|Birth: ||Jan. 19, 1896|
|Death: ||Sep. 25, 1974|
Max was born in Kishinev, Moldova. His mother was Ida (Itzel, Yetta) Tartaekovsky. His father was Moishe A.K.A. Morris.
He arrived at the Port of Baltimore on July 23, 1914 on the SS Friedrich der Grosse (Petition for Naturalization). His name upon arrival was MENDEL TECHNER. He was named after his grandfather Mendel.
He married Sarah Snyderman on May 2, 1922 in Philadelphia.
Burlington County Times September 22, 1974, page A-3:
Elderly Woman Killed Crossing Church Road
MAPLE SHADE - an elderly woman died and her husband was listed in "very critical" condition after they were struck by a car on Church Road yesterday afternoon not far from their home. Mrs. Sarah Techner, 73, of 131 Great Road, here, died in the emergency room at Cherry Hill Medical Center as a result of multiple injuries. Her husband, Max, 80, underwent surgery and was placed in the intensive care unit of the hospital, a spokesman said. He suffered multiple fractures and internal injuries. Police said William Fargo, 36, of Schoolhouse Lane, Mount Laurel, was the driver of the car which allegedly struck the elderly couple as they crossed the street. Fargo was charged with death by auto and careless driving. Investigating officer Ptl. Michael Brennan said he was continuing the investigation. Witnesses at the scene were to be questioned today. The Fellowship Emergency Squad and the Maple Shade Emergency Squad responded. Police said the roadway was wet and a light drizzle, which had followed a heavy rain, was falling.
Philadelphia Inquirer, Thursday, September 26, 1974:
Max Techner, Photographer, 78
Max Techner, a commercial photographer, died Wednesday at Cherry Hill Hospital of injuries he suffered when struck by an automobile on Church rd., Maple Shade, N.J. Saturday. He was 78 and lived at 131 Great road, Maple Shade. His wife, the former Sarah Snyderman, was killed in the same accident. She was 75. Mr. Techner had been a commercial photographer more than 55 years. He was most recently employed at the Cherry Hill Studio in the Cherry Hill Mall, and had worked for several studios in Philadelphia. Surviving are two sons, Martin and Milton; five grandchildren, a brother and a sister. Mr. Techner's burial will be private. His wife was buried Monday.
Moishe Techner (1858 - 1904)
Ida Tartaekovsky Techner (1870 - 1945)
Sarah Snyderman Techner (1899 - 1974)*
Milton Techner (1930 - 1999)*
Israel Albert Techner (1889 - 1982)*
Max Techner (1896 - 1974)
Mollie Techner Asroff (1903 - 1999)*
Plot: Section: 17, Lot 432, Grave 4
Created by: Researcher
Record added: Apr 13, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18914366