|Birth: ||Jan. 1, 1899|
|Death: ||May 16, 1929|
Morris (né Moshe) Lehrer, born in Lodz, came to US 1904, age 5, played the violin, was a St Louis postal clerk and a bookkeeper for a Los Angeles wholesale grocery company. He graduated in 1923 from the University of Southern California with a degree in pharmacy, became a licentiate in pharmacy by examination, 25 July 1924, worked as a pharmacist in Los Angeles (Lehrer Brothers' Pharmacy, 3625 Maple Avenue, later 3868 Brooklyn Avenue), died of bronchiectasis and a lung abscess in 1929. For 19 days in Banning Hospital and Sanitorium, Dr. Allan Lewis Bramkamp (qv) treated Morris during Morris' final illness and signed the death certificate. Banning had a dry desert and mountain edge climate which was believed to benefit those suffering from lung ailments. At least five Banning sanitoria cared for patients with lung disease.
Gabriel Philip Lehrer (1857 - 1938)
Eva Yankelowitz Lehrer (1874 - 1942)
Pearl Lehrer Samuels (1886 - 1939)**
Morris Lehrer (1899 - 1929)
Ann Lehrer Mann (1902 - 1985)*
Harry Lehrer (1904 - 1972)*
Miriam Lehrer Freed (1907 - 2000)*
There is an error in first line of the Hebrew headstone inscription: "Moshe (Morris) ben (son of) Gavriel Shrage." In fact, Morris was the son of Gavriel Feivel (Gabriel Philip).
Mount Zion Cemetery
Los Angeles County
Created by: kraus
Record added: May 22, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70217320