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Lawyer , Financial executive

Edmund Charles Grainger,, American lawyer, financial executive. President, trustee Gillroy Foundation, New York City, 1957, Vogel Foundation, New York City, 1985, Rohauer Foundation, New York City, since 1990; mayor City of Rye, 1966-1973. Member American Bar Association, Association Bar New York City, Westchester County Bar Association, Apawamis Club (board directors, president), American Yacht Club, Union League, Yale Club, Ekwanok Club.

Background

Grainger,, Edmund Charles was born on December 4, 1922 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Edmund C. and Mary E. (Kelleher) Grainger.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Georgetown University, 1943;Juris Doctor, Yale University, 1945;postgraduate, New York University.

Career

Associate attorney, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, New York City, 1945-1950;associate attorney, O'Brien, Driscoll & Raftery, New York City, 1950-1953;special assistant to the United States Attorney General, Tax Division, Department Justice, Washington, 1953-1955;partner, Raftery Grainger Rosenbloom & Drew, New York City, since 1955;chairman, Village Savings Bank, Rye, New York, since 1974;chairman, Chief Executive Officer,, Village Finance Superior vena cava syndrome, Rye, New York, since 1989. Assistant judge City of Rye.

Membership

President, trustee Gillroy Foundation, New York City, 1957, Vogel Foundation, New York City, 1985, Rohauer Foundation, New York City, since 1990. Mayor City of Rye, 1966-1973. Member American Bar Association, Association Bar New York City, Westchester County Bar Association, Apawamis Club (board directors, president), American Yacht Club, Union League, Yale Club, Ekwanok Club.

Connections

Married Virginia Rocke, June 26, 1948. Children: Edmund III, Arthur Jeffrey, Janet Thompson, Kathryn.

father:
Edmund C. Grainger,

mother:
Mary E. (Kelleher) Grainger,

spouse:
Virginia Rocke

children:
Edmund III Grainger,

Arthur Jeffrey Grainger,

Janet Thompson Grainger,

Kathryn Grainger,