EVERETT H. AXTELL, postmaster of the town of Deposit, New York, is among the best known business men and public
officials, and no better example may be found of the value of integrity, allied with courage and energy, than is
afforded by his successful career. Mr. Axtell was born March 5, 1876, in Barbourville, New York, son of Henry and
Everett H. Axtell was educated in the public schools of Deposit, and the Oneonta State Normal School. He has been
active in public matters for many years, and has been an ardent worker in the interest of the Republican party.
At the present time Mr. Axtell is serving as State Committeeman of Delaware county, and on November 21, 1921, he
was appointed acting postmaster of Deposit by President Harding, and regular postmaster on April 25, 1923. This
office he has ably held and has discharged his duties satisfactorily. In the esteem of his fellow citizens he holds
a foremost place, and is a director of the Farmers' National Bank of Deposit. His fraternal connections are with
the Masonic order, and he is a member of the Baptist church.
Mr. Axtell married, at the town of Tompkins, Delaware county, New York, Jeanette H. Hoag, daughter of Morris E.
and Lucy M. (Hathaway) Hoag.
Binghamton and Broome County
Editor in chief: William Foote Seward
Libarian for the Binghamton Public Libraey
Lewis Historical Publishing Company
New York and Chicago, 1924
Broome County, NY
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