Since 1914 Doctor Case has been engaged in the general practice of medicine and surgery at Akron. His offices are in the Central Savings and Trust Building. Doctor Case is a native of Summit County, Ohio, and had the advantage of thorough training and exceptional talent in preparation for his chosen career. He was born at Hudson, August 7, 1882. His great-grandfather, Chauncey Case, came to Ohio in 1814, and spent his active career as a farmer in Summit County. The father of Doctor Case is John Goodman Case, and he was born at Hudson, was educated at Western Reserve College and for many years conducted a large dairy farm at Hudson. He was interested in civic and public affairs. His home is now a fruit ranch at Los Gatos, California. John Goodman Case married Josephine Peck.

Carl Judd Case was reared on a farm, attended country schools in Summit County, the Hudson High School, graduated from Western Reserve Academy at Hudson in 1900, and subsequently entered Western Reserve University, where he took his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1905. The next two years he spent in England as a salesman of photographic supplies. Returning to this country, he entered Western Reserve University, Medical Department, was graduated Doctor of Medicine in 1910, and the following year was an interne in the City Hospital of Cleveland. From 1911 to 1914 he was engaged in general practice in Peninsula, Ohio, and in the latter year located at Akron. During the period of the World war he was a member of the Medical Examining Board for East Akron, and he belongs to the Summit County, Sixth District, Ohio State and American Medical associations. He is a member of the University Club, the Burns Club and the First Congregational Church.

Doctor Case married at Cleveland, in August, 1912, Miss Myra Clark. She was born at Shardon, Butler county, Ohio. She is a graduate of the Western Reserve College and Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and was a teacher of music in Cleveland. She takes an active part in musical clubs, is a member of the Burns Club, the Woman's City Club and the Oberlin College Club of Akron. Doctor and Mrs. Case take their recreation principally in travel.



History of Ohio, The American Historical Society, Inc., 1925, Volume III