|Birth: ||Jan. 18, 1904|
|Death: ||Feb. 10, 1991|
He was a piercer driller at the US Steel National Tube Plant in McKeesport, PA and had worked for US Steel for 49 years. He began work in steel mills in McKeesport (and for a brief time at Elwood City, PA) at the age of 14.
During World War II he served as an Air Raid Warden for Versailles Twp. (now White Oak, PA).
He was a Deacon, Elder, Financial Secretary, Sunday School Teacher, Chairman of the Elders, and Chairman of the Board during the years of his membership at the Bryn Mawr Church of Christ in White Oak, PA.
He was a voracious reader.
Husband of Elizabeth Dingeldein and Genevieve B. Brakeall Owston.
He had the following children
Charles G. Akerberg
Edith Jean Akerberg Adams
Sally Akerberg Phillips
Axel Peter Akerberg (1882 - 1929)
Edith Blanch Feltenberger Akerberg (1885 - 1914)
Margaret Elizabeth Dingeldein Akerberg (1904 - 1963)
Charles George Akerberg (1923 - 1970)*
Sally Elizabeth Akerberg Phillips (1939 - 2013)*
McKeesport and Versailles Cemetery
Plot: Lot 37, Section V
Created by: Dr. James M. Owston
Record added: Oct 20, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30722601
Added: Jun. 1, 2011
Added: Jul. 5, 2009
Pap,I remember sitting on your knee in the library and you showing me photo albums. I was young when you passed away, but I clearly remember the kindness you showed me.|
Added: Mar. 31, 2009
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