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- LeRoy Hafler
- Winfield E. Hafler
- Erwin Hafler
Allentown Morning Call, Monday, December 21, 1942, page 13
Harry Hafler, 67, for many years engaged in the coal business and later em ployed in the No. 2 machine shop of the Bethlehem Steel Co., died at 11: 45 a.m. Saturday at the residence, Bingen, Bethlehem R. 4.
He was born in Haycock township, Bucks county, Sept. 7, 1875, a son of t he late Amandus and Emma Hager Hafler and was a member of Friedensville Re formed Church; Camp No. 411, P.O. S. of A., Spring Valley Building and Lo an Assn. of Hellertown.
Surviving are his wife, Ida Eisenhart Hafler; two sons, LeRoy and Winfiel d, both of Bingen; a brother, Erwin Hafler of Allentown.
Funeral services at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the late residence in Bingen. Int erment in Hellertown Union cemetery.