Carl Hallack Chatters Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Kalamazoo (Michigan) College, 1919. Student University of Chicago, 1919-1920. Doctor of Laws, Kalamazoo College, 1943.
One daughter, Elizabeth Fay (Mistress Charles W. Carman). Assistant city auditor, Flint, Michigan, 1920-1923, city auditor, 1923-1929, director of finance, 1929-1931. Director Municipal Advisory Council of Michigan, 1931-1932.
Executive director Municipal Finance Officers Association United States and Canada 1932-1945. Professor municipal administration and finance Northwestern University, 1947-1948. Executive director American Municipal Association, 1948-1954.
City comptroller City Chicago, 1955-1960. Chief, public finance branch Office Military Government for Germany, 1946. Consultant, State Department, Germany, 1950.
Comptroller, The Port of New York Authority, 1946. Member Federal Water Pollution Control advisory board, 1951-1952. Ex-offico board of trustees The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, since 1955.
Member of the United States Bureau Census Advisory Committee on Statistics of State and Local Government, since 1958. Member of the board of trustees Kalamazoo College, Honorary life. Member Michigan Municipal League (honorary life), National Tax Association, Tax Institute, American Political Science Association, National Institute Municipal Clerks.
(honorary life; Member Baptist Church. Club: Builders (Chicago).
Married Gladys M. Weller, June 21, 1923.