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Raymond Webster Peterman Edit Profile

Banker

Raymond Webster Peterman, American banker.

Background

Peterman, Raymond Webster was born on June 24, 1918 in Rich Hill, Missouri, United States. Son of Joseph Junior and Clara L. (Hall) Peterman.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Business, University Missouri, 1949.

Career

Cashier to director Security Bank, Rich Hill, 1936-1956. Various offices leading to senior vice president, manager south facility United Missouri Bank of Hickman Mills, Kansas City, Missouri, 1956-1986.

Achievements

  • Avocation: trombonist with Medical Arts Symphony and American Legion Band of Kansas City.

Membership

Board directors Community Mental Health Center South Kansas City, 1965-1985, board governors 1985. Board directors Youth Symphony Kansas City. President Richards-Gebaur Air Force Base Community Council, 1985-1986.

Served with United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1945. Member Air Force Association (president Harry S. Truman chapter 1983-1985, former president Missouri chapter), South Kansas City Chamber of Commerce (Citizen of Year award 1979), Sons of the American Revolution.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: trombonist with Medical Arts Symphony and American Legion Band of Kansas City.

Connections

Married Ella Louise Robinson, October 7, 1950. Children: Raymond W. Junior, Timothy E., Stephen C., John R.

father:
Joseph Peterman Junior

mother:
Clara L. (Hall) Peterman

spouse:
Ella Louise Robinson

children:
Raymond W. Junior Peterman

Timothy E. Peterman

Stephen C. Peterman

John R. Peterman