George A Fritzinger Obituary October 28, 1954 - Belleville Telescope
George A. Fritzingcr George A. Fritzingcr, first son of (leorge A. and Margaret Frit zingcr, wa.s" born A))ril 7, 18(),'), at New Corydon, Jay county, Indiana, and passed away October 17, 1954, in Orange, Cal., at the age of 89 years, (i months and 10 days. When he was six years old the Fritzingcr family moved to Republic Republic county, Kan, Here Mr. Fi'itzinger grew uj) on a farm, and in 1900 was married to Musetta N. Kelly. To this union were born one son and four daughters, .Mr. Fiitzingei- was wed! known during Ids residence in Htdleville v.here he was in tin- mei-cantile and ice i)roduction bvisiness. In 1920 the family moved to Manhattan to furtlier the children's education. It was on November 21, 1929, (hat his wife passed away suddenly. suddenly. In 194U he nuived to Califcnnia to live \vith his children and for the Iiast three years had made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Howard Howard Wineland in Garden (Jrove, Cal. Mr. Fritzingcr was a UK'nibcr of Central Christian church in Belleville. Belleville. He was a devoted father and a friend to all who knew him. He is survived by one s(m, T.Ioyd of Tarzana, Cal., and four daughters, daughters, Mrs. Alta Wineland, (iarden Gi-ove, Cal., Mrs. Edith Scott, Corona del Mar, Cal., Mrs. Dora Badgley, Long Beach, ('al., and Mrs. Georgia Chiaroni, San Rafael, Cal,; seven grandchildren, one great-grandchild, two brotheers, Charles of Casa Grande, Ariz., and Will of Courtland; and one sister, Mrs. Margaret Kirbie of Pomona, Cal. Funeral services were held Monday Monday at Bachelor - Faulkner - Dart chapel in Belleville with the Rev. Donald Young of Central Christian church officiating. Interment was in the family plot in Belleville cemetery.