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Charles Worthington Hoff

Charles Worthington Hoff, American banker. Member of advisory board Mercy Hospital; Served as Second lieutenant Field Artillery, United States Army, World War I.; Member Society of Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars, Newcomen Society of England.

Background

  • Hoff, Charles Worthington was born on April 6, 1898 in Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. Son of Charles Worthington and Violet Hand (Browne) Hoff.

  • Education

    • Educated Marstons University School. Bachelor of Laws, University Maryland, 1925.

    Career

    • Clerk Union Trust Company Maryland, 1915, assistant secretary-treasurer 1923, treasurer and assistant section 1924, vice president, treasurer and assistant secretary, 1926, 1927, vice president, 1927-1947, president, 1947-1959, chairman board directors, since 1959. Director Crown Central Petroleum Company, Maryland Life Insurance Company of Baltimore, Fidelity & Deposit Company, Provident Savings Bank.

    Membership

    Member of advisory board Mercy Hospital. Served as Second lieutenant Field Artillery, United States Army, World War I. Member Society of Sons of the Revolution, Society of Colonial Wars, Newcomen Society of England.

    Clubs: Bachelors Cotillon, Elkridge Kennels, Maryland, Merchants, Rotary.

    Connections

    • Married Sarah Durant Yearley, January 26, 1932. Children: Charles Worthington, Alexander Yearley.
    • father: Charles Worthington Hoff
    • mother: Violet Hand (Browne) Hoff
    • spouse: Sarah Durant Yearley
    • children: Charles Worthington Hoff
    • Alexander Yearley Hoff
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    Born April 6, 1898
    Died August 9, 1965
    (aged 67)
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