William WIneberg obituary
WILLIAM F. WINEBERG, a resident cf Albion for the past 42 years and a rural mail carrier out of the Punxsutawney Punxsutawney office for 26 years, died in Adrian Hospital at 1:40 p. m. Sunday, aged 71 years. William Wineberg was born June 30, 1866, near Marchand, a son of the late John A. and Sophie (Homan) Wineberg. He was united in marriage Seplember 19, 1895, to Miss Ida J. Davidson. The deceased was a member member of the Gospel Hall, Punxs'y. He was a graduate of the Covode Academy. Academy. Surviving are his widow, two daughters, Mrs- Ward Kremkau, of New Cumberland, and Mrs. Aaron Johnston, of Detroit, Mich., and the following sons: Lloyd W., of W'ash- ington, D. C.; Joseph J., Guy M. and Clifton, of Albion, and Glenn, of Glen Falls, N. Y. Funeral services will be held Wednesday Wednesday aflernoon al 2 o'clock in Ihe Gospel Hall in Elk Run wilh burial to follow in Carey Cemetery. Rev. William Beveridge, of Harrisburg, and Rev. David L. Roy, of Cleveland, O., will conduct the services.