Note: Obituary - Salem Sunbeam, 14 Feb 1967 HERELD A. STUART Stricken Wednesday while at work at the DuPont Chambers Works, Hereld A.Stuart, 63, died in the plant hospital. A shift foreman, he was a 40 yearveteran with the company. He lived on Whig Lane. Surviving are his wife, Ethel, and five children, the Rev. Walter Stuart,of Quakerstown, PA.; Mrs. Marjorie Wheatley, of Elmer; Philip Stuart, ofPennsville;Hereld Stuart, Jr. of California, and Joyce Stuart, ofLakeland, Fla. Another daughter, Mrs. Lorraine McKelvey, is deceased.There are 14 grandchildren. Also surviving are seven brothers and sisters: Mrs. Ruth Eden, Anoka, Minn.; Mrs. Rachel Pitman, Cuddahy, Wis,; Hiram, South Milwaukee, Wis.;Mrs. Grace Lillvick, Anoka, Minn.; Harvey, Minnesota; Mrs. Harriet Kaminski, South Milwaukee, Wis.; Mrs. Adeline Kuztke, Union Grove, Wis. Services Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock were from the Assembly of GodChurch, Pennsville, with interment in Lawnside Cemetery, Woodstown.
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