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David Barnes Stone

David Barnes Stone, American investment advisor.

Background

  • Stone, David Barnes was born on September 2, 1927 in Brookline, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Robert Gregg and Bertha L. (Barnes).

  • Education

    • AB, Harvard, 1950; Master of Business Administration, Harvard, 1952. Doctor of Commercial Science (honorary), Suffolk University, 1969. Doctor of Laws, Northeastern University, 1974.

      Doctor of Humane Letters, Curry College, 1981.

    Career

    • Vice president Hayden, Stone Inc. (and predecessor), 1962-1965, chairman executive committee, 1965-1967. President North America Management Corporation, 1968-1978, chairman, since 1978.

      Director Massachusetts Finance Services Group of Mutual Funds, since 1989. President Stonetex Oil Corporation, Dallas, trustee, Eastern Enterprises.

    Membership

    President board trustees New England Aquarium, 1959-1970, chairman board trustees, 1970-1976. Board overseers Boys Club Boston, 1956-1961, treasurer, 1961-1967. Trustee Charles Hayden Foundation, 1966-1992, Wellesley College, vice chairman board, 1992-1995.

    Chairman Memorial Doctor Trust. Member Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution With United States Merchant Marines, 1945-1947. Member Investment Bankers Association (chairman New England group 1963, board governors 1964-1967) Clubs: Kittansett (Marion, Massachusetts).

    Country (Brookline, Mass).

    Connections

    • Son of; married Sara Cruikshank, June 16, 1951 (divorced July 1976). Children– David Stevenson, Benjamin Barnes, Peter Cruikshank, Jonathan Fitch, Andrew Hasbrouck. Married Ellen J. Desmond, February 16, 1980 (deceased December 1999).

      1 son, Daniel Desmond.
    • father: Robert Gregg Son
    • mother: Bertha L. (Barnes) Son
    • spouses: Sara Cruikshank
    • Ellen J. Desmond
    • children: David Stevenson Stone
    • Benjamin Barnes Stone
    • Peter Cruikshank Stone
    • Jonathan Fitch Stone
    • Andrew Hasbrouck Stone
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    Nationality
    • 1950
      Harvard
    • 1952
      Harvard
    • 1969
      Suffolk University
    • 1974
      Northeastern University
    • 1981
      Curry College
    • 1962 - 1965
      Vice president, Hayden
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