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Warren Noble Groff

Warren Noble Groff was born in Tiffin, Ohio, in 1874.  His education was received at the public schools, followed by a course at Notre Dame, after which he entered the Ohio State University.  He was graduated from the latter institution in 1896 with the degree of A. B.  He then entered the law department, taking his degree in 1899.

     Mr. Groff comes of a family of lawyers, his forebears having been eminent in the legal profession in Ohio for many years, and it was in his native town that he first commenced to practice.

     The great Middle West called him, however, and it was not long before he came to Kansas City, and let the local winds dally with his shigle.  Mr. Groff is alone in the practice of law.

     He is unmarried, and belongs to the Chi Phi Fraternity, the Kansas City Athletic Club, and the University Club.

     In politics he is a Democrat, and since coming to Kansas City has identified himself with the local organization.
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