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Electric company executive

Gerald Lindburg Malcolm, American electric company executive. License electrical contractor. Active Soil Conservation, Utah County, United States Department Agriculture, 1950—1951; Member of Church Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints.

Background

Malcolm, Gerald Lindburg was born on December 18, 1927 in Genola, Utah, United States. Son of John Leo and Rhoda (Steele) Malcolm.

Education

Degree, University Utah, Salt Lake City, 1959. Master of Science in Electrician, University Utah.

Career

Electrician Excel Neon Sign Company, Salt Lake City, 1946—1948. Owner, operator Malcolm Electric Company, Santaquin, 1948—1952. Journeyman electrician Department Army, Dugway Proving Grounds, 1952—1960.

Senior construction foreman A. Thiokol Chemical Corporation, Tremonton, 1960—1962. Electrician leader Veterans Administration Medical Center, Salt Lake City, 1962—1973, construction manager, 1973—1981. Instructor Utah Technology College, Salt Lake City, 1974—1976.

Owner, operator Malcolm Electric Company, since 1965. Lecturer in field.

Achievements

  • License electrical contractor.

Membership

Active Soil Conservation, Utah County, United States Department Agriculture, 1950—1951. Member of Church Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints.

Connections

Married Edith Jackson Malcolm, October 4, 1952. Children: Guy David, Roger Allan, JoAnn, Tracy Dale, Gerald Leo, Edith Christine.

father:
John Leo Malcolm

mother:
Rhoda (Steele) Malcolm

spouse:
Edith Jackson Malcolm

child:
Guy David Malcolm

child:
Roger Allan Malcolm

child:
JoAnn Malcolm

child:
Tracy Dale Malcolm

child:
Gerald Leo Malcolm

child:
Edith Christine Malcolm