Jun. 7, 1928 Latrobe Westmoreland County Pennsylvania, USA
Taken suddenly ill, while at his work, at the Steel Spring Company's plant, this morning, W. H. H. Greene, was removed to his home, on Avenue C, where his death occurred at noon today.
Last Monday, Mr. Greene and his wife celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary, with the prospect that they had many more years of life together ahead of them.
Last evening Mr. Greene felt ill but the indisposition passed away after a short time, and he believed it to be only a slight attack of indigestion. He went to his work as usual this morning as a heater in the open hearth department.
He became violently ill about 11 o'clock and was removed to his home where his death occurred an hour later, of heart trouble.
Mr. Greene was born in Indiana county in 1878, but had made his home in Latrobe since he was 14 years of age. He had been employed at the Steel Spring Company plant for the past 28 years.
He is survived by his widow, who before her marriage was Miss Rebecca Kuhns, and the following children: James Wismer Greene, Harold William Greene and Gertrude Alice Greene, all at home. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary J. Greene, of Latrobe, and the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Charles Brindle and Mrs. Hewitt Ferrenberg, both of Latrobe, Mrs. Andrew Katton, of Bolivar, Charles Greene of Youngstown, and David Greene of Somerset.