Hi Vivian, Obit. William H. HEINTZ IL>VT d. 1968 in Randolph Obituary for William H. Heintz died 1968 William Henry Heintz 79, died Saturday at Gifford Memorial Hospital in Randolph after a long illness. He was born Aug. 4, 1889, in Peoria, Ill. the son of William and Maria (Werner) Heintz. He attended Peoria schools and was graduated from the Chicago Art Institute. He conducted an art school in Jamaica, N.Y. for many years before becoming a photoengraver in New York. He purchased a home in Gaysville in 1939, and since 1952, when he retired, he had resided there permanently. He was a veteran of World War I, having served in France with the Expeditionary Forces. He was a member of the White River Chapter, OES, and the American Legion Post 66, all of Bethel. He was also a member of the photoengravers square club and union in New York City. His first wife, Gladys, died in 1956. On Sept. 21, 1959 he married Hazel Meyers of Angola, Ind. He leaves his wife, two sons, William T. of Bethel and Ralph of East Hartford, Conn.; four daughters, Mrs. Marie Walker of Bethel, Mrs. Mae Livengood of Peoria, Ill., Mrs. Mary Herlicy of North Lake Ill., and Mrs. Betty Newton of Arcadia, Cal. a brother, Ralph Heintz, a sister, Mrs. Minnie Rogy, both of Peoria: 22 grandchildren, and 10 great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the Day Funeral Home in Randolph with the Rev. Gerturde Lindener, pastor of the United Church of Bethel, officiating. A Masonic service was conducted by Manuel Miller. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetary in Bethel in the spring. Bearers were masons, Lee Richardson, Mario Pa... couldn't make out the last name, James Grafton, John Aprilliano, Everett Dutton and Newall Wood. The American Flag draping the casket was presented to Mrs. Heintz by Ret. Major Gordon Campbell of Bethel. Many masons were among those attending the funeral services. The family suggested that those who wished send donations to the Gifford Memorial Hospital Expansion Fund, in care of John Emans of Randolph [Vermont].
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