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David Creighton Boyer

stockbroker

David Creighton Boyer, American stockbroker. President Active Young Republicans, New Castle County, 1958, Tower Hill School Home and School Association; board directors Child Guidance Center, Opportunity Center, Childrens Home; trustee Wilmington Friends School Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1952-1956. Member of Wilmington (Wilmington), Vicmead Hunt (Wilmington); Cap and Gown (Princeton, New Jersey).

Background

Boyer, David Creighton was born on October 1, 1930 in Wilmington, Delaware, United States. Son of John Walter and Eva (Hammond) Boyer.

Education

Bachelor magna cum laude, Princeton, 1952.

Career

Assistant secretary Wilmington Trust Company, 1956-1961. With Laird, Bissell & Meeds, Inc., Wilmington, 1961-1973, partner, vice president, 1965-1969, executive vice president, 1969-1970, president, 1970-1973. Senior vice president Dean Witter Reynolds Inc., Wilmington, since 1973.

Religion

Baptism should only be administered to individuals who are capable of understanding the true meaning of the rite and also capable of understanding faith.

Views

Every individual should try to be open to others and willing to be changed. Therefore, community members should meet regularly in order to open their hearts. Share their knowledge, thoughts and experience.

Membership

President Active Young Republicans, New Castle County, 1958, Tower Hill School Home and School Association. Board directors Child Guidance Center, Opportunity Center, Childrens Home. Trustee Wilmington Friends School Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1952-1956.

Member of Wilmington (Wilmington), Vicmead Hunt (Wilmington). Cap and Gown (Princeton, New Jersey).

Connections

Married Lydia Richards, June 3, 1953. Children– Margaret Selfridge, Amy Richards, David Creighton.

father:
John Walter Boyer

mother:
Eva (Hammond) Boyer

spouse:
Lydia Richards

children:
Margaret Selfridge Boyer

Amy Richards Boyer

David Creighton Boyer

Politics

Baptists should be faithful ambassadors of reconciliation in their personal relationships and local communities as they demonstrate the power of the Gospel to reconcile all persons in Christ.