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Banker

Franklin Benjamin Flanders, American banker. Named Outstanding Citizen, Woodmen of World, 1983; recipient Honorary Chapter Farmer award, Future Farmers America, 1983. Secretary & treasurer Cen-Pac, Marksville, 1983; Member of Avoyelles Parish Bankers Association (secretary & treasurer since 1980), Knights of Columbus Lodge (district department 1979-1981).

Background

Flanders, Franklin Benjamin was born on July 16, 1942 in Gretna, Louisiana, United States. Son of Robert Seal and Louise Vivian (Ferguson) Flanders.

Education

Student, University Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, 1961—1963.

Career

Adjuster United Credit, New Orleans, 1965—1966. Manager Gulfco Finance, Bunkie, 1967—1969. Credit manager Devillier Furniture, Cottonport, 1969—1970.

Assistant vice president, secretary treasurer Central Louisiana Bank & Trust, Marksville, since 1970. Director American Institute Banking, 1980—1982. Secretary treasurer Avoyelles Agriculture Credit Corporation, Marksville, since 1983.

Membership

Secretary & treasurer Cen-Pac, Marksville, 1983. Member of Avoyelles Parish Bankers Association (secretary & treasurer since 1980), Knights of Columbus Lodge (district department 1979-1981).

Connections

Married Judith Arlene Riche, October 17, 1964. Children: Franklin Benjamin, Christopher M., Bernadette L.

father:
Robert Seal Flanders

mother:
Louise Vivian (Ferguson) Flanders

spouse:
Judith Arlene Riche

children:
Franklin Benjamin Flanders

Christopher M. Flanders

Bernadette L. Flanders