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Transcribed biography of P. B. Linderman

P. B. LINDERMAN, one of the proprietors of the popular Chesterton Garage, was born in Chesterton, Indiana, on April 28, 1894, the son of David and Clara (Rands) Linderman, the former a native of Porter County and the latter of New York State. To the parents of our subject were born four children: P. B.; Roy; Florence, deceased; and Evelyn. P. B. Linderman attended the schools of Chesterton and also Valparaiso University. For a period of six years he served as a civil engineer, and in 1924 in conjunction with his partner, D. C. Magnuson, he established the Chesterton Garage. This concern serves as sale distributor of the Willys-Knight and Overland automobiles in Chesterton and the immediate neighborhood. They also handle the usual complement of accessories and extend mechanical facilities, repair work, and storage. Mr. Linderman was married to Mabel, daughter of Gustav Carlson, of Porter, on November 21, 1915. To them were born two children: Maxine and Vivian. Mr. Linderman is an active member of the Chamber of Commerce, of which body he is recognized as a constructive factor. He also holds memberships in the Masonic Order, Odd Fellows, and the O. E. S.

Source: Cannon, Thomas H., H. H. Loring, and Charles J. Robb. 1927. History of the Lake and Calumet Region of Indiana Embracing the Counties of Lake, Porter and Laporte. Volume II. Indianapolis, Indiana: Historians' Association. 827 p.
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