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Heddericg, Otto C.

Otto C. Heddericg U.S. Army WWII
Otto C. Heddericg U.S. Army WWII

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Date of Birth: 7/24/1907
Died On: 8/21/1984
Street Address: 32 Meade Place
Service Number: 32405636
Branch of Service: U.S. Army-WWII

Veteran Code: USARMY-283

Otto C. Heddericg was born in New York in 1907. In Rye his family lived at 32 Meade Place and were members of the Presbyterian Church. Otto enlisted in U.S. Army during World War II.

itradu-. Miss Zcliclers X Ulit Mr. and Mra. Henry John Zriider of 377 Old Army Road, Scandal. Nlvr announced the engagement, of their. daughter, - Beatrice, -to Sergeant Otto Christie Heddericg of Rye. con of the late Mr. and Mn. William Heddericg. Mice Zehder, who taught dramatic. it Bronxville High School for three' yean. wu" graduated" from Bronxville High School when ahe waa prominent . In dram tin. Bhe, played leading role m production of the Wctc heeler Stage., Guild end the , Wayside Player and ahe to now ;a eeeretary with the Bella Company in Philadelphia. . . The prospective bridegroom to a graduate of Bate bo liege in Lewiston! Me., and.etudled at Bates end at New York Unlveralty for hto Mister of Arte degree. Before beginning Army service he taught English and reached baaeball at Rye TTlgh' Bchool T or -nlne -yean. . .


Man found dead in automobile on Vinaihaven VINALHAVEN - Otto C Hedder-icg about 70 was found dead in his automobile about 6 pm Tuesday on the Pumpkin Hill Road A passerby spotted Heddericg's car off the road in the bushes and found the victim Police were still investigating the incident Tuesday night and could not be reached for a report But a town official confirmed that it was believed Heddericg had suffered a heart attack before his car left the road Heddericg was a retired teacher and a member of the editoral staff of the local newspaper The Wind He also was a news correspondent for radio station WRKD in Rockland and was the father of Steven Heddericg assistant news editor of The Courier-Gazette Rockland
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