Jean Cattier (1902-1990), enige zoon van Félicien Cattier, overleden. R.I.P.

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Jean Cattier, retired chairman of the European American Bank, a European bank consortium that he helped found in 1968, died of respiratory failure on Saturday at his home in Locust Valley, L.I. He was 88 years old. Mr. Cattier was a native of Brussels who came to this country in 1926. He was a partner in the investment banking house of White, Weld & Company for more than 40 years, rising to executive committee chairman and retiring in 1973. He had also been chairman of the Belgian-American Bank and the Belgian Line and president of the Belgian American Chamber of Commerce.

In the early 1950's, Mr. Cattier was the financial chief of Marshall Plan operations in West Germany, and in World War II he served in the armies of Belgium and the United States, rising to lieutenant colonel.

Surviving are his wife, Marianne; a daughter, Suzanne Taliaferro of Manhattan; four sons, John, of Barre, Vt.; Alan, of Alexandria, Va., and Henri and Jacques, both of Locust Valley, and a granddaughter.