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Dr Anthony Gerard Weinlein

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Dr Anthony Gerard Weinlein

Birth
Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, USA
Death 18 Dec 1979 (aged 66)
Rockville, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Burial Beallsville, Montgomery County, Maryland, USA
Plot Row L, Lot 35 Lower, Site 3
Memorial ID 83748572 View Source

Parents:
- Franz/Frank Weinlein [1869-1937] {of Germany}
- Dorothy Weinlein [1872-1942]

Married (1) Marguerite Estelle (Jockim) Weinlein {1940 Census, WI}

Children:
- Kurt Weinlein
- Michael Weinlein [?-2012]

Married (2) Mary Elizabeth (Miklesh) Weinlein

Children:
- Robert Andrew Weinlein [1954-1972]
- Rick Weinlein [b. 1959]
- Lisa Weinlein Petersen [b. 1960]

Military Service
U.S. Army - WWII

Prior to the army he was a labor leader and lived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In the Army he was a pharmacist at the 124th General Hospital. (Source: Fred Silverstein)
Source: http://boards.ancestry.myfamily.com/surnames.weinlein/1.1/mb.ashx

Inducted into the Labor's International Hall of Fame on October 11, 2007

Tribute
New York Times - December 18, 1979

The New York State Service Employees Council, Service Employees International Union, AFL-CIO, representing 150,000 service employees, notes with profound sadness the loss of a beloved friend and brother. Anthony Weinlein was one of the pioneers of our international Union whose intellect and humanitarianism were wonderously welded into strength which he drew upon to win economic progress for service employees. He will be missed by all whose lived he touched.

As Secretary-Treasurer of SEIU and throughout a life dedicated to securing dignity and justice for all working people, Anthony Weinlein has left an inspiring legacy of good work which will endure in the future.

John J. Sweeney, President
Joseph J. Bauman, Vice President
Walter J. Butler, Treasurer


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