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Charles Zane Henkle

Charles Zane Henkle, American banker. Awarded Silver Star, Purple Heart, Army Commendation ribbon. Served as First lieutenant, 166th Infantry, captain, 359th Infantry, Advertising Educational Foundation, 1917-1919; Member American Banking Institute, Military Order World War, American Legion.

Background

  • Henkle, Charles Zane was born on August 16, 1892 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of William H. and Mary F. (Zane) Henkle.

  • Education

    • Student Cornell Univercity, 1911-1912.

    Career

    • 1 son, Charles Zane (deceased). Solicitor, Commonwealth Edison Company, Chicago, 1912-1913. Div. contract agent Public Service Company of Northern Illinois, Evanton.

      Illinois, 1914-1915; salesman Counselman & Company, investment bankers, Chicago, 1916-1917, Illinois Trust & Savings Bank, Chicago, 1920-1921. Municpal buyer, bond department Merchants Loan & Trust Company, 1922. Corporation buyer, bond department Illinois Merchants Trust Company, 1923-1929.

      2d vice president Continental Illinois Company, 1929-1932. 2d vice president Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Company, 1932-1940, vice president since 1941.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Served as First lieutenant, 166th Infantry, captain, 359th Infantry, Advertising Educational Foundation, 1917-1919. Member American Banking Institute, Military Order World War, American Legion. Clubs: Union League (president 1946-1947), Commercial, Exmoore Country, Bankers, Caxton.

    Connections

    • Married Rita J. Guignon, November 11, 1922.
    • father: William H. Henkle
    • mother: Mary F. (Zane) Henkle
    • spouse: Rita J. Guignon
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    Born August 16, 1892
    Died October 3, 1949
    (aged 57)
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