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Savings and loan executive

Albert Carl Bottin, American savings and loan executive.

Background

Bottin, Albert Carl was born on April 21, 1921 in Pekin, Illinois, United States. Son of Dietrich Carl and Emma Mary (Winters) Bottin.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Illinois, 1947.

Career

With Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Peoria, Illinois, 1947-1951. With American Savings and Loan Association, Pekin, 1951-1984, president, 1969-1984, also director. Executive vice president Olympic Federal, since 1984.

Director Bank for Savings and Loan Associations, Chicago, 1967-1982, vice chairman board, 1970-1972.

Membership

Treasurer Pekin United Fund, 1966-1968. Board directors Everett M. Dirksen Congressional Leadership Research Center, since 1977, Pekin Community Concert Association Served with United States Army, 1942-1946. Member American Savings and Loan Institute Greater Peoria (vice president 1972-1973, president 1973-1974), United States Savings and Loan League, Illinois Savings and Loan League (personnel and education committee 1964-1982, chairman Career Development School 1983-1984), United States Chamber of Commerce, Illinois Chamber of Commerce (education committee 1968-1982), Pekin Chamber of Commerce (director 1972-1975), American Legion, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Alpha Chi.

Clubs: Masons, Shriners, Rotary (president local chapter 1972-1973), Pekin Country (board governors 1968-1970).

Connections

Married Marilyn Myers, October 20, 1951. Children: Carolyn Jane, Linda Kay.

father:
Dietrich Carl Bottin

mother:
Emma Mary (Winters) Bottin

spouse:
Marilyn Myers

children:
Carolyn Jane Bottin

Linda Kay Bottin