Mary Cornwall Griffith, Lawyer, sole practice ( law: pract. & administration)Estate planning.
Probate (including wills, trusts)lawyer. Served to commander of The United States Navy Reserve, retired; Member American Legion (judge advisory 1952, vice-commander 1956-1957), Delta Delta Delta, Delta Sigma Rho.
Griffith, Mary Cornwall was born on November 29, 1915 in Denver, Colorado, United States. Daughter of Noah Hayden and Ida (Lindsey) G.B.A., U. Colorado, 1938, Juris Doctor, 1941. Bar: Colorado Sole practice, Denver, since 1941.
General chairman WAVE reunion, 1953.
Member Colorado Commision on Status of Women, 1965-1975. Member Colorado Committee on Veterans Affairs, 1947-1952. Member Judicial Council of Colorado, 1957-1958.
Member women's advising committee on defense manpowerDept. Labor, 1951-1953; appointed board ethics City Employees Denver, 1971-1983.
Worked at 1465 High St. (Denver, Colorado) specializing in Probate Law, Real Estate Law. Admitted to the bar, 1941.
Member women's advisory committee defense manpower Department Labor, 1951—1953. Chairman WAVE Reunion, 1953. Member Colorado Committee Veterans Affairs, 1947—1952, Judicial Council Colorado, 1957—1958, Colorado Commission Status of Women, 1965—1975.
Appointed board ethics City Employees Denver, 1971—1983. Member of American Legion (judge advisory 1952, vice Commander 1956-1957), Philanthropic and Educational Organization Club, Altrusa Club (2nd vice president 1970-1973), Delta Sigma Rho, Delta Delta Delta.