S. V. Culler. Among the substantial citizens of Salem is S. V. Culler, who conducts an automobile paint shop
at his suburban home on the Georgetown Road. He is a native of Clarkston, Ohio, born April 10, 1876, and the son
of John and Isabel (Walters) Culler, both deceased.
Mr. Culler was educated in the public schools and when 18 years of age came to Salem, where he entered the employ
of the American Steel Nail Company. After various occupations he engaged in the painting business and since 1920
has conducted an automobile paint shop. High grade workmanship is Mr. Culler's aim.
During the Spanish-American War Mr. Culler served in Cuba and Porto Rico as a member of Company C, 3rd U. S. Field
Artillery and Company C, 7th U. S. Field Artillery. He was in service for three years.
On June 25, 1905, Mr. Culler was married to Miss Hetty McIlvain, of Leetonia, Ohio. They have no children.
Mr. Culler is an independent voter. He belongs to the Spanish-American War Veterans.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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