John D. Kimmey
|John D. Kimmey|
|34th Warden of the Borough of Norwalk, Connecticut|
|Preceded by||Edwin O. Keeler|
|Succeeded by||Edgar N. Sloan|
May 21, 1828|
Coeymans, New York
|Spouse(s)||Adeline Hoyt (m. October 14, 1849)|
|Occupation||machinist, merchant, freight agent, grocer|
Early life and family
In 1880, he was first vice president of the Republican Party for New York's 23rd assembly district.
In 1881, he was elected an alternate to the New York Republican Convention.
In 1886, he moved to Norwalk.
In 1888, he was a member of the board of directors of the American Loan and Trust Company of 113 Broadway, New York City.
He was an investor and director of the Roton Point Improvement Company.
In 1901, he was an original incorporator of the South Norwalk Trust Company.
He was chairman of the Norwalk Sewers Committee.
Edwin O. Keeler
Borough of Norwalk, Connecticut
Edgar N. Sloan