Maynard Hutchinson Edit Profile
He graduated from Newton High School and in 1908 earned a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard College in 1908.
Hutchinson worked as a shoe manufacturer before going into the investment business. For many years he worked for Loomis, Sayles & Company. Hutchinson was also a director of the New England Mutual Life Insurance Company and director of the Boston Better Business Bureau.
From 1929 to 1932, Hutchinson was president of the Norumbega Boy Scout Council. From 1935 to 1938, he was president of the Newton Community Chest. During World War II, Hutchinson was general chairman of the United War Fund of Greater Boston.
Hutchinson also served as president and chairman of Boys' and Girls' Camps, Inc. and a trustee of Northeastern University. He later served as chairman of the Massachusetts Republican Party's finance committee. He was chairman of the dinner committee for Eisenhower that filled the Boston Garden in 1952.
Hutchinson served as for the Port of Boston from 1954 to 1961. He was sworn into office on April 30, 1954 by former Governor Robert F. Bradford in a ceremony at the Boston Custom House. Hutchinson married Helen Sophia Knowlton of Marion, Massachusetts on May 22, 1909.
They had three children. Mrs. Hutchinson died in 1943. Hutchinson married Linda McLain Hawkridge on December 31, 1956.
Hutchinson died on September 12, 1963 at his home in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.
President Newton (Massachusetts) Community Chest, 1935-1937. General chairman Greater Boston United War Fund, 1942. Director United Community Superior vena cava syndrome Metropolitan Boston, 1942-1953, Boston Better Business Bureau, 1938-1955, Boys and Girls Camps, Inc., from 1938.
Trustee Newton Wellesley Hospital, 1930-1947, Northeastern U.,1939-1954. Member Union Club, Harvard Club, Brae Burn Country Club.
Married Helen Sophia Knowlton, May 22, 1909 (deceased). Children: Marion (Mistress Harry S. Tschopik Junior), George II, Andrew. Married Linda McLean Hawkridge, December 31, 1956.
1908Harvard University , Bachelor of Arts