Hold Masonic services for Charles M. Harvey
- Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Mar 1928, p. 8
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Masonic services for Charles M. Harvey of 127 Sixteenth street, who passed away very suddenly at his home last Saturday, were conducted under the direction of the Edgewater Lodge No. 901, A. F. and A. M. from the Memorial Park cemetery chapel on Monday of this week. Interment was at Memorial Park.
Mr. Harvey, who is survived by his widow and two sons, Schuyler Harvey of 214 Ninth street and Le Roy E. Harvey of 131 Sixteenth street, had celebrated his sixty-fifth birthday on Friday, February 23 and had at that time complained of a slight feeling of illness. On the following day he had returned home from his office and had seated himself at his desk to open some mail when he was suddenly stricken and passed away instantly.
Mr. Harvey was born in Mendota, Ill., coming to Chicago at the age of about 18 years. About ten years ago he became associated with the Bassic Manufacturing Co., of Chicago, and contributed largely to the development of the Alemite greasing system for automobiles, manufactured by the Bassic company.
He was a member of the Edgewater lodge No. 901, A. F. and A. M., and was also a member of the Chapter, Consistory and Shrine. Previous to his residence in Wilmette, he had resided at Kenmore and Lawrence avenues in Chicago, removing to this Village about a year ago where his sons resided for some time.
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- 2 Mar 1928
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- Harvey, Charles ; Harvey, LeRoy ; Harvey, Schuyler
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