Fred J. Culler, one of Washingtonville's enterprising young men, is a native of Columbiana County. He was born
at Washingtonville, June 14, 1895, the son of Alonzo and Anna (Ashman) Culler.
Alonzo Culler, deceased, was a substantial citizen of Washingtonville, where he engaged in the coal business for
a number of years. Fred J. Culler is one of the following children born to his parents; Florence, was a Red Cross
nurse in the World War, lives in Pittsburgh; Harry, lives in Akron, Ohio; Fred J., the subject of this sketch;
Irma, at home; Lloyd and Glenn live at Washingtonville; Elmer, died in infancy and Albert, deceased. He served
in the World War in Co. B, 348th Machine Battery, 91st Division, died after returning from army.
After completing his schooling at Washingtonville and Leetonia, Fred J. Culler entered the employ of the Youngstown
and Ohio River Railroad. He has remained with this company continuously and is now freight agent at Salem.
Politically Mr. Culler is a Republican, and he is affiliated with the Masonic Lodge and Independent Order of Odd
Fellows and has a wide acquaintance in the community in which he lives.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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