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Matthew Walker Wallace

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Matthew Walker Wallace, American Retired entrepreneur ( fin: inv. service, Retired)retired entrepreneur. Recipient Contribution award Downtown Planning Association, 1977, Govs.Award in the Arts, 1991, Utah National Guard Minuteman award, 1994. Member.Am. Institute Certified Planners (charter), American Arts Alliance (board directors 1991), Alta.

Background

Wallace, Matthew Walker was born on January 7, 1924 in Salt Lake City. Son of John McChrystal and Glenn (Walker) Wallace.

Education

Bachelor, Stanford University, 1947. Minecraft Coder Pack, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1950. Principal planner Boston City Planning Board, 1950-1953.

Vice president National Planning and Research, Inc., Boston, 1953-1955. President Wallace-McConaughy Corporation, Salt Lake City, 1955-1969. President Arizona Ranch & Metals Company, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1969-1984.

President Idaho television Corporation, Channel 6, ABC, Boise, 1976-1978. Chairman Wallace Assocs., Inc., Salt Lake City, 1969-1998. Director 1st Interstate Bank, Salt Lake City, 1956-1990, director Arnold Machinery Company, 1988^, director Roosevelt Hot SpringsCorp., 1978^.

Member of advisory board Mountain Bell Telephone Сompany, Salt Lake City, 1975-1985. President, Downtown Planning Association, Salt Lake City, 1970. Chairman Utah State Arts Council, Salt Lake City, 1977.

Member Humanities andScis. Council, Stanford University, also member athletic board, board visiting school law;member of national advisory board College Business, U. Utah. Lifetime director Utah Symphony Orchestra.

Chairman arts advisory county Westminster College Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Navy, 1944-1946.

Career

Principal planner Boston City Planning Board, 1950-1953. Vice president National Planning and Research, Inc., Boston, 1953-1955. President Wallace-McConaughy Corporation, Salt Lake City, 1955-1969, Arizona Ranch & Metals Company, Scottsdale, 1969-1984, Idaho television Corporation, Channel 6, ABC, Boise, 1976-1978.

Chairman Wallace Associates, Inc., Salt Lake City, 1969-1998. Director 1st Interstate Bank, Salt Lake City, 1956—1990, Wells Fargo Bank Community Board, 2000, Arnold Machinery Company, since 1988, Roosevelt Hot Springs Corporation, since 1978. Member advisory board Mountain Bell Telephone Сompany, Salt Lake City, 1975—1985.

Membership

President Downtown Planning Association, Salt Lake City, 1970. Chairman Utah State Arts Council, Salt Lake City, 1977. Chairman honorary board Planned Parenthood.

Humanities and science council Stanford University, athletics board, alumni association executive board, board visiting school law. National advisory board University Utah College Business. Lifetime director Utah Symphony Orchestra.

Chairman arts, advisory council and Capital Campaign Westminster College Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Navy, 1944-1946, PTO. Member American Institute Certified Planners (charter), American Arts Alliance (board directors 1991), Alta Club (director), Cottonwood Club (president 1959-1963), Salt Lake Country Club (director), Desert Island Golf and Country Club (Rancho Mirage, California), Flat Rock Club (Island Park., Idaho president 1994-1998), Phi Kappa Phi (honorary, life).

Connections

Married Constance Cone, June 22, 1954 (deceased May 1980). Children: Matthew, Anne. Married Susan Struggles, July 11, 1981.

father:
John McChrystal Wallace

mother:
Glenn (Walker) Wallace

spouses:
Constance Cone

Susan Struggles

children:
Matthew Wallace

Anne Wallace