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Leo Clinton Harmon

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Leo Clinton Harmon, American banker. Member of executive board National Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Commission and chairman Michigan commission to further same project.

Background

Harmon, Leo Clinton was born on October 31, 1871 in Grand River, South Dakota, United States. Son of William and Zoe Lulu (Picotte) Harmon.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Mount St. Louis College, Montreal, Canada, 1889.

Career

Receiver Stockgrowers National Bank, Miles City, Montana, 1894-1896. Cashier State National Bank, Miles City, 1895-1898, vice president, 1898-1900. Director Lumbermen’s National Bank, Menominee, Michigan, 1900-1913.

Organizer, 1917, and president State Savings Bank, now retired. Was vice-president and general manager Consolidated Lumber Company. Formerly president Menominee Electric Manufacturing Company, etc.

Now executive, New York Evening Journal.

Membership

Member of executive board National Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Commission and chairman Michigan commission to further same project.

Connections

Married Mary E. Maher, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, December 28, 1898.

father:
William Harmon

mother:
Zoe Lulu (Picotte) Harmon

spouse:
Mary E. Maher