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banker and food company executive

James Lloyd Langdon was American banker and food company executive.


Langdon, James Lloyd was born on October 6, 1918 in Smithfield, North Carolina, United States. Son of James Uriah and Ruth (Dunn) Langdon.


Bachelor of Science, North Carolina State University, 1940. Postgraduate, Asheville Law School, North Carolina, 1948. Postgraduate, Northwestern University, 1953.

Postgraduate, Yale, 1955. Postgraduate, Syracuse University, 1965.


Agricultural development agent Carolina Power & Light Company, 1946-1949. General manager Farmer Supply Company, 1949-1950. Executive vice president North Carolina Dairy Products Association, Raleigh, 1950-1959.

Director marketing dairy division Pet, Inc., Johnson City, Tennessee, 1959-1969, vice president marketing, 1969, vice president operations, 1969, executive vice president, general manager, 1969-1970, president, 1970-1975, group president, 1975-1979. President, chairman, chief executive officer Hamilton Bank of Johnson City, 1979-1984. Director Hamilton Bank, Tennessee-Virginia Energy Corporation.


Board directors, member executive committee, past chairman United States Industrial Council. Board directors Johnson City Medical Center Hospital, 1974-1983, president, 1979-1980. Served with United States Army Air Force, 1941-1945.

Lieutenant colonel Reserve, retired. Southern Association Dairy Food Mfgrs. (director, president 1973).

Johnson City Chamber of Commerce (president 1979, dir). International Association Ice Cream Manufacturers (vice president, director, president 1974-1976). Phi Kappa Phi.


Married Madelyn Earl Pope, July 10, 1943. Children: Madelyn Carol Langdon Kalkhurst, Sheila Jeanne Langdon Pierce.

James Uriah Langdon

Ruth (Dunn) Langdon

Madelyn Earl Pope

Madelyn Carol Langdon Kalkhurst Langdon

Sheila Jeanne Langdon Pierce Langdon