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Banker , economist

Brian Douglas Dittenhafer, American banker, economist. Temple University fellow, General Electric Foundation fellow Temple University.

Background

Dittenhafer, Brian Douglas was born on August 15, 1942 in York, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Nathaniel Webster and Evelyn Romaine (Myers) Dittenhafer.

Education

Bachelor, Ursinus College, 1964. Master of Arts, Temple University, 1966. Postgraduate, Temple University, 1967—1971.

Career

Personnel assistant Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, 1965—1966. Teaching assistant Temple University, 1966—1967, research associate, 1968—1969. Business economist Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, 1971—1976.

Vice president, chief economist Federal Home Loan Bank of New York, New York City, 1976—1979, senior vice president, Chief Financial Officer, 1979—1980, executive vice president, 1980—1985, president, 1985—1992, Collective Federal Savings Bank, 1992—1994, Collective Bancorp, 1992—1994. Chairman MBD Management Company, 1994—2008. Vice chairman Finance Institutions Thrift Plan, 1991-1992, chairman, 1992.

Trustee Finance Institutions Retirement Fund, 1985-1992, vice chairman, 1991, chairman, 1992. Board directors Investors Savings Bank, since 1997, board director Investors Bancorp, since 1997.

Membership

Board directors Social Compact, 1990-1999, secretary, 1995-1999. Member FNMA Foundation Advisory Group, 1994. Deacon Central Presbyterian Church, 1981-1984.

Board directors New York Council Economic Education, 1983-1989. Chairman Resolution Funding Corporation, 1989-1992. Member National Association Business Economists, Forecaster's Club New York (secretary-treasurer 1982-1984), Suntree Country Club (director, treasurer 2000-2003), Omicron Delta Epsilon.

Connections

Married Miriam Marcy, August 22, 1964.

father:
Nathaniel Webster Dittenhafer

mother:
Evelyn Romaine (Myers) Dittenhafer

spouse:
Miriam Marcy