|Birth: ||Oct. 11, 1904|
|Death: ||Oct. 22, 1963|
Mrs. Molly Rhea Eggers, 57, of Clearwater, Fl., a former resident of Two Rivers and widow of Lt. Col. Fred Eggers II, a member of a pioneer Two Rivers family, died Tuesday night at Clearwater. She had been ill a month. Mrs. Eggers spent the latter part of the summer with a son, Frederick Eggers III, and family of Atlanta, Ga., who had been vacationing in Two Rivers. Funeral arrangements are not known but it is understood she will be buried beside the grave of her husband, who was an army career man, in Arlington National Cemetery, at Arlington, Va.
Mrs. Eggers, nee Molly Rhea Cobb, was born at Memphis, Tenn., in 1905. She was married more than 30 years ago to Eggers, then serving in the south. While her husband served for a number of years in the Orient, Mrs. Eggers made her home with her children at Two Rivers, where she was active in civic and club work for a number of years. Later she joined her husband who had been assigned to military duty in China and Okinawa. In later years the family lived at Church Falls, Md., near Washington, D. C., when Col. Eggers was assigned to the Pentagon. Her husband died in October of 1958. Besides the son, she leaves two daughters, Mrs. Edward Stith of Ft. George Meade. Md., and Mrs. J. N. Bohannon, of Rome, Italy, and 11 grandchildren. Mrs. Helen Stueck of Manitowoc, widow of Dr. A. F. Stueck, the former Helen Eggers of Two Rivers is a sister-in-law.
Manitowoc Herald Times October 24, 1963 p.11
Frederick William Eggers (1905 - 1958)*
Note: Wid Of Eggers Fred Will
Arlington National Cemetery
Plot: Sec: 30, Site: 537-2
Maintained by: M Carter
Originally Created by: John C. Anderson
Record added: Mar 05, 2010
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