Bessie Parker Brueggeman Edit Profile
Educated Hosmer Hall (St. Louis) and Bradford (Massachusetts) Academy.
1 son, George Parker. Married second, Albert H. Brueggeman, January 29, 1899. Organized Ambulance Division of St. Louis Red Cross Motor Corps for World War, and was made Lieutenant, later captain.
Elected committee woman from Missouri on Republican National Committee, 1919. Delegate at large from Missouri to Republican National Convention, Chicago, 1920. Member Executive Committee of Republican State Committee of Missouri, 1920, also member campaign advisory committee.
Chairman United States Employees’ Compensation Commission, by appointment of President Harding, November 1, 1921, for term of 6 years, reapptd. by President Coolidge, 1927, resigned 1933. Home: Washington, Distric.
Member Executive Committee of Republican State Committee of Missouri, 1920, also.
Married Clark E. Toms, June 1, 1892 (died 1896).; married second, Albert H. Brueggeman, January 29, 1899.