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Arthur Beebe Darling

Arthur Beebe Darling, American banker. Member Psi Upsilon.; Mason (K.T. 32 degree).


  • Darling, Arthur Beebe was born on December 19, 1873 in Waterville, New York, United States. Son of Josiah Cook and Frances Lamercia (Beebe) Darling.

  • Education

    • Graduate Cazenovia (New York) Seminary, 1891. Bachelor of Arts, Wesleyan University, Connecticut, 1895. A.M., Harvard, 1901.


    • Teacher, Cazenovia (New York) Seminary and Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown, New Jersey, until 1903. Assistant cashier Redfield (South Dakot) National Bank, 1904-1907. Farm loan business, Redfield, 1907-1913.

      Vice president Western National Bank, Mitchell, South Dakot, 1913-1918, also secretary South Dakot Bankers’ Association, 1915-1918. Vice president Security National Bank, Sioux City, Iowa, 1918-1923, president 1923-1928. Vice-president and chairman of the executive committee Toy National Bank, Vice-President Farmers Loan & Trust Company, 1928-1933.

      Trustee operating Central West Public Service Company, 1934-1939. Broker, Los Angeles, 1939-1940. Was on Executive Committee American Red Cross and Liberty Loan Drives, and as four-minute manitoba Ex-president Sioux City Chamber Commerce, Sioux City Clearing House Association.

      Trustee Methodist Hospital.


    The Church is after all a movement which sought to inject passion, direction and purpose into the spiritual lives of the people.

    Party affiliation: Republican


    The Gospel of Christ shows the essential steps that one must take to attain the goal of salvation.

    Denomination: Methodist


    Bible is the primary source of theology and doctrine, with three others being tradition, reason and experience.


    Member Psi Upsilon.; Mason (K.T. 32 degree). Clubs: Sioux City Country, Rotary.


    • Married Lonelle Stoddard Walker, February 17, 1909.
    • father: Josiah Cook Darling
    • mother: Frances Lamercia (Beebe) Darling
    • spouse: Lonelle Stoddard Walker
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    Born December 19, 1873