George N Dietrich - Death Notice

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George N Dietrich - Death Notice - Capt. G. N. Dietrich Dies At Hazleton Of Heart...
Capt. G. N. Dietrich Dies At Hazleton Of Heart Attack A heart attack caused the sudden death last night of Captain George N. Dietrich of Hazleton, former city treasurer of that city and an employe employe of Bell Telephone Company for 25 years. He was stricken while walking from his home to a garage. Mr. Dietrich, who was an officer in Battery A, 109th Field Artillery during the World War, was elected city treasurer of Hazleton in 1923, succeeding William Hill. He served two four-year four-year four-year terms and was a Republican Republican leader in that section of the county for years. Active in affairs of Hazleton Post 76, American Legion, he was president president of the Legion Home Association and. served as third commander of the Post He was one of the first Chefs de Gare of 40 & 8 of Luzerne County. He was a member of Emanuel Baytist Church, Hazleton Lodge of Eagles, Azalea Lodge 687, Free and Accepted Masons, Knights Pythias, Irem Temple Shrine, Wilkes-Barre; Wilkes-Barre; Wilkes-Barre; Mt. Vernon Commandery, Knights Templar; Hazleton Legion post and Drake-Wear Drake-Wear Drake-Wear Post 589, Veterans of Foreign Wars. Surviving are his widow, the former former Edna Shelly of Hazleton, and three children, G. Shelly Dietrich of Chicago, and Earl Dietrich and Carol E. Dietrich, both at home; four sisters, sisters, Mrs. Arthur Martin, Mrs. Lewis Chapman, and Margaret and Thelma Dietrich of Hazleton, and two brothers, brothers, Jerome Dietrich of Harrisburg and Harry E. Dietrich of Hazleton. a

Clipped from Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News27 Nov 1937, SatPage 3

Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)27 Nov 1937, SatPage 3
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