Biography of Frederick J. Clippert
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CLIPPERT, Frederick J., physician; born, Detroit, Aug. 20, 1866; son of Conrad C. and Christine (Pfeifle) Cipport; attended public schools; graduate Goldsmith's Business University, 1882; was student at University of Minnesota for 2 years; M.D., Chicago Medical College, 1890; married at Delray, 1900, Allis E. Brevoort. Began active career in employ of his father, who was a brick manufacturer, continuing until 1886; removed to Jamestown, Dakota, where he became connected with Asylum for the Insane, and began study of medicine and pharmacy; house physician Alexian Brothers' Hospital, Detroit, 1890-91; has been located in Delray since 1891, practicing medicine, and was the first president of the village. Member Wayne County and Michigan State Medical societies, American Medical Association; Health Officer of Springwells, 1894-1900. Member Wayne Co. Board of Pension Examiners, Detroit Board of Water Commissioners, Board of Commerce. Mason (32°), Knight Templar, Shriner. Club: Harmonie. Office and Residence: 17 Dearborn Ave., Detroit.

Also see
Charles F. Clippert
Frederick J. Clippert
George H. Clippert
William Clippert.

From:
The Book of Detroiters
A Biographical Dictionary
Of Leading Living Men
Of The City of Detroit

Second Edition 1914
Edited By: Albert Nelson Marquis
A. N. Marquis & Company
Chicago 1914.

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