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Howard A. Loeb

banker

Howard A. Loeb, American banker. member of board of managers Fife-Hamill Memorial Health Center for S.E. Philadelphia, Travelers Aid Society, Philadelphia Tuberculosis and Health Association; Member American Academy Political & Social Science, Academy Natural Sciences, Philadelphia Museum Art, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Old York Road History Society, History Society of Pennsylvania, Foreign Policy Association, Franklin Institute.

Background

Loeb, Howard A. was born on July 25, 1873 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of August B. and Mathilde (Adler) Loeb.

Education

Educated Friends Central School, Philadelphia. Bachelor of Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1893, Mechanical Engineering, 1894.

Career

Practiced engineering, 1894-1907, as officer and director Francis Brothers & Jellett, Inc. Became vice president Tradesmens National Bank, Philadelphia, 1907, elected president, 1915, and on merger with Guarantee Trust & Safe Deposit Company and Chelten Trust Company, 1928, elected chairman Tradesmens Land Title Bank and Trust Company, 1953. Director Tradesmens Bank & Trust Company.

Director South Chester corporation, South Chester Tube Company, Chester Tidewater Terminal, Incorporated, Horn & Hardart Company, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company (Pennsylvania advisory board). The Warner Company (Philadelphia). Director Philadelphia Clearing House Association, 1941-1949 (president).

Membership

Member of board of managers Fife-Hamill Memorial Health Center for S.E. Philadelphia, Travelers Aid Society, Philadelphia Tuberculosis and Health Association. Member American Academy Political & Social Science, Academy Natural Sciences, Philadelphia Museum Art, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Old York Road History Society, History Society of Pennsylvania, Foreign Policy Association, Franklin Institute. Clubs: Down Town, Midday, Bank Officers’, Locust (Philadelphia).

Club: Bankers (New York).

Connections

father:
August B. Loeb

mother:
Mathilde (Adler) Loeb