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George Rowatt Peacock was American life insurance company executive. Decorated Purple Heart.


Peacock, George Rowatt was born on August 27, 1923 in Lakeland, Florida, United States. Son of Robert and Annie Keane (Rowatt) Peacock.


Bachelor of Arts, University Florida, 1948;postgraduate, U. Florida, 1948-1949;postgraduate, U. North Carolina, 1949-1950, 51;postgraduate, Indiana U., summers 1966, 67.


With, Equitable Life Assurance Society United States, 1952-1988;vice president, head real estate department, Equitable Life Assurance Society United States, New York City, 1974-1977;senior vice president, head equities sector, Equitable Life Assurance Society United States, 1977-1980;senior vice president, head real estate sector, Equitable Life Assurance Society United States, 1980-1984;chairman, chief executive, Equitable Real Estate Investment Management, Inc., 1984-1988;president, chief Executive officer, Carluke Inc., since 1988. Past president Planters Redevelopment Corporation, St. Louis, 1984-1987. Trustee Equitable Life Mortgage & Realty Investors, 1981-1983.

Board directors E.Q.K. Realty Investors, Arbor Properties Trust (formerly E.Q.K. Green Acres). Emeritus member of advisory Board of Governors Wharton Real Estate Center, University of Pennsylvania, since 1985.


  • Other Work

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Trustee Urban Land Institute, 1982-1988. Board directors Urban Land Foundation, since 1994. Board of Governors Control Atlanta Progress, 1984-1986.

With United States Army Air Force, 1942-1945, with United States Air Force, 1950-1951. Member American Society Real Estate Counselors, Urban Land Institute, British American Property Investment Council, American Institute Real Estate Appraisers, Real Estate Board New York (past governor), Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Gamma Delta.


Married Virginia Jenkins, June 7, 1952. 1 child, Robert George.

Robert Peacock

Annie Keane (Rowatt) Peacock

Virginia Jenkins

Robert George Peacock