|Birth: ||Mar. 12, 1881|
|Death: ||Jun. 2, 1947|
son of Saul Aronson
Barney Aronson, merchant in Olney and Newcastle since 1932, suffered a stroke and died in the Olney hospital.
Aronson was born at Russia. He came to America as a youngster, became a Texas merchant while a young man. He opened his first store in Beaumont.
In 1932, Aronson came to Young County and opened Aronson Dry Goods at Newcastle, then moved to Olney. In 1936, he sold the store in Olney and moved back to Newcastle the Aronson Dry Goods store in Newcastle.
Barney Aronson and Ben Newman were co-owners of the Fair Variety Store at Olney in 1935 after purchasing Duckworth, No. 2, Grocery Store. Olney's newest variety store featured all types of merchandise from 5c to $1.00 and up. Their son, Saul, attended the University of Louisiana in 1934.
Mr. and Mrs. Aronson operated the Newcastle store until a short time ago, when failing health forced him to retire. His son, Saul, who had been in Olney with Newman, purchased the Newcastle store and operates it with his mother.
Survived by his wife; two sons - Saul Aronson of Newcastle and Sigmund Aronson of Austin; one daughter - Mrs. Sylvia Garonzik of Dallas; two brothers and one sister, all of Houston.
His body was taken overland to Dallas, by McCracken Funeral Home in Olney for burial.
Male, Jew, Married
Merchant at Newcastle, Texas
Informant was father - Saul Aronson
born Riga, Russia.
1920 Sour Lake, TX
Barney Aronson, head, 40
Leah, wife, 31
Saul David, 5
Sigmund Joe, 1
1930 Beaumont, TX
Saul D., 15
1940 Newcastle, Texas
Barney H. Aronson, 61
Sigmund J., 22
Saul David Aronson (1914 - 1971)*
Shearith Israel Cemetery
Plot: Section F
Created by: Searchers of our Past
Record added: Sep 04, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 96535390
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