|Birth: ||Aug. 25, 1907|
|Death: ||Oct. 21, 1990|
The Rev. Walter A. Linaberger Jr., 83, associate pastor of Trinity Tower United Methodist Church in Penn Hills, died of congestive heart failure Sunday in Ohio Valley Hospital, Stubenville. Mr. Linaberger was a graduate of Adrian College and the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He was ordained in 1939 and served during World War II as an Army chaplain. He was a 32nd degree Mason. He is survived by his wife, Jessie R. Lanaberger of Follansbee, W.Va.; a daughter, Mara L. Watson of Wellsburg, W.Va.; two sons, Charles A. of Frederick, Md., and James T. of Franklin Park; five grandchildren; a sister, Erma Young of Grove City; and a brother, Ralph of Butler. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in the Charles Trenz Funeral Home, 11110 Frankstown Road, Penn Hills, where services will be in William Penn Memorial Cemetery, Churchill.
From: The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh, Pa., Tuesday October 23, 1990, Page 10
LINABERGER, WALTER ALBERT, JR.
Conference Relations: Licensed to Preach 1934; Supply Pastor Methodist Protestant Pittsburgh Conference 1934; Admitted on Trial 1935; Member on Trial Methodist Pittsburgh Conference at Union 1939; Full Member 1939; Elder 1939, Leonard; Member Methodist Western Pennsylvania Conference at Merger 1962; Member United Methodist Western Pennsylvania Conference at Union 1970; Retired: 1973; Deceased: October 21, 1990 at Penn Hills, Pennsylvania. Buried at Penn Hills Memorial Cemetery, Churchill, PA. Born August 25, 1907 at Brady's Bend, PA. (His memoir is in 1991 Journal, page 335; Her memoir is in 1994 Journal, page 285).
Appointment Records: Stahlstown 1934-1936; Amity/Union Valley 1936-1937; Morrisville 1937-1940; Sharpsburg: Union Centenary/Evergreen 1940-1941; WV: New Cumberland/PA: Tucker 1941-1943; Chaplain: United States Army 1943-1945; Smithfield/Walnut Hill 1945-1948; Dunbar: Franklin Memorial/Mount Braddock 1948-1951; Pittsburgh: Morningside 1951-1953; Beaver Falls: College Hill 1953-1955; Wellsburg, West Virginia 1955-1959; Pittsburgh: Homewood Avenue 1959-1962; Wilkinsburg: South Avenue Associate 1962-1965; Brownsdale: Nixon 1965-1967; Nixon 1967-1968; Homestead: First 1968-1971; Bradford: Asbury/Custer City 1971-1973; Retired: 1973.
PASTORAL RECORDS; 2010; WESTERN CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH; 1784 – 2010; COMMISSION ON ARCHIVES & HISTORY; OCTOBER 15, 2010; Page 456.
Note: Ministry information courtesy of Ward White
Walter Albert Linaberger (1873 - 1943)
Ida Vaughn Linaberger (1877 - 1966)
Jessie Rebecca Lytle Linaberger (1913 - 1993)
Charles Albert Linaberger (1933 - 2005)*
Ida May Linaberger (1899 - 1899)*
Walter Albert Linaberger (1907 - 1990)
William Penn Gardens Of Remembrance
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Record added: Sep 18, 2009
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