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Burton L. Gordon

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Columbia National Bank & Trust


Affiliations

Utah Symphony

Board of Trustees Member


US&O

Board Member


Web References(8 Total References)


www.chicagomag.com

"You could never get permission for that now," says Nancy Thomas, the Koenig & Strey agent who represented the latest sellers, Burton and Elaine Gordon. The Gordons bought the 8,900-square-foot house from the Ryersons in 1965 (Burton Gordon was the CEO and founder of Columbia National Bank of Chicago).


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The home's current owners, retired banker Burton Gordon and his wife, Elaine, an author, purchased the house in 1965 and are only the third owners since it was built. (Edward Ryerson, the late chairman of Inland Steel, owned the property between 1919 and 1965.) Mr. Gordon, who was chief executive of Columbia National Bank & Trust, says the house's cabinetry, millwork and wood paneling are original, as are the seven hand-carved fireplaces.The home's current owners, retired banker Burton Gordon and his wife, Elaine, an author, purchased the house in 1965 and are only the third owners since it was built. (Edward Ryerson, the late chairman of Inland Steel, owned the property between 1919 and 1965.) Mr. Gordon, who was chief executive of Columbia National Bank & Trust, says the house's cabinetry, millwork and wood paneling are original, as are the seven hand-carved fireplaces.


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Burton L. Gordon


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Elaine and Burton L. Gordon


www.utahsymphonymusicians.org

US&O board member Burton Gordon, a retired commercial banker, summed up


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