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Investment banker

Robert Beattie Dixon, American investment banker. Financial chairman Grace United Methodist Church, Greensboro; Member of Greensboro Chamber of Commerce (board directors 1960), National Association Securities Dealers (business conduct committee 1955-1958), Securities Traders (president 1952-1953), Securities Dealers Carolinas 1952-1953, Greensboro City Club, Greensboro Country Club, Civitan Lodge, Woodmen of World Lodge (state president).

Background

Dixon, Robert Beattie was born on October 9, 1908 in North Hoboken, New Jersey, United States. Son of James Monroe and Anna Louise (Sawyer) Dixon.

Education

Benign prostatic hyperplasia, Emory University, 1931.

Career

With American Service Bureau, Atlanta, 1931—1933. State manager Hooper Holmes Bureau Inc., South Carolina, 1933—1936, North Carolina, 1936—1945. Managing partner McDaniel Lewis & Company, Greensboro, 1945—1955.

President, director United Securities Company, 1955—1966. Senior vice president, director Interstate Securities Company, Charlotte, North Carolina, since 1966. Director Wysong Miles Company, Greensboro.

Associate member New York Securities Exchange. Member, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Exchange, 1955—1966.

Membership

Financial chairman Grace United Methodist Church, Greensboro. Member of Greensboro Chamber of Commerce (board directors 1960), National Association Securities Dealers (business conduct committee 1955-1958), Securities Traders (president 1952-1953), Securities Dealers Carolinas 1952-1953, Greensboro City Club, Greensboro Country Club, Civitan Lodge, Woodmen of World Lodge (state president).

Connections

Married Mary Florence Gilmore, May 20, 1935. Children: Robert Beattie Junior, Marion Monroe.

father:
James Monroe Dixon

mother:
Anna Louise (Sawyer) Dixon

spouse:
Mary Florence Gilmore

children:
Robert Beattie Junior Dixon

Marion Monroe Dixon