Bulletin HASKINS & SELLS 43
Recognition of Service
In pausing at this time to reflect on the
past life of the firm, it is pleasant to make
acknowledgment of the long-continued and
earnest efforts contributed by the following
members of the organization:
Mr. James F. Kerr Nov. 29, 1899
Mr. Albert Greacen Mar. 3, 1901
Miss Loretta Taaffe June 12, 1901
Mr. Gage Hills Sept. 26, 1901
Miss Belle Hatfield May 15, 1902
Miss Anna Skinner June 2, 1902
Mr. Cyril B. Dooley Oct. 3, 1904
Mr. Paul Shepard Nov. 27, 1905
Mr. John H . Garrison. . . .Aug. 27, 1906
Mr. Frank J. McNally. . .Dec. 27, 1907
Some Who Have Helped
A review of the work and events of the
past twenty-five years brings to mind many
individuals who at one time or another
have helped to carry on the work. Some
of these have passed to the Great Beyond;
some have gone into public practice; some
have become associated with other organizations.
Among those who have passed from this
world are Peter G. White, known throughout
the organization for his keen mind,
ready wit, and ability as an accountant.
Many a man will remember, when he was
a struggling junior assistant, the helpful
hand held out to him by Peter White.
Others who have gone are H . W . Brown,
Garry Brown, E . A . Hifton, J. O. Rice,
T. J . Murray, M . E . Tarver, C. D . Martin,
A . A . Noble and E . B. Wade.
Some of those engaged in public practice
are W. H . West, John Flint, J. S.
Mitchell, W. H . Ferris, F. M . Brown,
R. C. Brown, P. J. Esquerré, C. H .
Crocker, L . L . Tompkins, F. H . Hurd-man,
T. R. L i l l and C. S. McCulloh.
Many of the Haskins & Sells' "alumni"
are occupying important positions of responsibility
and trust in the business world.
Dr. J . V . Westfall and M r . L . O. Fisher
are vice-presidents of the Equitable Life