Elmore E. Sitler, who is successfully engaged in the meat business at Leetonia, is a member of a family that
has long been identified with the history of Columbiana County. He was born in Salem Township, July 27, 1864, and
is the son of Samuel and Sarah (Halverstadt) Sitler.
Samuel Sitler was born on a farm in Salem Township in 1827, the son of Solomon Sitler, who came to Columbiana County
from Berks County, Pa., in 1804, being one of the first settlers of Salem. Samuel Sitler engaged in farming during
his life and met with success. He died in September, 1920, and his wife, also a native of Salem Township, died
in 1923. They were the parents of the following children: Mrs. Elmira Senning, lives in New Jersey; Mrs. Rebecca
Switzer, lives at Taylorsville, El.; Mrs. Clara M. Milligan, deceased; Arvilla N., lives at Akron, Ohio; and E.
E., the subject of this sketch.
E. E. Sitler received his education in the district schools of Salem Township and in early life engaged in farming.
He has conducted his present business for a number of years in partnership with John A. Floding, and they are representative
business men of this section.
Mr. Sitler has a son, Samuel Russell, born July 23, 1900. He is associated in business with his father.
Mr. Sitler is a Republican and holds membership in St. Paul's Lutheran Church. He is well and favorably known throughout
the community in which he has spent his entire life.
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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