Malburg began his banking career as a messenger for First National Bank of Vernon, which was chartered in 1919. He rose within the bank to oversee loans for construction projects and eventually became the bank's Vice President. In 1956, he became the President of First National Bank. When, through a merger, First National became Citizens National Bank, and Malburg stayed on as Vice President and Chairman of the advisory board. Eventually, Citizens National merged with Crocker National Bank and later with Wells Fargo. Malburg retired from banking to manage his family interests and investments.
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