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Construction executive

Marjorie Taylor Conley, American construction executive.

Background

Conley, Marjorie Taylor was born on November 14, 1920 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Myron DeLoss and Margaret Elizabeth (Heppner) Taylor.

Education

Grad, Walton College Commerce, Chicago, 1939.

Career

Executive secretary Jackson & Curtis and Boettcher & Company, Chicago, 1940—1942. Office manager, assistant secretary-treasurer Redwood Empire Savings & Loan Association, Petaluma, California, 1952—1959. Assistant industrial advertising manager Fluor Corporation, Santa Rosa, 1959—1960.

Executive vice president, managing officer Bear Flag Builders Control Company, 1960—1964. Co-owner Conley Construction Company, 1964—1975. Secretary-treasurer Conley Homes, Inc., since 1975.

Membership

Member of Credit Women (past president), Building Industry Association (board directors), Congress for Community Progress, Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce, Women in Construction (charter president), Order Eastern Star Club, Soroptimist International Club (past president Santa Rosa, past regional governor, treasurer, regional founder, federation treasurer, director Soroptimist Foundations, Inc.), Las Rosas Business and Professional Women's Club (past president), Psi Sigma Alpha.

Connections

Married Robert John Kostka, July 4, 1942 (divorced 1963). Children: Beverly Kostka Elk(deceased), Kent Allen, Kurt Stanton. Married George L. Conley, March 13, 1964.

father:
Myron DeLoss Taylor

mother:
Margaret Elizabeth (Heppner) Taylor

spouse:
Robert John Kostka

spouse:
George L. Conley

child:
Beverly Kostka Elk Conley (deceased)

child:
Kent Allen Conley

child:
Kurt Stanton Conley