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Charles Zane Henkle

banker

Charles Zane Henkle, American banker. Awarded Silver Star, Purple Heart, Army Commendation ribbon. Served as First lieutenant, 166th Infantry, captain, 359th Infantry, Advertising Educational Foundation, 1917-1919; Member American Banking Institute, Military Order World War, American Legion.

Background

Henkle, Charles Zane was born on August 16, 1892 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of William H. and Mary F. (Zane) Henkle.

Education

Student Cornell Univercity, 1911-1912.

Career

1 son, Charles Zane (deceased). Solicitor, Commonwealth Edison Company, Chicago, 1912-1913. Div. contract agent Public Service Company of Northern Illinois, Evanton.

Illinois, 1914-1915; salesman Counselman & Company, investment bankers, Chicago, 1916-1917, Illinois Trust & Savings Bank, Chicago, 1920-1921. Municpal buyer, bond department Merchants Loan & Trust Company, 1922. Corporation buyer, bond department Illinois Merchants Trust Company, 1923-1929.

2d vice president Continental Illinois Company, 1929-1932. 2d vice president Continental Illinois National Bank & Trust Company, 1932-1940, vice president since 1941.

Membership

Served as First lieutenant, 166th Infantry, captain, 359th Infantry, Advertising Educational Foundation, 1917-1919. Member American Banking Institute, Military Order World War, American Legion. Clubs: Union League (president 1946-1947), Commercial, Exmoore Country, Bankers, Caxton.

Connections

Married Rita J. Guignon, November 11, 1922.

father:
William H. Henkle

mother:
Mary F. (Zane) Henkle

spouse:
Rita J. Guignon