Biography of Milton Friedman
North Central Ohio Biographies

Milton Friedman, who is successfully engaged in the practice of law at Lorain, with offices at 105 Sixth Street, is widely known throughout Lorain County. He was born in Chicago, Ill., Aug. 28, 1900, the son of Jacob and Regina (Zuckerman) Friedman.

Jacob Friedman is a native of Czecho-Slovakia, as is his wife. Their marriage took place in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. Friedman had located first at Zanesville, Ohio, and later lived in St. Louis and Chicago. He conducted a men's furnishing business at Marquette, Mich., until 1909, when he established the same type of business in Lorain. He is now identified with the National Tube Company in Lorain. Mr. Friedman is a Republican, and holds membership in Agudath B'nai Israel Temple. To Mr. and Mrs. Friedman were born six children, as follows: Edward and Emma, both deceased; Morton, attended Ohio State University, is a civil engineer with the Michigan Central Railroad in Detroit, Mich.; William M., who died in 1926, was a graduate of the College of Law, Ohio State University, and engaged in practice at Lorain; Milton, the subject of this sketch; and Pearl, who lives at home.

Milton Friedman was reared and educated in Lorain, and is a graduate of Lorain High School, class of 1919. He was employed in the offices of the National Tube Company, and attended night classes at the John Marshall School of Law, Cleveland. He also studied the Deibel Morris Review Course in Cleveland and on Dec. 31, 1926, was admitted to the Ohio bar. He has practiced law in Lorain since that date and served as police prosecutor from Jan. 1, 1928, until Jan. 1, 1930.

Mr. Friedman is a Republican and belongs to the Knights of Pythias, B. P. O. Elks, and Chamber of Commerce. He is vice president of B'nai B'rith and is secretary of the Lorain Lawyers Nisi Prius Club. He also is identified with the Lorain County Bar Association and Ohio State Bar Associaton.

History of North Central Ohio
Embracing Richland, Ashland, Wayne,
Medina, Lorin, Huron and Knox Counties
BY: William A. Duff
Historical Publishing Company
Topeka-Indianapolis 1931

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