Horace S. Kerr was elected a Director of the International Association of Lions Clubs at the 11th International Convention held at Miami, Florida, in July, 1927 and served for the following three years.
Lion Kerr served his district in the capacity of District Governor during the
year 1926-27 and as deputy district governor during the preceding year .
He was president of the Columbus Club from January 1924 to July 1925 besides
serving on the Club's board of directors for three years.
Lion Kerr was born in southern Ohio. He was an alumnus of Ohio Wesleyan, and
graduated from the Cincinnati Law School in 1905.
He was a Knight Templar, Shriner, a member of the Scottish Rite, Alpha Tau Omega and the Columbus Country Club.
Lion Kerr was city prosecutor for Columbus during the years 1910 and 1911, and since that time he had been specializing in the practice of corporation law.
He was married and had two children - a boy and a girl.
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