Adolfo graduated from the International Business College at Los Angeles. For eight years he was a member of the Ventura County Board of Supervisors, a member of the Knights of Columbus, was Grand Knight of the Oxnard Council for two terms, a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of Santa Barbara, and a member of the Native Sons of the Golden West. Besides running his ranch he was also a Vice President of the First National Bank of Ventura, Vice President of the Ojai State Bank of Nordoff, a director in A. Levy Bank, Incorporated, of Oxnard, and was a stockholder of the First National Bank of Oxnard and in the Fillmore State Bank in Ventura county. -
Adolfo Camarillo also had leadership roles on the Ventura County Fair Board, Camarillo Chamber of Commerce, Peoples Lumber Company, Los Rancheros Visitadores, California State Fair Board, and California Lima Bean Growers Association. He also served as a member of the Pleasant Valley School District Board of Trustees for 57 years from 1894 to 1951.
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