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John Davis Bradley

John Davis Bradley, American mining engineer. Member American Institute Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Mining and Metallurgical Society American, Lead Industries Association (president, director), American Zinc Institute (vice president, director), also Newcomen Society.

Background

  • Bradley, John Davis was born on October 26, 1910 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Frederick Worthen and Mary (Parks) Bradley.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University California, 1933.

    Career

    • Director Bunker Hill Company (formerly Bunker Hill & Sullivan Manufacturing Company), San Francisco, since 1938, executive vice president, 1954-1955, president, since 1955. Director Bradley Mining Company, San Francisco, since 1934, vice president, 1936-1946, executive vice president, since 1946. President, director Aircraft Service Company, Boise, Idaho, since 1947.

      Vice-president, director Sullivan Mining Company, Kellogg, Idaho, 1954-1955, now subsidiary Bunker Hill Company. Vice-president, director Pend Oreille Mines & Metals Company, Reeves MacDonald Mines, Ltd.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Member American Institute Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Mining and Metallurgical Society American, Lead Industries Association (president, director), American Zinc Institute (vice president, director), also Newcomen Society. Clubs: Pacific Union (San Francisco).

    Connections

    • Married Jane Easton, January 12, 1935. Children: John Easton, Lynn Bradley.
    • father: Frederick Worthen Bradley
    • mother: Mary (Parks) Bradley
    • spouse: Jane Easton
    • children: John Easton Bradley
    • Lynn Bradley
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    Born October 26, 1910
    Died November, 1959
    (aged 49)
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