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Samuel Byrod Fortenbaugh, III

Samuel Byrod Fortenbaugh, III, American lawyer. Bar: New York 1961, United States District Court (southern district) New York 1961.

Background

III, Samuel Byrod Fortenbaugh, was born on November 6, 1933 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Samuel Byrod Junior and Katherine Francisca (Wall) F.

Education

Bachelor, Williams College, 1955. Bachelor of Laws, Harvard University, 1960.

Career

Associate Kelley Drye & Warren, New York City, 1960—1969, partner, 1970—1979, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, 1980—2001, chairman, 1990—1991, 1999, senior counsel, 2001—2002. Private practice, since 2002. Board directors Baldwin Technology Company, Inc., Shelton, Connecticut, 1979-1985, 87-, Security Capital Corporation, Greenwich, Connecticut, 2001-2006.

Board directors, Western Public Group Inc., 1989-1995, secretary Furgueson Capital Management Incorporated, New York York City, 1970-2009. Chairman board directors, secretary Wall Industries, Inc., Kannapolis, North Carolina, since 1968. Chairman board directors Knight Textile Corp, Saluda, South Carolina, since 1973.

Advisory board Capital Partners Private Equity Income Fund, Greenwich, Conn. Trustee Patroni Scholastici, New Brunswick, New Jersey, since 1978, secretary since 1985. Lecturer professional seminars.

Membership

Member New York City bar Association(member Young Lawyers committee 1962-1965, corporation law committee 1976-1979, securities regulation committee 1982-1985, chairman committee on issue distribution of securities 1984-1985, committee on international legal practice, since 2010), committee on international legal practice, since 2010, Field Club (Greenwich), New York Yacht Club, Edgartown Yacht Club, Indian Harbor Yacht Club (Greenwich, Connecticut) (board directors 2001-2009, rear commodore 2004-2005, vice commodore 2006-2007, commodore, 2008-2009), Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Children: Samuel Byrod IV, Cristina Carlson, Katherine Fortenbaugh Silliman, Francesca Cowden, Harrison Selden. Married Sharon A. Swartz, November 17, 2001.