Leon F. Higgins

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Leon Forrest Higgins was an American businessperson and politician from Maine. Higgins, a Republican from Brewer, served as an Alderman in 1900, in the Maine House of Representatives in 1913-16 and in the Maine Senate (1917-1920). During his final term (1919-1920), Higgins was elected Senate President.[1]

Higgins owned a successful insurance business and was an incorporator of Brewer Savings Bank.[2]