33 Banking L. J. 795 (January to December 1916)
Peoples State Bank Detroit

handle is hein.journals/blj33 and id is 821 raw text is: PEOPLES STATE BANK, DETROIT

PEOPLES STATE BANK DETROIT.
the President, to Vice President,
Austin E. Wing, formerly Cashier
of the Commerce department,
Assistant to the President and
Mr. R. T. Cudmore, formgr
'Assistant Cashier, to  Cashier.
The Peoples State is the largest
bank in Michigan. September 12
it reported depositsof$61,184,868,
total resources S67,352,284, capi-
tal $2,500,000, surplus and prof-
its $3,667,326.
The following are the directors:
Russell A. Alger, George H.
Barbour, W. T. Barbour, John
R. Bodde, H. P. Borgman, H. M.
Campbell, B. S. Colburn, C. A.
DuCharme, Jeremiah      Dwyer,
Frank J. Hecker, Fred W. Hodges
J. C. Hutchins, James T. Keena,
11. B. Ledyard, James T. Mc-
Millan, R. S. Mason, Fred T.
Moran,    M. J. Murphy, W.
Howie Muir, C. W. Nash, Tru-
man H. Newberry, Henry Russel,
Hugo Scherer, F. A. Schulte,
Angus Smith, Homer Warrun.
JAMES T. KEENA
The election of Mr. James T.
Keena, as President of the Peoples
State Bank of Detroit to suc-
ceed the late George E. Lawson,
was a wise selection on the part
of the directors.
Mr. Ke~na had     been   Vice
President of the    bank  since
January, 1914.   Prior to that
time, he had been the counsel
of the bank for a number of years,
and was considered -one of the
leading men in the legal pro-
fession in Detroit.
Hiscloseassociation with the two
former Presidents, Messrs. George
H. Russell and George E. Lawson,
together with his legal knowledge,
equipped him for the position he
now occupies.
Other deserving promoti6ns by
the directors were those of Henry
P. Borgman, -who for a number of
years has been Cashier of the
Savings department, to that of
Vice President, Mr. J. R. Bodde,
who was formerly Assistant to
HENtY P. BORGMAN

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