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Omaha, Nebraska
including South Omaha
Mayors, Postmasters


Mayors of Omaha, 1857-2016 (may be incomplete!)
Jesse Lowe 1857-58 Andrew Jackson Poppleton 1858 George Robert Armstrong 1858-59 David Douglas Belden 1859-60 Clinton Briggs 1860-61 George Robert Armstrong 1861-62 Benjamin Eli Barnet Kennedy 1862-64 Addison R. Gilmore 1864-65 Lorin Miller 1865-67 Charles H. Brown 1867-68 George Roberts 1868-69 Ezra Millard 1869-71 Smith S. Caldwell 1871-72 Joseph H. Millard 1872-73 William M. Brewer 1873-74 James S. Gibson 1874 Champion S. Chase 1874-77 Reuben H. Wilbur 1877-79 Champion S. Chase 1879-81 James E. Boyd 1881-83 Champion S. Chase 1883-84 Patrick F. Murphy 1884-85 James E. Boyd 1885-87 William J. Broatch 1887-90 Richard C. Cushing 1890-92 George P. Bemis 1892-96 William J. Broatch 1896-97 William F. Bechel 1897 Frank E. Moores 1897-1906 Harry B. Zimman 1906 James C. Dahlman 1906-18 Edward Parsons Smith 1918-21 James C. Dahlman 1921-30 John H. Hopkins 1930 Richard L. Metcalfe 1930-33 Roy Nathan Towl 1933-36 Dan B. Butler 1936-45 Charles W. Leeman 1945-48 Glenn Cunningham 1948-54 John R. Rosenblatt 1954-61 James J. Dworak 1961-65 Alexander V. Sorenson 1965-69 Eugene A. Leahy 1969-73 Edward Zorinsky 1973-76 Robert G. Cunningham 1976-77 Albert L. Veys 1977-81 D. Michael Boyle 1981-87 Stephen H. Tomasek, Jr. 1987 Bernard R. Simon 1987-88 Fred L. Conley 1988 Walter M. Calinger 1988-89 Paul J. Morgan, Jr. 1989-94 Sebastian Anzaldo 1994-95 Hal Daub, Jr. 1995-2001 Mike Fahey 2001-09 Jim Suttle 2009-13 Jean Stothert 2013-

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1906 Mar 23: Frank E. Moores, died in office.
  • 1930 Jan 21: James C. Dahlman, died in office.
  • 1961: James F. Green, defeated.
  • 1965 Apr 6: Alexander V. Sorenson, nominated; James J. Dworak, nominated; Warren R. Swigart, defeated in primary.
  • 1965 May 11: Alexander V. Sorenson, elected; James J. Dworak, defeated.
  • 1988 Apr 13: Bernard R. Simon, died in office.
  • 1997 Apr 1: Hal Daub, Jr., nominated; Brenda Council, nominated; Lou Lamberty, defeated in primary.
  • 1997 May 13: Hal Daub, Jr., elected; Brenda Council, defeated.
  • 2001 Apr 3: Mike Fahey, nominated; Hal Daub, Jr., nominated.
  • 2001 May 15: Mike Fahey, elected; Hal Daub, Jr., defeated.
  • 2005 Apr 5: Mike Fahey, nominated; David Friend, nominated; Peter Kroger, defeated in primary.
  • 2005 May 10: Mike Fahey, elected; David Friend, defeated.
  • 2009 Apr 7: Hal Daub, Jr., nominated; Jim Suttle, nominated; Jim Vokal, defeated in primary; Randy William Brown, defeated in primary; Mort Sullivan, defeated in primary.
  • 2009 May 12: Jim Suttle, elected; Hal Daub, Jr., defeated.
  • 2013 Apr 2: Jean Stothert, nominated; Jim Suttle, nominated; Dave Nabity, defeated in primary; Brad Ashford, defeated in primary; Dan Welch, defeated in primary; Maura DeLuca, defeated in primary; Mort Sullivan, defeated in primary.
  • 2013 May 14: Jean Stothert, elected; Jim Suttle, defeated.


    Postmasters at Omaha, 1855-1983 (may be incomplete!)
    David Lindley 1855 Laurence H. Frank 1855 William W. Wyman 1855-57 Theodore H. Robertson 1857 William W. Wyman 1857 Theodore H. Robertson 1857-59 Charles W. Hamilton 1859 William W. Wyman 1859-61 George R. Smith 1861-70 John H. Kellom 1870-71 John H. Kellom 1871-72 Joel T. Griffen 1872 Casper E. Yost 1872-77 Thomas F. Hall 1877-83 Charles K. Coutant 1883-87 Constantine V. Gallagher 1887-90 Thaddeus S. Clarkson 1890-95 Euclid Martin 1895-99 Joseph Crow 1899-1904 Henry E. Palmer 1904-08 Benjamin F. Thomas 1908-12 Charles E. Wharton 1912-16 Charles E. Fanning 1916-20 Herbert S. Daniel 1920-21 Charles H. Black 1921-25 J. Dean Ringer 1925-26 J. Dean Ringer 1926-31 Frank C. Patton 1931-32 Frank C. Patton 1932-36 Harley G. Moorhead 1936-44 William L. Eckhardt 1944-45 John H. Hopkins 1945-54 Walter Korisko 1955 Walter Korisko 1955-61 John P. Munnelly 1961-63 John P. Munnelly 1963-83

    Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1954 Nov 29: John H. Hopkins, died in office.


    South Omaha
    (annexed to Omaha 1915)

    Postmasters at South Omaha, 1887-1901 (may be incomplete!)
    W. G. Sloane as of 1887 F. J. Etter as of 1901

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