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Larry Raymond Shotwell

Dr. Larry Raymond Shotwell, 80, former Vice President, Finance for the Pacific Stock Exchange passed away quietly on October 5 in Novato, CA as a result of complications from treatment for cancer. He is survived by his wife of 40 years, Mary Katherine Williamson Shotwell, his brother Donald Shotwell and sister-in-law Jo Ann Vance Shotwell of Bryn Mawr, PA, and stepchildren, Wm Patrick Cranley of Shanghai, China and Mary Cranley of Oakland, CA. Larry was the son of the late Harry and Frances Shotwell of Fairview Park, OH. Memorials may be sent as gifts to the .

Larry began his professional career with the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland after graduating with a Ph.D in economics from Ohio State University. Following his work at the Federal Reserve, he served as President of Comcres, a subsidiary of Commercial Credit Corporation before joining the Pacific Stock Exchange.

After retiring from the Pacific Exchange, Larry received a Fulbright Scholarship to lecture on economics and banking in China, where he lectured at several universities. After his return, Larry taught economics and banking at San Francisco State University, San Francisco University, Golden State University, and Sonoma State University.

Larry had a wide range of interests. He enjoyed travel and discussion of world events and was an active member of the World Affairs Council and member of the Olympic Club and mentor to many. He skied and hunted with friends and colleagues in many locations around the world. He loved horseback riding and tennis with his beloved wife Katherine.

Larry's warm and friendly manner, deep knowledge and companionship will be greatly missed by his many friends around the world, his business colleagues, and his loving family.
Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Oct. 14, 2018
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