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Investment banker

Ronald M. Craigmyle, Canadian investment banker. Mayor Village of Matinecock, New York, 1954-1967; trustee Columbia University, 1957-1963. Member Psi Upsilon.

Background

Craigmyle, Ronald M. was born on June 19, 1896 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Son of James M. and Jessie (Gregory) Craigmyle.

Education

AB, Columbia University, 1920. Bachelor of Science in Business, Columbia University, 1921.

Career

With Minsch, Monell & Company, 1920-1924. Partner Burley, Peabody & Craigmyle, New York City, 1924-1926, Craigmyle & Company (later Craigmyle, Pinney & Company, then Fahnestock & Company), New York City, from 1926. Retired chairman Giant Portland & Masonry Cement Company.

Vice president Intercollegiate Flying Association, 1919-1921.

Membership

Mayor Village of Matinecock, New York, 1954-1967. Trustee Columbia University, 1957-1963. Member Psi Upsilon. Clubs: Piping Rock, Metropolitan, University, New York Stock Exchange Luncheon, Pilgrims Society, St. Andrews Society, Beach (Palm Beach, Florida), Creek, Everglades, Bath and Tennis.

Connections

Married Louise de Rochemont, April 10, 1923. Children: Ronald M., Mary Louise Magee, Robert de Rochemont.

father:
James M. Craigmyle

mother:
Jessie (Gregory) Craigmyle

spouse:
Louise de Rochemont

child:
Ronald M. Craigmyle

child:
Mary Louise Magee Craigmyle

child:
Robert de Rochemont Craigmyle