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  2. Jeffry Hall Brock - Wikipedia

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    Jeffry Hall Brock (1850–1915) was a Canadian businessman who was also politically active at the time of John A. Macdonald. He had a significant influence on the Canadian insurance industry (Great-West Life turned out be the second biggest insurance conglomerate in. Canada, started the first Western Canada based insurance company), politics ...

  3. Jeffry Hall Brock - Wikiwand

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    Jeffry Hall Brock Born (1850-01-06)January 6, 1850 Guelph, Upper Canada Died March 27, 1915(1915-03-27)(aged 65) Long Beach, California, U.S. Nationality Canadian Occupation Businessman Known for founder of Great-West Lifeco, St. Charles Country Club, Manitoba Liberal Party Spouse(s) Louisa Adelaide Clara Gillespie Sept 6, 1876 - 1915 Children 12

  4. Jeffry Hall Brock | CBHF

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    Jeffry Hall Brock was born in Guelph, Ontario in 1850, the youngest of 11 children. He is remembered most notably as the founder of Great-West Life, one of the top insurance companies in North America today. Brock moved to Winnipeg in 1879 and established a partnership with Captain G.F. Carruthers, who was in the insurance and finance business.

  5. Memorable Manitobans: Jeffry Hall Brock (1850-1915)

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    He was a founding member of the St. Charles Country Club, in 1905, and was also a member of the Manitoba Club. Brock died at Long Beach, California on 27 March 1915 and was returned to Winnipeg for burial in St. John’s Cemetery. See also: Jeffry Hall Brock, Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online.

  6. BROCK, JEFFRY HALL – Volume XIV (1911-1920) - Biography

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    Jeffry Hall Brock was educated in public and private schools near Guelph and briefly at the High School of Montreal, a department of McGill College. As early as age 15, he was selling at a book and stationery store near his home. He then spent five years with various dry goods firms in St Louis, Mo., and with R. G. Dun and Company in Troy, N.Y.

  7. How Great-West Life became an insurance titan | CBC News

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    (Google Street View) Great-West Life's roots date back to 1891, when the company was founded in Winnipeg and a man named Jeffrey Hall Brock had a dream that many called impossible. At the...

  8. Jeffry Hall Brock - Founder @ Empower Retirement - Crunchbase...

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    Jeffry Hall Brock is the Founder at Empower Retirement.

  9. Jeffry Hall Brock Photos and Premium High Res Pictures - Getty...

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    Jeffry Hall Brock Photos and Premium High Res Pictures - Getty Images CREATIVE Collections Project #ShowUs Creative Insights Custom Content EDITORIAL VIDEO BBC Motion Gallery NBC News Archives MUSIC BLOG BROWSE PRICING BOARDS CART SIGN IN Editorial Images Images Creative Editorial Video Creative Editorial FILTERS CREATIVE EDITORIAL VIDEO All Sports

  10. Jeffry Hall Brock Born 6 Jan 1850 in Guelph, Upper Canada Ancestors Son of Thomas Rees Brock and Eleanor Thompson [sibling (s) unknown] [spouse (s) unknown] [children unknown] Died 27 Mar 1915 in Long Beach, CA, U.S. Profile last modified 3 Oct 2014 This page has been accessed 100 times. Biography

  11. Jeffry Hall Brock Biography | HowOld.co

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    Was a business executive in Troy, New York for RG Dunn & Company for three years from 1869 to 1872 then moved to Toronto to help his brother William Rees at Ogilvy and Company until 1877 when he and his brother started a dry goods business called W. R. Brock and Brother in Winnipeg but he didn't move to Winnipeg until George Frederick Carruthers …