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William Charles Willard

William Charles Willard, American banker. Mason.

Background

  • Willard, William Charles was born on May 22, 1872 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Charles D. and Mary Elizabeth (Davis) Willard.

  • Education

    • Graduate Central High School, Columbus, 1889.

    Career

    • Began as messenger, Commercial National Bank. Columbus, 1889; went to Colorado, 1891, and was with 1st National Bank, Del Norte, and Merchants & Miners Bank, Creede, until 1893. Returned to Columbus and became connected with Clinton National Bank.

      Continued as note teller, 1900, of the Hayden-Clinton National Bank, of which was elected assistant cashier, 1905, and president, January 14, 1913, until sold to Huntington National Bank, May 3, 1923, when became vice president of latter. Vice-president, director Columbus Savings Bank. Director Columbus Railway Power & Light Company, Kanawha & Michigan Railway Company, Toledo & O. Central Railway Company, Mahoning Coal Railroad Company, Cincinnati, Sandusky & Cleveland Railroad Company Trustee Grant Hospital.

    Politics

    The use of force may be supported in extreme situations and when the need to do so is beyond reasonable doubt.

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    The faith should be based on the Bible, but also on reason, tradition, and personal experience.

    Denomination: Methodist

    Views

    All individuals should be sensitive to others by using appropriate language when referring to any person.

    Membership

    Mason.

    Connections

    • Married Anne Lilley, June 14, 1894. Children: Catharine Tracy (Mistress.
    • father: Charles D. Willard
    • mother: Mary Elizabeth (Davis) Willard
    • spouse: Anne Lilley
    • child: Catharine Tracy (Mrs Willard
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    Born March 22, 1872
    Died December 11, 1930
    (aged 58)
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