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Arnor P. Miller

ARNOR P. MILLER

Vice-President of the E.P. Wilbur Trust Company, was born in Catasauqua, November 7, 1865, a son of William F. and Diana C. Reichard Miller. He attended the South Bethlehem High School, graduating with the class of 1881. He also pursued a course at Lehigh University. He was private secretary to E.P. Wilbur, president of the Lehigh Valley Railroad and in November, 1897, was elected Secretary of the E.P. Wilbur Trust Company, and later promoted to second vice-president. In 1911, through his rare executive ability, he was elected to the V ice-Presidency. Mr. Miller is one of the most active citizens of the community. Besides being engaged in the banking business, he is also secretary and treasurer of the Bethlehem City Water Company; President of the Industrial Limestone Company; Treasurer of the Mineral Spring Ice Company; Secretary and Treasurer of the Brown-Borhek Lumber Company; Secretary and Treasurer of the J.M. Degnan Company, and has numerous other business interests. Mr. Miller is a member of Allentown Lodge, No. 130, B.P.O. Elks; Manufacturers’ Club, of Philadelphia; Livingston Club, of Allentown; Bethlehem Club; Northampton Club; Lehigh Country Club; Northampton County Country Club; Bethlehem Rotary Club, and a number of other organizations. On August 19, 1891, he married Cora May Lehr, a daughter of General Samuel D. and Elizabeth S. Lehr, of Allentown. His home address is No. 818 West Broad Street, Bethlehem.

 


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R.C. Mauch

R.C. MAUCH

Lawyer, was born September 4, 1888, a son of John Wesley and Millie Bright Mauch, of Bethlehem. He was educated in the Hellertown High School, class of 1903; Muhlenberg College, class of 1907, and the Dickinson Law School, class of 1910. He was admitted to the Northampton County Bar in February, 1911, since which time he has risen steadily in his profession. Upon the death of Attorney H.A. Cyphers, he assumed his practice in the Brodhead Building, South Side, and has the confidence of his large clientele. He is solicitor for the borough of Hellertown, and is a member of the Delta Theta Fraternity of Muhlenberg; Odd Fellows and Knights of the Golden Eagle. He married Bessie J. Ruch, daughter of T.M. and Mary Ruch. He holds the degree of A.B. at Muhlenberg, and LL.B. at Dickinson Law School.

 

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