Clipped From The Holland Evening Sentinel
7 de- \\ed- Thursday and nor- 68-74. normal of the r t C Pelton, born, life Albert Lenenga Dies in Muskegon Ml'SKKGON' -- Albert Lenenga. 82, of The Dunes Trailer Park, West Sherman Blvd., died in Mercy Hospital Sunday evening. He was born in Grand Haven and was a contractor, painter decorator, retiring about 15 years aso He wa.s a member of the Muskegon Yacht Club, S u r v i v i n g are three Mr.s Milton Eggert of S p r Lake. Mr.s. Bernard Brozck of Milwaukee, \\is., and Mrs. Harold Johnson of Kansas City. Mo.; two sons. .Joseph R and Edwin, both of Mti.skegon: two .sisters, Mrs. Fred Schwonteck of Grand Haven and Mr.s. William Boomgaard of Mu.skegon Heights: eight grandchildren; grandchildren; three g r e a t grandchildren. Funeral services will be held from the Kammeraad Funeral Chapel in Grand Haven on Wednesday Wednesday at 2 p m, with the Rev. John \ Petersen of the Christian Reformed Church offici- a t i n g Burial will he in Lake Forest Cemetery, Grand Haven.