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Lawyer

John Matthew Moelmann, American lawyer. Served to Lieutenant United States Navy Reserve, World World War World War II; Fellow American College Trial Lawyers; member Society Trial Lawyers (past president), American, Illinois, Chicago (board of managers 1963-1965) bar associations, International Association Insurance Counsel.

Background

Moelmann, John Matthew was born on November 20, 1911 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Clarence E. and Mabel (Buckelmueller) Moelmann.

Education

Student Northwestern University, 1928-1930. Bachelor of Arts with honors, University of Illinois, 1932, Juris Doctor, 1934.

Career

Bar, 1934, practiced in Chicago. Senior partner Hinshaw, Culbertson, Moelmann, Hoban & Fuller, from 1949. Board of directors, secretary Oak Park Young Men’s Christian Association.

Board directors, Defense Research Institute, president, 1966-1969, Chairman of the Board, from 1970. Trustee Union League Foundation for Boys. Trustee Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, 1963-1969, Northwestern Military and Naval Academy, 1959-1970.

Governor Insurance Hall of Fame, chairman, 1971-1973.

Membership

Served to Lieutenant United States Navy Reserve, World World War World War II. Fellow American College Trial Lawyers. Member Society Trial Lawyers (past president), American, Illinois, Chicago (board of managers 1963-1965) bar associations, International Association Insurance Counsel.

Clubs: Union League (Chicago).

Connections

Married Harriet Bannatyne, September 9, 1939. Children: John B., Lynda J. (Mistress.

father:
Clarence E. Moelmann

mother:
Mabel (Buckelmueller) Moelmann

spouse:
Harriet Bannatyne

children:
John B. Moelmann

Lynda J. (Mrs Moelmann