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John Clinton Clark, business executive. Delaware Republican National Presidential Convention, member executive committee New York State, 1936; member Turf Committee American; trustee University Miami. Member Thoroughbred Racing Association United States (president 1942, 43), Turf and Field Club, United Hunts Club, Racquet and Tennis Club, Jockey Club, all New York City, Surf Club, Bath Club, Indian Creek Club, all Miami Beach.

Background

Clark, John Clinton was born on November 4, 1891 in Binghamton, New York, United States. Son of John P.E. and Grace Amelia (Harding) Clark.

Education

Student, Binghamton Center High School, 1906-1910.

Career

With candy manufacturing business, Hess-Clark Company, 1910-1915. President Ames Chemical Company, Binghamton, 1915-1919, Clark Associates, Inc., Binghamton and New York City, 1919-1955. Owner Clinton-Williams Ltd., Sydney, Australia, and Auckland, New Zealand, 1920-1955.

Board directors Marine Midland Trust Company Southern New York, Endicott Johnson Corporation, Clark-Cleveland, Inc., Security Mutual Life Insurance Company. President Hialeah Race Course, 1940-1955. Trustee New York Racing Association, Inc.

Membership

Delaware Republican National Presidential Convention, member executive committee New York State, 1936. Member Turf Committee American. Trustee University Miami.

Member Thoroughbred Racing Association United States (president 1942, 43), Turf and Field Club, United Hunts Club, Racquet and Tennis Club, Jockey Club, all New York City, Surf Club, Bath Club, Indian Creek Club, all Miami Beach.

Connections

Married Kathryn Moore, February 14, 1927. Children: John Clinton, Jean C. Clark Dellay.

father:
John P.E. Clark

mother:
Grace Amelia (Harding) Clark

spouse:
Kathryn Moore

child:
Jean C. Clark Dellay Clark

child:
John Clinton Clark