Bio: Halder, George H. (1866 – 19??)
Surnames: Halder, Ringle
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Halder, George H. (11 April 1866 – 19??)
GEORGE H. HALDER, who is now serving in his fourth year as deputy state oil inspector, has charge, as janitor, of the Court House at Wausau. He commands the respect and enjoys the confidence of his fellow citizens, with whom he has been officially associated for many years. He was born at Pittsburgh, Pa., April 11, 1866.
Mr. Haider came to Wisconsin in boyhood and attended school in Manitowoc County until 1881, when he came to Wausau. He learned the baker's trade but never followed it, other and more congenial lines occupying his attention and for twelve years he was in partnership with his brother in the plumbing business at Wausau. He has always been a zealous republican and has served both as supervisor and as alderman from the First Ward. Prior to accepting the position of oil inspector he served two years as under sheriff of Marathon County, under Sheriff Damon. He has had charge of the Court House for some time, being now in his third year as janitor and during this period has made many personal friends among the office holders and visitors to the building, his efficiency and courtesy being often a subject of favorable remark.
Mr. Haider married Miss Aurora E. Ringle, a daughter of Valentine Ringle, and they have two children: Leona C. and Aurora C. Mr. Haider belong to the Masonic fraternity and the E. F. U.
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