Timothy T. Cronin (June 27, 1884 – September 20, 1955) was the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.
Cronin was born to Timothy and Mary (Swanson) Cronin on June 27, 1884, in Chicago, Illinois. He later moved with his family to Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, and attended what later became the Wisconsin State College of Milwaukee and served as a high school principal in Mukwonago, Wisconsin, before his graduation from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 1914. During World War I, he served in the United States Army. A Roman Catholic, Cronin was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Society of the Holy Name.
On November 9, 1916, Cronin married Maud F. Clohisy. They had two children. He died in Oconomowoc on September 20, 1955, due to complications from a myocardial infarction and a stroke.
Cronin opened a private practice in Oconomowoc after graduation from law school. He was U.S. Attorney from 1944 to 1955 before briefly returning to private practice until his death. Additionally, he was city attorney and a member of the school board of Oconomowoc.
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Oconomowoc is a city in Waukesha County, Wisconsin, United States. The name was derived from Coo-no-mo-wauk, the Potawatomi term for "waterfall." The population was 18,203 at the 2020 census. The city is partially adjacent to the Town of Oconomowoc and near the village of Oconomowoc Lake, Wisconsin.
Eugene Wilder Chafin was an American politician and writer who served as the Prohibition Party's presidential candidate during the 1908 and 1912 presidential elections. He was active in local politics in Wisconsin, statewide elections in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Arizona, and campaigned throughout the United States and the world in favor of the prohibition of alcohol.
Arthur K. Delaney was an American lawyer, Democratic politician, and pioneer of Wisconsin and Alaska. He was the first mayor Juneau, Alaska, and was appointed United States District Judge for Alaska by President Grover Cleveland. Earlier in his career, he served as United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin and represented Dodge County in the Wisconsin Legislature for three years.
Glenn Robert Davis was a member of the United States House of Representatives for Wisconsin. He represented Wisconsin's 2nd congressional district from April 22, 1947 to January 3, 1957, and Wisconsin's 9th congressional district from January 3, 1965 to December 31, 1974.
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Quintín Paredes y Babila, often referred to as Quintin Paredes Sr. to distinguish him from his son with the same name, was a Filipino lawyer, politician, and statesman.
John Charles Tarsney was an American politician from Missouri and an associate justice of the Oklahoma Territory Supreme Court (1896-1899). He then returned to Kansas City, Missouri, where he had a private law practice until he died in 1920.
Daniel Hadley Sumner was a U.S. Representative from Wisconsin.
Hubert Louis Will was a United States district judge of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
William Grant Callow was an American jurist who served as a justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court from 1977 to 1992.
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Joseph E. Wimmer is a retired American judge and politician. He served 9 years as a Wisconsin circuit court judge in Waukesha County after representing the county for 8 years in the Wisconsin State Assembly as a Republican.
Harry G. Snyder is an American lawyer and retired judge. He served on the Wisconsin Court of Appeals in the Waukesha-based District II from 1991 until his retirement in 2010. Earlier in his career, he served six years in the Wisconsin State Assembly and eleven years as a Wisconsin Circuit Court Judge in Waukesha County.
Clair Horton Voss was an American lawyer and judge. He was the first presiding judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals in District II, serving from 1978 through 1984. He also served 30 years as a Wisconsin Circuit Court judge in Waukesha County and was a decorated veteran of World War II.
Hon. Edwin Hurlbut was an American lawyer, editor, politician and humanitarian.
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Jennifer Elise Nashold is an American attorney, currently serving as a judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals. She was elected in 2019.
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Joel R. Carpenter was an American attorney from Oconomowoc, Wisconsin who served a single term in the Wisconsin State Assembly.