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Earle Williams Stamm

Earle Williams Stamm, American bank executive. Served with Quartermaster Corps., United States Army, 1917-1919.; Member Connecticut Safe Deposit Association (president 1929-1930), Connecticut Bankers Association (president 1928-1929), New London Chamber of Commerce (president).

Background

  • Stamm, Earle Williams was born on June 30, 1894 in Norwich, Connecticut, United States. Son of Charles Sebastist., 1919-1921.

  • Education

    • Chief bank examiner State of Connecticut, 1921-1924. Vice president, cashier, trust officer National Bank of Commerce, New London, Connecticut, 1924, president, 1939 (bank merged with Hartford National Bank & Trust Company). Senior vice president Hartford National Bank & Trust Company, 1953-1959.

      Director Day Publishing Company, Whiton Machine Company (New London), New London Building & Loan Association Board of directors Lawrence & Memorial Association Hosps. Treasurer, trustee Connecticut College for Women. Connecticut State Advisory Committee Reconstruction Finance Corporation.

    Career

    • Chief bank examiner State of Conn. Director Day Publishing Company, Whiton Machine Company (New London), New London Bldg. Bankers Association (pres.

    Religion

    Denomination: Baptist

    Membership

    Served with Quartermaster Corps., United States Army, 1917-1919. Member Connecticut Safe Deposit Association (president 1929-1930), Connecticut Bankers Association (president 1928-1929), New London Chamber of Commerce (president).

    Connections

    • father: Charles Sebastist. Stamm
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    Died June 4, 1963
    (aged 68)
    Nationality