George S. Silzer Edit Profile
Education public and high schools. Doctor of Laws, Rutgers, 1923.
Admitted to New Jersey bar, 1892. Member Board of Aldermen, Brunswick, New Jersey, 1892-1896. Chairman Democratic Company Committee, Middlesex Company, 10 years.
Member New Jersey Senate, 1907-1912. Prosecutor of pleas, Middlesex Company, 1912-1914. Circuit judge, by appointment of Governor Fielder, later by appointment Governor Edwards, 1914-1922 (resigned).
Governor of New Jersey, 1923-1926. Chairman board New Brunswick Trust Company. Chairman of the Board and director Interstate Trust Company, New York, 1929-1930.
Trustee Central Savings Bank in the City of New New York Chairman Port of New York Authority, 1926-1928.
Silzer was a member of the New Brunswick board of aldermen from 1892 to 1896. He was a member of the New Jersey Senate from Middlesex County from 1907 to 1912.
Married Henrietta T. Waite, April.