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Lawyer

Ben B. Johnson, American lawyer. Bar: Utah 1931, Idaho 1931.

Background

Johnson, Ben B. was born on March 1, 1906 in Preston, Idaho, United States. Son of Julius and Marian (Jensen) Johnson.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Economics, University Utah, 1929. Bachelor of Laws, University Utah, 1931. Postgraduate, Stanford University, 1935.

Career

Prospective attorney Franklin County, Preston, 1937—1945. Private practice, since 1936.

Achievements

  • Bar: Utah 1931, Idaho 1931.

Membership

Candidate United States Senate, 1944. Chairman Franklin County War Bond Doctor, 1941—1945. Agricultural adviser to presidential candidate Richard Nixon, 1960.

Member of Blue Key, Preston Chamber of Commerce (Grassman of Year 1964), United States Junior Chamber of C. (director Idaho chapter 1940, Distinguished Service award 1939), Idaho Chamber of Commerce (president 1939), Idaho Agricultural Council 1954-1955, Idaho Potato Producers Association 1953-1954, Prospective Attorneys (Idaho) 1941-1944, Delta Theta Phi.

Connections

Married Dorothy Abbott, August 10, 1935. Children: Steven A., Kent B., Ralph B., Jan J.

father:
Julius Johnson

mother:
Marian (Jensen) Johnson

spouse:
Dorothy Abbott

child:
Kent B. Johnson

child:
Steven A. Johnson

child:
Jan J. Johnson

child:
Ralph B. Johnson