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William Wesley Spaid, American lawyer. Member Arizona House of Representatives, 1934-1940, speaker special sessions of 14th Legislature, 1940.; Member American, Arizona (governor 1964-1970), Pima County (president 1963-1970) bar associations, American Board Trial Advocates (associate), American Arbitration Association (arbitrator), Association Interstate Commerce Commission Practitioners, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Gamma Delta.; Mason (Shriner).

Background

Spaid, William Wesley was born on November 8, 1903 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of William Winfield and Ada (Bain) Spaid.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Colgate University, 1926. Juris Doctor, U. Arizona, 1933.

Career

With National Bank Commerce, New York City, 1926-1929. Admitted to Arizona bar, 1933, practiced in Tucson, 1933-1972. Partner firm Spaid, Fish, Briney & Duffield, 1963-1972.

Arizona price attorney OPA, 1943.

Membership

Member Arizona House of Representatives, 1934-1940, speaker special sessions of 14th Legislature, 1940. Member American, Arizona (governor 1964-1970), Pima County (president 1963-1970) bar associations, American Board Trial Advocates (associate), American Arbitration Association (arbitrator), Association Interstate Commerce Commission Practitioners, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Gamma Delta. Mason (Shriner).; Clubs: Tucson Country, Old Pueblo (Tucson).

Connections

Married Estelle Abbott, August 27, 1928. Children: Estelle (Mistress John U. Vincon), Salley (Mistress Harold D. Adamson, Junior.

father:
William Winfield Spaid

mother:
Ada (Bain) Spaid

spouse:
Estelle Abbott

child:
Salley (Mistress Harold D. Adamson Spaid

child:
Jr Spaid

child:
Estelle Spaid (Mistress John U. Vincon)