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John Alexander Stewart

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John Alexander Stewart, American banker. Served as private, infantry, United States Army, 1918, later Lieutenant United States Coast Artillery; Member Michigan Bankers Association (Executive Committee 1937-1940), Saginaw Chamber of Commerce (treasurer, director 1947-1958), Newcomen Society, Navy League.; Mason (Shriner).

Background

Stewart, John Alexander was born on May 23, 1900 in Bay City, Michigan, United States. Son of John A. and Margaret (MacDonald) Stewart.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan, 1921.

Career

Bank of Saginaw, 1921-1968, beginning as clerk, successively assistant cashier, vice president, vice-president and cashier, executive vice president, cashier, 1921-1957, president, 1957-1965, Chairman of the Board, 1965-1968, also director. Director Morley Brothers, Michigan Sugar Company. Treasurer, vice-president, director Saginaw Community Chest, 1956.

Director Children’s Home Family Society. Board directors Saginaw Young Men’s Christian Association, 1958-1968, president, 1963-1965. Trustee Delta College.

Membership

Served as private, infantry, United States Army, 1918, later Lieutenant United States Coast Artillery. Member Michigan Bankers Association (Executive Committee 1937-1940), Saginaw Chamber of Commerce (treasurer, director 1947-1958), Newcomen Society, Navy League. Mason (Shriner).; Clubs: Saginaw, Saginaw Country, Saginaw Michigan.

Connections

Married Mary K. Martin, October 11, 1928. Children: Albert W., John A., Dennis M., Robert M. With Second National.

father:
John A. Stewart

mother:
Margaret (MacDonald) Stewart

spouse:
Mary K. Martin

children:
Albert W. Stewart

John A. Stewart

Dennis M. Stewart

Robert M. With Second National Stewart