Ray M. Gidney
20th Comptroller of the Currency
Dates Served: April 16, 1953 - November 15, 1961
Ray M. Gidney was named Comptroller by President Eisenhower after a long and distinguished career in banking. He served as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland prior to his appointment. Gidney was known for the quiet and competent manner in which he ran the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. He resigned to accept a position with a large bank in Jacksonville, Florida.