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Lawyer

Lloyd Joseph Cobb, American lawyer. Recipient Thomas A. Cunningham award, 1952; honorary consul Dominican Republic, 1956, 57. Club: International House (president 1949-1951). Pioneered dehydration sweet potatoes for cattle feed, for food for military use, World World War II.

Background

Cobb, Lloyd Joseph was born on July 19, 1904 in New Orleans. Son of William Holmes and Katherine Mary (Salter) Cobb.

Education

Bachelor of Laws, Tulane University, 1924.

Career

Admitted to Louisiana bar, 1924. Associate Milling, Godchaux, Saal & Milling, 1924-1926. Practiced in New Orleans, 1928-1972.

Partner firm Cobb & Wright, 1949-1972. Assistant to general counsel Pan American Petroleum Corporation, 1926-1928, general counsel, 1928, and to successor firm Pan American Southern Corporation, 1948-1972. Founder Marydale Products Company, Inc.

President New Orleans International Trade Mart.

Membership

Club: International House (president 1949-1951). Pioneered dehydration sweet potatoes for cattle feed, for food for military use, World World War II.

Connections

Married Mireille LeBreton, 1934.

father:
William Holmes Cobb

mother:
Katherine Mary (Salter) Cobb

spouse:
Mireille LeBreton