Arthur William Doyle, son of the late Judge Dayton A. Doyle, has given a good account of himself in the legal profession. He is the present prosecuting attorney of Summit County, and is a veteran of the World war. He was born in Akron, November 3, 1893. His education was acquired in public schools, then in Cornell University, where he graduated Bachelor of Arts in 1915, and in 1917 received his law degree from Western Reserve University at Cleveland.

In July, 1917, he was called to the colors for duty in the World war, being with the One Hundred Thirty-fifth Field Artillery. Becoming first lieutenant of the Sixteenth Field Artillery, in command of the battery, he served overseas, and after the armistice was with the Army of Occupation in Germany until July, 1919.

After the war he engaged in private law practice with the firm of Allen, Waters Young and Andress. In 1920 he was elected prosecuting attorney of Summit County, and has also served as a member of the Civil Service Commission, and is a director of the Ohio State Bank and Trust Company. In 1924 he was candidate for the republican nomination for Congress in the Fourteenth Ohio District.

Mr. Doyle is a thirty-second degree Scottish Rite Mason and Shriner, a charter member of the Tadmor Temple of Akron, a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, belongs to the Portage Club and the Akron City Club, and his diversions are golf, hunting and horseback riding. He is a member of the Summit County, Ohio State and the American Bar associations. Mr. Doyle is commander of the Joseph Wein Post of the Veterans of Foreign wars. He also belongs to the American Legion.

 

 

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