Biography of Carl F. Sattler
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Carl F. Sattler. One of the most enterprising and successful business men of Mansfield is Carl F. Sattler, who is president and general manager of the Blymyer Brothers Company, wholesale furniture dealers, 141 East 5th Street. He was born in Miff lin Township, Richland County, April 21, 1886, the son of Dr. George P. and Lena M. (Sunkel) Sattler.

Dr. George P. Sattler was born at Lancaster, Pa., June 7, 1844, and his wife was born in Madison Township, Richland County, July 27, 1862. She died Feb. 8, 1930, and is buried at Mansfield. During the Civil War Doctor Sattler enlisted as a member of the 102nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and served throughout the war period. He later took up the study of medicine at the Cleveland College of Physicians & Surgeons and during his active professional career was located at Windsor and Mansfield. He served as U. S. Pension Examiner for over 20 years. Doctor Sattler retired several years ago and is residing in Mansfield. He is a Republican, a member of the First Lutheran Church, Grand Army of the Republic, and North Central Ohio Medical Society. To Doctor and Mrs. Sattler were born two children: Carl F., the subject of this sketch; and Anna M., who lives at Mansfield.

Carl F. Sattler grew up in Mansfield and received his early education in the public schools of this city. He was graduated in pharmacy from Ohio State University in 1907 and for a time was associated with William Barton, druggist, Mansfield. Later he conducted a drug business at Bellville, McConnellsville, and Findley. From 1919 until 1927 Mr. Sattler was the Chevrolet distributor in Findlay and surrounding territory. His territory included Tiffin, Fostoria, Bluifton, North Baltimore, Arlington, and Bloomingdale. He was the founder of the Findlay Automobile Dealers Association, and was its first secretary. Mr. Sattler came to Mansfield in 1927 and in that year purchased an interest in the business of Blymyer Brothers Company. The Blymyer Brothers Company are factory distributors of furniture, stoves, floor coverings and household appliances and travel men in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Mr. Sattler is also financially interested in various concerns besides the Blymyer Brothers Company.

In 1908 Mr. Sattler was united in marriage with Miss Catherine Koch, the daughter of Michael Koch, a native of Germany, now deceased. To them have been born four children: Charles Louis, a graduate of Findlay High School, and member of the 1931 class at Ohio State University, where he is president of the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity and is also a member of the football squad at Ohio State, a captain in the R. O. T. C.; Martha Alice, a graduate of Mansfield High School, attends Ohio State University; George P., and Richard E., both students.

Mr. Sattler is a Republican, a member of the First Lutheran Church, and belongs to B. P. O. Elks, No. 75, Findlay; Westbrook Country Club, City Club, Kiwanis Club. He is also a trustee of the Mansfield Community Fund.

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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