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investment banker

Frederic Halsted Hahn, American investment banker. Served as Lieutenant (junior grade), Flying Corps, United States Navy 1917-1919.; Member Dallas Cotton Exchange, Chicago Board Trade, Early and Pioneer Naval Aviators Association, Psi Upsilon.

Background

Hahn, Frederic Halsted was born on July 7, 1896 in New York City. Son of William Eugene and Caroline (Watkins) Hahn.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Wesleyan University, 1919.

Career

Salesman, Printers Ink Public Company, 1919-1922, Curtis Public Company, 1922-1925. Vice president Percy Gardner Corporation, 1925-1927. Partner Dewey Bacon & Company, Bacon Stevenson & Company, 1927-1934.

Partner Goodbody & Company. New York City, 1935-1970, Executive Committee, director production unit div., 1953-1965, special partner, 1965-1970. Director Pancake Kitchens, Inc.

Treasurer, board directors Marcus Goodbody Foundation, 1952-1965.

Membership

Served as Lieutenant (junior grade), Flying Corps, United States Navy 1917-1919. Member Dallas Cotton Exchange, Chicago Board Trade, Early and Pioneer Naval Aviators Association, Psi Upsilon. Clubs: St. Andrews Golf (Hastings, New York).

Connections

Married Marylee Nally, October 4, 1919. Children: Frederic Halsted, William N., Lee Ann (Mistress.

father:
William Eugene Hahn

mother:
Caroline (Watkins) Hahn

spouse:
Marylee Nally

children:
Frederic Halsted Hahn

William N. Hahn

Lee Ann (Mrs Hahn