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livestock rancher , corporation executive

George Norman Winder, American livestock rancher, corporation executive. Member Colorado (president 1935-1938), National (president 1943-1946) wool growers associations, Chamber of Commerce, Woolens & Worsteds of America, Inc. (president since 1958), American Legion, American Sheep Producers Council (president), Beta Theta Pi.; Member Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints.

Background

Winder, George Norman was born on August 31, 1897 in Murray, Utah, United States. Son of Richard Henry and Mary Emma (Cahoon) Winder.

Education

Student of University Utah, 1916-1919.

Career

In livestock production, principally sheep, since 1919, operating partner Two Bar Ranch Company, Craig, Colorado, since 1939. President Western Management Company, North West Coloradio Broadcasting Company, Craig Wool Warehouse Company. Director Denver Union Stockyard Company, Denver branch Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.

Chairman National Livestock and Meat Board, 1953-1955.

Membership

Member Colorado (president 1935-1938), National (president 1943-1946) wool growers associations, Chamber of Commerce, Woolens & Worsteds of America, Inc. (president since 1958), American Legion, American Sheep Producers Council (president), Beta Theta Pi. Member Church of Jesus Christ, Latter Day Saints.

Clubs: Denver Country, Denver Athletic.

Connections

Married Mary Burch, July 5, 1923. Children: John Robert, William Burch, Pamela.

father:
Richard Henry Winder

mother:
Mary Emma (Cahoon) Winder

spouse:
Mary Burch

child:
John Robert Winder

child:
William Burch Winder

child:
Pamela Winder