Business & Finance: Forgan

As it must to all men, Death came to James Berwick Forgan, in the 73rd year of his life and the 24th of his career as the outstanding figure of the Chicago banking fraternity. Stricken at his desk with heart disease, he was taken to the Presbyterian Hospital, where a transfusion of his son's blood (James B. Forgan, Jr.) rallied him momentarily but was ultimately unsuccessful in saving his life. He died sur rounded by his family, after singing favorite hymns with his pastor and saying : "I have put up the best...

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