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 Henry Gunther Degenring

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Henry Gunther Degenring

Birth
Red Bank, Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA
Death
13 Jun 1958 (aged 75)
Red Bank, Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA
Burial
Middletown, Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA
Plot
SECTION FF
Memorial ID
92783757 View Source

Henry Gunther Degenring, 77, of 63 South Street., Red Bank, a lifelong resident and a former councilman, died Friday in Riverview hospital after a long illness. It was through
his leadership that the soldiers' monument at the borough hall was erected.
Mr. Degenring was born here, son of the late Jacob and Susanna Ziegler Degenring. At one time he was proprietor of Degenring's soft drink bottling works at 16-18 West Front St, for over 50 years.
His wife, Mrs. Anna Graman Degenring, daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. George Graman of Red Bank, died here in 1949 following a long illness.
Mr. Degenring was a member of Trinity Episcopal church, here,an exempt member of Navesink hook and ladder company of Red Bank, a member of Mystic Brotherhood lodge, F&AM, a charter member of the Red Bank Elks, a member of the Sons of Vetreans, GAR, honorary member North Shrewsbury Ice Boat club, and an honorary member of the Rainbow division, New Jersey chapter, American Legion.
He is survived by a daughter, Mae Degenring, and a grandson, Harry Degenring, both at home; a sister, Mrs. Anna de la Reussille, Broad St., Red Bank, and several nieces and nephews.

Red Bank Register - Jun 19, 1958

Henry Gunther Degenring, 77, of 63 South Street., Red Bank, a lifelong resident and a former councilman, died Friday in Riverview hospital after a long illness. It was through
his leadership that the soldiers' monument at the borough hall was erected.
Mr. Degenring was born here, son of the late Jacob and Susanna Ziegler Degenring. At one time he was proprietor of Degenring's soft drink bottling works at 16-18 West Front St, for over 50 years.
His wife, Mrs. Anna Graman Degenring, daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. George Graman of Red Bank, died here in 1949 following a long illness.
Mr. Degenring was a member of Trinity Episcopal church, here,an exempt member of Navesink hook and ladder company of Red Bank, a member of Mystic Brotherhood lodge, F&AM, a charter member of the Red Bank Elks, a member of the Sons of Vetreans, GAR, honorary member North Shrewsbury Ice Boat club, and an honorary member of the Rainbow division, New Jersey chapter, American Legion.
He is survived by a daughter, Mae Degenring, and a grandson, Harry Degenring, both at home; a sister, Mrs. Anna de la Reussille, Broad St., Red Bank, and several nieces and nephews.

Red Bank Register - Jun 19, 1958


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