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Elmer Henry Maytag
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Birth: Sep. 18, 1883
Death: Jul. 20, 1940
Lake Geneva
Walworth County
Wisconsin, USA

Thursday July 25, 1940 (Arlington Citizen) [Texas newspaper]

Maytag Manufacturer Passes Away Sunday

The Maytag Southwestern Co., with offices in Dallas, Wednesday at one o'clock observed a period of silence as a tribute to Mr. E. H. Maytag, president of the washing machine manufacturing firm, who died at his summer home in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, on Sunday night.

This tribute was announced in a bulletin to Mr. L. M. Patterson, Arlington Maytag dealer Wednesday.

Mr. Maytag died at the age of 56, of a severe heart attack from which he was unable to rally.

Funeral services for the maker of the world's most famous washing machine were held at Newton, Iowa, Wednesday afternoon with burial in the Union Cemetery there.
Here is some information on E. Maytag from the Newton Union Cemetery registery.

Maytag Elmer Henry
Born: Sep 18, 1883.
Died: Saturday, July 20, 1940
Age 56
Buried in Section 6, Lot 83, Block 8.
Son of Frederick & Conradena (Bergman) Maytag.
Husband of Ora Blanche (Kennedy)Maytag.
Family links: 
  Frederick Louis Maytag (1857 - 1937)
  Conradena Wilhelmina Bergman Maytag (1859 - 1934)
  Ora Blanche Kennedy Maytag (1883 - 1963)*
  Robert Elmer Maytag (1923 - 1962)*
  Elmer Henry Maytag (1883 - 1940)
  Louise Bergman Maytag Smith (1885 - 1973)*
  Lewis Bergman Maytag (1888 - 1967)*
  Freda Lucille Maytag (1890 - 1951)*
*Calculated relationship
Newton Union Cemetery
Jasper County
Iowa, USA
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Record added: Aug 14, 2008
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Elmer Henry Maytag
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Elmer Henry Maytag
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Elmer Henry Maytag
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Rest in Heavenly Peace. Our Family bought Maytag washers for many years. Our first washer was Maytag--and how we loved it for making OUR MOTHER'S LIFE EASIER. May you rest in heavenly peace.
- Irisana
 Added: Nov. 12, 2015

- Paula Raulston Duchesne
 Added: Nov. 1, 2009

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