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Stock broker

Joseph Gould Remick, American stock broker. Served as Second lieutenant infantry, United States Army, 1918.

Background

Remick, Joseph Gould was born on September 4, 1897 in Melrose, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Joseph and Anne (Gould) Remick.

Education

Educated Milton Academy, 1912-1917, Noble & Greenough School, 1917-1918, Harvard, 1918-1921.

Career

Began as clerk with H. Hentz & Company, brokers, New York, July 21, 1921. With Foster & Gibson, New York, 1924-1925. Partner Edey & Gibson, New York, 1925-1930.

Partner Paige, Smith & Remick, stock brokers, New York, 1930-1937. With Stillman, Maynard & Company (firm name Evans, Stillman & Company until merged with Maynard, Oakley & Lawrence, 1942), stock brokers, New York, as partner, since 1937. Governor New York Stock Exchange, 1939-1942.

Membership

Served as Second lieutenant infantry, United States Army, 1918. Clubs: Rockaway Hunting, Racquet and Tennis (New York City).

Connections

Married Eleanor Francke, September 30, 1922. Children: Joan Francke, Eleanor Huntington.

father:
Joseph Remick

mother:
Anne (Gould) Remick

spouse:
Eleanor Francke

child:
Eleanor Huntington Remick

child:
Joan Francke Remick