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Insurance company executive

John Quincy Adams, American Insurance company executive. Member of committee on university resources Harvard; board directors New England Historic Seaport; member corporation Museum of Science; board overseers Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Background

Adams, John Quincy was born on December 24, 1922 in Dover, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Arthur and Margery (Lee) Adams.

Education

Student, St. Paul's School, 1941; Bachelor of Arts, Harvard University, 1945.

Career

With, John Hancock Mutual Insurance Company, 1947-1987; 2d vice president, John Hancock Mutual Insurance Company, 1961-1965; vice president, John Hancock Mutual Insurance Company, 1965-1968; senior vice president, John Hancock Mutual Insurance Company, 1968-1987. Director, chairman John Hancock Venture Capital Management, Inc. Director Zurn Industries, John Hancock Growth Fund, John Hancock Advisers, Inc., John Hancock United States Government Securities Fund, John Hancock Investors, John Hancock Income Securities, Massachusetts Bus Development Corporation, Independence Investment Associations, Tucker Anthony Holding Corporation.

Trustee John Hancock Tax-Exempt Trust, Provident Institution for Savings, Real Estate Investment Trust, John Hancock Cash Management Trust.

Membership

Member of committee on university resources Harvard. Board directors New England Historic Seaport. Member corporation Museum of Science.

Board overseers Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Connections

Married Nancy Motley, February 1, 1947. Children: Nancy Barton, John Quincy, Margery Lee, Benjamin Crowninshield.

father:
Arthur Adams

mother:
Margery (Lee) Adams

spouse:
Nancy Motley

child:
Nancy Barton Adams

child:
Margery Lee Adams

child:
John Quincy Adams

child:
Benjamin Crowninshield Adams