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Theodore Alfred Sick

Theodore Alfred Sick, American life insurance executive. Recipient Builder’s award University Nebraska, Distinguished Service medal Kiwanis Club. Member County Real Estate Classification and Reappraisal Committee, 1951; member Victory Loan drives, World World War II; Member American Life Convention (investment law committee 1944-1945, chairman resolutions committee 1947,; Mason (Shriner).; Club: University Country (past president) (Lincoln).

Background

  • Sick, Theodore Alfred was born on September 14, 1897 in Fontanelle, Nebraska, United States. Son of Christian and Mary A. (Sprick) Sick.

  • Education

    • Graduate Lincoln School Commerce, 1916.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Sandra Nadine. Began as clerk Security Mutual Life Insurance Company, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1917, cashier, 1920-1927, vice president, treasurer, 1928-1942, director, 1937-1978, president, 1943-1963, chairman, 1963-1978, director 1st National Bank & Trust Company.

    Religion

    Denomination: Conglist

    Membership

    Member County Real Estate Classification and Reappraisal Committee, 1951. Member Victory Loan drives, World World War II. Member American Life Convention (investment law committee 1944-1945, chairman resolutions committee 1947.

    Mason (Shriner).; Club: University Country (past president) (Lincoln).

    Connections

    • Married Mary J. Patton, December 25, 1920.
    • father: Christian Sick
    • mother: Mary A. (Sprick) Sick
    • spouse: Mary J. Patton
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    Born September 14, 1897
    Died August 7, 1978
    (aged 80)
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