Beatrice Anna Sacks Greuter Death Certificate
Beatrice was born in Newark on March 9, 1903. She was the daughter of George Sacks and Mathilde Peucker.
Some sources spell the surname Sachs instead of Sacks.
Her husband was Charles G. Greuter (1901-1985). Beatrice died on March 17, 1957.
In 1919, Charles and Beatrice lived at 407 S. 8th Street, in Newark. By 1930, they were living with Beatrice's parents at 715 South 17th Street in Newark. Her father, George Sacks, owned the house valued at $6000.
In 1937, Beatrices' mother, Mathilde Sacks, died at the age of 52. She was buried at Woodland Cemetery in Newark. By 1940, they were still living at the same place.
George worked as a die setter for H. Boker and Company, a tool factory in nearby Maplewood, earning $1050 per year. Charles worked for the same company as a machine operator, earning $1000 per year.
Charles and Beatrice had three children, a daughter and two sons. The daughter, Shirley M. Greuter, was born in Newark on July 21, 1926.
The sons were Kenneth Charles Greuter, born in Newark on December 23, 1928, and Leroy E. Greuter, born in 1932.
In 1953, Beatrice's father died. He was buried with Mathilde at Woodland cemetery. Beatrice suffered from arteriosclerosis and diabetes for several years.
She was only 53 years old when she had a fatal heart attack and died on March 17, 1957. She was buried at Hollywood Memorial Park in Union, New Jersey.
After working many years at the tool company, Charles retired in 1963. He then moved to Toms River, New Jersey. On October 12, 1985, at the age of 84, Charles died in Toms River. He is buried with Beatrice at Hollywood Memorial Park.
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