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James Everett Howe

James Everett Howe, American investment company executive. Recipient Finance award, Wall Street Journal, 1954.

Background

  • Howe, James Everett was born on March 30, 1930 in New York City. Son of Ernest Joseph and Gladys Montgomery (Sills) Howe.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Williams College, 1952. Master of Business Administration, Columbia University, 1954.

    Career

    • Statistician J.P. Morgan & Company, New York City, 1956-1959. Investment associate Morgan Guaranty Trust Company, 1959—1962, investment research officer, 1963—1965. Senior analyst Tri-Continental Corporation, 1965-1980.

      Assistant vice president, voting shareholder J&W Seligman & Company, 1980-1981. Chairman investment committee Charles Edison Fund, Newark, since 1981.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyterian

    Membership

    Trustee Brook Foundation, New York City, 1966-1972, Charles Edison Fund, since 1972. Board deacons Brick Presbyterian Church, New York City, 1963-1966. 1st lieutenant United States Air Force, 1954-1956, European Theatre of Operations.

    Member New York Society Security Analysts, Chartered Financial Analyst Institute, Machinery Analysts New York (charter, president 1967-1968), Environmental Control Analysts New York (charter, president 1975), Jamestowne Society, Princeton Company (charter, governor 1993-1994), Genesee Valley Club, Nassau Club, Alpha Kappa Psi.

    Personality

    Interests

    Photography.

    Connections

    • Married Judith DePuy Keating, May 9, 1959. Children: James E. Junior, David K.
    • father: Ernest Joseph Howe
    • mother: Gladys Montgomery (Sills) Howe
    • spouse: Judith DePuy Keating
    • children: James E. Junior Howe
    • David K. Howe
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    Born March 30, 1930
    Nationality
    • 1952
      Williams College
    • 1954
      Columbia University
    • 1956 - 1959
      Statistician J.P. Morgan & Company
    • 1965 - 1980
      senior, analyst Tri-Continental Corporation
    • 1980 - 1981
      assistant, vice president
    • 1981
      chairman, investment committee Charles Edison Fund
      Newark, Ohio, United States

    Award