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Edwin M. Lavino

business executive.

Edwin M. Lavino, business executive. Served as First lieutenant United States Quartermaster Corps., World War I.; Member Phi Kappa Psi.

Background

Lavino, Edwin M. was born on September 9, 1885 in Smyrna, Turkey. Son of Edward Joseph and Alma (Joly) Lavino.

Education

Student Lawrenceville (New Jersey) School, 1905. University of Pennsylvania, 1909.

Career

April 28, 1944; children—Edward Joseph, 2d, Constance Hunter, 2d (Mistress James E. Bell, Junior). Joined E. J. Lavino & Company, 1906, president, director, 1926-1958, chairman of the board, 1958-1967, honorary chairman, 1967-1976. Chairman, director Lavino Shipping Company, Lavino & Company, Inc., Rogers Brown Company, Lavino Refractories Company, Balsam Gap Company.

Chairman and director of Lavship of Baltimore, Inc., Chesapeake Operating Corporation, Hampton Rds. Operating Company; director Lavino (London) Ltd., Girard Trust Corn Exchange Bank. Philadelphia, Lehigh Valley Railroad Company Mayor of Longport, New Jersey, 1921-1943.

President board of trustees The Lawrenceville School Trustee, Germantown Academy, Philadelphia.

Membership

Served as First lieutenant United States Quartermaster Corps., World War I. Member Phi Kappa Psi. Clubs: Rittenhouse, Racquet, Union League, Art Alliance, Mask and Wig, Fourth St. (Philadelphia).

Connections

Married Constance Muller Hunter, June 23, 1925 (deceased. Children: Edward Joseph, 2d, Constance Hunter, 2d (Mistress.

father:
Edward Joseph Lavino

mother:
Alma (Joly) Lavino

spouse:
Constance Muller Hunter

children:
Edward Joseph Lavino

2d Lavino

Constance Hunter Lavino

2d (Mrs Lavino