Edwin B Timmermeister


Personal and Family Information

Edwin was born on 14 JUN 1889 in Auglaize County, Ohio, the son of unknown parents.

He died on 15 OCT 1962 in Allen County, Ohio.

His wife was Kathleen Conner, who he married on 4 NOV 1914 in Augusta, Woodruff County, Arkansas. They had no known children.


Birth14 JUN 1889
Place: Auglaize County, Ohio
Death15 OCT 1962
Place: Allen County, Ohio
Census12 APR 1940
Place: Allen County, Ohio
Address: Lima house 1528, visit 196 valued at $40,000 Timmermister, Ed head mw age 50 married 2 yrs colleg born Ohio, same place 1935 __ Kathleen wife fw age 45 married 3 yrs college, born Ark, same place 1935 __ John, son mw 21 single 1 yr college born Ark, same place 1935 Moorman, Mary , servant fw 39 single single, 8 yrs school born Ohio
BurialOCT 1962
Place: Allen County, Ohio
Address: Woodlawn Cemetery Lima, Allen County, with wife findagrave #60849942


Note 1

Business Executive Dies Here. Prominent Lima businessman and civic leader, Edwin B. Timmermeister, 73, of 1528 W. Market, died at 8 p.m. Monday in his home following an extended illness.

Mr. Timmermeister was a vice president and director of City Loan and Savings and former director and board member of the Metropolitan Bank.

Born June 14, 1889, in Wapakoneta, he was a son of Christian and Theresa Timmermeister. He was married to the former Kathleen Conner. She survives.

Also surviving are one son, John W. of 1611 Lowell; a sister, Mrs. Warner Boos of Wapakoneta; and two grandchildren, William C. and Kay, both of 1611 Lowell.

A Lima resident 40 years, Mr. Timmermeister was a former board member and president of Wapakoneta Daily News and board member and vice president of the St. Marys Woolen Company. He was a director of the Ayrshire Breeders Association. Mr. Timmermeister was a member of the civic group which was instrumental in bringing Westinghouse Electric to Lima.

In addition to business affiliations, he was a member of Market Street Presbyterian Church, Shawnee Country Club, Lima Club, Masonic Lodges, Troubador Club, Mirror Lake Club and a life member of BPOE.

Dr. W. Wood Duff will conduct services at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Siferd Westwood Chapel. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today.
(published in The Lima News, Tuesday, October 16, 1962) findagrave # 60849942


  1. Historical Southern Families, volume XXII a 29 volume series compiled by John Bennet Boddie
    Source: Historical Southern Families, volume XXII a 29 volume series compiled by John Bennet Boddie
    Authors: John Bennett Boddie and Mrs. John Bennett Boddie Emerson Cornelius Conner (1900-1978) of Augusta and Little Rock, Ark