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Orville Liscum Hubbard

city official.

Orville Liscum Hubbard, American city official. Recipient Distinguished Citizen award Dearborn Chamber of Commerce, 1962. Served as sergeant United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1922-1925.; Member Dearborn Bar Association (president).; Club: Dearborn Exchange. Holder nat. record longest full-time mayor. Founder first out-of-state apartment building for retirees, Dearborn Towers, Clearwater, Florida, also Camp Dearborn.

Background

Hubbard, Orville Liscum was born on April 2, 1903 in Union City, Michigan, United States. Son of Ralph Star and Sylvia Elizabeth (Hart) Hubbard.

Education

Student Ferris State College, 1925-1926. Bachelor of Laws, Detroit College Law, 1932. Extension courses Henry Ford Community College, University of Michigan.

Career

Admitted to Michigan bar, 1932. Stenographer Ford Motor Company, 1925. Reporter Wall Street Journal, 1929-1934.

United States Army reserve officer, 1930-1937. Michigan state trooper, 1942-1945. Assistant Attorney General Michigan, 1939-1940.

Mayor of Dearborn, Michigan, 1942-1974. Republican precinct delegate, from. Member Wayne County Board Suprs., 1942-1968.

Delegate Republican National Convention, 1952, alternate delegate, 1940.

Membership

Served as sergeant United States Marine Corps Reserve, 1922-1925. Member Dearborn Bar Association (president). Club: Dearborn Exchange.

Holder nat. record longest full-time mayor. Founder first out-of-state apartment building for retirees, Dearborn Towers, Clearwater, Florida, also Camp Dearborn.

Connections

Married Fay Velma Cameron, July 20, 1927. Children: James, Frank, Nancy Anne, John Jay, Henry Ford.

father:
Ralph Star Hubbard

mother:
Sylvia Elizabeth (Hart) Hubbard

spouse:
Fay Velma Cameron

children:
James Hubbard

Frank Hubbard

Nancy Anne Hubbard

John Jay Hubbard

Henry Ford Hubbard