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Richard Edward Streeter

Richard Edward Streeter was American lawyer. Bar: Ohio 1960, District of Columbia 1964, Supreme Court of the United States Court 1964. Recipient Cleveland 10 Outstanding Young Men award Junior Chamber of C., 1968.


Streeter, Richard Edward was born on August 6, 1934 in Minneapolis. Son of Donald Stivers and Beatrice Louise (Gibbs) Streeter.


Bachelor, Yale University, 1956. Bachelor of Laws, Yale Law School, 1959.


Worked at Thompson Hine & Flory LLP (Cleveland, Ohio) specializing in General Practice in Administrative Law, Admiralty, Antitrust and Trade Regulation, Banking, Bankruptcy, Business and Commercial Litigation, Catastrophic Loss, Closely Held Business, Commercial Finance, Construction Law, Corporate, Employee Benefits, Employment, Environmental and Toxic Tort Law, Foundations, Franchise Law, Government Contracts, Government Practice, Health Care, Intellectual Property, International Law and Trade, Labor, Litigation, Patents, Personal and Succession Planning, Probate, Product Liability, Public Utilities, Real Estate, Securities, Securities Litigation, Taxation, Transportation, White Collar Crime, Workers' Compensation. Admitted to the bar, 1960, Ohio. 1963, United States. Supreme Court.

1964, District of Columbia. Established in 1911, Thompson Hine & Flory today is among the nation's largest law firms. With offices in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Ohio.

Washington, D.C.; Palm Beach, Florida and Brussels, Belgium, we serve as advisors to a full spectrum of clients ranging from individuals and sole proprietorships to multinational corporations, financial institutions, governments and nonprofit organizations.


Member Leadership Cleveland, 1981. President Federation Commty. Planning, Cleveland, 1980-1982, Cleveland Legal Aid Society, 1974-1976, Plan of Action for Tomorrow's Housing, Cleveland, 1987-1988.

Chairman Center for Families and Children, 1990-1993. Trustee Center for Families and Children, since 1987, City Club, Cleveland, 1987-1991, St. Vincent Quadrangle Inc., 1991-1996, Lake Erie College, since 1993, Youth Opportunities Unlimited, Cleveland, since 1983. Board directors United Way Services Cleveland, 1992-1996, Woodruff Foundation, 1993-1994.

Member American Bar Association, Bar Association Greater Cleveland (trustee 1971-1974, chairman securities law section 1979-1980, chairman corporations banking and business law section 1983-1985), Ohio State Bar Association (corporation law committee).


Married Charlotte Mae Tharp. Children– Christopher A., Joanna G., Matthew J., Jonathan R.