David N. Dattelbaum
David Nathaniel Dattelbaum
March 1, 1902
David Nathaniel Dattelbaum war born in NYC, and graduated from Cornell in the class of 1922. He joined the NY office of Becker in 1927 and possibly was recruited by Irv Sherman. He experienced the crash of 1929 and the 1930s depression. He was the NY sales manager for many years, possibly the sales manager or a participant of the group shown in photo OI#404-OI#406. He married Solveig and lived in Mamaroneck and later in Larchmont and New Rochelle. They had a son, Charles, who worked as a retail broker in NY, at least in the 1960s. David retired in the early 1980s, moved to Palm Beach, and died in 1993.
Palm Beach Daily News, April 6, 1993. David N. Dattelbaum of Larchmont, NY, died of pneumonia Wednesday, March 31, 1993, at a Mamaroneck, NY, nursing home. He was 91. Mr. Dattelbaum was a resident of Palm Beach for 15 years, and moved to Larchmont two years ago. He was a retired investment banker for A.G. Becker & Co., where he worked for some 50 years. Mr. Dattelbaum was a senior vice president and director of the firm. In 1969-70, Mr. Dattelbaum represented the U.S.Department of State as a delegate from the U.S. Agency for International Development in Karachi, Pakistan, advising the Pakistani government on the establishment of a national securities exchange. Mr. Dattelbaum is survived by his wife, Mimi Doux Dattelbaum of Larchmont, a daughter, a son, a sister, and three grandchildren. He was predeceased by his first wife Solveig.