GEORGE P. CRESSON - It always seems very fitting to find the native son of a town or city having some active
part in the management of civic affairs, and there is no citizen of Windsor, New York, more public spirited than
George P. Cresson, for several terms president of the Board of Education, and for the past five years supervisor
of the township. Mr. Cresson was born July 8, 1880, in Windsor, and was educated there, graduating from the high
school. His parents were the late Philip and Mary (Gray) Cresson, and they were engaged in agricultural pursuits.
After being firmly launched on his business career, George P. Cresson engaged in the line of business in which
he has since been very successful, as manager of a dairy company and feed mill. He now holds the position of superintendent
in the Dairymen's League, formerly the Empire State Dairy Company, at Windsor, and is one of the important factors
in the success of this enterprise. Fraternally Mr. Cresson is a Mason, member of Windsor Lodge, No. 442, and he
is also identified with several local organization. He is a member and elder of the Presbyterian church, of Windsor,
and active in promoting the welfare of this institution.
Mr. Cresson married, in Windsor, in 1903, Lottie Hupman, daughter of the late George S. Hupman, a prominent farmer,
and Mary (Buell) Hupman, and they are the parents of four children: Milton, now pursuing a course in electrical
engineering at the Troy Polytechnic Institute; Albert; Mary, Marjorie.
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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