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Lawyer

Clarence Cannon Neslen, American lawyer. Decorated Bronze Star medal. Served lieutenant colonel Army of the United States, 1940-1946. colonel Judge Advisory General Corps Reserve; Member American Legion (state commander 1949-1950), Beta Theta Pi.; Member Church Jesus Christ of Latter-day Salt Lake City University of Texas.

Background

Neslen, Clarence Cannon was born on January 14, 1907 in Salt Lake City. Son of Charles Clarence and Grace (Cannon) Neslen.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Utah, 1933. Juris Doctor, George Washington University, 1937. M. Leone Rockwood, April 7, 1937.

Career

Admitted to District of Columbia Bar, 1936, Utah bar, 1937, Supreme Court of the United States Court, 1955, United States Court Military Appeals, 1955. Review attorney Social Security Board, 1936-1939. Area administrator Railroad Retirement Board, Utah, Idaho, Nevada, 1939-1940.

Counsel Utah Tax Commission, 1946-1947. Member firm Neslen & Mock, Salt Lake City, 1958-1970. Director Lone Star Mining & Development Corporation, Monte Cristo Corporation Chairman, Utah Merit Council.

Membership

Served lieutenant colonel Army of the United States, 1940-1946. colonel Judge Advisory General Corps Reserve. Member American Legion (state commander 1949-1950), Beta Theta Pi. Member Church Jesus Christ of Latter-day Salt Lake City University of Texas.

Connections

Children: Clarence Cannon, Richard R., Roger H., Elizabeth.

father:
Charles Clarence Neslen

mother:
Grace (Cannon) Neslen

children:
Clarence Cannon Neslen

Richard R. Neslen

Roger H. Neslen

Elizabeth Neslen