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Edgar R. Saul


Promoted to Major

Born 10/6/1907

Died 4/13/1985

Burial Date 4/20/1985

Edgar R. Saul

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Edgar R. Saul, 77, of 10 Lloyd Road, HoHoKu, N. J., formerly of Kutztown, died Saturday in Ridgewood (N.J.) Nursing Home. He was the husband of Frances (Wiseman) Saul who died in January and Mary A. (Moll) Saul who died in 1980.

A 1930 graduate of Drexe1 University with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, he was an electrical engineer for New York Bell Telephone, New York City, for 43 years before retiring in 1973 Born in Kutztown, he was a son of the late Daniel M. and Laura S. (Chistman) Saul. He was a member ofHoHoKus Community Church.

An Army veteran of World War II, he fought in the Philippines 1942-46 and attained the rank of major.
Surviving are a son, Richard E. ofHoHoKus; three brothers, Willard, of Baltimore, Md., and J. Gomer and Frederick, both of Kutztown, and two grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Trexler-Ludwick Funeral Home, 55 Noble St., Kutztown. A calling hour will precede the service.

SAUL---On the 13, inst. In Ridgewood, N.J., Edgar R., husband of the late Mary A. (nee Moll) and Frances (nee Wiseman) of 10 Lloyd Road, HoHoKus, N.J., age 77years. Services will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. from the Trexler-Ludwick Funeral Home, 55 Noble St., Kutztown. Interment in Hope Cemetery. Friends may call 1 hour prior to services. .
Major in the 13th Army Air Force WW II

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Kutztown Soldier Promoted to Major
Edgar Saul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Saul, West Main Street, Has been promoted to Major according to announcement from headquarters of the 13th AAF in the Philippines.
He has completed 28 months of service in the Southwest Pacific, has advanced with his “Jungle air force” from the Solomons to the Philippines; and is a communications officer at the “Fighting 13th’s Headquarters.
He enlisted May 9,1942; trained at Tucson, Arizona, and left for overseas November 1,1942
A graduate of KHS and Drexel Institute, Philadelphia, he was employed prior to “joining up;” by the New York Telephone Company.
His wife, the former Mary Moll, is residing with her parents in Topton for the duration.
The Patriot; April 19, 1945 pill online

Served in the Air Force
During the World War II

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