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Fred Leland Fletcher

Fred Leland Fletcher, American banking, mining executive. award, Reno, 1963-1964. Member Nevada-California Joint Compact Commission, 1964-1966. Trustee Lake Tahoe Area Council, 1961-1965.

Background

  • Fletcher, Fred Leland was born on February 15, 1911 in Virginia City, Nevada, United States. Son of Charles E. and Clara (Collins) Fletcher.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Engineering, U. Nevada, 1933.

    Career

    • Highway Department, 1933-1935. Engineer Sierra Pacific Power Company, 1935-1941, executive vice president, Reno, 1959-1960, president, 1961-1965, now director. Engineer Central Illinois Electric & Gas Company, Rockford, Illinois, 1941-1946, general sales manager, 1946-1954, vice president, 1954-1960.

      President Lands of Sierra, Inc., Reno, 1964-1965, Fletcher Engineers, Inc., from 1966, Pan-World Engineers, Inc., from 1966. Chairman of the Board Siskon Corporation, from 1966. Director Pacific Coast Elec.

      Association, 1961-1965.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member Nevada-California Joint Compact Commission, 1964-1966. Trustee Lake Tahoe Area Council, 1961-1965. Clubs: Rotary, Prospectors (director), Hidden Valley Country (president 1966, director), Press (Reno).

    Connections

    • Married Dorothy Ann Edwards, August 6, 1939. Children: Douglas C., Bernard J., Charles E. Engineer.
    • father: Charles E. Fletcher
    • mother: Clara (Collins) Fletcher
    • spouse: Dorothy Ann Edwards
    • children: Douglas C. Fletcher
    • Bernard J. Fletcher
    • Charles E. Engr Fletcher
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    Born February 15, 1911
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