Henry Schneidmiller, Jr., a prominent and successful young business man of East Liverpool, is a veteran of the
World War. He was born here, March 17, 1896, and is the son of Henry and Helen (Steiier) Schneidmiller.
Both Henry Schneidmiller and his wife are natives of Germany and early settlers of East Liverpool, where they were
married. He was a potter by trade, and is now in the employ of the Keil Florist Company of East Liverpool. He is
a Republican and a member of the Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Schneidmiller have five children: John, employed
by the John Keil Florist Company; Henry, Jr., the subject of this sketch; Clara, Elizabeth and George, all at home.
Henry Schneidmiller, Jr., received his education in the public schools of East Liverpool and when a young man entered
the employ of the Review Tribune Publishing Company, with whom he remained four years. He was employed by the Heleyer
Electric Company of East Liverpool until his enlistment for service during the World War in February, 1918. He
was stationed at Columbus, Ohio, and later at Raritan, N. J., as a member of the U. S. Infantry. He was discharged
in March, 1919, as a first class sergeant. Since 1922 Mr. Schneidmiller has been associated in business with Edwin
L. Goodwin, the business being known as the Tri-State Battery Company. They are dealers in electrical equipment
and accessories and have the agency in East Liverpool for the Willard Battery and the Bosch electric service. The
business is located at 204 East Fourth Street.
In August, 1917, Mr. Schneidmiller was married to Miss Christine J. Hetzel, a native of Tarentum, Pa., and a daughter
of Theodore and Lena (Zipperian) Hetzel. Mr. Hetzel is deceased and his wife lives in East Liverpool. To Mr. and
Mrs. Schneidmiller have been born five children: Ruth, born in May, 1918; Fritz, born in February, 1919; Edwin,
died in infancy; Christine, born in August, 1923; Henry, Jr., born in March, 1925.
Politically Mr. Schneidmiller is a Republican. He is a member of the Lutheran Church and is affiliated with the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, American Legion and Lion's club. He has a wide acquaintance in Columbiana County
and is favorably known.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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