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Ardon Berkeley Judd, American corporation executive. Member National Petroleum Council, 1947-1948, American Petroleum Institute, Beta Theta Pi.

Background

Judd, Ardon Berkeley was born on August 22, 1890 in Nebraska City, Nebraska, United States. Son of Homer Ardon and Minerva Douglass (Berkeley) Judd.

Education

Student Denison U.; Bachelor of Laws, University Texas, 1913.

Career

C. Brown Junior), Ardon Berkeley. Admitted to Texas bar, 1913. Practiced in Fort Worth, 1913-1917, Tampico, Mexico, 1920-1922.

Secretary Republic Supply Company, a subsidiary of Republic Steel Corporation, Houston, 1923-1941, vice president, 1941-1948, president, 1948. President Southwest Fabricating & Welding Company, Inc., from 1952. Director Tennessee Gas Transmission Company Breeder of pure bred Santa Gertrudis cattle, Houston, from 1951.

Founder, trustee, St. John’s School, Houston.

Membership

Member National Petroleum Council, 1947-1948, American Petroleum Institute, Beta Theta Pi. Clubs: Ramada, Tejas, Houston Country, River Oaks Country.

Connections

Married Sallie Reynolds Matthews, October 20, 1920. Children: Sally Ann (Mistress.

father:
Homer Ardon Judd

mother:
Minerva Douglass (Berkeley) Judd

spouse:
Sallie Reynolds Matthews

child:
Sally Ann (Mrs Judd