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    Glenn C. Strock. The contribution of Glenn C. Strock to the business prestige of Troy is a well-conducted men's furnishing store, which he operates with his partner under the firm style of Strock & Landrey. Mr. Strock, who is one of the enterprising business men of his city, was born in Clark county, Ohio, May 9, 1881, a son of Addison M. and Rosetta (Wrigley) Strock. He was the third of five children, the others being: Lillian, Minnie, Nellie and Anna. Educated at Troy, after leaving school he centered his attention and activities in the clothing business, with which he was identified until February 1, 1907, when he formed a Partnership with John W. Landrey in founding the firm of Strock & Landrey. Since that time they have conducted a men's furnishing goods store which has won its way to public favor and patronage and which now does a large annual volume of business. Mr. Strock married Elizabeth, daughter of C. B. Rice, of Troy, and to this union there have been born three children: Robert LeRoy, and two who died in infancy. Mr. Strock is a popular member of the Knights of Pythias and the Rotary and Troy clubs. He was very active in the Liberty Loan, war chest and Red Cross movements during the period of the great war.

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