Fred Heldman, who ranks among the reliable young men of Wellsville, is a veteran of the World War. He was born
in East Liverpool, July 31, 1896, and is the son of William and Margaret (McLean) Heldman.
William Heldman is well and favorably known in Wellsville, where he is engaged in the meat business. He is a native
of Germany and among the earliest settlers of East Liverpool and WellsvilIe. Mr. and Mrs. Heldman have three children:
Margaret, deceased; Fred, the subject of this sketch; and Wallace, deceased.
Fred Heldman attended the public schools of Wellsville and began his business career in the employ of the Stevenson
Company. In 1917 he entered the employ of the Pennsylvania Railroad, with whom he remained until August, 1925,
when he became foreman of the Whitacre Boiler Shops Company of Wellsville, Ohio. Mr. Heidman enlisted in the United
States Navy May 29, 1917. He served with the Submarine "07". He was graduated from the Seaman Gunner
Class, Newport, R. I., and was discharged Feb. 21, 1919.
On June 7, 1922, Mr. Heldman was united in marriage with Miss Ruth M. Jacobs, of Wellsville, born July 12, 1898,
the daughter of Henry Jacobs, a sketch of whom appears elsewhere in this history. Mr. and Mrs. Heidman have a daughter,
Dorothy, born Sept. 18, 1923.
Mr. Heldman is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church and is affiliated with the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
He is a Republican.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
Names A to F
Names G to M
Names N to Z
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