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James Everett Howe

investment company executive

James Everett Howe, American Investment company executive. Chartered finance analyst. Recipient finance award Wall Street Journal, 1954.


Howe, James Everett was born on March 30, 1930 in New York City. Son of Ernest Joseph and Gladys Montgomery (Sills) Howe.


Bachelor, Williams College, 1952. Master of Business Administration, Columbia University, 1954.


Statistician, J.P. Morgan & Company. New York City, 1956-1959;investment research officer, Morgan Guaranty Trust Company. New York City, 1959-1965;senior analyst, Tri-Continental Corporation, New York City, 1965-1980;assistant vice president, voting shareholder, J&W Seligman & Company.

New York City, 1980-1981;chairman investment committee, Charles Edison Fund, East Orange, New Jersey, since 1981.


  • Chartered finance analyst.


Trustee Brook Foundation, New York City, 1966-1972, Charles Edison Fund, since 1972. Board deacons Brick Presbyterian Church, New York City, 1963-1966. First lieutenant United States Air Force, 1954-1956,European Theatre of Operations.

Member New York Society Security Analysts, Association for Investment Management and Research, Machinery Analysts New York (charter, president 1967-1968), Environmental ControlAnalysts New York (charter, president 1975), Jamestowne Society, Princeton Company (charter, governor 1993-1994), Genesee Valley Club, Short Hills Club, AlphaKappa Psi.


  • Other Interests

    Avocation: photography.


Married Judith DePuy Keating, May 9, 1959. Children: James E. Junior, David K.

Ernest Joseph Howe

Gladys Montgomery (Sills) Howe

Judith DePuy Keating

James E. Junior Howe

David K. Howe