Brenner Banking consultant

T. F. W.

March 04, 1991

T. F. Webster Brenner Sr., a retired bank examiner an consultant who devoted considerable time to church activities, died of heart disease Jan. 31 at St. Joseph Hospital. He was 72.

A 1936 graduate of Polytechnic Institute's A-course, he declinean appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy to support his mother and three sisters after his father died.

He entered a management trainee program at Union Trust Bank. During World War II, he served overseas as a sergeant in the Army Medical Corps, then returned to the bank.

In the mid-1950s, he became senior bank examiner for the Maryland Banking Commission.

After retiring in 1981, he served as an auditing consultant to Sparks Bank and, for the past five years, to Carrollton Bank of Baltimore.

Mr. Brenner, whose father was a founding member of Hamilton Presbyterian Church, had held many offices at the church before transferring to Perry Hall Presbyterian Church.

Long involved with the local and national Presbyterian Marinerchurch group, Mr. Brenner and his wife held national offices in the 1970s.

Mr. Brenner attended the Johns Hopkins University and thAmerican Banking Institute.

He is survived by his wife of 47 years, the former Anna IlenBlatchley; two sons, Webster Brenner Jr. of Columbia and Mark Webster Brenner of Perry Hall; a daughter, Christine Scott of Aston, Pa.; three sisters, Ruth Haddaway of Baltimore, Elaine Wilson of Pittsburgh and Martha Young of Stonington, Ill.; and five grandchildren.

The family suggests that contributions be made to Perry HalPresbyterian Church, 8848 Belair Road, Perry Hall 21236, where services were held Feb. 4.

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