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Banker

Lawrence Harold Bober was American banker. Decorated Distinguished Flying Cross with two oak leaf clusters, Air medal with three oak leaf clusters; recipient Human Relations award American Jewish Committee, 1968, Community Service award National Jewish Hospital and Research Center, 1980, Community Service award American Jewish Congress, 1988.

Background

Bober, Lawrence Harold was born on March 29, 1924 in New York City. Son of Michael N. and Julia (Verschleiser) Bober.

Education

Bachelor of Science, New York University, 1949. Postgraduate, Graduate School Business Administration, 1950.

Career

With Hanover Bank (now J.P. Morgan-Chase), 1941-1987, assistant secretary, 1950-1952, assistant treasurer, 1953-1955, assistant vice president, 1955-1960, vice president, 1960-1971, senior vice president (North American division-II), 1971-1987. Retired, 1987.

Membership

Director, past chairman The Renesselaerville Institute. Past vice chairman, board fellows Brandeis University. Past president Congregation Emanuel of Westchester.

Past president Cobblefield Homeowners Association White Plains, New York. 1st lieutenant United States Army Air Force, 1942-1945.

Connections

Married Natalie S. Birnbaum, August 27, 1950. Children: Stephen, Marc, Elizabeth.

father:
Michael N. Bober

mother:
Julia (Verschleiser) Bober

spouse:
Natalie S. Birnbaum

children:
Stephen Bober

Marc Bober

Elizabeth Bober