Lawrence F. Buehler, an enterprising and progressive citizen of Salem, was born at Fort Wayne, Ind., Dec. 10,
1885, and is the son of William and Louise Buehler.
William Buehler is nearing the fiftieth year of his employ with the Pennsylvania Railroad in Fort Wayne, Ind.,
where both he and his wife were born.
Lawrence F. Buehler attended the public and high schools of his native city and in 1908 entered the employ of the
American Express Company. He began as a driver and at the time of his transfer from Fort Wayne to Toledo in 1918
he was serving in the superintendent's office, later to Youngstown and in September, 1919 was appointed agent at
Salem, Ohio, where he now is local agent. He was cashier for the Wells Fargo Express Company at Fort Wayne, Ind.,
from 1917 to 1918. The American Railway Express Company is located at 34 Broadway, and handles 6,000 shipments
monthly. Five people are employed and three automobile trucks are in use.
On Dec. 31, 1918, Mr. Buehler was married to Miss Mavis Hill of Adrian, Mich., a daughter of Ralph and Florence
Hill, both deceased. They have a daughter, Catherine Ann, born July 6, 1924.
Mr. Buehler holds membership in the Lutheran Church and belongs to the Masonic Lodge and Shrine. He is a Republican.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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