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.

Wendell Jean Owen

Wendell Owen, was born on February 28, 1923 to Charles Henry Owen and Betsy Vilate Kingston Owen

Clark G. Thornton

Clark always did what needed to be done. His love of life and determination made quite an impact on many people here.

Isabell Johnson

Isabell Johnson was born on June 19th, 1938 in Glendale, Utah, the fifth child of Price & Helen Hull Johnson.

Clara Elizabeth White

Clara White had a very good work ethic, she once said "The day I have to stop working is the day I'll die"

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