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    Gus C. Greulich. A name that has been known honorably in business circles of Troy since 1870 is that of Greulich, which has always been identified with the meat business. A worthy representative of this name and business is found in the person of Gus C. Greulich, who now conducts a market and slaughter house, and who has won an honorable success. Mr. Greulich was born in Miami county, Ohio, in 1882, a son of Frank and Emma (Weingartner) Greulich, the former of whom established himself in the meat business at Troy as early as 1870 and for many years conducted an establishment along straightforward lines. He and his worthy wife had nine children, of whom six are still living. Educated in the parochial schools of Troy, Gus C. Greulich began his career as assistant to his father, under whose instruction the youth was thoroughly trained in the trade of butchering. Later he became his father's business associate, but in 1911 embarked in business on his own account, and since that time has added to his retail market a slaughter house. Mr. Greulich carries on a profitable business, having as customers some of the leading families of Troy, and his honorable dealing and uniform courtesy have won him numerous friends. He has shown himself a public spirited citizen and during the war period contributed generously to the various drives. Mr. Greulich is a popular member of the local lodge of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, in which he has numerous friends. He married at Troy, Pearl, daughter of Webb McMaken, of Piqua, and they are the parents of one daughter, Helen Louise, born in 1913, who is attending the Troy parochial schools.

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