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Fuller, Samuel L.

American, 1875 - 1963

Fuller, Samuel Lester


Samuel L. Fuller was a leading Wall Street businessman for over sixty years. Born in Middletown, Connecticut, Fuller attended Phillips Andover Academy and Harvard. He began his brokerage career in 1899 when he joined the firm of Jackson & Curtis, of whom he became a partner within five years. In 1932 Fuller formed Fuller, Rodney & Co., later absorbed by Merrill Lynch, with whom Fuller was associated for the remainder of his professional career. He was a vice president with Merrill Lynch at the time of his death at age 88. Fuller married the former Constance Greenough, with whom he had three sons, two of whom predeceased him. Fuller was active during World War I as an official of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, a government shipbuilding and transportation organization. After the war, in 1918-1919, he served as deputy director and later director of Red Cross operations in Italy. Fuller was benefactor of the Phillips Andover Academy and a Trustee of several hospitals. [Compiled from sources and references recorded on CMS]


The New York Times 20 November 1963:L+40 [obituary]

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