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lawyer , railroad executive

Warner Fuller, American lawyer, railroad executive.


Fuller, Warner was born on August 12, 1901 in Clinton, Iowa, United States. Son of George Raymond and Florence Mary (Warner) Fuller.


Bachelor of Science, University Oregon, 1924. Bachelor of Laws, Yale, 1927.


Research assistant Yale Law School, 1927-1928. Admitted to California bar, 1929. Associate law firm McCutcheon, Olney, Mannon & Greene, San Francisco, 1928-1932.

Assistant professor of law Duke, 1932-1936. Professor of law Washington University, St. Louis, 1936-1945, acting dean law school, 1942-1944, dean, 1944-1945. Vice president, general counsel Terminal R.R. Association of St. Louis, since 1945.

Special consultant Federal Coordinator of Transportation, 1934-1936. Compliance commissioner St. Louis area, War Production Board, 1942-1945. Public representative St. Louis area, War Labor Board, 1943-1945.

Director United Service Organizations Council of St. Louis, since 1951. Commissioner Bryan Mullanphy Emigrant and Travelers Relief Fund 1946-1952. Member board of managers St. Louis R.R. Young Men’s Christian Association, since 1947.


  • Other Work

    • Editor: Symposium on Three Years of the Securities Act, January and April 1937 issues Law and Contemporary Problems. Co-draftsman Amended Railroad Bankruptcy Statute of 1935 (section 77). Contributor professional journals.


Member American, Oregon, California, Missouri, St. Louis (Chairman of Commission legal education 1949-1952) bar associations, Family Service Society of St. Louis County (president 1946-1948, director 1943-1948), Social Planning Council of St. Louis and St. Louis County (chairman of the executive committee, family and children div., also director 1949-1951), Order of Coif, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Theta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa. Clubs: Contemporary, Noonday (St. Louis).


Married Florence Buck, September 1, 1928.

George Raymond Fuller

Florence Mary (Warner) Fuller

Florence Buck