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Government official

Otto GEorge Klein, American government official. Decorated Congressional Selective Service medal. President Jefferson County Community Chest; chairman Tri-County Mile High United Fund; alderman City of Walsenburg, 1922-1923. Member Elks, Masons, Shriners.

Background

Klein, Otto George was born on November 2, 1891 in Walsenburg, Colorado, United States. Son of George C. and Minnie L. (Frye) Klein.

Education

Student, University Colorado, 1911-1912.

Career

Miner, Huerfano Company, Colorado, 1912-1923; automobile dealer, Walsenburg and Trinidad, Colorado, 1923-1943; senior analyst, War Production Board, 1943-1946; assistant department regional director disposal, United States War Assets Administration, Denver, 1946; regional director, United States War Assets Administration, St. Louis, 1947; regional director, United States War Assets Administration, Chicago, 1947-1950; regional commissioner, General Services Administration, Denver, from 1950. Member of national field advisers Small Business Administration.

Membership

President Jefferson County Community Chest. Chairman Tri-County Mile High United Fund. Alderman City of Walsenburg, 1922-1923.

Member Elks, Masons, Shriners.

Connections

Married Alma Pope Samples, January 12, 1915. 1 child, Otto George Junior.

father:
George C. Klein

mother:
Minnie L. (Frye) Klein

spouse:
Alma Pope Samples

child:
Otto George Junior Klein