|Birth: ||Mar. 30, 1896|
|Death: ||Jan. 11, 1979|
Raymond Frederick Lichte was born 30 March 1896 in Big Spring, MO, the son of William Charles and Mary (Hünefeld) Lichte. He performed honorable active service in the United States Navy in World War I at the following stations: Naval Air Station, Great Lakes, IL; Dunwoody Naval Air Station, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Receiving Station Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and United States Navy Air Receiving Station in Pauillac, France. While stationed in France he received the rating of MUS 2/C.
Prior to World War I, Raymond Lichte taught school at Bland and Hermann, MO. He completed his higher education at Central Wesleyan Academy, Warrenton, MO, in 1917, and his D.D.S. at St Louis University School of Dentistry, St. Louis, MO, in 1923. On 15 May 1924, he married Rey Gladys Neese in St. Louis.
Dr. Lichte was initiated an Entered Apprentice Mason on April 11, 1925, Bland, MO, and raised to Master Mason, June 27, 1925. He received his 50 year pin from the Grand Lodge of Missouri, Belle Lodge No. 373, on June 27, 1975, at the Masonic Hall, Belle, MO.
Dr. Lichte was a practicing dentist for more than 50 years in Union, MO.
William Charles Lichte (1867 - 1953)
Mary Catherine Charlotte Huenefeld Lichte (1870 - 1964)
Rey Gladys Neese Lichte (1901 - 2000)*
Union (Franklin County)
Created by: Jane Denny
Record added: Apr 22, 2008
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