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Roland Eugene Clark

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Roland Eugene Clark, American banker. Served as Second lieutenant to major 1st Infantry Division, United States Army, 1917-1919, assistant div. adjunct 1st Infantry Division, assistant adjutant general 1st Army, American Expeditionary Force President trust div. American Bankers Association, 1939.; Member Psi Upsilon.; Club: Cumberland (Portland).

Background

Clark, Roland Eugene was born on July 3, 1879 in Houlton, Maine, United States. Son of Michael McGuirk and Henrietta (Braden) Clark.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Bowdoin College, 1901, Master of Arts (honorary), 1952. Bachelor of Laws, Georgetown University, 1904.

Career

Admitted to Maine bar, 1905. Private secretary to Congressman Llewellyn Powers, 1901-1905. Practiced law Houlton, 1905-1917.

Vice president charge trust department Fidelity Trust Company, Portland, Maine, 1919-1933, National Bank Commerce, Portland since 1933. Trustee Portland Public Library. Member board of trustees, treasurer Bowdoin College since 1949, member board overseers, 1939-1949.

Membership

Served as Second lieutenant to major 1st Infantry Division, United States Army, 1917-1919, assistant div. adjunct 1st Infantry Division, assistant adjutant general 1st Army, American Expeditionary Force President trust div. American Bankers Association, 1939. Member Psi Upsilon.; Club: Cumberland (Portland).

Connections

Married Gladys Goodin Tingle, February 14, 1941.

father:
Michael McGuirk Clark

mother:
Henrietta (Braden) Clark

spouse:
Gladys Goodin Tingle