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Llewellyn Evans

Llewellyn Evans, American electrical engineer. Fellow American Institute Elec. Engineers; member American Society Civil Engineers, Alpha Sigma Phi.

Background

  • Evans, Llewellyn was born on July 16, 1882 in near Milbank, South Dakota, United States. Son of William Morris and Emma (Geil) Evans.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University of California, 1907.

    Career

    • Apprentice electrician, Tacoma, Washington, 1900-1903. Electrical engineer and contractor with D. T. Dickson, Tacoma, 1908-1914. Private practice, 1914-1916.

      Superintendent of light, Department of Public Utilities, Tacoma, 1916-1933. Chief electrical engineer Tennessee Valley Authority, Wilson Dam, Alabama, 1933-1937. Chief consultant electrical engineer Tennessee Valley Authority, from 1937.

      1942-1944 consultant for War Production Board, Washington, District of Columbia. 1945 consultant for F.E.A., Chinese War Production Board, Chungking. 1946 consultant for Allied Council of Austria, Vienna.

    Religion

    Denomination: Conglist

    Membership

    Fellow American Institute Elec. Engineers; member American Society Civil Engineers, Alpha Sigma Phi.

    Connections

    • Married Clara May Wilt, August 31, 1909. Children: Elizabeth Muriel, Ruth Helen.
    • father: William Morris Evans
    • mother: Emma (Geil) Evans
    • spouse: Clara May Wilt
    • children: Elizabeth Muriel Evans
    • Ruth Helen Evans
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    Born July 16, 1882
    Died September 13, 1975
    (aged 93)
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