William G. Gorgner Obit

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William G. Gorgner Obit - an a of tonight. In (Continued on Pago two.)...
an a of tonight. In (Continued on Pago two.) MR. BORGNER DIES AT NOON PROMINENT IN OFIUIIOIT ANQ A MODEJj BrJcjc.iLlftyei' by William 0. Borgner, one of the oldest oldest and 'b'est known residents of tho city, died at noon today at Ms Home on West Chestnut street, near TBttth. He was aged TO years, .His health lad been falling for two years past, but he managed to be about, and as nte as" Tuesday of this week was sqen cm the streets of tho city. An otfs'truetloh in tlie 'bowels added new fcompllcatjons to his formex- ailment, nnd his decline since Friday was most rapid. , The deceased was born In this city n,the home on. Walnut street np'w PC- cupled by a sister, Miss Rebecca |3argnor. ,,He resided here all his life and as a bricklayer assisted in erecting erecting many 'of the largest tiuildlngej In the city. ,.".-• ,., He was'employed at tfiat occupation for forty years and In that time also assisted in erecting many homes and other e.dlflces. TTo personally laid the cornerstone o? the Y.' M. C, A. building. building. the sistei-'named, and a sis toHn-law, MTS. Qeorgo Horgnar, there 'survive a niece; Miss Lilljan Gi-aeff, with whoflf Mr Itorgner re- Sided, and a nephew, Charles Oraeff, of Washington, D. C. The deceased was a prominent member member of 81. Paul's 'Kvahgellcal church and was president of the Board of t'rusteea of that oongi-egation. He was also a director of the Y. M. C. A. and a member of the lodge Of O'dd fellows. ; Mr. Borgner was noted aa a 'Chris^au 'Chris^au map. and an eminent church member and was held In highest, esteem esteem by the people of the community. He was an ardent worker in jthe caiise of Prohibition and religions movomqntB of all kinds had hie eai;n- ost support. • w • . ,As a.nelghhor and friend he was a model and he wua re»pecteil wherever known. of

Clipped from Lebanon Daily News16 Mar 1907, SatPage 1

Lebanon Daily News (Lebanon, Pennsylvania)16 Mar 1907, SatPage 1
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