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Hertzler, John M. (1880-1966)

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<font size="+2">'''Farmer, Co-Founder Of Bank Dies'''</font>
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Ephrata, Pa. &#8212; Funeral services for John M. Hertzler, 86, prominent retired farmer of Morgantown, were held Nov. 19 at the Conestoga Mennonite Church there. He died Nov. 15 at a Lancaster hospital.
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Mr. Hertzler was one of the founders of the Elverson, Pa. National Bank and served as a director. He was a member of the Caernarvon Township School Board for 18 years, most of that time serving as president. In addition, he had been a director of the Millersville Children's Home for 42 years, and of the Tel-Hai Rest Home and Camp Assn., Honey Brook, since its beginning in 1949.
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He and his wife, the former Lena Swartzendruber, would have observed their 60th wedding anniversary in January.
   
Birth date: 1880
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 10:45, 18 November 2021

Mennonite Weekly Review obituary: 1966 Dec 1 p. 7

Birth date: 1880

text of obituary:

Farmer, Co-Founder Of Bank Dies

Ephrata, Pa. — Funeral services for John M. Hertzler, 86, prominent retired farmer of Morgantown, were held Nov. 19 at the Conestoga Mennonite Church there. He died Nov. 15 at a Lancaster hospital.

Mr. Hertzler was one of the founders of the Elverson, Pa. National Bank and served as a director. He was a member of the Caernarvon Township School Board for 18 years, most of that time serving as president. In addition, he had been a director of the Millersville Children's Home for 42 years, and of the Tel-Hai Rest Home and Camp Assn., Honey Brook, since its beginning in 1949.

He and his wife, the former Lena Swartzendruber, would have observed their 60th wedding anniversary in January.

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