DAVID THOMAS LEWIS, tax collector for the town of Endicott, New York, is a worthy citizen, and deserving of
the esteem and respect in which he is held. He has served his city, State and country, and has served them well.
During the World War Mr. Lewis was overseas for a period of ten months, enlisting in May, 1918, and being honorably
discharged May 13, 1919.
Mr. Lewis was born at Carbondale, Pennsylvania, June 18, 1888, son of John W. and Jane (Rees) Lewis. His father
was a miner by occupation. The public and high schools of Carbondale afforded the early education of Mr. Lewis,
and he began to make his own way in the world at an early age. Naturally ambitious and industrious, he was always
seeking to better his opportunities, and when his chance came for advancement, he was ready. After a few years
spent in business in Carbondale, Mr. Lewis removed to Endicott, where he soon became one of the leading and prominent
citizens through his public activities. He has always been a staunch member of the Republican party and has several
times been called upon to hold positions of trust. In each of these be has conducted himself in a most admirable
manner and has earned the approval of his constituents.
Mr. Lewis is identified with the State Bank of Endicott., and his fraternal connections are with the Masons, the
Elks, and the American Legion. He is a member of the Presbyterian church. He is unmarried.
Binghamton and Broome County
Editor in chief: William Foote Seward
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New York and Chicago, 1924
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