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John Osmon Stubbs

John Osmon Stubbs, American investment banker.

Background

  • Stubbs, John Osmon was born on January 19, 1898 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Son of Osmon B. and Edith (Williams) Stubbs.

  • Education

    • Graduate Phillips Andover Academy, 1917. Bachelor of Science, Harvard, 1921.

    Career

    • With Lee Higginson & Company, 1921-1932, Lee Higginson Corporation, 1932-1934. Vice president Whiting, Weeks & Knowles, 1934-1938. Partner Whiting, Weeks & Stubbs, 1939-1952.

      Managing partner F. S. Mosley & Company, Boston, 1953-1969, limited partner, 1969-1972. Member corporation Dedham Institution for Savings. Member corporation and member board of managers Greater Boston Charitable Trust, Inc.

      Member corporation Provident Institution for Savings in Town of Boston.

    Membership

    Member corporation United Community Services, Massachusetts General Hospital Governor Boston Stock Exchange, 1950-1955, New York Stock Exchange, 1954-1957. Chairman victory fund committee 1st Federal Reserve District, World World War World War II. Member Investment Bankers Association (past vice president), National Association Securities Dealers (past governor), National Association Health, Edition and Welfare (past vice president), Massachusetts Horticultural Society (vice president.

    Club: Somerset (Boston).

    Connections

    • Married Vera Howell, June 20, 1945.
    • father: Osmon B. Stubbs
    • mother: Edith (Williams) Stubbs
    • spouse: Vera Howell
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    Born January 19, 1898
    Died October 23, 1972
    (aged 74)
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