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Floyd M. Wilson

business executive.

Floyd M. Wilson, business executive. Served with Kansas Volunteers, Infantry, Philippine Islands, 1898-1899.; Member Veterans of Foreign Wars, United Spanish War Veterans, Colorado Chamber of Commerce (director), Colorado Society for Crippled Children (directory); Mason. Elk.

Background

Wilson, Floyd M. was born on March 15, 1878 in Independence, Kansas, United States. Son of Ebenezeer E. and Morna (Moore) Wilson.

Education

Educational public schools of Independence.

Career

1 daughter, Katherine Barbara (Mistress Charles S. Kendall). Traveling freight agent, Member of Parliament Railway, Denver, 1903-1908. Established Denver Alfalfa Milling & Products Company, 1908, vice president, general manager, 1908-1938, president, 1938-1946.

Consolidated Pecos Valley and Denver Alfalfa Milling Company as National Alfalfa Dehydrating & Milling Company, Lamar, Colorado, 1946, and served as Chairman board since 1946. Director 1st National Bank of Lamar, United States National Bank, Denver.

Membership

Served with Kansas Volunteers, Infantry, Philippine Islands, 1898-1899. Member Veterans of Foreign Wars, United Spanish War Veterans, Colorado Chamber of Commerce (director), Colorado Society for Crippled Children (directory). Mason. Elk.; Clubs: Rotary, Hillcrest Country (Lamar).

Connections

Married Bertha Eskridge, June 3, 1908.

father:
Ebenezeer E. Wilson

mother:
Morna (Moore) Wilson

spouse:
Bertha Eskridge