Biography of Hugh F. Marshall, Jr.
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HUGH D. MARSHALL, JR., cashier of the Phoenix National Bank and director of the Phoenix Savings Bank & Trust Company, was born in Unionville, Missouri, in 1882. Many of his ancestors were bankers and it was in The Marshall National Bank of Unionville, that he obtained his first practical knowledge of banking, after he had graduated from Princeton University in the class of 1905. Of this bank his grandfather, H. D. Marshall, was president; his uncle, N. B. Marshall, cashier, and another uncle, C. S. Marshall, director. His father, F. E. Marshall, was formerly president of the Phenix National Bank, New York City. Hugh Marshall started work as assistant cashier of this institution, and after having worked several years, took a position with the Mercantile Trust Company of St. Louis. While with this institution, he demonstrated such financial acumen that he was enrolled in the government service as bank examiner. He came to Arizona in 1907 as receiver of the Globe National Bank, which had been closed during the panic. After having successfully reorganized the affairs of this institution, he was appointed national bank examiner for Texas, New Mexico and Arizona and served three years. He became cashier of the Phoenix National Bank, January 18, 1912. Mr. Marshall ranks high as a financier and has managed the affairs of the bank in a manner which has been most satisfactory to the officials and stockholders. He is a Thirty second Degree Scottish Rite Mason and takes an active interest in the affairs of the order. He is also an energetic worker in the Phoenix Commercial Club and has taken a special interest in those affairs dealing with finances.

From:
Who's Who in Arizona
Vol 1
Compiled and Published by Jo Conners
Press of The Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona 1913


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