Theodore Kane died on Feb. 23 at Exeter Hospital in Exeter, N.H., with his family by his side. He was 90.

He was the son of J. Sperry Kane and Regina A. Kane of Greenwich, Conn., and East Dorset, Vt. Ted attended Groton School, Harvard College (pre-war), Princeton University (post-war), and Stonier Graduate School of Business. During World War II, he served aboard an LST in the Allied invasion of Normandy. He rowed on the Ivy Champion 1948 Princeton Lightweight Crew.

Ted and his wife of 67 years, Carroll, lived in Princeton, N.J., Sewickley, Pa., and Exeter, N.H., and spent happy summers on Chappaquiddick, surrounded by family and friends. Ted was a member of the Beden’s Brook, Allegheny, Edgartown and Farm Neck golf clubs.

His 50-year career in trust banking included the Chase Manhattan Bank, Stuyvesant Asset Management, and Pittsburgh National Bank, and he served as treasurer to many organizations, including Colonial Club and Trinity Counseling Service. Ted and Carroll enjoyed travel with family, friends and classmates, and Ted was at his happiest when planning the next trip.

He is survived by his children, Theodore Gibbs Kane Jr., Richard Kane, and Katherine Blaxter, eight grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. Carroll O’Brien Kane, his beloved spouse, died in 2013.

A memorial service will be held on Chappaquiddick this summer.