Mining engineer who became the first Chief executive from the Commission rate of Parks in Kansas City, Missouri and is in charge of the introduction of the city’s park and boulevard program. He founded the Kansas Town Smelting and Refining Organization and later offered as President from the United Zinc Organization. He graduated from the faculty from the Canton of Zurich in Switzerland and the institution of Mines in Germany before time for his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. Pursuing his loss of life, his house was bought by Howard Vanderslice and converted into the Kansas Town Artwork Institute. He was wedded to a female called Emma. His parents had been Heinrich Peter Meyer and Anna Catharina Margaretha Kraft. A bronze alleviation scultpure of him was made by famed sculptor Daniel Chester French in 1909.