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Everett Olin Fisk

Everett Olin Fisk, publishing company executive, educational agency executive, relgious organization administrator. Member Mechanical Engineering General Confs., 1892 and 1916.

Background

  • Fisk, Everett Olin was born on August 1, 1850 in Marlboro, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Review Franklin and Chloe Catherine (Stone) Fisk.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Wesleyan University, Connecticut, 1873, A.M., 1876. Doctor of Laws, Olivet, 1915.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Harriet Storer. Married second, Louisa Holman Richardson, June 16, 1915. Taught school in Wallingford and Enfield, Connecticut, 1873-1875.

      N.E. agent for Ginn & Company, publications, 1875-1885. Founder, 1885, and president of Fisk Teachers’ Agencies.

    Politics

    When the Church as a body engages with political issues, it should follow the principles of Christian faith.

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    God created humans to be able to innovate and evaluate new forms of living that will encourage development of the fullest potential in individuals.

    Denomination: Methodist

    Views

    Responsibility for parenting is to encourage social, economic, and religious efforts to maintain and strengthen relationships within families in order that every member may be assisted toward complete personhood.

    Membership

    Member Mechanical Engineering General Confs., 1892 and 1916.

    Connections

    • Married Helen Chase Steele, September 12, 1882 (died 1901).; married second, Louisa Holman Richardson, June 16, 1915.
    • father: Review Franklin Fisk
    • mother: Chloe Catherine (Stone) Fisk
    • spouses: Helen Chase Steele
    • Louisa Holman Richardson
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    Born August 1, 1850
    Died November 3, 1934
    (aged 84)
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