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Wilbur W. Rinehart (1914-1964)

 

 

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RINEHART

Wilbur W. Rinehart, 50, of 430 East Chestnut street, Washington, was pronounced dead on arrival at Washington Hospital at 11:50 a.m. Wednesday, September 16, 1964, following a heart seizure. 


Mr. Rinehart was born at Nettle Hill, Greene County, February 24, 1914, a son of Ida Cumberledge. He was a member of Bethany Methodist Church of Nettle Hill, a social member of the Sons of Italy, a member of the L.O.O.M. of Washington and the Independent Political Club. He had been employed for many years with the Penn Line Co. 


He is survived by two daughters, Patricia, wife of Roy E. McKnight, Washington, and Shirley, wife of Charles Szolek, Nebraska; one son, Charles W. Rinehart, Washington; two sisters, Mrs. Grace Zugay and Mrs. Clara Lee Barner, both of Toledo, Ohio; and six grandchildren. 

 

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