Publication: Sixty-Third Annual Report of the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce
Cincinnati, OH, United States
CINCINNATI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.
FEBRUARY 6, 1912.
NOTE — The first column indicates the number of the Certificate of Membership; where a blank exists therein, the membership has no certificate. Where an official title in italics is annexed to a name, in the column under the head of "Name," such title, with the title of the corporation following may not express the present official relations of the member, inasmuch as this shows only the manner in which the name appears in the Certificate of Membership which is not changed till transferred on the books of the Chamber of Commerce under the rules of the same, though the official relations of the member to the corporation may have previously changed or actually terminated.
The following reports of Committees of the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce appointed to prepare memorial papers on the death of members, were adopted by the Associoation, and are printed by order of the Board of Directors:
DANIEL CARROLL HEMINGRAY.
Born In The City Of Covington, Ky., February 4, 1857.
Died December 14, 1911.
Actively identified with this Chamber of Commerce from the date of his election March 8, 1882, until called from his family, friends and earthly labors, by the fatal visitation that has taken him from our midst.
Ever ready to lend assistance in promoting the welfare and extending the influence of this Association and contributing not a little toward the manufacturing reputation established by this city, whose commercial reputation is vested in this Association.
It is fitting therefore, that expression should be made and a record inscribed in the minutes of this Corporation, of the loss sustained by this body in his untimely separation.
To this end, your Commitee would beg to submit; That in the death of Daniel Carroll Hemgray [sic] Hemingray, the Chamber of Commerce has lost a devoted and beloved member, than whom few were better known or held in more affection. His genial nature and social qualities endeared him to a large circle of friends extending to almost every State in this nation.
As a husband, he was tender and affectionate; as a friend faithful and devoted; as a citizen he was generous and public spirited; and the influence of his example was upon the side of good order and morality.
In his commercial intercourse, he was the soul of honor, and faithful and strict in the discharge of his business obligations, and his premature death is widely mourned, as it ought to be. Therefore be it
RESOLVED, That in the death of Daniel Carroll Hemingray,—This testimonial be inscribed upon the records of the Association—
That it lost a devoted and valued member; his family a loving husband and brother; his friends a man whose like they will ne'er see again; and the community a useful and valued citizen.
F. A. ROTHIER,
LEVI C. GOODALE,
E. S. GRANT,
JOHN H. ALLEN,
EUGENE L. LEWIS,
JAMES R. MINOR.
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