Morgan W. Walker, Sr.

Morgan W. Walker, Sr.

Businessman + President + Founder
Born Aug 20, 1893

Morgan Wailes Walker, Sr. was a businessman from Alexandria, Louisiana, who was involved in dairying, farming, bus transportation, hotels, banking, and education. He was a director of the Trans-Continental Bus system, which operated in time in more than forty states. Walker introduced Guernsey cattle into Louisiana and founded Cloverland Dairies. He was a past president and founder of Roemer Dairy Processing.… Read More

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1893 Birth Born on August 20, 1893.


1958 64 Years Old Still another cousin, George T. Walker, was from 1958 to 1976 the president of the University of Louisiana at Monroe. … Read More
1970 76 Years Old Walker was also the director of TCO Industries, a subsidiary of Holiday Inn. He was chairman of the board from 1970 to 1978 of the former Guaranty Bank and Trust Company of Alexandria, which was located on Third Street across from City Hall in the tallest building in Alexandria. … Read More
1983 90 Years Old Died on February 20, 1983.
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