Champ, Joseph H.; vice pres. and gen. mgr. The Bishop-Babcock Co.; born, Cleveland, Oct. 1, 1857; public school education; learned the plumbing trade and worked at it from 1873 to 1883; then went with The Bishop-Babcock Co.; became a member of the company and was elected to present position in 1895; pres. The Julier Baking Co., 1902; pres. the Board of Trustees of St. Clair Hospital; organized the Cleveland. Savings Bank Co.; pres. one year, then sold the business; director of Standard Welding Co., and interested in a number of corporations; K. T., Mason, Mystic Shriner; member Century, Colonial and Euclid. Clubs; and Rush-more Club, St. Clair Flats. Republican.