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Cale Wellman Carson

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Cale Wellman Carson, American banker. Served as major infantry United States Army, Advertising Educational Foundation, 1917-1918.; Member New Mexico (past president), American bankers associations, N.A.M., Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce; Rotarian.

Background

Carson, Cale Wellman was born on November 19, 1891 in Ashland, Kansas, United States. Son of Cale Wellman and Mattie (Congelton) Carson.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Kansas, 1915.

Career

Cashier, First National Bank, Spearman, Texas, 1919-1925. Vice president First National Bank, Amarillo, Texas, 1925-1929. Liquidating agent National Bank of Commerce, 1931.

Deputy land bank commissioner, Washington, 1933. President First National Bank, Albuquerque, 1933-1961, Chairman of the Board, 1961-1969. Past director Denver branch Federal Reserve Bank Kansas City.

State chairman War Finance Committee, World World War II. Former member State Board Finance. Trustee emeritus Lovelace Foundation for Medical Edition and Research, S.W. Research Institute, San Antonio.

Board directors.

Membership

Served as major infantry United States Army, Advertising Educational Foundation, 1917-1918. Member New Mexico (past president), American bankers associations, N.A.M., Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce. Rotarian.; Clubs: Albuquerque Country, Petroleum (Albuquerque).

Connections

Married Alice Coors, November 29, 1922 (deceased).; married second, Ruth Eaves, June 6, 1959. Children: Kathryn, Cale Wellman.

father:
Cale Wellman Carson

mother:
Mattie (Congelton) Carson

spouses:
Alice Coors

Ruth Eaves

children:
Kathryn Carson

Cale Wellman Carson