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 Oramel B. Fuller

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Oramel B. Fuller

Birth
Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA
Death
4 Nov 1935 (aged 77)
Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, USA
Burial
Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan, USA
Plot
1-19-4
Memorial ID
146828472 View Source

No one is really sure when Ormal B. Fuller came to Michigan. The Fuller Park on M-35, with 80 acres of land was donated by Ormal to Ford River Township.
He attended schools in Lansing & Muskegon. He married Jennie VanZalingen, [born August 27, 1862 in Ionia, Michigan], in 1887 in Muskegon. They had 2 children, Harold B. & Ralph V. Fuller.
Ormal was a half-brother to Charles Malloch, father of Ruth Malloch Wickman.
Ormal was working for the Ford River Lumber Co, where he was in charge of scaling logs & lumber.
In 1893, Ormal was elected to the House of Representatives & later the Michigan Senate. He was elected Auditor Genera; in 1908 & served 24 years. It was said that he never lost an election. He was known as "The Watchdog of the Michigan Treasury & his roll-top desk in the capitol.
("The Story of Ford River Township" by Jean Peterson Brayak, 1973")
(Edited & Courtesy of klh)

No one is really sure when Ormal B. Fuller came to Michigan. The Fuller Park on M-35, with 80 acres of land was donated by Ormal to Ford River Township.
He attended schools in Lansing & Muskegon. He married Jennie VanZalingen, [born August 27, 1862 in Ionia, Michigan], in 1887 in Muskegon. They had 2 children, Harold B. & Ralph V. Fuller.
Ormal was a half-brother to Charles Malloch, father of Ruth Malloch Wickman.
Ormal was working for the Ford River Lumber Co, where he was in charge of scaling logs & lumber.
In 1893, Ormal was elected to the House of Representatives & later the Michigan Senate. He was elected Auditor Genera; in 1908 & served 24 years. It was said that he never lost an election. He was known as "The Watchdog of the Michigan Treasury & his roll-top desk in the capitol.
("The Story of Ford River Township" by Jean Peterson Brayak, 1973")
(Edited & Courtesy of klh)


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