Biography of Milo J. Warner
Lucas County, OH Biographies

Milo Joseph Warner, associated with the law firm of Doyle & Lewis of Toledo, was born in Wood county, near Lime City, Ohio, November 11, 1891, and is a son of Levi S. and Mary Ellen (Brownsberger) Warner. He was thirteen years of age when the family removed to Toledo, where he has since made his home, and here he pursued his preliminary education in the public schools He afterward entered the Ohio State University and graduated with the Bachelor of Arts degree in 1913. He then remained in the State University as a law student and gained his LL. B. degree in 1916. Following his graduation and his admission to the bar he became associated with the firm of Doyle & Lewis and continues in this connection. While one of the younger representatives of the Toledo bar he has already gained a place and prominence that many an older representative of the profession might well envy, and what he has already accomplished indicates that his future career will be well worth watching.

On the 1st of June, 1917, Mr. Warner was united in marriage to Miss Dorothy Casad Bennett of El Paso, Texas, and they have become parents of two children; Milo Joseph, Jr., who was born August 15, 1918; and Donald Wesley, born December 13, 1920. Two days after his marriage Mr. Warner was commissioned a second lieutenant in the Regular Army cavalry for service in the World war. He had been previously for seven years a member of Troop B of the Ohio National Guard, thus identified with the cavalry from 1910 until 1917. His regiment, the Eighteenth United States Cavalry, was converted into light field artillery for the period of the war and designated as Seventy sixth Field Artillery, Third Division. On the 23d of August. 1917, he was commissioned temporary captain and later was placed in command of Battery B, Seventy sixth Field Artillery of the Third Division. Sent overseas, he went into the front lines July 6, 1918, and was severely wounded on the 28th of July, 1918, at Le Channel, France, in the Aisne-Marne drive. In August, 1919, he was retired from the regular service with the permanent rank of first lieutenant.

Mr. Warner belongs to the American Legion and during the year 1923 was chairman of the Lucas County American Legion. He is actively interested in the purposes of that organization to promote Americanization and to uphold the flag of the country just as unsullied in times of peace as in days of war. He belongs to the Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity and to the Pi Kappa Alpha general fraternity; is a member of the Toledo Chamber of Commence, and is also identified with the American Bar Association.

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