GEORGE WEBBERLEY, 62, of Bangor, Pennsylvania, died suddenly January 20, 1978. George was a member of the Blue Mountain Gas & Steam Engine Association. His interest in old engines prompted him to be the first to volunteer for any kind of work in the club. Along with engines, George was interested in steam trains- He traveled across the United States to experience the thrill of riding on hundreds of restored railways. George will be missed by many of his friends and those who knew him as a railroad enthusiast.
Submitted by M.J. Serfass, 3225 Nazareth Road, Easton, Pennsylvania 18042.
CARL JAQUES of 145 Mornington Street, Stratford, Ontario, Canada who had been a regular subscriber to the Iron Men Album passed away February (1976).
Submitted by W.H. Bryant, 101 Cambria Street, Stratford, Ontario, Canada N5A 1G8.
LOUIS SIEFKER, 72, of Seymour, Indiana, died March 6, 1978, at his machine shop which he had owned and operated for 47 years. He was a long time steam and gas engine enthusiast and enjoyed attending and exhibiting at the shows. He will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by all who were fortunate enough to have known him
Submitted by his son, Donald L. Siefker, R.R. 13, Box 302, Muncie, Indiana 47302.