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.
Early life[edit | edit source]
In 1930 he married his wife, Mary Harden Cecile Palmer.
Military service and political career[edit | edit source]
He served as Quenson City Councilman and Quenson Town Commissioner, and served as Evansville City Secretary from 1962 to 1970.
Late life and death[edit | edit source]
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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