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Willever Andrew Orville-Obit
Posted by: Stewart Woolever (ID *****4409) Date: April 15, 2009 at 16:21:49
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Easton Express
Willever Andrew Orville, Sgt. 7/15/1946 p.16
A.O.Willever,56,Retired Army Sergeant

Sgt,Andrew Orville Willever,56,of Rocky Hill,N.J.,died yesterday at 3:05 p.m.,in Tilton General Hospital,Fort Dix,N.J.He had been ill since last November and was admitted to the hospital several days ago.Sgt,Willever enlisted in the U.S.Army in 1912,and served in Russia during World War I.During World War II,he was an instructor at Princeton University,and was discharged from active duty in November,1944.

He was born Oct.5,1889,in Broadway,N.J.,son of the late John and Elizabeth Andrews Willever.He was a member of the Reformed faith.Suvivors include his wife,Mrs.Verda Willever;two sisters,Mrs.William A.Fessler,of Wilson, and Mrs.Harry Transue,of Easton;and a brother,John M.Wollever,of Wilson.The body will be brought to Easton for interment.

Willever Andrew Orville, Sgt. 7/18/1946 p.10
Rites for Sgt.Willever

Funeral services for Sgt.Andrew Orville Willever,of Rocky Hill N.J.,who died Sunday in Tilton General Hospital,at Fort Dix,N.J.,were held today at 2 p.m.from Bender funeral home,Lehigh street at Tenth.The Rev.Frank W.Teske,pastor of St.Mark's Evangelical Reformed Church,officiated,and interment was in Weller's cemetery,New Villiage,N.J.Members of the American Legion were pallbearers.

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