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James Maurice Jackson, American bank executive. Executive committee Boy Scouts American, since 1973; Member of American Society Farm Managers, Missouri Athletic Club (St. Louis), Greenville Country Club.

Background

Jackson, James Maurice was born on April 9, 1922 in Joseph, Missouri, United States. Son of Grover Cleveland and Sarah (McMaster) Jackson.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Missouri State Teachers College, 1943.

Career

Head farm management, loan department Central National Bank of Peoria, Illinois, since 1953, assistant vice president, since 1960. Vice president, head cattle loan division, correspondent officer City National Bank, Kansas City, Missouri, 1960—1962. President, chief executive officer El Paso National Bank, Illinois, 1963—1964.

Vice president Merchants National Bank, Indianapolis, 1964—1966. President, chief lending officer Onarga State Bank, Illinois, 1966—1971, Cardinal bank corporation, Greenville, 1st Bank & Trust Company, Greenville, 1971—1984. President, manager Farmers & Merchants Bank of Vandalia, 1978—1984, Old Capitol bank corporation, Inc., Vandalia, 1978—1984.

President, chief executive officer 1st Bank & Trust Company, O'Fallon, Illinois, 1981—1984. Member Illinois Banking Board, 1970—1973. Chairman Salem (Illinois) National Bank, since 1981.

With United States Army, 1943-1945.

Membership

Executive committee Boy Scouts American, since 1973. Member of American Society Farm Managers, Missouri Athletic Club (St. Louis), Greenville Country Club.

Connections

Married Betty Jean Lynch, October 17, 1943. Children: James Maurice, Michael Todd.

father:
Grover Cleveland Jackson

mother:
Sarah (McMaster) Jackson

spouse:
Betty Jean Lynch

children:
James Maurice Jackson

Michael Todd Jackson