Sigglin, Charles O., Real estate agent – Portland – born on December 2, 1858, in Klintehamn, Gotland. He moved to America in the spring of 1878 and took up residence in Frankfort, Michigan where he worked as a logger for eight years. He then spent time in the hotel business in St. Paul, Minnesota, until February 1888, when he moved to Portland, Oregon. Until 1903 he ran his own saloon business at Glisan & 6th St., when he started in the real estate business with J. N. James. The company has its office at 141½ 1st, on the corner of Alder St. Mr. Sigglin is one of the board directors of the Scandinavian American Bank, and has been the treasurer for the organization Knights of Phytias for many years. He was one of the founders of the organization Svenska Bröderna and was its first secretary of finance. He has extensive real estate holdings and owns a home on 581 Lovejoy St. He married Sofia Anderson from Detroit, Michigan, in 1889, and they have had two sons and one daughter. One son graduated from the University of Oregon in 1908, and the daughter is currently studying in Portland. One son, born in 1892, died at the age of two.