E. E. EDGAR
E. E. EDGAR, treasurer of the Hobart Electric Manufacturing Company, one of Troy's leading manufacturing plants, has made this city his home for the past twenty years. He was born in Wilmington, Ohio, in 1870, and is a son of Rev. George M. Edgar, a minister in the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Mr. Edgar attended various public schools through Southern Ohio, where his father held charges, until he was eighteen years old. He then came to Troy and accepted a position as clerk with the Troy Buggy Works, going from there to the Troy Carriage Company, which he left in 1904 in order to accept his present office with The Hobart Electric Manufacturing Company. He is interested in other successful enterprises as a stockholder. In 1895 Mr. Edgar was married to Miss Elizabeth Campbell, who is a daughter of John M. Campbell, of Troy. They have one son, John Campbell Edgar. Mr. Edgar is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church and he is associated with the Troy Club. He is a public-spirited citizen, taking a hearty interest in all that pertains to the progress of Troy.
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