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George Duncan Feldhake, Sr
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Birth: May 10, 1917
Charleroi
Washington County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Apr. 11, 2001
Dover
Morris County
New Jersey, USA

From the
Daily Record
Parsippany, New Jersey
(Morris County)
Wednesday, April 13, 2001

George D. Feldhake Sr.
83, retired laboratory owner

DOVER - George D. Feldhake Sr. died Wednesday at St. Clare's Hospital Dover. He was 83.

Born in Charleroi, Pa., he lived in Michigan and Missouri before moving to Dover in 1954.

The son of the late Gabriel and Amelia Feldhake, he graduated from Charleroi High School and attended St. Bonaventure College in Olean, N.Y. before joining the Army in 1942.

He served during World War II until 1953 when he received his discharge as first lieutenant.

After his military career, he received his bioanalyst certification from the State of New Jersey and became a licensed medical technician as the owner of Duncan Laboratory in Dover. He operated the business for more than 33 years before retiring in 1997.

He was a member of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church in Dover and the American Legion Post 91 of Wharton.

His daughter, C. Lynn Martenis, died in 1991 and a son, Duncan Jr., died in 1996.

Survivors include his wife, Ruth E., and three grandchildren, Scott T., Jodie I., and Kelly K. Martenis. 
 
Burial:
Locust Hill Cemetery
Dover
Morris County
New Jersey, USA
Plot: Grave is unmarked
 
Created by: Gerald "Jerry" Hobson
Record added: Mar 03, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 106127134
George Duncan Feldhake, Sr
Added by: KEN DOTY BROWN
 
George Duncan Feldhake, Sr
Cemetery Photo
Added by: Rich H.
 
 
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The above picture is of the section George is buried. Section M/210. The headstone could not be found.
- KEN DOTY BROWN
 Added: Jun. 11, 2013
World War II. Thanks for your service.
- Gerald "Jerry" Hobson
 Added: Mar. 3, 2013
 
 
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