Lyman R. Critchfield, III., Outstanding among the prominent young attorneys of North Central Ohio is Lyman R.
Critchfield, III., who is engaged in the practice of his profession in Wooster as a member of the firm of Critchfield,
McSweeney & Critchfield. He was born in Wooster, May 30, 1903, the son of Lyman R. and Rose (Brown) Critchfield.
A complete sketch of Judge Lyman R. Critchfield appears elsewhere in this history.
The early education of Lyman R. Critchfield was received in the public schools of Wooster. He received the degree
of Bachelor of Arts at Western Reserve University in 1926, and the degree of LL. B. at George Washington University
in 1928. He has since successfully engaged in practice at Wooster.
On June 9, 1923, Mr. Critchfield married Miss Madeleine Hull, of San Antonio, Texas, the daughter of Harvey D.
and Nora (Morris) Hull. For a number of years Mr. Hull was head of the Medina Oil & Gas Company of Wooster.
Reremoved to San Antonio, Texas, in 1915, where he served as general manager of the Southern Gas & Oil Company.
He remained in San Antonio until 1928, and has since been a resident of near Mansfield. Mr. and Mrs. Critchfield
have a daughter, Cynthia Anne Critchfield, born Feb. 2, 1931.
Politically, Mr. Critchfield is a Democrat. He is a member of the Methodist Church and belongs to Sigma Chi Delta,
Theta Phi and Delta Sigma Rho fraternities.
History of North Central Ohio
Embracing Richland, Ashland, Wayne,
Medina, Lorin, Huron and Knox Counties
BY: William A. Duff
Historical Publishing Company
North Central Ohio Biographies
Names A to C
Names D to G
Names H to K
Names L to P
Names Q to S
Names T to Z
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