Biography of Charles E. Walker
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CHARLES E. WALKER, cashier of the Consolidated National Bank, was born in Bloomington, Indiana, in 1880. He is the son of John NV. Walker, a contractor of that place, and Sarah Elizabeth Voss Walker. His father was a captain in the Civil War. Mr. Walker was educated in the public schools, and for some years was engaged in railroad work. For five years he was treasurer of the Southern Pacific de Mexico Railroad, and was also general purchasing agent for the same company. He has been connected with the Consolidated National Bank since March, 1910, when he accepted a position as assistant to President Freeman, but in December of the same year he was appointed to his present position, cashier. He is also a director of this bank and a director of the Arizona Eastern Railroad. He is a member of the Masonic Order, in which he has received the 32nd degree, of the Mystic Shrine, and of the Elks. Mr. Walker was married in 1903 to Miss Alice Seward, also a native of Indiana, and a member of the Seward family of national reputation. Mrs. Walker is a descendant of the Irvin family, which figured prominently in the revolutionary war, and her great great grandfather was an officer in the Revolutionary War. Mr. and Mrs. Walker have three bright interesting children, Frank S., Elizabeth V., and Charles E., Jr.

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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