IN MEMORIAM

By Staff

C. J. ‘LAD’ KREIGER, 71, of Ohio, Illinois passed away
Oct. 31, 1988 at his home after a long illness. He left a legacy as
a master mechanic and a veteran antique engine collector and
restorer.

Lad loved to travel and he had many friends along the way. He
was active in the Rollag and Dalton, Minnesota shows and was the
guiding influence in the formation and development of our Bureau
Valley Antique Club here at Ohio.

He owned and operated Kreiger’s garage for 49 years and also
farmed. He took great pride in both vocations and still had time to
enjoy his friends and family. He is survived by his wife Evelyn,
son Leslie of Phoenix, Arizona, four grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.

Submitted by Roger Baumgartner. R #1, Box 76, Walnut,
Illinois 61376.

JAMES A. EASTWOOD, 66 Maple St., Ellington, CT, passed away on
November 5, 1988 at the age of 71. For many years he operated the
Eastwood Garage in Somers, CT.

He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Elizabeth Eastwood, of
Ellington, CT, four sons, and six grandchildren.

Jim was a collector and restorer of old cars, gas engines, and
old tractors. He was always willing to help anyone with their
mechanical problems.

He was also a contributor of research material to the book
titled, ‘American Gasoline Engines Since 1872’ by C. H.
Wendel.

Jim will be missed by the many good engine folks that had met
him at engine shows.

Submitted by Frank Carey, Monson, Ma.

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