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|Johnstown Tribune, 26 Dec 1908, Contributed by Kelly Kendig|
|EDWARD HINER'S FUNERAL|
Services Held This Afternoon at Willow Street U. E. Church.
The funeral of the late Edward Hiner took place at 1 o'clock this afternoon from the Willow-street United Evangelical Church, the Rev. G. C. McDowell, the pastor, conducting the obsequies. Interment was made in Sandyvale Cemetery. Messrs. D. J. Grubb, G. W. Ellensberger, Moses Alwine, D. U. Swank, Isaiah Sipe, and J. W. Lininger acted as pallbearers.
Edward Hiner was born in Bedford County on August 4, 1855, and came to Johnstown about 1876. A year later he and Miss Eliza Paul were united in marriage here. He is survived by the following children: Harry, Ralph, May and Karl at home; Laura, wife of John R. Thomas, of No. 604 Bedford street and Roy, of No. 320 Oak street. Edward Hiner was a brother of Mrs. George Davis, of Butler avenue; Mrs. John Stouder, of the Ebensburg road, and Frank of Cooperadale.
The deceased had for the past eleven years been employed in the engine room of the Cambria electrical plant. Mr. Hiner was a member of the United Evangelical Church for some years, and also the Vestal Camp, No. 33, Woodmen of the World, and Camp. No. 676, Patriotic Order Sons of America, of Nant-y-Glo.