Henry F.


Ref: Town and Country
Pennsburg, Montgomery County, PA
Saturday - November 16, 1901

Henry F. REITER, of Trumbauersville, Bucks County, died on Friday of last week at 10 o'clock a.m. of pneumonia. Mr. REITER was only confined to bed for a little more than a day. He was a school teacher and taught school on the preceeding Wednesday. In the evening he complained with a severe cold, took to his bed and the next day a physician diagnosed his case as pneumonia. The following day he died. Deceased was 45 years of age. Mr. REITER taught school for 28 successive years and for the last 12 years he was principal of the Trumbauersville schools and also served as notary public for the last seven years. Mr. REITER was a member of Saucon Lodge F. and A.M., No. 469, of Coopersburg and Trumbauersville Lodge, No. 372, K. of P., which organizations both attended his funeral in a body. He also was superintendent of the Trumbauersville Sunday-schools for the past twelve years. President of the Trumbauersville Horse Insurance Company and President of the Trumbauersville Improvement Company. He was an active member of the Luther League and the church choir.

His mother, his widow and one son Luther, also a teacher in Milford township, survive him.

The funeral was held on Wednesday and it was the largest ever held in Trumbauersville. Rev. D. H. REITER officiated. Interment was made on the Trumbauersville cemetery.

Submitted by: Deborah





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