Howard Levan

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Howard Levan - , OBITUARY Howard A. Levan. Howard A., son of...
, OBITUARY Howard A. Levan. Howard A., son of Emma L. and the late Edward Levan, died at his residence at Mt. Penn at 9.30 a. m. of pneumonia, aged 39. Besides his widow, Edna A. (nee Haas), there survive a daughter, Wary, ana one son, John, at home; also two sisters, sisters, Florence, wife of Milton Luft, nf Wvomissing. and Sarah, wife of Howard Wentzel, this city. Deceas ed was a stove molder by iraae, aim was last employed at the Heading Stove. Works. He was a memDer or the Iron Holders' Union, P. O. S. of A. No. 369, and Reformed denomination. denomination. Mr. Levan moved from Reading Reading to Mt. rein five years ago and conducted an ice cream and confectionery confectionery store. John Bitting. John Bitting, aged 9u years, died at the home of his son - in - law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Miller, Sliillington. He' was born July 25, 18:28, at Sunbury, and was the son of the late Jacob and Sara (Rothermel) Bitting. In 184 S he came with his parents to Berks county where, until 1892, he was engaged in farming. Mr. Bitting married Elizabeth Worley and to this union were born 15 hildren, three dying in infancy and four in later years, Mr. Joseph Hassler, Mrs. Charles AV. Berg, John and Charles. There remain the following children: Jrvin, Frank, William, Wellington. Mrs. Amanda Brensinger, Mrs. Lillie Miller, Mrs. Ella Iluyett, Mrs. Alice Yoder. Deceased was a member of Yocom's Lutheran church. Years ago he was a well - known horseman and frequently drove in trotting and pacing is Max Shoe at of 227 of Robert intoxicants to

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  1. Reading Times,
  2. 11 Dec 1918, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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