DENNEY D. WILLIAMS, assistant cashier of the Consolidated National Bank, was born in 1884 at San Jose, California,
and was educated in the public schools of that city and Stanford University. At the University he took a special
course in English and finance. His father is publisher of "The Evening News," San Jose, and Mr. Williams'
first position was in the newspaper field. He continued in this work until 1909, when he came to Arizona, where
he took up banking as a regular occupation. His first position was as collector for the Consolidated National Bank,
then bookkeeper, until by successive steps he reached his present position, to which he was appointed January 1,
1913. His grandfather, W. C. Davis, and his uncle, Herbert B. Tenney, were both organizers of the Consolidated
National Bank, and early pioneers of Arizona. The former came to Tucson before the building of the railroads through
this section, having come across the Santa Fe trail with a team of mules. Mr. Williams is a Mason and member of
No. 4 F. & A. M., and in politics a Republican.
Who's Who in Arizona
Compiled and Published by Jo Conners
Press of The Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona 1913
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