Edwin B. Jones

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Edwin Jones
Born Edwin Boyd Jones
February 14, 1917
Kanesville, Utah[1]
Died September 3, 1998
Education University of Utah
Utah State University (M.S.)
Michigan State University (Ph.D., agricultural, food, and resource economics, 1953)[2]
Occupation Corporation president
Employer Michigan National Bank

Edwin B. Jones was an American business executive at Michigan National Bank from 1957, retiring as its chief executive in 1985.[3][4][5][6]

Jones was born in Kanesville, Utah. He graduated from Weber High School. He had a bachelor's degree from the University of Utah a master's degree from Utah State University and a Ph.D. from Michigan State University.

Jones initially came to the head of Michigan National Corporation when Stanford Stoddard stepped down in 1984.[7]

Jones held several positions in the LDS Church including bishop, stake president, Regional Representative of the 12 (called in 1977)[8] and president of the Chicago Illinois Temple from 1988-1991.

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