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Llewellyn Evans

electrical engineer.

Llewellyn Evans, American electrical engineer. Fellow American Institute Elec. Engineers; member American Society Civil Engineers, Alpha Sigma Phi.

Background

Evans, Llewellyn was born on July 16, 1882 in near Milbank, South Dakota, United States. Son of William Morris and Emma (Geil) Evans.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University of California, 1907.

Career

Apprentice electrician, Tacoma, Washington, 1900-1903. Electrical engineer and contractor with D. T. Dickson, Tacoma, 1908-1914. Private practice, 1914-1916.

Superintendent of light, Department of Public Utilities, Tacoma, 1916-1933. Chief electrical engineer Tennessee Valley Authority, Wilson Dam, Alabama, 1933-1937. Chief consultant electrical engineer Tennessee Valley Authority, from 1937.

1942-1944 consultant for War Production Board, Washington, District of Columbia. 1945 consultant for F.E.A., Chinese War Production Board, Chungking. 1946 consultant for Allied Council of Austria, Vienna.

Membership

Fellow American Institute Elec. Engineers; member American Society Civil Engineers, Alpha Sigma Phi.

Connections

Married Clara May Wilt, August 31, 1909. Children: Elizabeth Muriel, Ruth Helen.

father:
William Morris Evans

mother:
Emma (Geil) Evans

spouse:
Clara May Wilt

children:
Elizabeth Muriel Evans

Ruth Helen Evans