Wilbur D. Fulton
President May 14, 1953 to April 30, 1963 (retired from office)
Mr. Fulton, the first native Clevelander to head the Bank, was born on April 1, 1898. He attended Western Reserve University and the Graduate School of Banking conducted by the American Bankers Association at Rutgers University. He served with the U.S. Army Engineers during World War I and joined our Bank in 1933 as an examiner. Mr. Fulton was named first vice president in January 1953, after four years as vice president in charge of the Bank's Cincinnati branch. His previous banking career included 35 years of service, nearly 20 of which were at this Bank. Fulton was active in a wide range of financial, civic, and governmental affairs.