Sumner Tucker Pike Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Bowdoin College, 1913, Doctor of Laws, 1941. Doctor of Laws, Bates College, 1945. Doctor of Commercial Science, Centre College, 1947.
Doctor of Laws, Colby College, 1948. Unmarried.
Clerk in public utility companies, Boston, Savannah, Georgia, Lowell, Massachusetts, Beaumont, Texas, 1913-1919. Vice president Equipment Sales Company, Dallas, Texas, and Kansas City, Missoury, 1920-1922. Assistant to president G. Amsinck & County, New York City, 1923.
Financial employee and secretary Continental Insurance County, New York City, 1923-1928. Vice-president and director Case Pomeroy & County, New York City, 1928-1939. Business adviser to the United States Secretary of Commerce, Washington, 1939-1940.
Member Temporary National Economics Committee, 1940-1941. Commissioner of Securities and Exchange Commission, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1940-1946. Director Fuel Price Division, Office Price Administration, Washington, 1942-1946.
Member United States A.E.C., 1946-1951. Chairman Maine Public Utilities commission, 1953-1956.
Member Maine Legislature, from 1959. Chairman Government's Committee on Passamaquoddy Tidal Power, from 1959. Served Candidate to captain, C.A.C., Army, 1917-1919.
Overseer Bowdoin College, from 1938. Member American Association Petroleum Geologists, American Geography Society, Delta Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa. Mason.; Clubs: Metropolitan (Washington).