Full name: Edward Everett Willkie
Born: December 25, 1896 in Elwood, Indiana, United States
Died: October 15, 1956 in Bellingham, Washington, United States
Affiliations: US Navy, (USA)
Country: United States
Ed Willkie was from Elwood, Indiana, where he studied at the Manchester College Academy. His sister, Julia, was a professor at Manchester College (later University), while his brother, Wendell Willkie, ran for President in 1940, losing to Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Ed Willkie attended the US Naval Academy where he was a guard on the football team and received several All-American mentions. After his military career, Willkie entered the business world, and was president of the National Cannersâ Association and the Evaporated Milk Association. In 1952, Willkie moved to Bellingham, Washington, to become president of Pacific American Fisheries. He died there of a heart attack in his home, only four years after he took the job.
|1920 Summer||23||Antwerpen||Wrestling||Men's Heavyweight, Greco-Roman||United States||USA||AC r2/5|
|1920 Summer||23||Antwerpen||Wrestling||United States||USA||Round Two||Match #1||2||1920-08-18||Lindfors (FIN) fall (28:43), Willkie (USA)|
|1920 Summer||23||Antwerpen||Wrestling||United States||USA||Round One||Match #2||1||1920-08-17||Willkie (USA) decision (25:00), Struna (TCH)|
|1920 Summer||23||Antwerpen||Wrestling||United States||USA||3rd-Place Semi-Finals||Match #1||2||1920-08-20||Nieminen (FIN) fall (2:48), Willkie (USA)|
|1920 Summer||23||Antwerpen||Wrestling||United States||USA||3rd-Place Round One||Match #1||1||1920-08-20||Willkie (USA) , Gasiglia (FRA)|
|1920 Summer||23||Antwerpen||Wrestling||United States||USA||2nd-Place Final Round||Match #1||2||1920-08-20||Hansen (DEN) fall (1:45), Willkie (USA)|
|1920 Summer||23||Antwerpen||Wrestling||United States||USA||2nd-Place Semi-Finals||Match #2||AC||1920-08-20||Willkie (USA)|