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Max Levine

Max Levine was American stockbroker, investment banker, pharmacist. Member of Reserve Officers Association, Mensa, Knights of Pythias.

Background

  • Levine, Max was born on July 5, 1920 in New York City. Son of Isidor and Tillie Levine.

  • Education

    • Student, City College of New York, 1937—1939. Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Columbia University, 1949.

    Career

    • Pharmaceutical sales representative Ayerst Laboratories, Ampere-hour Robins, New York City, 1953—1958. Executive Dram Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 1959—1972. Stockbroker Edwards & Hanley and Sherman, Fitzpatrick & Company, 1970—1982.

      President Berine Enterprises, Ltd., Roslyn, New York, since 1983. Former vice president, director Medi-Waste, Inc., West Babylon, New York. Lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945, lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1951-1953, European Theatre of Operations, PTO, Republic of Korea, lieutenant colonel United States Air Force Reserve, retired.

    Membership

    Member of Reserve Officers Association, Mensa, Knights of Pythias.

    Connections

    • Married Maxine Hefler Hubbs, December 28, 1979.
    • father: Isidor Levine
    • mother: Tillie Levine
    • spouse: Maxine Hefler Hubbs
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    Born July 5, 1920
    Nationality
    • 1949
      Columbia University
    • 1953 - 1958
      Pharmaceutical sales representative Ayerst Laboratories
    • 1959 - 1972
      executive, Dram Pharmaceuticals