Vincent G. Ruthemeyer

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Vincent G. Ruthemeyer - Deaths And Funerals Ruthemeyer. Rites Set For...
Deaths And Funerals Ruthemeyer. Rites Set For Tuesday Requiem high mass will be held at 10 a. m. Tuesday in M. Patrick Church for Vincent G. Ruthemeyer, 71, 4654 Howard Ave., veteran insurance agent tnd Knights of Columbus leader. Burial will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Eighth St. and Nebraska Nebraska Ave. Mr. Ruthemeyer died Friday night in Good Samaritan Hospital Hospital a few hours after being taken there from his home. For 35 years, Mr. Ruthemeyer was special agent for the Equitable Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Iowa and was also secretary of the Lynch Fish Co. He was one of the founders of Northside Coun cil 1683, Knights of Columbus, and had been a member of that council for more than 50 years. Mr. Ruthemeyer was past grand knight and past faithful navigator of Isaac Jogue's General Assembly, Fourth Degree, Degree, Knights of Columbus; past master, southw e s t e r n hemisphere of the Fourth De gree; past vice grand com mander, Order of Alhambra, Al Kamel Caravan 10; past president president of the K. of C. luncheon club, and also helped form the color group of the Fourth De gree unit in Cincinnati. Mr. Ruthemeyer attended a dinner at the Hotel Sheraton Gibson last Saturday night hon oring him and others who had been members of AI Kamel Caravan 35 years or more. Surviving Mr. Ruthemeyer are his widow, the former Elizabeth Lynch; three brothers, Raphael H. and John A., Cincin nati, and Albert A., Los An geles, and two sisters, Mrs Anna Fogarity and Mrs. Lucille Clark. The Dhonau-Rosenacker Dhonau-Rosenacker Dhonau-Rosenacker fa neral home, 5527 Cheviot Rd., is in charge. v VIXCEXT O. RUTHEMEYER will be in St. Joseph Cemetery, Eighth St. and Seton Ave., Price Hill. Oscar Fried Services for Oscar Fried, an engineer for the Stacey Manu facturing Co. for 14 years, will be at 1:15 p. m. today at Hillside Hillside Chapel, Cincinnati Crematory. Crematory. Mr. Fried, who was 71 years old, died Friday at Jewish Hos pital. His home was at 1234 Ry-land Ry-land Ry-land Ave., Bond Hill. He was v stove designer for the Estate Stove Co., Hamilton, for 1C years before joining Stacey. Survivors include his widow. Alice; a son, Walter, New York and two grandchildren. The Weil funeral home, Avondale, is in charge. Alvin Eppstein

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 12 Apr 1959, Sun,
  4. Page 178

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