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Carl Herman Ellingson

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Carl Herman Ellingson, American banker. member Washington Board Trade.

Background

Ellingson, Carl Herman was born on September 26, 1883 in Willmar, Minnesota, United States. Son of Elling and Sigrid (Christopherson) Ellingson.

Education

Graduate Willmar Seminary, 1903.

Career

Admitted to the Washington State bar, 1916. Comptroller and financial secretary, War Prisoners’ Aid Work, Berne, Switzerland, 1918-1919. In charge of commissary department, British Army of Occupation, Egypt and Palestine, 1919-1920.

Public accountant, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1920-1922. Organizer, Minnesota Building and Loan Association (now Minnesota Federal Savings & Loan Association), St. Paul, 1922, director, 1926-1933. Assistant general manager of savings and loan divison, Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Washington, 1933-1937.

Organizer, manager president, First Federal Savings & Loan Association, Washington, 1937-1951. Organizer, 1955, since president, director National: Security Savings, Bethesda, Maryland. Member Washington Board Trade.

Works

  • Author: Manual of Office Administration, 1944. Federal Savings and Loan Assns., Their Strength and Weakness, 1952. Contributor articles on finance to mags.

Membership

Member Washington Board Trade.

Connections

Married Lady Marguerite F. Brereton.

father:
Elling Ellingson

mother:
Sigrid (Christopherson) Ellingson

spouse:
Lady Marguerite F. Brereton.