Albert Fiebach - Partner of Fiebach, Hauser & DiLeone

10110 Lake Shore Boulevard

Albert Fiebach was a senior partner with the law firm of Fiebach, Hauser & DiLeone, a specialist in corporate, finance, estate, and labor law.

Albert served as a police prosecutor, traffic judge, clerk, auditor, and solicitor of Bratenahl Village from 1914 through 1934. He was a member of the Republican Central Committee and Executive Committee of Cuyahoga County

Albert Henry Fiebach was born on August 28, 1876, in Brownhelm Township, Lorain County, Ohio, to Peter and Sarah Fiebach. He received his education in district schools before attending Oberlin Academy from 1892 to 1895 and Oberlin College from 1895 to 1896. He studied for two years at the University of Michigan and returned to Oberlin for a senior year receiving his A.B. degree in 1899.  He went on to Harvard Law School, receiving an LL.B. degree in 1902 and was admitted to the bar in December 1902.

Albert married Louise June Bogart on November 30, 1905, in Shenandoah, Iowa. June was born on November 4, 1877, in Neponset, Illinois. June graduated from Oberlin College.

Albert and June had one daughter, Mary Bogart (Bliss), born on March 15, 1914. Mary attended Bratenahl School and graduated from Hathaway Brown school. She later became a clerk and solicitor for Bratenahl Village.

Fiebach was a director of Ohio Forge & Machine Corporation and other industrial companies. He was a member of the Cleveland, Ohio State, and American Bar Associations, director Public Health and the Welfare City of Cleveland, organizer, and trustee for Cleveland Federated Charities and the executive committee of Legal Aid Society Cleveland, the legal committee of Associated Charities, and a member of the Chamber of Commerce.

He was a high priest, Bahurim Council Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, and Assistant Rabban Al Koran Temple Ancient Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. Clubs included Cleveland Athletic, Rotary, and Union clubs.

June died on December 2, 1950. Albert died on July 16, 1955, and was buried alongside June in Lake View Cemetery.