Daniel Favero papers
Scope and Contents
The collection contains the resume and obituary of Daniel Favero, papers and records concerning the accounting and business classes he taught, records pertaining to the School of Business and Economics from 1959-2009, and the struggle for four-year status of Weber College. Collection also contains plans for the development of the Harrison campus and the planning guide for the business building.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research use.
Biographical / Historical
Daniel Favero was born February 8, 1928 in Taylor, Utah. He earned his bachelor’s degree in secondary education with a composite major in business and English from Utah State University in 1950. He received his master’s degree from Oregon State University in 1959 and did additional course work toward his Ph.D. at the University of Arizona in 1966 and 1967. He completed the Certified Public Accounting exam in 1968 and held memberships in the American Institute of CPA’s, American Accounting Association, and Utah Association of CPA’s.
Daniel began teaching at Central Jr. High School in 1950, followed by Ben Lomond High School in 1953, and Weber State College in 1959. While at Weber, Daniel served on the Honorary Degree Committee (1987-1988), Parking Committee (1982-1983), Awards and Honors Committee (1985-1986), Scholarship Committee (1980-1981), Library Committee, Promotion and Tenure Committee (1980-1985, 1987-1988), was a library representative (1980-1985), and a Cooperative Work Experience Coordinator (1980-1991). He was a finalist for Professor of the Year in 1968 and was published in Journal of Accountancy in 1985. He taught business and accounting for thirty-three years before retiring in 1992.
Daniel worked as a CPA at serval local firms, kept books for two of his brothers businesses and worked on a family farm in Taylor. Daniel passed away on June 24, 2016.
1.8 Linear Feet (5 hollinger boxes.)
Language of Materials
Arranged into four series: Series 1, Personal papers, 1951-2016; Series 2, Business and accounting classes, 1959-1992; Series 3, School of Business and Economics, 1959-2009; Series 4, Harrison campus and becoming a four-year institution, 1946-1989.
Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
There are no physical or technical access restrictions
Material was acquired from Marnie Favero (2016-072).
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