Biography of Frederick F. Grose
Lucas County, OH Biographies

Frederick Franklin Grose is devoting his attention to the real estate business in connection with the Rarnseyer Company, of which he was made sales manager in 1916. He has always been a resident of Ohio, Upper Sandusky being the place of his nativity and January 10, 1887, the date of his birth. His parents were Lewis and Louise (Scheufler) Grose and it was while spending his boyhood under the parental roof that he devoted his attention largely to the acquirement of a public school education until he reached the age of fourteen years. He was twenty years of age when in 1907 he came to this city and secured employment in the Lion Store, where he continued for six years, working his way steadily upward until he became assistant manager of the clothing department. On severing that connection he turned his attention to real estate activity and entered into relations with the Ramseyer Company, being made sales manager in 1916. Through the intervening period he has continued in this position, which is one of large responsibility because of the extensive clientele of the firm. He wisely, carefully and successfully directs the sales force of this corporation and in this connection has become widely known in the business circles of his adopted city.

On the 16th of April, 1913, Mr. Grose was married to Miss Mabel M. Reasoner of Toledo and, they have become parents of three children: Dorothy Grace. Helen Louise and Frederick Jack. Mr. Grose belongs to the Masonic fraternity and is a loyal follower of the teachings of the order, exemplifying in his daily conduct the spirit upon which the craft is based. He belongs to the Real Estate Association, but he has never sought to figure, prominently in connection with public affairs. This does not mean that he is ever remiss in the duties of citizenship; on the contrary he is loyal to the best interests of community, commonwealth and country and endeavors to uphold high ideals at all times. He does not seek the rewards of office, however, but concentrates his efforts and attention upon his daily tasks as a business man and thus his course has been marked by steady advancement.

Toledo and Lucas County, Ohio
BY: John M. Killits, A.M., LL.D.
S. J. Clarke Publishing Company
Chicago and Toledo

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