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BOD - Chairman Emeriti
Stephen L. Brown
Posted by R. Michael Brown
Published: Thursday, 06 November 2014 16:56

Mr. Brown is the retired chairman of John Hancock Financial Services and John Hancock Life Insurance Company. Since 1958 he served the company as CEO, president and COO, executive vice president of investment operations, and a member of the Hancock board of directors. He is a former chairman of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Mr. Brown is a former director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and former chairman of the board of Ionics, Inc. He is a trustee of Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, and serves as the chairman of the investment committee, and a member of the executive, finance and strategic planning committees. He is a board member and vice chairman of Dramaworks, as well as chairman of their governance committee and a member of their fiscal committee. He served on the investment advisory committee to the Town of Palm Beach for five years. Mr. Brown is a graduate of Middlebury College.

BOD - Chairman Emeriti
George G. Matthews
Posted by R. Michael Brown
Published: Thursday, 06 November 2014 16:57

 

Mr. Matthews manages diverse real estate and commercial investments, as well as philanthropic interests, from his West Palm Beach office. He is president of Flagler Ranch, located in Mt. Home, TX. His extensive community service includes serving on Palm Beach Town Council for 16 years, eight of those years as president. Mr. Matthews currently serves as president of Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, past chairman of International Game Fish Association in Dania Beach, and belongs to several wildlife organizations. He is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University.

BOD - Chairman Emeriti
Louis C. Pryor
Posted by R. Michael Brown
Published: Thursday, 06 November 2014 19:55

 

Mr. Pryor retired in 1985 after 33 years with duPont Co., much of it outside the U.S. His multinational involvement sprang from his birth in Argentina to American parents, formative years in England, and WWII service in three theaters of operations. With duPont he held senior executive positions in marketing, manufacturing, mining, applied research and corporate administration. His foreign assignments included Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Iran, New Zealand and Nigeria. He was a director and officer of a number of American Chambers of Commerce abroad; primary concerns were free trade and also, in the case of Australia, industrial relations issues. He helped forge an alliance of key business and union leaders that thwarted a Soviet-orchestrated “cold war” move to infiltrate and heavily influence Australian trade unionism. He is a former member of the Palm Beach Public Employee Relations Commission. Mr. Pryor is a graduate in business administration from Henley Business School, University of Reading, England.