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Stephen Pinckney Killough Edit Profile

Stephen Pinckney Killough was American financial executive, lawyer. Bar: Texas 1960, United States Court Military Appeals 1961, United States Court Claims 1962, United States Supreme Court 1963. Scholar, Baylor University, 1953.


Killough, Stephen Pinckney was born on November 4, 1935 in Terrell, Texas, United States. Son of Isaac Franklin and Grace Lillian (Yarbrough) Killough.


Bachelor in English & History, Baylor University, 1957. Bachelor of Laws, Baylor University. Juris Doctor, Cumberland School Law Samford University, 1960.


City attorney, Amarillo, Texas, 1964—1966. Private practice Lumpkin, Watson & Smith, Amarillo, 1966—1970. Associate counsel-assistant secretary Finance American Corporation, Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1970—1978.

Senior vice president, general counsel Manufacturers Hanover Finance Services, Huntingdon Valley, since 1978. Director Ritter Life Insurance Company, since 1978, Tempco Life Insurance Company, Arizona, since 1981, Manufacturers Hanover Industrial Banks, Colorado, since 1982, Oil & Gas Research, St. Joseph, Missouri, 1960. Retired, 2007; Captain United States Army Reserve, 1960-1964.


Member of American Bar Association, American Finance Services Association (director, chairman real estate advisory group 1984, vice chairman law forums 1987-1988), National Consumer Finance Association (chairman real estate subcommittee), Texas Bar Association.


Married Deborah Marie Spitler Killough, March 16, 1963. Children: Elizabeth Victoria, Richard Carter.