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Ora BUNDY

Ora BUNDY, American Mayor, Ogden, Utah. Member of American Society of Civil Engineers; American Association E.; American Legion; 40 and 8; Elks; W.; Officers Reserve Corps grade of Major E.

Background

  • BUNDY, Ora was born on October 14, 1884 in Carthage, Indiana, United States. Son of Amassa D. and Mary Anne (Cole) Bundy.

  • Education

    • Carthage High School. Purdue University; C. E.

    Career

    • Lovina Singleton, November 6, 1926. Captain Engineers, 1917. Major Engineers, 1918.

      President, Utah Secretary American Society, Continuing Education. 1925; President, Ogden Chapt. American Association, 1928.

      Commander Herman Baker Post American Legion, Ogden, XTtah, 1929. Director, Elks, Exchange Club, Red Cross. Elected Mayor of Ogden City, 1929.

      Contractor for and built nationally famous Wendover Highway over salt beds, mud flats of western Utah, 1924-1925. Built roads, bridges in 19 states of considerable magnitude. Charge of a number of large Government, jobs during, alter late war.

      Remained in Regular Army until 1922, resigned to enter civil practice in E.

    Membership

    Member of American Society of Civil Engineers. American Association E. American Legion; 40 and 8.

    Elks; W.; Officers Reserve Corps grade of Major E. Clubs: Ogden Country, Exchange.

    Connections

    • Spouse Bessie V. Evans, June 17, 1913.
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