ALBERT GEORGE STUCKY, who is one of the vice presidents of the Guardian Savings & Trust Company, entered
the employ of that great Cleveland financial institution twenty years ago, and his promotions indicate the fidelity
of his service and his unusual qualifications.
Mr. Stucky was born in Kirchdorf, Switzerland, March 17, 1878, and was brought to the United States when a child
by his parents, Edward and Elizabeth (Frey) Stucky. The community in which he passed his boyhood and early youth
was New Philadelphia, Ohio, where he attended high school. Mr. Stucky's early ambitions were inclined toward a
banking career. He was twenty four when in 1902 he became a clerk of the Guardian Savings and Trust Company. He
was promoted to assistant secretary in 1913, and since 1918 has been vice president and trust officer.
Mr. Stucky is affiliated with Glenville Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons; McKinley Chapter, Royal Arch Masons; Holy
Grail Commandery, Knights Templar; Lake Erie Consistory of the Scottish Rite; and Al Koran Temple of the Mystic
Shrine. He belongs to the Cleveland Chamber of Commerce, the Lakewood Country Club, the Cleveland Automobile Club;
the City Club, and Electrical League. His church home is the Detroit Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church.
Mr. Stucky married at New Philadelphia, Ohio, May 3, 1904, Miss Margaret M. Kinsey, daughter of John W. and Anna
(Meyer) Kinsey. They have four children: Edward K., Ralph E., Margart A. and Marian L.
A History of Cuyahoga County
and the City of Cleveland
By: William R. Coates
The American Historical Society
Chicago and New York, 1924
Cuyahoga County, Ohio Biographies
Names A to G
Names H to P
Names Q to Z
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