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life insurance company executive

Morton David Miller was American life insurance company executive.


Miller, Morton David was born on January 4, 1915 in New York City. Son of Samuel A. and Rhea R. (Loewenthal) Miller.


Bachelor of Science cum laude, City College of New York, 1937.


With, Equitable Life Assurance Society United States, New York City, 1937-1980;director, Equitable Life Assurance Society United States, 1971;executive vice president, chief actuary, Equitable Life Assurance Society United States, 1973-1980;vice Chairman of the Board, Equitable Life Assurance Society United States, 1975-1980;advisor to chairman, National Executive Service Corps, New York City, 1980-1995. Director National Foundation Life Insurance Company. Member actuarial advising committee New York State Department Audit and Control.


Board directors New York Urban Coalition, Point Lookout Civic Association, City College Fund. Chairman National Medical Fellowships Inc. Member Alumni Development Council City University of New York.

Board overseers School Medicine. Member advisory council on Social Security Department of Health, 1978-1979, member advisory committee on national health insurance issues, 1977. Advisory panel on medical technical Office Technological Assessment, United States Congress.

Fellow Society Actuaries (president 1967-1968, board governors 1957-1970). Member American Academy Actuaries (president 1973, board directors), American Arbitration Association (national panel arbitrators), Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, National Health Council (board directors, president), Pilgrims of the United States Clubs: University.


Married Florence Louis, February 14, 1949. 1 son, Jonathan David.

Samuel A. Miller

Rhea R. (Loewenthal) Miller

Florence Louis