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Harry J. Haas

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Harry J. Haas, American banker. Member American Bankers Association (president 1931-1932), American Institute Banking (honorary), Pennsylvania Bankers Association (president 1928), Association Reserve City Bankers (honorary, an organizer).

Background

Haas, Harry J. was born on January 20, 1879 in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of John and Elizabeth Haas.

Education

Graduate Wyoming Seminary and College of Business, Kingston, Pennsylvania graduate Evening School of Accounts and Finance, University of Pennsylvania, 1910. Graduate American Institute Banking, 1910.

Career

1 son, Joseph Sanders. Salesman and newspaper correspondent until 1902. Teller Berwick (Pennsylvania) National Bank, 1902-1903.

Assistant treasurer Berwick Savings & Trust Company, 1903-1907. Secretary and treasurer Farmers & Mechanics Trust Company, West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1907. With Merchants National Bank of Philadelphia (merged with First National Bank 1910) from 1908, assistant cahsier, 1908-1916, vice-president, director 1924-1944.

Past director director, vice president Philadelphia Bourse.

Works

  • Author: Golf Service for Caddies and Members.

Membership

Member American Bankers Association (president 1931-1932), American Institute Banking (honorary), Pennsylvania Bankers Association (president 1928), Association Reserve City Bankers (honorary, an organizer). Clubs: Bank Officers’ (honorary), Merion Cricket.

Connections

Married Rufie Watson Sanders, October 28, 1914.

father:
John Haas

mother:
Elizabeth Haas

spouse:
Rufie Watson Sanders