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Samuel Milligan

Samuel Milligan, Irish insurance executive. Served as Lieutenant C.A.C., United States Army, World War I; Fellow Actuarial Society American (now Society Actuaries), Casualty Actrarial Society; member Actuarial Society American (member of council), Home Office Life Underwriters Association, Home Office Veterans (president 1935-1939).; Club: New York Athletic.

Background

  • Milligan, Samuel was born on May 12, 1887 in Londonderry, Ireland. Son of James and Martha Milligan.

  • Education

    • Student Foyle College, Londonderry.

    Career

    • Came to the United States, 1906. Clerk, bookkeeper audit div. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, 1906-1911, actuarial div., 1911-1920, assistant actuary, 1920-1926, 3d vice president charge ordinary department, 1926-1936, 2d vice president, 1936-1944, vice president, 1944-1951, administrative vice president, 1951-1953, senior vice-president, director, since 1953.

    Membership

    Served as Lieutenant C.A.C., United States Army, World War I. Fellow Actuarial Society American (now Society Actuaries), Casualty Actrarial Society. Member Actuarial Society American (member of council), Home Office Life Underwriters Association, Home Office Veterans (president 1935-1939).

    Club: New York Athletic.

    Connections

    • father: James Milligan
    • mother: Martha Milligan
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    Born March 12, 1887
    Died August 8, 1965
    (aged 78)
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