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Orval Webster Adams

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Orval Webster Adams, American banker. Member American Bankers Association (president 1937-1938), Sigma Chi.; Member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (auditing committee).

Background

Adams, Orval Webster was born on April 10, 1884 in Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States. Son of Orval F. and Marion (Nelson) Adams.

Education

Educated Utah State Agricultural College, 1900-1903.

Career

With 1st National Bank, Logan, Utah, 1903-1910. Cashier Hyrum (Utah) State Bank, 1910-1912. In Liverpool, England, 1912-1914.

Cashier Farmers & Merchants Bank, Logan, 1914-1916, Thatcher Brothers Banking Company, Logan, 1916-1920. Vice president 1st National Bank and Ogden Savings Bank, Ogden, Utah, 1920-1921. Chairman of the Board, member Executive Committee Zions First National Bank.

Director, member Executive Committee Zion’s Cooperative Merc. Institute; director Utah-Idaho Sugar Company. Member Executive Committee Beneficial Life Insurance Company, Hotel Utah.

Director Utah Fuel Company. Director, member finance committee D.&R.G.W. R.R. Director Mount Fuel Supply Company.

Membership

Member American Bankers Association (president 1937-1938), Sigma Chi. Member Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (auditing committee). Clubs: Alta, Salt Lake Country.

Connections

Married Luella Nebeker, June 1911. Children: Allan Nebeker, Lane Webster, Hyrum Adams, Theodore Nebeker, Preston Geddes, Orval Webster.

father:
Orval F. Adams

mother:
Marion (Nelson) Adams

spouse:
Luella Nebeker

children:
Allan Nebeker Adams

Lane Webster Adams

Hyrum Adams

Theodore Nebeker Adams

Preston Geddes Adams

Orval Webster Adams