Where is Kryder's Money?

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The Majority Stockholder of The Standard Building Company, Inc. in 1983 was the owner of a little over 1,000 voting shares of 6% Cumulative Preferred Stock sold during The Great Depression. This rare newspaper ad is in concordance with the Secretary of State File for The Standard Building Company, Inc., which indicates that throughout the life of the corporation, after surgeon Maurice Rosenthal, MD sold his shares of common stock, James Evans and Sam Wolf owned the common stock of the corporation, about 351 shares of which 300 total were accounted for to IRS in the Estate Tax Return for the Charitable Trust of James I. Evans.

The Standard Building Company, Inc. preferred stock was sold by W.H. Rohan who sold the W.H. Simons Plat to Clarence Frank and Minnie V. Kryder to re-plat as Kryders Additions I, 2, and 3. The Kryder company enterprises occupied
variously rooms 202, 203, 204, 224, 225-226, and 309, 1932-1967, and until 1982, 215-217 East Berry Street was called "The Standard Building."

The Kryder main office was located in Rm 225 Standard Building. This had been the office of Harley Somers, Treasurer of Farmer's Trust to which Clarence Frank and Minnie V. Kryder had conveyed 110+ acres of Waynedale Gardens. The Trust company was closed in 1930, while Old National Bank was ordered Liquidated by the U.S. Treasurer in Cause 3285. Farmer's Trust re-conveyed the land to the Kryders, and C.F. Kryder moved directly into Harley Somers office.

Rm 225 was as well the corporate office of Hoopingarner Construction Company, Inc., Clarence F. Kryder incorporator. After his death, Hoopingarner persisted in Rm 225 concurrent with the bookkeeping department of Anthony Wayne Bank where interest payments to the Kryders were deposited. In 1967, were filed the last annual reports for The Standard Building Company, Inc., Hoopingarner Construction, Inc., and The Kryder Company, Inc.

215-217 E Berry Street


Location of Some of Clarence and Minnie Viola "Disler" Kryder's Realty:
Rural 1894-1919:
Cedarville, Cedar Creek Township, Leo, S28 T32 R13, Grabill, Decatur

Kryder Addresses
Utility Building
305-306 Carroll Building
215 East Berry Street
Standard Building, Rms 202, 203, 225, 226; Rm 309
Moss Engineering
807 Ft. Wayne Bank Building
Worthington Apartments
Hartford City
Blackford County
Adams County

Disclaimer: The Personal Representative of this family believes that evidence exists which calls into question the integrity of certain individuals who controlled the bulk of the Kryder Family's property. The PR believes that an assortment of estate documents filed in Allen County, Indiana, from an assortment of related estates, do not represent the entire truth. The information published on this website follows eight years of research. It is Public Information cited from documents recorded in the State of Indiana, and from other genuine publications. One or two statements were made directly to the Personal Representative in letters or on the phone. Experts have been consulted at considerable expense. Due to the evasiveness of fiduciaries, relatives, and known associates of the Kryders, the Personal Representative is of the opinion that harm and injustice have been done to a family entitled to protection under the PROBATE CODE OF INDIANA. This is an opinion, not the conclusion of the Personal Representative. Corrections are welcomed and will be promptly acknowledged and applied. Links to the world wide web do not imply endorsement by this site or by the Personal Representative. estate@frankkryder.com


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