J. Christopher Burch
American businessman
J. Christopher Burch
J. Christopher Burch is an entrepreneur active in the lifestyle brand and retail sectors. He is the founder and CEO of Burch Creative Capital," class="external free" title="http://www. burchcreativecapital. com)," rel="nofollow">http://www. burchcreativecapital. com), an operational firm that manages venture investments and brand development with offices in New York City and Shanghai.
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BURCH v. JORDAN - Leagle.com
Google News - over 5 years
Appellant Timothy J. Burch is a sexually violent predator committed to the Sexual Predator Treatment Program ("SPTP") at Larned State Hospital. He and other Larned residents initiated this action under 42 USC § 1983 to challenge the adequacy of the
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Cardross in goalless cup draw - Lennox Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Cardross are back to league business next Saturday at home to Aikenhead Thistle. Cardross: Gedman, McArthur, Lees, Earle, Goodwin, Hughes, Ferguson, McKell, McMaster, O'Meara, McKay, Rennie, Beaton, J Burch, Young, Neary, Lewis
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Una Marquerite Botham (PINEHURST, N.C.) - The Augusta Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
Edward J. Burch officiating. Mrs. Botham is survived by her two sons, Bill Botham of Augusta; GA, and Raymond Howard Botham and wife Caroline of Black Mountain; NC. Two daughters, Diane Elizabeth Botham of Albuquerque; NM, and Susan Yvonne Pruett and
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Top 10 Kalamazoo area events for the fall: Fall Arts Preview - Kalamazoo Gazette - MLive.com
Google News - over 5 years
Family Fun Festival & Chili In the Park — Chili cook-off and family activities, 1-3 pm Oct. 1, Leo J. Burch Park, Schoolcraft. Free. 269-679-5291, kcsbank.com. Brian Regan — Comedian, 8 pm Oct. 1, DeVos Performance Hall, 303 Monroe Ave
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Cardross AFC hit ten goals again - Lennox Herald
Google News - over 5 years
They are back on League Cup duty next Saturday with a home fixture against John Street. Cardross: Gedman; McArthur, Lees, Anderson, Goodwin, J Burch, Beaton, Young, Ferguson, Hughes, O'Meara, McKay, Rennie, N Burch, McMaster, McKell ,Lewis
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Cardross AFC in 10-goal rout at Knightswood - Lennox Herald
Google News - over 5 years
This was another good win for Cardross, ahead of their league season starting next Saturday. Cardross: Gedman; McArthur, Lees, Anderson, Goodwin, Young, Earle, Beaton, Ferguson, O'Meara, McKay. Subs: J Burch, McMaster, McKell, Rennie, N Burch, Hughes
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Engineer's passion carried over to Marquette basketball - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Google News - over 5 years
McMahon nicknamed her "Scoops," something he said she loved. The funeral will be held at 11 am Saturday at Gesu Church, 1145 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee. Visitation begins at 10 am Memorials are suggested to the Rev. Thaddeus J. Burch, SJ Scholarship
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Deeds Recorded - Aug. 14, 2011 - Lancaster Newspapers
Google News - over 5 years
Qamil Gashi conveyed 1211 Wabank Road to Lorenzo Burch and Kathy J. Burch for $100000. Angel M. Nazario and Madelin A. Morales conveyed 1013 Ayres Court to Saroeurn Jon for $108000. James E. Diem and Mary C. Diem conveyed 1136 Fremont St. to Daniel W
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Hospital merger will limit reproductive care - Lexington Herald Leader
Google News - over 5 years
As Catholic lawmakers, we second the apprehensions of both patients and doctors and look forward to the details of a plan that will keep a full range of reproductive health care for all citizens. Rep. Thomas J. Burch and Rep
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Catherine Burch, Gary Belkin
NYTimes - over 5 years
Catherine Carter Winslow Burch and Dr. Gary Stuart Belkin are to be married Sunday on Governors Island in New York. The Rev. Virginia Hill Worden, an interfaith minister, is to officiate with Cantor Tyrone Bauer. The bride, 31, is a history teacher at Humanities Preparatory Academy, a public high school in New York. She graduated from Harvard,
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Paid Notice: Deaths HART, KITTY CARLISLE
NYTimes - almost 10 years
HART--Kitty Carlisle. The Board of Trustees and staff of Carnegie Hall mourn the loss of our dear friend and colleague, Kitty Carlisle Hart. A true champion of the arts, Kitty was a tireless and persuasive advocate who, as Chairman of the New York State Council on the Arts, fought to ensure that culture flourished not only in major urban centers
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Paid Notice: Deaths PAPERT, DIANE KEEDWELL
NYTimes - over 10 years
PAPERT--Diane Keedwell. We mourn the loss of Diane Papert, wife of Graduate Center Foundation Board member Fred Papert, and extend heartfelt condolences to her enfire family. William P. Kelly, President CUNY Graduate Center Amabel B. James, Chair, Board of Trustees, Graduate Center Foundation $(6$)PAPERT--Diane Keedwell. The Officers, Directors and
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Paid Notice: Deaths GOLD, LEONA
NYTimes - almost 11 years
GOLD--Leona passed away peacefully at the age of 91. Leona was for many years treasurer & in charge of finances at the Henry Street Settlement. After she retired from the staff she became a member of the Board of Directors. She retired from the Board to move to Texas to be with her family. She was a key and beloved member of the management team
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THE VIOXX DECISION: COX-2 DRUGS; Can Painkillers Recover?
NYTimes - over 11 years
Cox-2 drugs are down. But they may not be out. By deciding yesterday that the Merck drug Vioxx contributed to the death of a Texas man, a jury dealt another punch to the battered class of arthritis painkillers known as cox-2's. Merck withdrew Vioxx from the market last fall over safety concerns, and Pfizer did the same thing a few months later with
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Paid Notice: Deaths ABRONS, HERBERT LEHMAN
NYTimes - about 12 years
ABRONS--Herbert Lehman died in his 93rd year on January 15, 2005 in Naples, FL. He was a son of Louis Abrons and Anne Schroeder and attended Yale College and Yale Law School. During World War II he served in the Navy as gunnery officer on a ship carrying munitions to the Philippines. He was an assistant U.S. Attorney General and then counsel for
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Get Out the Vote, Here and There
NYTimes - over 12 years
To the Editor: I am alarmed that ''the Pentagon has been directed to run'' the program for military personnel and civilians intended to help solve the problems in the absentee ballot voting system (front page, Sept. 29). At any time, but especially in a time of war, the conflict of interest seems clear. As voters, both at home and abroad, we should
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Paid Notice: Deaths BURCH, PETER J.
NYTimes - over 19 years
BURCH-Peter J., 71, of Hendersonville, NC, on June 11 at Pardee Hospital. Thomas Shepherd & Son Funeral Home: 704-693-3435.
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J. Burch McMorran Is Dead at 92; Built Many Public Works Projects
NYTimes - over 25 years
J. Burch McMorran, a career civil servant who helped design and build some of the most important public works projects in New York State, died on Sunday at Eddy Memorial Geriatric Center in Troy, N.Y. He was 92 years old and lived in Troy. He died of cardiac arrest, his family said. Mr. McMorran got a job as a road laborer in 1918, just after being
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of J. Christopher Burch
    FIFTIES
  • 2012
    Age 58
    In 2012, J. Christopher Capital changed its name to Burch Creative Capital to better reflect Burch’s belief that venture capital must evolve to include more entrepreneurial and creative skills in order to succeed.
    More Details Hide Details With offices globally, Burch Creative Capital supports all areas of a business framework from sourcing and manufacturing to design and marketing. Burch is currently launching several lifestyle and consumer products brands. C. Wonder is an apparel, accessories and home decor retailer. MONIKA CHIANG is a curated collection of apparel, handbags, shoes and jewelry. No. 9 Christopher is a high end home furnishings and apparel company. Poppin is a new office products brand. Electric Love Army is a sportswear label created with TV personality and People’s Revolution publicist Kelly Cutrone. Burch sits on the boards of Tory Burch LLC and the Rothman Institute Orthopedic Foundation. He is a past board member of Guggenheim Partners, The Continuum Group, and the Tilton School. He is a past president of The Pierre Hotel Co-op Board.
  • 2008
    Age 54
    In 2008, Burch established J. Christopher Capital to manage his diverse portfolio of investments and brands in development.
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  • 2004
    Age 50
    In 2004, he partnered with architect Philippe Stark and hotelier Alan Faena to redevelop an underutilized parcel of land in Buenos Aires into the Faena Hotel+Universe.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1976
    Age 22
    In 1976, while still an undergraduate at Ithaca College, Burch and his brother Robert started Eagle’s Eye apparel with an initial investment of $2,000.
    More Details Hide Details The name was an homage to their father, whose nickname was Eagle. Fueling the burgeoning preppy craze, Eagle’s Eye designed and sold women’s, men’s and children’s sweaters adorned with embroidered motifs. When the very first shipment of sweaters arrived smaller than expected, Burch and his brother—selling door to door on and around their college campus—convinced women that the snug fit was stylish. Over the next decade, Eagle’s Eye expanded to national distribution, including more than 50 of the brand’s own retail stores. Eagle’s Eye was partially sold to Swire Group in 1989 and entirely in 1998 in a deal that valued the brand at $60 million. After the sale of Eagle’s Eye, Burch pursued investment opportunities across a range of industries, combining his financial resources, entrepreneurial background, and global manufacturing relationships to fund and advocate for more than 50 companies. Burch was one of the earliest investors in Internet Capital Group, a well-known IPO story in the Internet space. He also invested in a number of well-known businesses, most notably Aliph (manufacturer of Jawbone, the leading Bluetooth mobile phone headset); Powermat wireless charging stations; women’s fashion label Tory Burch (formerly “Tory by TRB”) in partnership with his former wife; and Voss Water.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1953
    Born
    Born in 1953.
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