Shelby County

Hon. Charles M. Wyman



Hon. Charles M. Wyman

"History of Shelby County, Ohio"
by A.B.C. Hitchcock; Sidney, Ohio; 1913
Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co.; Chicago, IL.
Page 860

    one of the most prominent business men of Sidney, O., who has been active also in political life, was born and reared in this city. He received his elementary education in the parochial school, and  afterward attended the public schools, being graduated from the high school in 1892. He gained his first business experience as clerk in Thedieck's department store and was soon advanced to manager and buyer for the shoe department and finally to the position of advertising manager. Becoming acti ve in politics he rendered good service to his party and was nominated and elected in 1908, as representative to the 78th General Assembly of Ohio. He is an eloquent and convincing public speaker, and as an energetic and capable business man has few superiors. His affable disposition and genial manners render him personally popular, and he has a wide circle of friends. He holds membership in a number of fraternal orders, including the following: Grand Lodge of Elks, being past exalted ruler of Sidney Lodge No. 786 and was its representative to the convention at Dallas, Texas; also deputy grand knight of Sidney
Council, No. 659, Knights of Columbus, and secretary of the Fourth Degree Assembly; worthy chaplain of Sidney Aerie No. 1403, Fraternal Order of Eagles; Tawawa Tribe, No. 67, I.O.R.M.; and Alaphretta Council, No. 671/2, Degree of Pocahontas.

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