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Alfred Miller Cressler

Alfred Miller Cressler, American banker. Served with Ordnance Department, United States of America, Cincinnati district, 1917-1918; member Claims Board, 1919. Trustee Cincinnati Art Museum (treasurer since 1930), Mercantile Library, Better Housing League (treasurer since 1926), Cincinnati Society Natural History, Diocese of Episcopal Church of Southern Ohio (treasurer since 1934).

Background

  • Cressler, Alfred Miller was born on September 19, 1877 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States. Son of Alfred David and Elizabeth Esther (Murray) Cressler.

  • Education

    • Preparatory education, Hill School. Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1902, Master of Arts, 1908.

    Career

    • With Kerr Murray Manufacturing Company, gas plant equipment, Fort Wayne, 1903-1913, treasurer, 1906-1913. With W. H. Fillmore & Company, investment bankers, Cincinnati, O., 1916-1925, member firm, 1921-1925. Member Haydock, Cressler, Lamson & Company, investment counsel, Cincinnati, 1926-1929.

      Vice-president and investment officer, Central Trust Company, since 1930. Director The Stearns & Foster Company. Director Vice-President, The Stacey Engineering Company.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Served with Ordnance Department, United States of America, Cincinnati district, 1917-1918. Member Claims Board, 1919. Trustee Cincinnati Art Museum (treasurer since 1930), Mercantile Library, Better Housing League (treasurer since 1926), Cincinnati Society Natural History, Diocese of Episcopal Church of Southern Ohio (treasurer since 1934).

    Connections

    • Married Jeannette Morton Stacey, April.
    • father: Alfred David Cressler
    • mother: Elizabeth Esther (Murray) Cressler
    • spouse: Jeannette Morton Stacey
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    Born September 19, 1877
    Died November 19, 1939
    (aged 62)
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