Viewing George M. Bleecker (1861-1936).
George Morton Bleecker practiced law in Minneapolis for about forty-seven years. From his admission to the bar in 1887, he concentrated on real estate and probate law, and later included banking and corporate law in his practice. He served one term in the legislature, and many years on the Minneapolis Civil Service and Planning Commissions. He was president of the Hennepin County Bar Association in 1925. He died on April 21, 1926, at age seventy-four. In memorial proceedings for the county bar association the following year, George Leonard recalled his success as an arbitrator and mediator: