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Banker , Lawyer

Marvin Edmund Cardoza, American lawyer, retired banker. Bar: California 1947. Named Humanitarian of the Year, Metropolitan Young Men’s Christian Association, 1979; recipient Certified of Appreciation, United Service Organizations, 1986.


Cardoza, Marvin Edmund was born on August 25, 1913 in Half Moon Bay, California, United States. Son of Manuel Edmund and Valda Malvina (Oleson) Cardoza.


Associate of Arts, San Mateo Junior College, California, 1933. Certified, American Institute Banking, 1941. Bachelor of Laws, University San Francisco, 1946.


From various corporation titles to vice president, Bank of America, San Francisco, 1934-1978; attorney, British Motor Car Distbrs., San Francisco, since 1978. Member California State Fair Board, Sacramento, 1962-1969, California member Executive Committee, 1967-1969. Governor United Service Organizations, Washington, 1967-1980.

Director J.A.C.S., Washington, 1980-1989.


  • Bar: California 1947.


Commissioner Public Utilities Commission, San Francisco, 1970-1972, president 1972, San Francisco Police Commission, 1972-1976, president 1975. President University San Francisco Alumni Association, 1965-1966. Regent St. Mary's Cathedral, San Francisco, 1990, vice president board regents.

Foreman San Francisco Civil Grand Jury, 1982-1983. With United States Navy, 1942-1945. Member Bankers Club of San Francisco (honorary, assistant secretary 1970-1978), World Trade Club of San Francisco, The Olympic Club (treasurer 1980-1981).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: hunting, golf, farming.


Married Mafalda Cecelia Angelini, August 16, 1936. Children: Michael, Jill M., Jack.

Manuel Edmund Cardoza

Valda Malvina (Oleson) Cardoza

Mafalda Cecelia Angelini

Michael Cardoza

Jack Cardoza

Jill M. Cardoza