Thomas Freeman Fitch Edit Profile
Student, Colorado Agricultural College, 1899-1902, Henager’s Business College, 1904.
Substitute railway postal clerk, Denver, Colorado, 1906, railway postal clerk and examiner, Denver. 1907-1910; clerk post office inspector in charge, Denver, 1911. Post office inspector, Atlanta (Georgia), Denver, New York and Spokane (Washington) divisions, 1912-1920.
Senior assistant to executive assistant, Guaranty Trust Company of New York, 1921. Post office inspector, New York and Washington, including special assignments for United States Post Office officials and Secretary of Interior, 1922-1929. Assistant superintendent, division of post office service, 1930-1932, superintendent division of post office service and deputy 1st assistant Postmaster General, Washington, 1933-1934.
Post office inspector, Washington, 1934-1937. Special agent in charge (New York division), unites states department of State, New York City, 1937-1940. Chief special agent, chief division of investigations, and chief division security and investigations, Department of State, 1940-1948.
Special adviser to director, Office of Controls, Department of State, since June 15, 1948. Adviser to Secretary General United Nations Conference, San Francisco, 1945. Retired May, 1950. Home: 2901 6th Avenue, St. Petersburg, Fla.
Married Florence Mullinder, September 16, 1906. Children: Thomas Freeman, Robert Donald, William Cochran.