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Kermit G. Vroman obituary

contributed by Russ Tallman

     Kermit G. Vroman, 55, of S Chestnut Hill Road, Loudonville, died Monday, July 15, 1963, at Albany Medical Center after a long illness.
     Services will be held this morning (Thursday) at 10 o'clock, at the Tebbutt Chapel, 12 Colvin Avenue, Albany. The Rev. Dr. Morris C. Skinner, pastor of the First Lutheran Church, Albany, will officiate.
     Born in Middleburgh Feb. 12, 1908, Mr. Vroman was graduated from Middleburgh High School and Albany Business College. He was an accountant for Peat, Marwick and Mitchell for over 30 years.
     He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of the First Lutheran Church of Albany. he was a member of the Middleburgh Lodge No. 663, F&AM.
     Surviving are his wife, Ellen White Vroman; his mother, Mrs. Emmett B. Vroman of Schenectady; a twin brother, Kenneth C. Vroman of Lakewood, Ohio; another brother, Howard B. Vroman of Corinth; two sisters, Laura E. Vroman of Schenectady, and Mrs. Arthur Schempp of Schenectady.

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