Joseph H. Brennan, district traffic superintendent of the Bell Tele phone Company, was born Feb. 11, 1897, and
is the son of Robert and Jane (Pennington) Brennan, residents of State College, Pa.
Joseph H. Brennan spent his boyhood at home and was graduated from high school in 1916 and from Pennsylvania State
College in 1920, where he studied commerce and financing. He then became connected with the Bell Telephone Company
at Pittsburgh and after a year there was transferred to New Castle, Pa., as assistant traffic (superintendent.
Later he was located at Greensburg as acting superintendent and then sent to Pittsburgh. Since Jan. 1, 1924, he
has been in Erie, where he is district traffic superintendent, handling all long distance service.
Mr. Brennan is a Republican, a member of the (Methodist church, and belongs to the Masonic lodge, Delta Tau Delta
fraternity, Chamber of Commerce, and the University Club, where he lives. He is an ambitious and progressive young
business man, whose success in life is practically assured.
History of Erie County, Pennsylvania
By: John Elmer Reed
Historical Publishing Company
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