Upon Giannini's death in 1949, his son Mario Giannini (1894–1952) assumed leadership of the bank. Giannini's daughter, Claire Giannini Hoffman (1905–1997), took her father's seat on the bank's board of directors, where she remained until the 1980s.
Amadeo married Clorinda Agnes Clara Giannini (born Cuneo) in 1892, at age 21. Clorinda was born on March 4 1869, in California, United States. They had 6 children: Virgil David Giannini, Lloyd Thomas Giannini and 4 other children. Amadeo lived in 1900, at address, California.
May 24, 2018 · Upon Giannini's death in 1949, his son Mario Giannini (1894–1952) assumed leadership of the bank. Giannini's daughter, Claire Giannini Hoffman (1905–1997), took her father's seat on the bank's board of directors, where she remained until the 1980s.
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A.P. Giannini, in full Amadeo Peter Giannini, (born May 6, 1870, San Jose, California, U.S.—died June 3, 1949, San Mateo, California), American banker, founder of the California-based Bank of Italy—later the Bank of America—which, by the 1930s, was the world’s largest commercial bank. He was a major pioneer of branch banking.
Amadeo Peter Giannini ( 1893) (Son) (Died on 18 November 1898) Lawrence Mario Giannini (27 November, 1894) (Son) (Died on 19 August 1952) Agnes Rose Giannini ( 1897) (Died on 21 April 1898)
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In 1959 Francis Amadeo Giannini published a weird book entitled Worlds Beyond the Poles. He was probably born in the late 1800s or early 1900s—maybe on exact a date as 1898, as the Oregon death index has someone by that exact name being born (somewhere) on 3 October 1898 (and dying in Multnomah County on 26 November 1973).
Like a lot of folks in the San Francisco area, Amadeo Peter Giannini was thrown from his bed in the wee hours of April 18, 1906, when the Great Quake shook parts of the city to rubble. He hurriedly dressed and hitched a team of horses to a borrowed produce wagon and headed into town--to the Bank of Italy, which he had founded two years earlier.
Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Clorinda Agnes Cuneo Giannini (4 Mar 1869–21 Dec 1941), Find a Grave Memorial no. 133611485, citing Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery, Colma, San Mateo County, California, USA ; Maintained by Bernard Johnson (contributor 575) .