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Stanley Curren Schlee, American judge. Decorated Bronze Star medal. Served with Army of the United States, 1944-1946.; Member St. Clair County Bar Association (president 1950), Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion.; Mason (Shriner), Elk.; Club: Black River Country.

Background

Schlee, Stanley Curren was born on July 30, 1910 in near Yale, Michigan, United States. Son of Henry G. and Bertha (Curren) Schlee.

Education

A.A., Port Huron Junior College, 1931. Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan, 1933, Juris Doctor, 1936.

Career

Admitted to Michigan bar, 1936. Practiced in Port Huron, Michigan, 1937-1967. Assistant prosecuting attorney St. Clair County, Michigan, 1951-1954.

Judge 31st Judicial Circuit, St. Clair County, Port Huron, 1967-1972. St. Clair County Republican chairman, 1954-1962. Delegate Republican National Convention, 1956.

Membership

Served with Army of the United States, 1944-1946. Member St. Clair County Bar Association (president 1950), Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion. Mason (Shriner), Elk.

Club: Black River Country.

Connections

Married Jean Elizabeth Porter, November 13, 1937. Children: James, Richard, Barbara.

father:
Henry G. Schlee

mother:
Bertha (Curren) Schlee

spouse:
Jean Elizabeth Porter

children:
Richard Schlee

James Schlee

Barbara Schlee