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    W. C. MONG

    W. C. Mong, at the head of the plumbing business at Piqua conducted as Mong & Son, is a practical heating engineer and authorized agent for all American Radiator Company products, and in Ohioan by birth. When he was a child his parents removed to Salina, Ohio, where his father, David Mong, a native of Butler county, conducted a plumbing business and where the youth gained his first knowledge of the trade. W. C. Mong studied the technical phases of heating and plumbing engineering and subsequently became an engineer for the Quapaw Company, of Bartlesville, Okla. In the meantime, in 1906, his father had come to Piqua and established himself in business, and when he died, November 6, 1917, W. C. Mong took up his residence at this city, succeeding his father as the head of the firm of Mong & Son, plumbers and heaters, at 601 North Main street. Mr. Mong has installed a number of heating systems in centralized schools, including schools in Miami county, one of which is the modern Bethel township school, also at Urbana and in the county of Montgomery. He is known as one of the most efficient men in his, line in his part of the State and his business has grown to large and important proportions. Mr. Mong is an Elk, Pythian and Odd Fellow. He belong s to the Christian church.

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