Peter W. Duble
Peter W. Duble joined The Northern Insurance Co. of New York following his graduation from Greenwich High School and subsequent Harvard graduation in 1948. He was serving as a special agent out of the New Haven office in 1955, when he decided to go to work for The Clarence W. Crook Agency in New Haven. He became a partner in that agency in 1958 and resigned in 1962 to form his own firm bearing his name. "Mr. Duble," as he was affectionately known by his employees and clients, served as President of Duble & O'Hearn until his retirement in 1989. Peter Wright Duble passed away in July of 2009 at the age of 89.
C. Michael O'Hearn, Jr.
C. Michael O'Hearn, Jr., a graduate of Philips Exeter Academy and Yale University, served as an officer of The First National City Bank of New York, before joining Peter Duble & Co. in 1964, as an account executive and producer. Three years later, in 1967, Duble & O'Hearn, Inc. was formed to reflect the new partnership between the two principals, and the two worked together, building the practice, for the next 22 years until Duble's retirement in 1989, whereupon O'Hearn took over as President and Owner of the firm. Not unlike his business partner, Mike was an excellent sportsman, most notably among his accomplishments in this venue, winning the National Platform Tennis Championship with his playing partner in 1965. C. Michael O'Hearn, Jr. retired at the end of 1997, after 30 years of continuous service to the firm.