|Death: ||Oct. 5, 1956|
New York, USA
From the Bennington Banner October 6, 1956
Mrs. Given Dead At 85
NEW YORK (AP) - Mrs. Irene Heinz Given, 85, of Manchester, Vt., only daughter of the late H.J. Heinz founder of the food products firm, bearing his name, died Friday.
Mrs. Given, a native of Sharpsburg, Pa., lived in New York until about 20 years ago when she and her husband moved to Vermont. After her father's death, she maintained many medical research programs started by the elder Heinz.
With her two brothers, Howard and Clifford S. Heinz, they built the Heinz Chapel in Pittsburgh and participated in the sponsorship of the Sarah Heinz Settlement House in Pittsburgh.
She was a board member of the Sarah Heinz Settlement House in Pittsburgh.
She was a board member of the Moore County Hospital and Village Chapel in Pinehurst, N.C., where she spent her winters. She also was a member of the board of the Manchester Congregational Church.
Surviving are her husband, John L. Given; a daughter, Mrs. Sarah Larson of Lake Forest, Ill. and a son, John Given, Jr., New York City. Funeral services are scheduled Monday in Manchester.
This was published in newspapers across the country at the time of her death
Heinz's Daughter Dies
New York. Oct 6. - Mrs. Irene Heinz Given, 85, of Manchester, Vt., only surviving daughter of the late food king H.J. Heinz, died in Presbyterian Hospital here Friday.
Below is from the Irene Heinz Given and John LaPorte Given Pediatric Foundation.
IRENE HEINZ GIVEN and JOHN LaPORTE GIVEN, married in 1899, provided generous support to medical institutions and universities nationwide. The Givens made their home in Vermont, and Mrs. Given--the daughter of Henry J. Heinz, founder of the H.J. Heinz Company--was active in civic life. In memory of their father and grandmother, Mrs. Given and her brothers established the Heinz Memorial Chapel at the University of Pittsburgh. Mr. Given, who had founded an advertising firm and was the author of Making a Newspaper, went on to join the Heinz Company as advertising counsel and a member of the board of directors. The Givens endowed professorships at several schools, including Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Harvard School of Public Health and Middlebury College. Mrs. Given died in 1956 and Mr. Given, in 1957.
Many charities and organizations around the country benefit from the Irene Heinz Given and John LaPorte Given Foundation.
Henry John Heinz (1844 - 1919)
Sarah Sloan Young Heinz (____ - 1895)
John LaPorte Given (1871 - 1957)*
Elizabeth Given (1902 - 1902)*
Sarah Given Larson (1904 - 1982)*
John Laporte Given (1907 - 1957)*
Clarence Noble Heinz (____ - 1920)**
Irene Heinz Given (1871 - 1956)
Howard C Heinz (1878 - 1941)**
Clifford Stanton Heinz (1883 - 1935)**
Created by: Nancy D
Record added: Dec 02, 2012
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