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The Harbaughs of Banking: Siblings Around the Industry

The Harbaugh brothers have become a key theme for this year's Super Bowl. Banking has also had its share of sibling combinations over the years.

Jerry and John Grundhofer Jerry and John Grundhofer

John Grundhofer was the CEO of U.S. Bancorp in 2000 when he sold the company to Firstar, which was run by his younger brother (pictured).

Arthur, Herbert and Percy Salomon Arthur, Herbert and Percy Salomon

These brothers co-founded investment bank Salomon Brothers in the early 20th Century. It was sold to Travelers in the late 1990s, which was in turn absorbed by Citigroup. (Image: Bloomberg News)

Lewis and Frank Holding Lewis and Frank Holding

The Holdings held the top spots at First Citizens BancShares in North Carolina for decades. Lewis Holding (pictured) died in 2009. Frank and his children are still involved with the bank.

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Frank Holding and Hope Holding Connell Frank Holding and Hope Holding Connell

Frank Holding Jr. (pictured) is First Citizens' CEO, while his sister, Hope, also has certain managerial duties. Their father and uncle ran the bank for years before passing the torch.

John and George Borba John and George Borba

The brothers co-founded CVB Financial just east of Los Angeles in the 1970s. George died last October; John retired from CVB's board a month later. (Image: Fotolia)

Mark and Doug Timmerman Mark and Doug Timmerman

Doug (pictured) is a former president and CEO of Anchor BanCorp Wisconsin. Mark was president and CEO of AnchorBank. Those posts are now held by Chris Bauer.

Roger and Glenn Moyer Roger and Glenn Moyer

Glenn, a former CEO of National Penn Bancshares, is the Secretary of Banking in Pennsylvania. His brother, Roger (pictured), was CEO of Sterling Financial, which sold to PNC in 2007.

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Bobby, Tommy and Jimmy Lowder Bobby, Tommy and Jimmy Lowder

The Lowders bought one of their father's companies in the 1970s. Tommy became the CEO of Colonial Properties Trust, a REIT, while Bobby (pictured) became the CEO of Colonial Bank, which failed in 2009.

The Harbaugh brothers have become a key theme for this year's Super Bowl. Banking has also had its share of sibling combinations over the years.

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