James F. Edwards

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This article is about a USA businessman and philanthropist. For Canadian World War II fighter pilot, see James Francis Edwards.

James F. Edwards (May 5, 1910 – December 7, 1991)[1] was a USA businessman and philanthropist.

The owner and CEO of the National Mattress Company (Namaco), Edwards married Joan C. Edwards in 1937.

In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Edwards' support of Marshall University, the playing surface of their football stadium was named James F. Edwards Field in 1993. In 2003, the stadium itself was renamed Joan C. Edwards Stadium.