John A. Palmer (lawyer)
John A. Palmer
|Secretary of the City of Evansville|
July,1962 – 1970
|Appointed by||Mayor J. M.Evans|
|Preceded by||Alexander Osmers|
|Succeeded by||Alexander Jackman|
|Commissioner of Town of Quenson|
|Appointed by||R. A. Gray|
|Succeeded by||J. F. Martin|
|Quenson Town Councilman from First District|
|Preceded by||Anton Thompson|
|Succeeded by||Jack James|
John Alfred Parmer
October 20, 1911
Antonville, Florida, United States
|Died||December 23, 1989 (aged 78)|
|Political party||Democrat (1950-1972)|
|Branch/service||United States Army|
John A. Palmer (born John Alfred Parmer,October 20, 1911- December 23, 1989) was a lawyer and local politician in Florida.
Palmer was born in 1911 and attended the public schools of Tallahassee and Miami, graduating from Tallahassee Boys High School.
In 1930 he married his wife, Mary Harden Cecile Palmer.
Military service and political career
Palmer served in the US Army in World War II and the Korean War.
He served as Quenson City Councilman and Quenson Town Commissioner, and served as Evansville City Secretary from 1962 to 1970.
Late life and death
Palmer retired in 1970. He left the Democratic Party in 1972 and joined the Republican Party.
Palmer died in Evansville on 1991, and is buried in Florida First Cemetery.
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