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James V. Young

James V. Young, American real estate development finance executive. Named State Champion Squash Doubles Massachusetts Squash Racquet Association, Boston, 1974. Trustee Wheelock College, Boston, since 1984; director Friends of Physician organization Square, Boston, since 1983; trustee Boston Public Library, 1980-1984; Member national Realty Committee (director Washington, since 1982) Clubs: Harvard of Boston.

Background

  • Young, James V. was born on July 1, 1941 in Clifton Springs, New York, United States. Son of George Adelbert and Emily Robinson (Worden) Young.

  • Education

    • AB, Harvard University, 1963. Master of Business Administration, Harvard University, 1965.

    Career

    • Assistant to general manager Brigham's, Inc., Watertown, Massachusetts, 1965-1967. Special assistant Office of Mayor, Boston, 1970-1973. Treasurer City of Boston, 1974-1978, deputy mayor, 1977-1980.

      Executive vice president Cabot, Cabot & Forbes, since 1980. Consultant, 1967-1970. Director Masco, Inc., Boston, 1985.

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyterian

    Membership

    Trustee Wheelock College, Boston, since 1984. Director Friends of Physician organization Square, Boston, since 1983. Trustee Boston Public Library, 1980-1984.

    Member national Realty Committee (director Washington, since 1982) Clubs: Harvard of Boston.

    Connections

    • Married Judith Wilbur Houghton. 1 child, Jocelyn.
    • father: George Adelbert Young
    • mother: Emily Robinson (Worden) Young
    • spouse: Judith Wilbur Houghton
    • child: Jocelyn Young
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    Nationality
    • 1963
      Harvard University
    • 1965
      Harvard University
    • 1965 - 1967
      Assistant, to general manager Brigham's
      Watertown, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1967 - 1970
      consultant
    • 1970 - 1973
      special assistant, Office of Mayor
      Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    • 1974 - 1978
      treasurer, City of Boston
    • 1977 - 1980
      treasurer, City of Boston
    • 1980
      executive, vice president Cabot