Biography of G. G. Fuller
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G. G. FULLER, assistant cashier of the Phoenix National Bank, is a native of Minnesota, having been born at Chatfield, March 18, 1862. His parents, George W. and Sophronia S. Garfield Fuller, were among the pioneer settlers of that state. He completed a high school course and was then engaged in various occupations for a number of years in Minneapolis. He entered the financial field as auditor of the Union Investment Company, owners of a number of banks in Minnesota and Dakota. He received his training as secretary of the Interstate Grain Company of Minneapolis, and credit manager of the Northwestern Knitting Company of the same city. While agent of the Union Investment Company, he decided to make banking his profession and, looking about for a promising location, he decided upon Arizona and immediately came to Phoenix. For the past few years he has been connected with the Phoenix National Bank, and was made assistant cashier in the fall of 1912. He was united in marriage to Miss Sarah E. Goodsill, and they have one daughter, Ruth.

From:
Who's Who in Arizona
Vol 1
Compiled and Published by Jo Conners
Press of The Arizona Daily Star
Tucson, Arizona 1913


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