Where is Kryder's Money?
1969: Gestational commencement
of Fort Wayne National Corporation (after-birth 1982)
Thomas Moorhead (far right), Minnie Kryder's Estate Attorney and Frank Kryder's Vice-President of the Kryder Company until 1970, stands around in 1969 with other new and past officers of the Allen County Bar.
1970, Moorhead moved to the law firm Shoaff, Simon,
Keegan, and Baird where he was an estate lawyer before finishing
off his career at Baker and Daniels (and Shoaff)
Citation: Photo ID: 00000661 Collection: Historic Photos Notes: FORT WAYNE. RETIRING PRESIDENT HONORED - HOWARD L. CHAPMAN, (THIRD FROM LEFT), RETIRING PRESIDENT OF THE ALLEN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATIONS ANNUAL MEETING, TUESDAY NIGHT. NEW OFFICERS LOOKING ON ARE (LEFT TO RIGHT) LINDY MOSS, PRESIDENT ELECT; GEORGE E. FRUECHTENICHT, NEW PRESIDENT, AND THOMAS MOORHEAD (FAR RIGHT) VICE PRESIDENT. NEWS - SENTINEL OCTOBER 8, 1969 Allen County Public Library Digital Image Collection
housed in the Collection: Fort Wayne's (Summit City) Redevelopment Project
and Bordner's, then Bordner and Felger's Legal Assistant told the PR
many client records were burned before Bordner moved into the new Bank
Building and perhaps that's what happened to the Kryder Company, Inc.
corporate records. Bordner died in 1987,
but when queried by the PR as to the burning of the books, Felger
quickly attempted to correct the Assistant's boo-boo.
of Some of Clarence and Minnie Viola "Disler" Kryder's Realty:
to the HOME PAGE Site
by Leigh M. Fulghum, Personal Representative