Clipped From The Holland Evening Sentinel
or may h a t we because a for or a a r inspiration cappella Masonic Leader Succumbs at 68 GRAND HAVEN (Special) -Fred H. Schwonteck, 68, of 326 Elliott St., Grand Haven, died Saturday night in Hackley Hospital in Muskegon where had been taken 10 days earlier. He was April 29, 18S5, in Grand Haven and lived here all his life. He a member of Second Reformed Church. For the last 15 years he was office manager of the Harold H. Smith Co. in Muskegon, also serving as income tax consullant and general accountant. For 42 years previously, he was associated with the family of the late Nathaniel Robbms and was general manager for the Robbins interests in the Goodrich Boat line. He was prominent in ci\ic affairs particularly in Masonic circles. being one of the originators of the De Molay chapter, a member of the Corinthian chapter 84, and Grand Haven Lodge F AM No. 139 ' H e was past and past patron of Grand Haven OES for several years and served as secretary of the Masonic Temple association. Surviving are Ihe wife, E t h two daughters, Mrs. John H Nolen of Muskegon and Mrs. Harold Pell ot Denver. Colo.: a son, Arthur E. of Monroe, and f i v e grandchildren. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 2.30 p.m. from Kammeraad Funeral Home with burial in Forest ccmflcry. Graveside rites will be under the auspices of Grand Ha\en Lodge F and No. 139.