James
J.
Flynn Jr.


 

JAMES J. FLYNN JR.


From
South Jersey: A History 1624-1924

JAMES J. FLYNN, Jr..As secretary and to treasurer of the Camden Gas and Electric Fixture Company, James J. Flynn, Jr., is numbered among the successful men of the day in  South Jersey, and his usefulness is a definite appraisal of his ability. Coming into the  organization as a young man, he has won his way to executive responsibility in a comparatively few years and is going forward to ever larger success. He is a son of James J. Flynn, and Katherine A. (Burns) Flynn, who died in 1912. His father was president of the Camden Electric and Gas Fixture Company, of which he has been a leading executive for many years.

James J. Flynn, Jr., was born in Palmyra, New Jersey, October 2, 1893. Receiving a practical education in the public and high schools of his birthplace, Mr. Flynn was graduated from high school in the class of 1910, and at once entered the present organization in the capacity of clerk. Familiarizing himself with the details of the business by the practical methods of his experience and bringing to bear upon his work the constructive energies of the natural executive, Mr. Flynn rose in the organization until he was elected to his present offices as secretary and treasurer, and he is now considered one of the noteworthy and outstanding young men of the day in South Jersey. Mr. Flynn is a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, also of the Republican Club, of Camden; and he attends the Catholic Church, of Camden. 

James J. Flynn, Jr., married, at Camden, in August, 1915, Marian Hartka, daughter of Edward and Victoria (Smith) Hartka, and they have two sons: James J. III, born in November, 1916, and Thomas E., born in March, 1918.


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