The Davis County Cooperative Society was founded on January 1st, 1935. Its founders sought to establish the long looked-for ideal condition known as the Golden Rule (Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.)

We have a rich history full of amazing individuals whose stories should not be lost.  On this page we will highlight a few of the men and women who play an important role in our heritage or have made outstanding contributions to the DCCS and it's members.  See also our US Veterans in the DCCS page.  Check back often for updates and new featured Biographies.

If you'd like your family member to be featured on this page, please contact us for details on how to submit a biography.

Beulah Fern Frandsen Whitmill

Beulah was born October 5, 1905 in Kimball, Idaho to Erastus and Annice MacArthur Frandsen.

Mary Priscilla Lerwell Tucker

Mary Priscilla Lerwell Tucker was born on January 3, 1862 to James Tucker and Betsy Valate Lerwell Tucker.

Charles Henry Owen

Charles Henry Owen was born March 28, 1887 a 4th generation LDS member to Joseph Henry Owen and Mary Abigail Grow Owen.

Charles Kingston Sr.

Charles Kingston Sr is the father of Charles W. Kingston and grandfather to Elden, Ortell and Merlin Kingston.

George Parago Sam

George P. Sam from the Northeastern Shoshone, joined the Co-op in 1935. Known to some early members as "George the Indian"

Frederick Kingston

Frederick Kingston is the father of Charles Kingston Sr and grandfather to Charles W. Kingston.

Carlos H. Owen

Carlos dedicated his life to serving others and making sure he was where he was needed. His family meant everything to him.

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