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Orval Webster Adams

Orval Webster Adams, American banker. Member American Bankers Association (president 1937-1938), Sigma Chi.; Member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (auditing committee).

Background

  • Adams, Orval Webster was born on April 10, 1884 in Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States. Son of Orval F. and Marion (Nelson) Adams.

  • Education

    • Educated Utah State Agricultural College, 1900-1903.

    Career

    • With 1st National Bank, Logan, Utah, 1903-1910. Cashier Hyrum (Utah) State Bank, 1910-1912. In Liverpool, England, 1912-1914.

      Cashier Farmers & Merchants Bank, Logan, 1914-1916, Thatcher Brothers Banking Company, Logan, 1916-1920. Vice president 1st National Bank and Ogden Savings Bank, Ogden, Utah, 1920-1921. Chairman of the Board, member Executive Committee Zions First National Bank.

      Director, member Executive Committee Zion’s Cooperative Merc. Institute; director Utah-Idaho Sugar Company. Member Executive Committee Beneficial Life Insurance Company, Hotel Utah.

      Director Utah Fuel Company. Director, member finance committee D.&R.G.W. R.R. Director Mount Fuel Supply Company.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member American Bankers Association (president 1937-1938), Sigma Chi. Member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (auditing committee). Clubs: Alta, Salt Lake Country.

    Connections

    • Married Luella Nebeker, June 1911. Children: Allan Nebeker, Lane Webster, Hyrum Adams, Theodore Nebeker, Preston Geddes, Orval Webster.
    • father: Orval F. Adams
    • mother: Marion (Nelson) Adams
    • spouse: Luella Nebeker
    • children: Allan Nebeker Adams
    • Lane Webster Adams
    • Hyrum Adams
    • Theodore Nebeker Adams
    • Preston Geddes Adams
    • Orval Webster Adams
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    Born April 10, 1884
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