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Charles Francis Hemenway

investment banker.

Charles Francis Hemenway, American investment banker. Served to ensign United States Navy Reserve, 1917-1919.; Member Psi Upsilon.

Background

Hemenway, Charles Francis was born on April 10, 1890 in Auburn, New York, United States. Son of Charles C. and Ida E. (Shackelford) Hemenway.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Hamilton College, 1910.

Career

Salesman, manager Chicago officer Smith & Hemenway Company, tool manufacturers, 1912-1926. Manager Chicago office Utica Drop Forge & Tool Company, 1926-1928. Salesman Illinois Merchants.

Bank & Trust Company (merger Continental Illinois Company), Chicago, 1928-1933. An organizer, vice president Illinois Company, Inc., Chicago, 1933-1962, Chairman of the Board, 1962-1972, chairman emeritus, 1972-1976. Alderman 1st ward, Evanston, Illinois, 1943-1955.

Board of directors, president Scholarship Fund Foundation, 1952-1966, Chairman of the Board, 1966-1972, chairman emeritus, 1972-1976. Life trustee Hamilton College. Trustee Evanston Schools, 1956-1976.

Membership

Served to ensign United States Navy Reserve, 1917-1919. Member Psi Upsilon.; Clubs: Union League, University, Bond, Municipal Bond (president 1949) (Chicago).

Connections

Married Eleanor Lord, April. Children: Anne (Mistress.

father:
Charles C. Hemenway

mother:
Ida E. (Shackelford) Hemenway

spouse:
Eleanor Lord

child:
Anne (Mrs Hemenway