(July 7, 1878-Sept. 29, 1958). A native of Indianapolis and the son of, former three-time mayor of the city, George Denny graduated from Princeton University in 1900 and Indiana University’s School of Law in 1902. Denny specialized in corporate and tax cases, and he represented for many years.
From 1910 to 1914, Denny served on the Indianapolis City Council. In 1934, he ran, unsuccessfully, as thecandidate for mayor, and he chaired the Republican state platform committee from 1938 to 1948. In 1939, he became the president of the Indianapolis . Appointed of Indianapolis in April 1947, Denny became the city’s chief executive following Mayor death in July of that year. Upon leaving office, Denny made an unsuccessful bid for Congress in 1948. In 1951, he became the inheritance tax administrator of the Indiana Department of Revenue.
In 1948, Denny was a delegate to the Republican national convention. He served as a director of the Indianapolis, a governor of the , and as both trustee and president of the Boys Club of Indianapolis (see ).