Victor P. Banet, 85, of Princeton, died Monday at at St. Mary's Hospital in Evansville after a nine weeks illness.
Mr. Banet was born September
13, 1885 in New Albany. He had resided in Princeton the past 6 years. Mr. Banet was a retired Machinist with Southern Railway.
He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church. Mr. Banet was also a member of K. O C. and I.A. of Machinist.
Surviving are his wife, Mary Banet; one
daughter, Mrs. Reinhardt Groeger of Evansville and two sons, Richard V. Banet and Gerald E. Banet of Princeton; one sister, Miss Caroline Banet of Princeton and 12 grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Services will be held Friday at at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Princeton with burial in St. JosephCemetery. Rev. Father Adolph Eggloff will officiate.
Friends may call at Colvin and son Mortuary after Thursday. The Rosary will be
prayed at the Mortuary at Thursday.
Services for Victor A. Banet, prominent
member of Saint Joseph's Catholic Church, were held Friday morning at 9:15 a.m.
at a Concelebrated Funeral high mass with the Rev. Adolph Eggloff,
pastor, the Rev. Charles Banet, a nephew and
President of Saint Joseph's College, Rensselaer, Indiana and the Rev. Conrad
Louis, O.S.B. of Saint MeinradArchabbey,
as Co-Celebrants officiating.
The Saint Joseph Children's Choir sang the solemn Funeral Mass
accompanied by Mrs. August Wolfe, as organist.
The Rev. Father Conrad Louis, O.S.B. delivered a fitting
eulogy of his departed friend.
Graveside services followed with burial in the St. JosephCatholicCemetery, Princeton