Shelby County

Dr. J. Frank Richeson, D.D.S.



Dr. J. Frank Richeson, D.D.S.

"History of Shelby County, Ohio"
by A.B.C. Hitchcock; Sidney, Ohio; 1913
Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co.; Chicago, IL.
Page 852

     a foremost citizen of Sidney, O., president of the city school board, is also the leading dental practitioner here, where he has been established since August 22, 1896. Dr. Richeson was born at St. Paris, Champaign county, O., December 6, 1871, and is a son of Samuel and Mary (Strousburg) Richeson, The father still resides in Champaign county.
     J. Frank Richeson was reared and attended school at St. Paris and continued his studies until he was graduated from the St. Paris high school in 1891. Afterward he became a clerk in a grocery store, in the meanwhile preparing for college, subsequently entering the dental department of the Ohio Medical University of Columbus and was graduated from that institution in the spring of 1896, a few months later coming to Sidney, where he has built up a very large and substantial practice. Dr. Richeson has a well-equipped office and is a scientific and skillful practitioner.
     On June 22, 1898, Dr. Richeson was married at Sidney to Miss Anna Graf, who was born in Shelby county, O.,and they have two children: Samuel and Janice. Dr. Richeson belongs to the Masons and the Knights of Pythias and also to professional organizations. He is an active citizen, with progressive ideas, and for three years has been a valued member of the school board and an encourager of all movements looking to civic improvement.

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