Edwaqrd Reisinger obit Indiana weekly Messenger 2 Feb 1928

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Edwaqrd Reisinger obit Indiana weekly Messenger 2 Feb 1928 - RECENT DEATHS Edward G. Rislnger Fatally...
RECENT DEATHS Edward G. Rislnger Fatally injured when he was rushed^ by a coal truck on Friday .iiornfng; Edward G. Risinger, aged 13 years, of Wayne avenue, died >om 'Internal 'Hiirie '• i( b 'aken to~ the Indiana Hospital. The distressing accident occurred on We'st School street, where W. N. McCoy had delivered a load of .coal. Just before starting the truck the driver cautioned Risinger, who was his helper,. to keep, away from the ma- t-hine, which he was compelled to back in order to ge't over a grade. In backing the truck Risinger was caught between the porch of the home and the truck. Not realizing that his assistant had been injured McCoy, who had been hailed by a neighbor, found Risinger unconscious. An ambulance was callecV'but the injured man was dead bei'ore he reached the hospital. The deceased, who was born and .reared in the vicinity of Homer City, was a son of the late David Risinger, but had been a real- dent of Indiana for many years. For some time he had been employed on the construction crew of the Indiana branch of the Pennsylvania 'Railroad and the Indiana Street Railway. He held membership with the Presbyterian Church, of town, and the funeral services were conducted by his pastor, Rev. Dr. F. W. Hinitt, at the HiPinger home on Monday afternoon, ? ol1ov,'ed by Interment) in the Greenwood Cemetery. His wife and the following children survive: Mrs. M. O. Bowser, of town; 'Mrs. William Reed, of Blairsville, and Paul, Dale and.Fred, residing at home,Miss

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  1. The Indiana Weekly Messenger,
  2. 02 Feb 1928, Thu,
  3. Page 9

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