Biography of Albert Greulich, Jr.
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Albert Greulich, Jr. As city prosecutor of Lorain, Albert Greulich is widely and favorably known throughout Lorain County, where he has always lived. He was born in this city, May 26, 1899, the son of Albert and Jennie M. (Vason) Greulich.

Albert Greulich was born at Toledo, Ohio, and his wife is a native of Albany, Ga. He spent his early life on a farm and came to Lorain in 1896, where he spent several years in the employ of the Baltimore & Ohio Docks. Later, he was employed in a clerical capacity in the Sam Klein Clothing Store, and for a time conducted a business of his own. Mr. Greulich is now identified with the Ohio State Reformatory at Mansfield as postmaster. He is a Democrat and has been a member of the Lorain County Democratic Executive Committee. He has also been identified with the Lorain County Liquor Commission and in 1920 was in charge of the Lorain County census enumeration. He also served for 11 years as a member of the Lorain County election board, and has been identified with the Ohio State Oil Commission. To Mr. and Mrs. Greulich only one child was born, Albert, Jr., the subject of this sketch.

Albert Greulich, Jr., attended the public schools of Lorain and attended Lorain High School and was graduated from the Cleveland Preparatory School. He served in a capacity of time keeper for the MoranoBurkham Construction Company, of Lorain, during 1917-18. In 1919 he spent six months at Tallahasee, Fla, and later in that year was identified with the Davey Tree Surgery at Kent, Ohio. Mr. Greulich subsequently studied law at the Cleveland Law School and also attended Ohio University. He received the degree of LL. B. from the former institution in 1927, and was admitted to the Ohio bar in January, 1928. Mr. Greulich was associated in practice in this city with Judge W. P. Duffy and William Hurley until the time of his appointment as city prosecutor on Jan. 1, 1930.

On Aug. 15, 1921, Mr. Greulich was united in marriage with Miss Icyl Faye Dixson, the daughter of John and Elsie Dixson, of Harrisville, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Greulich have three children: Caroline Jane, born Aug. 17, 1922; Albert III, born Feb. 28, 1924; and Rosemary, born Aug. 23, 1929. Mr. Greulich is a Democrat and belongs to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Black River Lodge, No. 680, Loyal Order of Moose, and Lorain Yacht Club. He is identified with the Lorain County Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association and Lorain Lawyers Nisi Prius Club.

From:
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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