E. Bates McKee

December 07, 1990

E. Bates McKee, 86, a retired investment banker and yachtsman, died Tuesday of heart failure at Shock-Trauma in Baltimore, where he was taken after he was injured in a fall Saturday.

A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at St. Anne's Episcopal Church on Church Circle in Annapolis.

Mr. McKee, a resident of Annapolis, retired in 1970 as senior vice president, director and head of the Foreign Department of Bache & Co., now Prudential-Bache Securities.

He had been with the company about 20 years. Earlier, he had been an investment officer with the First National City Bank of New York, where he began his career in 1929.

Survivors include his wife, the former Tanja Ram Rowell; two sons, Philip W. McKee of Trappe and Charles D. McKee of Scarborough, Maine; two stepdaughters, Louisa Stark of Phoenix, Ariz., and Margit Rowell-Noel of Paris; a sister, Frances McKee O'Brien of Annapolis; a brother, Frederick H. Brooke Jr. of Nonquitt, Mass., 13 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

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