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Ernest Ingold

Ernest Ingold, business executive. Decorated Order of the Crown of Oak (Luxembourg); recipient Silver Keystone award Boys Clubs American. Member San San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. (president 1943), United States Chamber of Commerce (director 1945), California Bar Association; member Better Business Bureau (president 1942), Phi Delta Theta.

Background

  • Ingold, Ernest was born on March 26, 1885 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Arthur Johnson and Maggie (Thompson) Ingold.

  • Education

    • Graduate Lawrence Academy, Appleton, Wisconsin, 1904. Lawrence College, 1904-1906. Bachelor of Science in Mech.

      Engineering, University of Illinois, 1909.

    Career

    • 1 son, Ernest II, married 2d, Mistress D. LaMar Christy, April 21, 1961. President Ernest Ingold, Inc. (holding company); president Ernest Ingold Company, automobile dealer, San Francisco, 1933-1957.

      Vice president Ernest Ingold Investment Company, 1955-1961. Advising committee Crocker-Anglo California National Bank. Director World Trade Center.

      Mayor of Hillsborough, California, 1943-1960. Director of Boys Clubs American. Chairman and director San Francisco Boys club.

      Trustee University of Illinois Foundation, Ernest Ingold Charitable Trust, San Francisco Boys Club Endowment, Rotary Foundation San Francisco.

    Works

    • Author: Tales of a Peddler, 1942. The House in Mallorca, 1952.

    Membership

    Member San San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. (president 1943), United States Chamber of Commerce (director 1945), California Bar Association. Member Better Business Bureau (president 1942), Phi Delta Theta.

    Clubs: Electric, Bohemian (San Francisco).

    Connections

    • Married Gene Cox, November 21, 1911 (deceased June 1958).
    • father: Arthur Johnson Ingold
    • mother: Maggie (Thompson) Ingold
    • spouse: Gene Cox
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    Born March 26, 1885
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