C. W. Heim, one of Kensington's representative citizens, is a native of Columbiana County. He was born in Knox
Township, Jan. 23, 1875, and is the son of John B. and Rachel A. (Sanor) Heim.
John B. Heim, a prosperous farmer of West Township, is a native of Columbiana County, where he has spent his entire
life. His wife is deceased.
C. W. Heim grew up on his father's farm and attended the district schools. He engaged in teaching in West and Butler
townships and followed this profession for 12 years. He then farmed for some time on 156 acres of land in West
Township and since January, 1925, has devoted his entire time as bookkeeper for the Kensington Supply Company.
Mr. Heim has been identified with the business since the time of its organization as secretary.
On March 7, 1901, Mr. Heim was united in marriage with Miss Irene Glass, the daughter of Jacob F. and Ellen (Jennings)
Glass, residents of West Township, Columbiana County. To them were born three children: Lucille, died at the age
of eight years; Milton, born March 26, 1911; and John Jacob, born May 23, 1914.
Mr. Heim is Director of The Ohio Wool Growers CoOperative Association since its organization, President of the
Columbiana County Sheep and Wool Growers Association, and is Past Master, Columbiana County, Pomona Grange.
Mr. Heim and his family are identified with the Lutheran Church. He is a Republican.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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