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Lawyer

Barak Thomas Mattingly, American lawyer. Served as private 6th Regiment, United States Marine Corps, 2d Division, Advertising Educational Foundation, 1917-1919. Director Central Hospital; Member American, Missouri State, St. Louis bar associations, American Judicature society, American Legion (chairman commanders conference), Soldier Memorial Commission (vice chairman), Marine Corps League, Purple Heart Society; Mason (32°, Shriner).

Background

Mattingly, Barak Thomas was born on March 15, 1901 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, United States. Son of Hunter and Hallie (Beam) Mattingly.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Marvin College, Frederickstown, Missouri, 1917. Student St. Saint Louis University, 1920-1921. Bachelor of Laws, Master of Laws, City College Law, St. Louis, 1924.

Career

Admitted to Missouri bar, 1924, since practiced in St. Louis, senior partner, Lowenhaupt, Mattingly, Charnoff & Stolar. Chairman of the Board Ozark Airlines. Chairman, vice president Accounts Supervision Company, Parliament Loan Company.

Chairman The Bank of Ferguson. President The Underwriters Company. Director, vice president National Hotel Enterprises, Inc., City Business Terminal, Inc.

Director American Transit Corporation, National Warehouses, Inc. Chairman Missouri Republican Committee, 1937, 38, 39. Member Republican National Committee, 1940-1946.

Membership

Served as private 6th Regiment, United States Marine Corps, 2d Division, Advertising Educational Foundation, 1917-1919. Director Central Hospital. Member American, Missouri State, St. Louis bar associations, American Judicature society, American Legion (chairman commanders conference), Soldier Memorial Commission (vice chairman), Marine Corps League, Purple Heart Society.

Mason (32°, Shriner). Clubs: Ambassador, Balboa Bay, Capitol Hill, John Marshall, National.

Connections

Married Melba Schmidt, December 30, 1922.

father:
Hunter Mattingly

mother:
Hallie (Beam) Mattingly

spouse:
Melba Schmidt