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Robert Frederick Goldhammer

Robert Frederick Goldhammer, American investment banking executive.


  • Goldhammer, Robert Frederick was born on February 9, 1931 in New York City. Son of Frederick and Helen (Thompson) Goldhammer.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Economics, Boston University.


    • Registered representative Kidder, Peabody & Company, Boston, 1956-1963, vice president, director, manager New England, 1964-1979. Vice president, director national sales Charles River Breeding, New York City, Boston, since 1980. Director Charles River Breeding, Wilmington, Massachusetts, since 1968, Edgerton, Germeshauser, and Greer, Wellesley, Massachusetts, since 1981, Esterline Corporation, Darien, Connecticut, since 1974, Northland Investment, Wellesley, since 1973.


    Treasurer Governor's Management Task Force. Treasurer and director Massachusetts Commission Development Finance Corporation. Trustee Belmont Hill School, Boston University.

    Member presidential advisory committee on arts. Served to lieutenant (junior grade) United States Navy, 1952-1956. Member Boston Stock Exchange (chairman 1969-1972), New England Group Investent Bankers Association (chairman 1966-1967), Investment Bankers Association (board governors 1967) Clubs: Winchester Country (Massachusetts).

    Union of Boston; Commercial (Boston).


    • Married Joan Patricia Ditmars, January 31, 1953. Children: Susan Goldhammer Davis, Robert Kent, Richard Frederick.
    • father: Frederick Goldhammer
    • mother: Helen (Thompson) Goldhammer
    • spouse: Joan Patricia Ditmars
    • children: Susan Goldhammer Davis Goldhammer
    • Robert Kent Goldhammer
    • Richard Frederick Goldhammer
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    Born February 9, 1931
    • 1956 - 1963
      Registered representative Kidder
      Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1980
      vice president, national sales Charles River Breeding
      Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1980
      director, national sales Charles River Breeding
      Boston, Massachusetts, United States