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Carl F. Yaeger
Rochester(New York)Democrat & Chronicle
December 20, 1975; page 6C; column 3
Carl F. Yaeger, formerly of Green Knools Dr. He is survived by his daughter and son-law, Jane and John Donohue,Jr.; 5 grandchildren, John III,Julie, Carrie, Joseph, and Jean; 3 brothers, Charles of Fla., Elston and Roland of Rochester; neices and nephews.
Friends may attend a memorial service on Sunday at 3 p.m. in Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Interment at the convenience of the family. Memorials may be directed to the American Cancer Society, 8 Prince St. or a charity of your choice. Arrangement, Anthony Funeral Chapel, Inc.
Rochester (New York)Times-Union
October 26, 1937
In this city, Monday, Oct. 25, 1937, Charles Yaeger, aged 80 years. He is survived by his wife, Lilly; six sons, William A., Charles W., Carl F., Elston G., Raymond L., Roland A.; one daughter, Mrs. George Roberts of this city; three brothers, Henry and George Yaeger of Buffalo, N.Y., Jacob Yaeger of Virginia; 18 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services wil take place from the family residence, 87 Pembrook Street, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Riverside Cemetery.
Charles W. Yaeger
Unknown Rochester(NY) Newspaper
Yaeger, Charles W. Dec. 2, 1978. He is survived by 2 daughters and sons-in-law, Johnand Gertrude(Gay) Albert, Norman and Barbara Hawley, of Miami, Fla.; 4 great-grandchildren; 10 grandchildren; a brother, Roland A. Yaeger; several nieces and nephews. Mr. Yaeger was a 50 year member of Craftsman Lodge No. 969 F.& A.M.. He was a veteran of WWI and a retiree of Eastman Kodak Co. Friends wishing to make donation may do so to the Lakeside Presbyterian Church. The family requests no prior calling hours. Friends are invited to attend his memorial services atLakeside Presbyterian Church, Saturday December 9, at 3 p.m. Reference: Thomas Funeral Chapels Inc.
Unknown Rochester (NY) newspaper
Charles W. and Alice C. Yaeger, who were married 54 years , died in Rochester General Hospital within about 48 hours of each other. Yaeger, 86, died on Saturday. His wife, who was 81, died Monday. They had been hospitalized since October. For the past five years Mrs. Yaeger had devoted most of her time to taking care of her husband. They lived with a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Albert, at 4226 Lake Ave. Yaeger, a world war 1 veteran, retired in 1958 after working at Eastman Kodak Co. for 43 years. He had been a member of Craftsman's Lodge of Masons for more than 50 years.
Gertrude Mary Yaeger
Rochester(New York) Democrat& Chronicle
March 16, 1922; page 29; column 5
NOBLE- At the family home in Ogden, Tuesday afternoon, March 14, 1922. Mrs. Gertrude Yaeger Noble, wife of James A.Noble, aged 33 years. Besides her husband, she leaves five children, Robert,Florence, Lois, Richard and Donald; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yaeger, of Rochester; six brothers and one sister.
Funeral Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Congregational Church, Spencerport. Interment in Riverside cemetery, Rochester.
Elston G. Yeager
Democrat & Chronicle,Rochester, New York
October 16, 1977; Page 8; Column 1
Yeager, Elston G.
Of Perinton, on Oct. 13, 1977. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy S. Yaeger; his son, John A.; his daughter, Mrs. Catherine Zukosky; 4 grandchildren; his 2 brothers, Roland A. and Charles W.; several nieces and nephews.
Friends are invited to attend his memorial service at White Haven Memorial Park Chapel on Wednesday, Oct. 19th at 1:30 p.m. Contibutions may be made to New Life Community Church Memorial Fund, 243 Rosedale St., 14620. Arrangements: Frederick W. Frear.
Mae V. Yaeger
Times-Union Rochester, New York
November 10, 1987 page 4b; column 6
Sykes, Mae V.
Died November 8, 1987 at the age of 91. She is survived by her sons and daughters-in-law, Richard and Ida Ruth Sykes, of Springwater, NY; Rev. Thomas and Dorothy Sykes, of Lawrenceville, GA; 10 grandchildren; 12 great- grandchildren; several nieces and nephews.
Friends may call Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 at Schauman-Sulewski Funeral Home, 2100 Saint Paul St. Services will be held Wednesday morning, at North Baptist Church, 2052 Saint Paul St. Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery. Exprssions of sympathy may be sent in her memory to the Good News Ministry or the Shepherd Home for Handicapped Children, c/o North Baptist Church, 14621.
Paul M. Yaeger
Yaeger, Paul M Dansville: Paul M. Yaeger, age 64, died Apr. 5, 1976, of 75 D. Plum Dr., Dansville, formerly of Rochester. Retired Eastman Kodak employe. Surviving are his wife, Lois McMullen; 1 son William of Dansville; 1 daughter, Mrs. Sandra Falk of Conn.; 1 grandaughter; 2 sisters, Mrs. Helen Smith of Corning, Mrs. Jean Coon of Rochester. Friends may call at Chamberlain Funeral Home, 73 Main St., Dansville, Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9, where funeral services will be held Wednesday at
2p.m. Burial Greenmount Cemetery, Dansville. In lieu of flowers, friends may contribute to the heart fund.
Raymond L. Yaeger
Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, New York
February 15, 1973 - page 6C; column 2
Yaeger, Raymond L.
Raymond L. Yeager, age 73, of 32 Tomkins St., Cortland, N.Y., formerly of Rochester, died Feb. 13, 1973 in Cortland. Survived by wife, Mrs. Hermine Yaeger; one son, David Yaeger and one daughter, Mrs. Sally Wallace; four brothers, Elston, Roland, Carl and Wellington Yaeger.
Services Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Wright-Beard Funeral Home, 9 Lincoln Ave., Cortland, N.Y. Friends may make contributions to Cortland Memorial Hospital or American Cancer Society.
Roland A. Yaeger
Unknown Rochester Newspaper
Yeager, Roland A. Thursday, Dec. 27, 1979, Survived by his daughter Mrs. Diane Doorley; his son Roland Newell Yaeger; his grandchildren, Stephen C. Doorley, Roland Paul Doorley, Kimberlee M. Doorley, John I. Yaeger, Edard A. Yaeger, and Alicia Michelle Yaeger; several nieces, nephews and cousins. There are no calling hours.Friends are invited to attend a Memorial service Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. in New Life Community Church, 243 Rosedale St. interment at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers friends wishing may make contibutions to the United Cancer Council, 1441 East Ave, or to a charity of ones choice in his memory. Arrangements, Hedges Memorial Chapel Inc., 770 East Main St.
Times-Union Rochester, New York
December 29, 1979 p. 2b; col 1
Roland A. Yaeger, Architect, 75, Dies
Roland A. Yaeger, a Rochester architect who designed number of area buildings, died Thursday ( December 27, 1979) at Strong Memorial Hospital following a long ilness. Mr. Yaeger was 75.
His designs included the Monroe Savings Bank downtown at 300 E. Main St., The Marine Midland Bank at Main & East Avenue, the interior of Community Savings Bank at 45 Exchange St., and branch offices for local banks.
He also designed an office building for Rumrill-Hoyt Inc., an advertising and public relations firm, at 1895 Mt. Hope Ave.
Mr. Yaeger, who lived for many years at 201 French Road in Pittsford, worked on designs for the Pittsford Town Hall on South Main St., the Pittsford Fire House and the east wing of the Pittsford Presbyterian Church.
Born in Rochester, Mr. Yaeger graduated from the University of Michigan. He was a former president of Michigan's Rochester alumni club.
Mr. Yaeger was also a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, the University Club of Rochester, the Rochester Society of Architects and the American Institute of Architechs. He was former president of Pittsford's Long Meadow Association.
Mr. Yaeger is survived by a daughter, Diane Doorley of Brighton; a son, Roland N. Yaeger of Clarkson, and six grandchildren.
unknown Rochester, New York newspaper
Roland A. Yaeger of Brighton
Roland A. Yaeger of 521 French Road, Brighton, an architect who designed many Rochester bank offices and redesigned the interiors of several public buildings in Pittsford, died Thursday at Strong Memorial Hospital. He was 75.
Yaeger designed the colonial-style Monroe Savings Bank at 300 E. Main St. and the former Genesee Valley Trust Co. at East Avenue and Main Street, now the East Avenue Branch of Marine Midland Bank.
He also worked on several Marine Midland offices and branch banks, the First Federal Savings & Loan Association and the interior of the Community Savings Bank Times Square Office, 45 Exchange St. In 1952 he designed the alterations to the old Union Trust Co. at 19 West Main St., the present Marine Midland Four Corners Office.
Yaeger also designed banks in Rome, Oneida County, and other cities. He was architect for the Rumrill-Hoyt Inc. building at 1895 Mt. Hope Ave., and several sales strucures of automobile agencies.
He was born in Rochester, attended east High School and graduated from the University of Michigan. He was a draftsman for businesses in Rochester, taught commercial art at Monroe High School in the 1930s and was a partner in the Dailey, Briggs and Yaeger architectural firm before he set up his own business about 1950. His office was in the First Federal Building at 328 E. Main St. for several years. Yaeger, who lived at 201 French Road, Pittsford, for many years, did interior alterations in the old Pittsford Town Hall on South Main Street, redesigned the Pittsford Fire House and built a wing on the First Presbyterian Church of Pittsford. He also proposed plans for the colonial-style architecture on Main Street and State Street in the village.
He was a member of the University Club, the Art Center of Rochester and the Rochester Society of Architects. Yaeger was a past president of the University of Michigan Alumni Club of Rochester and the Long Meadow Association in Pittsford and past trustee of the former Mt. Hor Presbyterian Church in Rochester.
The American Institute of Architects awarded him an emeritus membership.
Yaeger leaves a daughter, Diane Doorley of Rochester; a son Roland Newell Yaeger of Brockport, and six grandchildren.
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