|Born||Herbert Loeb Hutner
December 21, 1908
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Died||December 7, 2008
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Occupation||Private investment banker, attorney|
Herbert Loeb Hutner (December 21, 1908 – December 7, 2008) was an American private investment banker, attorney and philanthropist.
Hutner started his career on Wall Street, founding Osterman & Hutner with Lester Osterman. He then served as the Chairman of Sleight & Hellmuth Inc., Pressed Metals of America, Struthers Wells Corp. and the Platinum Mining Co.. Later, he served as the President of the New England Life Insurance Co.
Hutner was married three times. With his first (unknown) wife, he had a son, Jeffrey Hutner (b. 1942), and a daughter, Lynn M. Collwell (b. 1945). His second wife was Zsa Zsa Gabor; they married on November 5, 1962. They divorced on March 3, 1966. He married his third wife Juli Reding (1936), an actress, on her 33rd birthday, November 28, 1969.
- The Associated Press, Herbert L. Hutner, Arts Adviser, Is Dead at 99, The New York Times, December 19, 2008
- Times Staff Reports, Herbert L. Hutner dies at 99; former chairman of President's Advisory Committee on the Arts, The Los Angeles Times, October 19, 2008
- Obituaries, Columbia College Today, July/August 2009
- Herbert L. Hutner ’31, Columbia Law School Magazine, December 7, 2008