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In Memoriam: Samuel C. Wexler (1912-2003)


Before joining George W. Coen in practice, Samuel C. Wexler practiced law in New York and served in the U.S. Air Force, where he retired as a Colonel. While serving with the Air Force, he practiced as a JAG in the United States Court of Military Appeals.

Mr. Wexler received his law degree from St. John's University Law School (LL.B., 1941/J.D.). He attended his undergraduate studies at the University of Wisconsin.

Mr. Wexler was a member of the American Bar Association; the Ohio State Bar Association (Committee on Banking & Commercial Law, 1970); the Fairfield County Bar Association and the Federal Bar Association (Labor Law Committee, 1965-67). He was also a member of the Judge Advocates Association and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. He was admitted to practice in Ohio in 1942 and in New York in 1969. He was also admitted to practice before the Federal District Court for the Southern District of Ohio and the Supreme Court of the United States.

Mr. Wexler was honored at the Ohio State Bar Association for the successful completion of 50 years of practice in the legal profession.

Samuel C. Wexler retired with Coen Wexler and Wentz.


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