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William Milligan Sloan, American lawyer. Served to captain United States Army, 1942-1945.; Member American Bar Association, Rhode Island Bar Association Episcopalian.

Background

Sloan, William Milligan was born on July 28, 1916 in Lawrence, New York, United States. Son of Bensen Bennett and Margaret Milligan (Sloane) Sloan.

Education

Bachelor of Arts History with honors, Princeton University, 1938. Bachelor of Laws, Yale University, 1941.

Career

Bar: New York, Rhode Island Associate Lawyer Mitchell, Taylor, Capron & March, New York City, 1941-1942. Associate Tillinglest, Collins & Tanner, Providence, 1945-1951. Partner Tillinglest, Collins & Graham, Providence, 1951-1980, of counsel, since 1980.

Secretary, board directors Providence Preservation Society, 1954-1965. Officer, board directors Greater Providence Young Men’s Christian Association, 1952-1975. Secretary, board directors Women and Infants Hospital, Providence, 1967-1982.

Membership

Served to captain United States Army, 1942-1945. Member American Bar Association, Rhode Island Bar Association Episcopalian. Clubs: Hope (secretary 1967-1973), Agawam Hunt.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Golf; travel; writing poetry.

Connections

Married Margaret MacKenzie Tredway, June 25, 1940 (divorced 1972).; married Frances D. Schmidlann, January 6, 1973. Children– William M. Junior, Margaret M., Stephen E.

father:
Bensen Bennett Sloan

mother:
Margaret Milligan (Sloane) Sloan

spouse:
Margaret MacKenzie Tredway

spouse:
Frances D. Schmidlann

child:
William M. Junior Sloan

child:
Margaret M. Sloan

child:
Stephen E. Sloan