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Banker

Betty Jean Mosiman, American banker. Member of American Institute Banking, National Association Bank Women, Soroptimist (delegate).

Background

Mosiman, Betty Jean was born on December 18, 1942 in Wichita, Kansas, United States. Daughter of John Richard and Mary Jean (Miller) Mosiman.

Education

Student, Chemeketa Community College, 1973—1974. Student, Portland Community College, 1975—1976. Graduate, Northwest Intermediate Banking School, 1977.

Career

With United States National Bank, McMinnville, Oregon, 1960—1962, First National Bank McMinnville, 1963—1965. With library aide School District Northern 40, McMinnville, 1971—1973. Co-manager Mississippi Cellar, 1973—1974.

Assistant vice president First National Bank McMinnville, 1974—1983, Valey Community Bank, McMinnville, since 1983. Workshop instructor Chemeketa Community College, 1982. Board directors McMinnville Community Concert, 1983—1984.

Volunteer Rape Victim Advocate Program, 1981. County chairman Mother's March Dimes, 1969. Treasurer board center Adolescent Research and Development, 1981—1983.

Treasurer Boys & Girls Aid Society, 1979.

Membership

Member of American Institute Banking, National Association Bank Women, Soroptimist (delegate).

Connections

Married Jeffrey Eliot Kizer Mosiman, April 27, 1962 (divorced 1971). Children: Derek Andrew, Douglas Alan.

father:
John Richard Mosiman

mother:
Mary Jean (Miller) Mosiman

spouse:
Jeffrey Eliot Kizer Mosiman

children:
Derek Andrew Mosiman

Douglas Alan Mosiman