Henry E. Reeder Obituary, February 1929, Pennsylvania

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Henry E. Reeder Obituary, February 1929, Pennsylvania - THE MORNING NEWS, DANVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY,...
THE MORNING NEWS, DANVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, ni'iir he nw lie Y. ion 403 4ti 375 375 375 FUNERAL OF HENRY TOMORROW Well Known Turbotvillc Man Died Saturday In Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre 546 428 48.1 515 125 297 0. Tiubutville. Feb. 12.-The 12.-The 12.-The funeral services for Henry Reeder. one of Tur- Tur- botville's most well known and highly respected rcMdents. who died of bron chial pneumonia about midnight .at- .at- urday in the home of his son. Francis Reeder. at Wilkes-Barre. Wilkes-Barre. Wilkes-Barre. will be held on Thursday aiternoon. i-cd. i-cd. i-cd. h. -ai -ai o'clock, in the Trinity Reformed church at Turbotvillc. The services will be conducted by the pastor of the church, the Rev. Walter R. Clark, assisted by a lormer jKistor, the Rev. John C. Sanders, Sanders, now of Marlon. Pa. Interment will be made in the Turbotvillc cemetery. cemetery. The deceased was aged 77 years, 4 months and 20 days. He had been an invalid for the past year but the immediate immediate cause of his death was bronchial bronchial pneumonia. Mr. Reeder was born at Schuyler and hud spent practically ull hiB life in this vicinity, residing in Turbo! vllle tor tho past thirty years, In the spring of 100U he purchased from tho Augustus Haseley estate the residence on Paradise street, which he uikI his wire occupied until last lull, when tiny went to Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre Wilkes-Barre to spend the winter with their son and' daugliter-iu-iuw. daugliter-iu-iuw. daugliter-iu-iuw. daugliter-iu-iuw. daugliter-iu-iuw. By occupation. Mr.1 Reeder had been a farmer. Later he took the iwsitUin of dyer in- in- tlvJ local silk mill, w hich work he carried on t until 111 health comuelled him to retire: trom netiun urn He was a member of the Trinity Re-, Re-, Re-, formed church, a regular attendant, j had served for many years as a mem- mem- H. uer of the church consistory and fori several years had been superintendent ' Super-of the Sunday school. Besides his affiliation with tlw church, he took an active interest in! local affairs and was at one time a'rur remerber-member of the borough council. He'ed was a member of the following f ra-1 ra-1 ra-1 ternal orders: The Maccabees, of Sun-bury; Sun-bury; Sun-bury; the p. o. s. of A. and I. O. O. P., Turbotvillc. Surviving are his widow, two sons. Francis Reeder. of Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, Wilkes-Barre, and Clyde Reeder, of Lancaster; two grand sons, one granddaughter, one great j granddaughter and a hall brother. Warren Reeder. of Bethlehem. COMMANDER VISITS SUNBURY LEGION

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  1. The Danville Morning News,
  2. 13 Feb 1929, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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