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Lindale Carson Fisher

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Lindale Carson Fisher, American banker. Served as captain, finance department, Army of the United States, 1942-1944.; Member American, Delaware (member Executive Committee.

Background

Fisher, Lindale Carson was born on January 16, 1899 in Wyoming, Delaware, United States. Son of William Lindale and Grace May (Carson) Fisher.

Education

Student of University Delaware, 1918-1920. Bachelor of Science, University Pennsylvania, 1923. Graduated from Army Finance School, 1943.

Career

Accountant James L. Wilson & Company, Philadelphia, 1923-1926. Accountant balance sheet div., accounting department E.I. duPont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Delaware, 1926-1929. Bank examiner State Banking Department of Delaware, 1929-1936, deputy bank commissioner of Delaware, 1936-1937, chief deputy bank commissioner, 1941-1942, 44-46.

Assistant to vice president Union National Bank, Wilmington, 1937-1941. Vice-president, director Farmers Bank State of Delaware, Dover, 1946-1966, also senior vice-president and president Georgetown office. Director Milford (Delaware) Memorial Hospital.

Membership

Served as captain, finance department, Army of the United States, 1942-1944. Member American, Delaware (member Executive Committee. Clubs: Sussex Pines Country (Georgetown, Delaware).

Connections

Married Mary Valliant Short, June 28, 1924.

father:
William Lindale Fisher

mother:
Grace May (Carson) Fisher

spouse:
Mary Valliant Short