The Generations of Thomas Pine Petznick
Thomas Pine Petznick
Notes for Joseph Winfield Pine
Obituary from the Tri Town News, March 20, 1991:
Joseph W. Pine of Auburn was a bank officer, active in the civic affairs of that community and a former Walton resident. Mr. Pine died Monday March 11, in Auburn Memorial Hospital after he injured himself in a fall in his home in which he struck his head. He was 63 years old. He was the son of Archibald and Emma Smith Pine and was born in Ilion, NY on April 19, 1927. In his younger years he had resided at 16 Griswold St., Walton, and was graduated from Walton High School.
Mr. Pine attended Syracuse University and after serving in the Navy completed his studies at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. He became a resident of Auburn in 1959 and joined the National Bank of Auburn as manager of the consumer credit department, serving in that capacity for 19 years and was named assistant vice president in 1965. Prior to his affiliation with the bank, he was a district manager with Universal C.I.T Credit Corporation. The former Waltonian had established the credit department of the bank and was chairman of the executive directors committee of all loaning during his tenure. At the time of his passing he was vice president of the Skaneateles Savings Bank.
An avid hunter and fisherman, he was past president of Robert Morris Associates, campaign chairman and vice president of the United Fund of Oneida County, president of the Lions Club, and member of the Industrial Management Club. He also was the first chairman of the Town of Owasco Planning Board and a director of the Board of Govenors of Owasco Country Club. He had also been fire commissioner in the Town of Owasco and past chairman of Cayuga County chapter, American Red Cross.
He was married to the former Margaret Graas who survives. Other survivors are two sons, Steven of Phoenix, Arizona and Robert of Auburn, and a brother Robert S. Pine of El Paso, Texas. Services were wednesday March 13 at Sacred Heart Church, Auburn, Reverend Paul Brennan, pastor. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions may be made to Owasco Fire department, Owasco Road, Auburn, NY 13021.
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