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Investment banker

Randolph Parker Compton, American investment banker. Past treasurer, trustee Scarsdale (New York ) Foundation; honorary trustee, member board Meharry Medical College; chairman emeritus, trustee Fund for Peace, New York City Served as ensign United States Navy, World War I. Club: Meadow Tennis (Scarsdale, New York ).

Background

Compton, Randolph Parker was born on March 18, 1892 in Macon, Missouri, United States. Son of William R. and Caroline (Parker) Compton.

Education

Graduate, Smith Academy, St. Louis, 1911. Bachelor of Laws, Princeton, 1915. Postgraduate, Harvard Business School, 1943.

Career

Vice president charge New York office, William R. Compton Company, 1919-1929; proprietor municipal bond firm, New York City, 1929-1934; vice president charge municipal bond department, Lazard Freres & Company. New York City, 1934-1941; vice president charge municipal bond department, Union Securities Corporation, New York City, 1941-1942; corporation relations manager, Republic Aviation Limited company, Farmingdale, Long Island, New York, 1943-1944; vice president, Kidder, Peabody & Company, Inc. (Investment bankers), New York City, 1945-1987.

Membership

Past treasurer, trustee Scarsdale (New York ) Foundation. Honorary trustee, member board Meharry Medical College. Chairman emeritus, trustee Fund for Peace, New York City Served as ensign United States Navy, World War I. Club: Meadow Tennis (Scarsdale, New York ).

Connections

Married Dorothy Danforth, October 11, 1917 (deceased). Children: W. Danforth (deceased), James Randolph, Ann Randolph (Mistress Ellis M. Stephens), John Parker (deceased).

father:
William R. Compton

mother:
Caroline (Parker) Compton

spouse:
Dorothy Danforth

child:
John Parker Compton (deceased)

child:
James Randolph Compton

child:
W. Danforth Compton (deceased)

child:
Ann Randolph Compton (Mistress Ellis M. Stephens)