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Donald Seymour Tuttle

Donald Seymour Tuttle, business executive. Member Young Men's Christian Association Ordnance Dept, Army of the United States, 1917-1919; Second lieutenant Ordnance Reserves, 1919-1924. Member of the Chamber of Commerce (former director and treasurer), Yale Club, Grolier Club (New York City); Elizabethan Club, Graduates Club (New Haven).

Background

  • Tuttle, Donald Seymour was born on February 4, 1890 in Naugatuck, Connecticut, United States. Son of Howard Beecher and Jeannette Phelps (Seymour) Tuttle.

  • Education

    • Graduate, Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, Connecticut, 1909. Bachelor of Philosophy, Sheffield Science School, Yale University, 1912.

    Career

    • Chairman Naugatuck Water Company (until merger with other companies to become Connecticut Water Company). Director, chairman board Naugatuck National Bank (merged with Colonial Trust Company), 1957. Director, trust committee Colonial Trust Company, 1957-1959, Citizens and Manufacturers Bank and Trust Company, from 1959.

      Associate director Colonial Bank and Trust Company, from 1959. Board directors, member executive committee Risdon Manufacturing Company, Naugatuck, Eastern Malleable Iron Company. Trustee and executive committee Naugatuck Savings Bank.

    Membership

    Member Young Men's Christian Association Ordnance Dept, Army of the United States, 1917-1919. Second lieutenant Ordnance Reserves, 1919-1924. Member of the Chamber of Commerce (former director and treasurer), Yale Club, Grolier Club (New York City).

    Elizabethan Club, Graduates Club (New Haven).

    Connections

    • Married Rachel Dinsmore, March 1, 1917. Children: Donald Seymour, Charles Dinsmore, Mary Ann Tuttle Carley.
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    • 1909
      Hotchkiss School
    • 1912
      Sheffield Science School
    • 1957
      director, board Naugatuck National Bank (merged with Colonial Trust Company)
    • 1957
      chairman, board Naugatuck National Bank (merged with Colonial Trust Company)
    • 1957 - 1959
      director