Dr. Charles N. Fiero is an enterprising and successful dentist of Erie, with offices at 913 Commerce Building.
He was born in Fayette County, N. Y., July 18, 1887, and is a son of Oliver and Josephine (Vandemark) Fiero.
Oliver Fiero was born in New York in 1841 and for many years engaged in farming and stock raising. Later in life
he engaged in the ice manufacturing business and now lives retired at Geneva, N Y. His wife, a native of Herkimer
County, N. Y., is deceased. They had six children, as follows: Edna Page, lives at Geneva, N. Y.; Percy, lives
at Troy, N. Y.; Grace, lives at Rochester, N. Y.; Dr. Charles N., the subject of this sketch; Ellen Reynolds, lives
at Syracuse, N Y.; and Jay R., died Feb. 6, 1924. By a former marriage Mr. Fiero had three sons: Irving P., lives
in Buffalo, N. Y.; George and 011ie, both deceased.
After attending the public and high schools of Geneva, N. Y., Charles N. Fiero went to Rochester, N. Y., in 1907
where he took a four years course in manual training at the Mechano Institute, being a night school student. In
the meantime he worked at his trade as pattern maker, but after the completion of this course, he came to Erie
in the capacity of a manual training teacher at the Academy high school. In 1916 he took up the study of dentistry
at Louisville, Ky., and received his degree in 1919, after which he became associated in practice in Erie with
Dr. Harley Ackerman. Since 1923 Doctor Fiero has practiced alone. He is a member of the Erie County Dental Society,
of which he served as president in 1923 and he is also identified with the Lake Erie, State and American Dental
On Dec. 2, 1916, Doctor Fiero was united in marriage with Miss Louise Nick, a native of Erie, and the daughter
of Fred and Anna (Brevillier) Nick, of Erie. Mr. Nick was a prominent druggist for a number of years and now lives
retired. His wife is deceased. Doctor and Mrs. Fiero have two daughters: Jeanne Louise, born June 29, 1920; and
Joan Brevillier, born Nov. 10, 1922.
Doctor Fiero is a Republican, a member of the Park Presbyterian Church and belongs to the Masonic lodge, the Psi
Omega fraternity, and the Kiwanis Club.
History of Erie County, Pennsylvania
By: John Elmer Reed
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