Biography of William W. Bonnell
Mahoning County, OH Biographies

WILLIAM W. BONNELL, secretary of the Falcon Bronze Company, of Youngstown, and also treasurer and general manager of the Leather Shop Company, is one of the most progressive and enterprising young business men of this city. He was born at Youngstown, Ohio, in 1875, and is a son of W. Scott Bonnell, a full sketch of whom appears in this work.

William W. Bonnell was reared in Youngstown, but was mainly educated in Boston, Massachusetts. He entered into business with the Mahoning Valley Iron Company, with whom he remained for six years, and was then connected with the Finished Steel Company for about five years, after which he was with the Truss and Cable Fence Company of Cleveland, Ohio, for one year. Mr. Bonnell then built the plant of the Concrete Sand & Stone Company, and for about one year and a half was with the Morris Hardware Company, which is one of the largest concerns of its kind in this section of Ohio. He is also interested in several other large business enterprises and is a stockholder in several of the Youngstown Banks.

Mr. Bonnell was married in May, 1898, to Julia F. Garlick, a daughter of H. M. Garlick, and they have one daughter, Sara-Cree Bonnell. He is a member of the Youngstown club and Golf club and belongs to the First Presbyterian Church.

20th Century History of Youngstown
and Mahoning County, Ohio and
Representative Citizens,
Edited and compiled by Gen. Thos. W. Sanderson
Youngstown, Ohio
Biographical Publishing Company
Chicago, Illinois 1897

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