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William P. Tucker

William P. Tucker, American lawyer, author, lecturer. Bar: New York 1962, Florida 1980, United States District Court (eastern district) New York 1963, United States District Court (southern district) New York, 1963, United States Circuit Court (2d circuit) Illinois, 1963.


  • Tucker, William P. was born on January 26, 1932 in Kingston, New York, United States. Son of Philip and Mary (McGowan) Tucker.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Hunter College, 1958. Juris Doctor, St. John's University, 1962.


    • Associate Mendes & Mount, New York City, 1962-1963. Partner Cullen and Dykman, Brooklyn and Garden City, New York, Washington, Newark, Hauppauge, 1963-1998, Golden, Wexler & Sarnese, Garden City/Purchase/S.I., 1963—1998. Private practice, since 1999.

      Former general counsel Broadway National Bank, Wartburg Lutheran Services, Lutheran Center for the Aging, Martin Luther Territory Apartments, Inc., Interfaith Medical Center, Brooklyn Hospital, Flushing Hospital, Roosevelt Savings Bank, Olympian Bank, GreenPoint Bank, Ridgewood Savings Bank, Atlantic Liberty Savings, Field Artillery, Bethpage Federal Credit Union, Municipal Credit Union, Lincoln Savings Bank, Brooklyn Savings Bank, Metropolitan Savings Bank, Crossland Savings Bank, Bushwick Savings Bank, Anchor Savings Bank, Episcopalian Diocese Long Island, St. John's Episcopalian Hospital, Brooklyn, Rockaway, Smithtown, Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Brooklyn Business Association. Former special counsel OCI Mortgage Corporation, Bank of New York, J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, Fleet Bank, Kraft Credit Union, Apple Bank for Savings, Barclays Bank of New York. Chairman board directors Broadway National Bank.

      Co-owner Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Northwest League baseball team. Former part owner Norwich Navigators Eastern League baseball team. Former vice president, Northwest Professional Baseball League.

      Board directors Brooklyn Sportsplex, Inc. Member World War II veterans history committee Library. of Congress. Researcher United States Assassination Archives.

      Lecturer John F Kennedy Assassination. Served G-2 Air Intelligence United States Army, Korean War Veteran.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: New York 1962, Florida 1980, United States District Court (eastern district) New York 1963, United States District Court (southern district) New York, 1963, United States Circuit Court (2d circuit) Illinois, 1963.


    • Dp or Billy and Jerry in the Promised Land
    • Minor League Baseball: The unlikely event of Jerry Walker, a real estate magnate from Everett, Washington, and Bill Tucker, a lawyer from Brooklyn, New York meeting and becoming partners in the ownership of a minor league baseball team is miraculous in itself.


    Past member Selective Service Board 33. Past president St. Vincent Ferrer Home School Association. Delegate Diocesan Union Holy Name Societies.

    Member council St. John's University. Member council of regents St. Francis College, Brooklyn. Board directors Faith Home Foundation, St. Joseph's College.

    Former member Brooklyn Bar Association. Member American College Real Estate Lawyers(retired), New York State Bar Association (real estate section executive committee member), Florida Bar Association, Savings Banks Lawyers Association Brooklyn (president), Suffolk County Bar Association, Savings Bank Association New York State (law committee), Brooklyn Municipal Club (president), Knight of Malta, Long Island Authors Group, Suffolk County Arthritis Foundation Telethon (co host), Autism Foundation (board member), Appeared National television Brain Injury Connection Razor Commercial.


    • Married Dolores F. Beaudoin, June 10, 1961. Children: Andrew M., Thomas B., Mary A.
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    Born January 26, 1932
    • 1958
      Hunter College
    • 1962
      St. John's University
    • 1962 - 1963
      Associate, Mendes & Mount
    • 1963 - 1998
      partner, Cullen and Dykman
      Newark, Ohio, United States
    • 1963 - 1998
      partner, Cullen and Dykman
      Golden, Colorado, United States
    • 1999
      private practice