Harry F. Weber, Jr.

Harry F. Weber, Jr.

Harry F. Weber, Jr.

Harry F. Weber, Jr.


Joined AGB:

Primary Dept/Div:
Institutional sales

Primary Office:
New York

Harry F. Weber, Jr. joined the firm in 1947 after receiving his A.B. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, completing military service in the U.S. Navy as an intelligence officer on the flagship Ancon during the D-Day invasion, and then later graduating from the Harvard Business School. Harry played various roles in general and institutional sales and research in New York and was instrumental in developing Becker’s block business, all as described in the Chronicle. Harry was active in local school politics, serving as chair of the board of education for School District 7, 1963-66, and was a board member of New York’s Cooperative Educational Services. Following his retirement in 1970, the Webers moved to Montserrat, BWI, and New London, NH. In Montserrat he was instrumental in the development of the Montserrat Building Society, which provided low-interest home loans to citizens. Weber also worked for the International Executive Service Corps helping to create stock exchanges in Morocco and South Korea and promoting business in Nigeria and El Salvador. When in New London, Harry was involved in a number of not-for-profit activities. He was a longstanding trustee at the New London and Concord Hospitals; in 1996 he received the New Hampshire Hospital Association’s Outstanding Trustee of the Year Award.

From the University of Pennsylvania Obituaries. Feb. 6, 2005. Harry F. Weber, Jr. , Wharton 1938, of New London, NH, a vice-president of A.G. Becker & Co.. a Wall Street investment firm, from 1958 until his retirement in 1970, died Feb 6, 2005. Harry Weber’s survivors, if any, were not given.

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