Norman Leeds Sr.

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Bridgeport Telegram
Friday, January 19, 1923
Protective Ass’n Chooses Leeds as President Again

The annual meeting and reception of the Bridgeport Protective Assoc.iation was held yesterday afternoon at the home on Myrtle avenue, when all annual reports were read and the report of the nominating was read and accepted.

The officers are Norman Leeds president; William B. Boardman, first vice president; Mrs C.B. Doremus, second vice president; Mrs Frederick E. Morgan, recording secretary, Mrs. Herbert Sherman, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Charles E. Weeks, treasurer

Bridgeport Telegram
July 13, 1948

Mrs. George M. Barker, Brooklawn Terrace returned Wednesday from Colorado Springs, Col. where she has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Norman Leeds.

Mrs Norman Leeds Sr.
Memorial services for Mrs. Frances Fuller Leeds, 86 of 13 Nash Lane, widow of Norman Sr., who died yesterday will take place tomorrow at 2PM in the Howland Chapel of the Congregational church, Park avenue and State street. The Rev. Wallace W. Anderson, pastor, will officiate.

Born in Cleveland, Mrs. Leeds has been a resident of this area since 1902.

Mrs. Leeds’ husband, who died in 1944, had been vice president and general manager of the Automatic Machine company.

She is survived by two sons, A Fuller Leeds, of Southport; and Richard L. Leeds, of Bronxville, N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs. George M. Barker, of Easton; a sister Mr.s O.J Campbell, of New York City; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

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