George Feltz George Feltz, county auditor of Allen County, was born in Seneca County Ohio, March 18,1843, and is a son of Florentz and Margaret (Loefler ) Feltz. The parents were born in Germany, where the father followed the occupation of gardening. He served in the French Army for nine years and came to the United States in 1840, settling first in Seneca County, Ohio, where he engaged in farming until 1850, when he removed to Mercer County, where he died, age 85 years and four months. He had two children. George Felz was liberally educated at St. Mary's College and at other institutions and then engaged in teaching for some seven years at Sidney, Ohio, and other points. In 1867 he came to Allen County, engaged in the insurance business and established and was the editor and proprietor of the Lima Courier. He was very active in the organizing of building and loan associations; the three that he was instrumental in establishing proved beneficial to all concerned. For 30 years he was secretary and manager of building and loan associations at Lima and at present is on the board of directors of The Citizens' Loan and Building Association. Mr. Feltz is serving his second term as auditor of Allen County, having been first elected to the office in 1900 and reelected in 1903. In every way he has been an acceptable official, conscientiously discharging every duty and being faithful to every trust. Mr. Feltz was united in marriage with Elizabeth Holtgreve, who is a daughter of Anthony Holtgreve, of Delphos, Ohio. Mrs. Reltz was formerly a popular and successful teacher in Van Wert and Auglaize counties. They have four children, viz: Leander A., Albin G., Arthur C., and Otmar J., Leander A. is secretary and manager of The Citizens' Loan and Building Association, of Lima; Albin G. and Otmar J. are mangers of the dry goods store of Feltz Brothers & Company, of Lima, while Arthur C. is assistant cashier of The Ohio National Bank, of Lima. The pleasant family home is situated at No. 321 North West street. Mr. Feltz ia a finished musician and for 30 years has been organist of St. Rose's Catholic Church, to which he and his family belong. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Elks.