ALBERT W. LANDIS
Albert W. Landis, who as cashier of the Citizens National Bank of Covington has won the confidence and esteem of his associates and the public of his community, was born at Circle Hill, Ohio, June 24, 1883, a son of Simon and Samantha (Compton) Landis. There were four children in the family: Theodore, Ella, Albert W. and Emma. Albert W. Landis acquired his education in the country schools and the high school at Covington, and in 1905 became identified with the Citizens National Bank, of which he was made cashier in 1908. He has continued to discharge the duties of this position to the present time, and has contributed in no small degree to the success and prosperity of his institution. During the World war period he was an indefatigable worker in behalf of the various war loans, and in other ways has demonstrated his good citizenship and public spirit. He has several civic and social connections and takes an active part generally in the life of his community. Mr. Landis married Estella, daughter of George and Carolyn (Heitzmann) Rike, of Covington, and they have two children: Mary Catherine and Helen Carolyn.
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