Elder Cruttenden dies at home in Newport Beach

December 1997
Orange County Business Journal;12/01/97, Vol. 20 Issue 48, p3
Announces the death of Walter Wemple Cruttenden Jr., a stockbroker in Orange County, California. Cruttendon's opening of his own bond firm when he was at one time youngest governor of the Midwest Stock Exchange; His jobs after retiring from the brokerage business; Family background.


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