FAY L. WATERMAN - One of the most public citizens of the town of Endicott, New York, Fay L. Waterman was distinctly
a man of affairs and one who wielded a wide influence. For twenty years he was superintendent of the water works
of Endicott, and he stood high in the esteem of his fellow citizens for the capable manner in which he discharged
the duties of this position.
Mr. Waterman was born June 9, 1871, in the Town of Union, New York, son of John W. and Ruth (Thorne) Waterman;
and he was educated in the public schools. For several years succeeding the completion of his formal education
he worked at various employments, always giving the best of his ability and knowledge to the task in hand. In 1900
he was appointed to fill the vacancy of superintendent of the water works, and he continued to hold this office
until his death, October 17, 1922.
He made the interests of the town his interests, and was active in all those measures which tended to enhance the
welfare in general. In politics he was a Democrat and a loyal supporter of this party's principles.
Fay L. Waterman married Ellen Barto, daughter of Charles and Belle (Griswold) Barto. Mrs. Waterman attends the
Methodist church of Endicott.
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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