Source: "Portrait and Biographical Record - Published 1894 by Excelsior Publishing Co., Chicago" Page 624
Otto Foeste, Assistant Cashier of the German Bank of Sheboygan, is a young man of good business qualification, as is
evident from the position he holds. For a fuller account of the family to which he belongs, see sketch of Henry
Foeste. The subject of this notice was born opposite the Sheboygan County court house, September, 13, 1865. Until
fourteen years of age he attended the public schools of his native city, then spent two years in study in
Switzerland. Sickness, however, made his return necessary. On the 9th of May, 1882, he began as errand boy in the
German Bank, working his way upward to book-keeper. On the death of J. H. Mead, in 1891, he was made Assistant
The wedding of Mr. Foeste and Miss Alma, daughter of Ernst Clarenbach, was celebrated August 5, 1886.
Socially, Mr. Foeste is a member of the Masonic fraternity. By faithful discharge of duty he has won the confidence
of the members of the banking institution which he represents, and of the public as well.
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