Philip Redinger obituary
J E 1 I N ISO 5 news_ circulation its ,, .7 - Â· Â· Â«~- this R .Â«atiiger at home. addressed of after Philip V. Redinger Philip Valentine Redinger died his home in Black Valley on Wednesday, October 30, 1912, of the Infirmities of old age. He was born at same place November 3, 1824, was, therefore, almost 88 years the time of his death. He was of John and Charlotte McCoy Redinger. In 1849 he was united in marriage to Miss Sarah Snyder, with three children, survives, namely, David Redinger of Yellow Creek John W. Redinger and Miss M. He is also Â« John Redinger Â· - Â· - -- two publishing influence." . . of Chaneysville and Stephen. Redinger of Kansas. The funeral took place Saturda forenoon at the Bethel Reformed Church near Steckman, and was ducted by his pastor, Rev. Daniel Hetrick. Deceased was in many respects : remarkable man, for, although he lived almost all his lifetime in a house built by his father at the of the east side of Tussey's Mountain, yet he was one of the most intelligent laymen to be found. He loved to read good literature and owned and studied some of the best books of his denomination, together with the church paper. He united with the Reformed Church in early manhood and for 65 years since its organization he was a member of Bethel Sunday School. He was punctual upon the services of the sanctuary and served his congregation faithfully in the capacity of Sunday School superintendent, deacon, elder and trustee. Although never singer, he could repeat from memory many of the best hymns in common use. In his death the wife has lost a good husband, the children a and helpful father, the community a good citizen, neighbor and friend I the church an exemplary member. His home was noted for its hospitality. The large concourse of people his funeral testified to the esteem in held by those who knew this him. Peace to his ashes. D. G. Hetrick. coun- Clearville, Pa., Nov. 4, 1912.