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Alan Bruce Kahn

Alan Bruce Kahn, American real estate development and construction executive. Recipient (with wife) Lyre award City of Columbia, 1978, Order of Palmetto Sate of South Carolina, 1988, State of Israel Bonds award, 1988, Distinguished Service award Columbia Jewish Federation.


  • Kahn, Alan Bruce was born on April 15, 1940 in Columbia, South Carolina, United States. Son of Irwin and Katie Kahn.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in History, Duke University, 1962. Master of Business Administration in Finance, George Washington University, 1965.


    • President Kahn Devel Company, Columbia, since 1968. Vice president secretary Bachelor of Medicine Kahn Construction Company, Inc., Columbus, since 1968, chairman, 1990. Member advisory board North Carolina National Bank/South Carolina, Columbia, since 1970, chairman, 1996.


    Board directors Columbia Area Mental Health Center, 1968-1972, 74-78, chairman 1971. Secretary advisory board directors Providence Hospital, Columbia, 1973-1980. Board directors Columbia Jewish Community Center, History Columbia Foundation, 1974-1978, Salvation Army, 1983-1985, Friends of Richland County Public Library., 1981-1984, Columbia Philharmonic Orchestra, 1970-1978, South Carolina Arts Foundation, 1974-1976.

    Trustee Columbia Museum Art and Science, 1982-1985. Board directors Columbia Jewish Federation, since 1982, treasurer 1982-1983, 88—, Second vice president, 1984, chairman endowment, 1985-1989, president-elect, 1990, president since 1993. Member partnership board University South Carolina School Medicine, since 1985, vice president since 1992.

    Member B'nai B'rith (Community Leadership award 1982).



    Tennis, skiing, music.


    • Married Charlotte Segelbaum, February 28, 1965: children: Kevin A., Monique B., Charles B.
    • father: Irwin Kahn
    • mother: Katie Kahn
    • spouse: Charlotte Segelbaum
    • children: Kevin A. Kahn
    • Monique B. Kahn
    • Charles B. Kahn
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    • 1962
      Duke University
    • 1965
      George Washington University
    • 1968
      President, Kahn Devel Company
      Columbia, Missouri, United States