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Floyd M. Wilson

Floyd M. Wilson, business executive. Served with Kansas Volunteers, Infantry, Philippine Islands, 1898-1899.; Member Veterans of Foreign Wars, United Spanish War Veterans, Colorado Chamber of Commerce (director), Colorado Society for Crippled Children (directory); Mason. Elk.

Background

  • Wilson, Floyd M. was born on March 15, 1878 in Independence, Kansas, United States. Son of Ebenezeer E. and Morna (Moore) Wilson.

  • Education

    • Educational public schools of Independence.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Katherine Barbara (Mistress Charles S. Kendall). Traveling freight agent, Member of Parliament Railway, Denver, 1903-1908. Established Denver Alfalfa Milling & Products Company, 1908, vice president, general manager, 1908-1938, president, 1938-1946.

      Consolidated Pecos Valley and Denver Alfalfa Milling Company as National Alfalfa Dehydrating & Milling Company, Lamar, Colorado, 1946, and served as Chairman board since 1946. Director 1st National Bank of Lamar, United States National Bank, Denver.

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Served with Kansas Volunteers, Infantry, Philippine Islands, 1898-1899. Member Veterans of Foreign Wars, United Spanish War Veterans, Colorado Chamber of Commerce (director), Colorado Society for Crippled Children (directory). Mason. Elk.; Clubs: Rotary, Hillcrest Country (Lamar).

    Connections

    • Married Bertha Eskridge, June 3, 1908.
    • father: Ebenezeer E. Wilson
    • mother: Morna (Moore) Wilson
    • spouse: Bertha Eskridge
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    Died August 30, 1958
    (aged 80)
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