Warren Glenn Harding

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Harding

Warren G. Harding
Jan. 8
1921

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Warren Glenn Harding

1-8-21

State Treasurer of Texas
County Treasurer - Dallas County
Veteran of United States Navy, World War II
Commander American Legion Post 581 (Dallas)
President of County Treasurers Association of Texas
President of National Association of County
Treasurers and Financial Officers
Outstanding Treasurer Award of United States and Texas
Board Member of National Association
of Counties (1,124 Counties)
33 Degree Scottish Rite Mason
Ambassador - Hella Temple Shrine (Dallas)
Patron - Order of the Eastern Star #8241 (Dallas)
President North Texas State
Ex Student Association 1956 - 1957
Vice President of National Association
of State Treasurers
Alumni Advisor Delta Chi Fraternity, SMU Chapter
Member SMU Alumni Association and Mustang Club
Full Name: Warren Glenn Harding
Location: Section:Republic Hill, Section 1 (C1)
Row:H  Number:1
Reason for Eligibility: State Treasurer 
Birth Date: January 8, 1921 
Died: April 2, 2005 
Buried: April 6, 2005 
 

HARDING, WARREN GLENN (1921~2005) Warren Glenn Harding, State and Dallas County Treasurer, was born January 8, 1921, in Princeton, Texas, to William Moore and Ethel (Baccus) Harding. Mr. Harding most recently served as the State Treasurer of Texas from 1977-1983, after serving as the County Treasurer for Dallas County from 1950-1977. He was a veteran of the United States Navy serving in World War II, Commander of American Legion Post #581 - Dallas, President of County Treasurers Association of Texas, President of National Association of County Treasurers and Finance Officers, recipient of Outstanding Treasurer Award of United States and Texas, Board member of National Association of 1,124 counties, Thirty-third degree Scottish Rite Mason and Ambassador of Hella Temple Shrine - Dallas.

Harding passed away April 2, 2005, in Dallas, Texas, at the age of 84, and was buried at the Texas State Cemetery four days later.

Information taken from: obituary, Dallas Morning News, April 4, 2005.

Notes:

#8785) Served as the State Treasurer from 1978-1982.
Entered by Administrator on 2/1/1998 12:11:22 PM

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