Rash's Surname Index

Notes for Alfred ZANTZINGER

1927-Alfred Zantzinger died December 12, 1972, in Palm Beach, Florida. The son of Clarence Clark Zantzinger, '88, and Margaret S. Buckley Zantzinger, he attended St. Paul's for two years, 1922-24, and finished his schooling at the Mohonk School, Lake Mohonk, New York. He worked for a number of years in the American Radiator Co. and with E. W. Clark & Co., bankers, after which he became secretary of the Philadelphia Suburban Water Company, a position in which his principal duties were as personnel director. He remained with this company until it was sold, about eight years ago, at which time he retired. During World War II, he served in the Army Air Force as a ground officer for three and a half years. His chief recreation was sailing and cruising along the coast of Maine, and a considerable interest in art led him to become vice-president of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. He is survived by his wife, Eileen H. Zantzinger; a son, Alfred G. Zantzinger, '54; a brother, C. Clark Zantzinger, Jr., '22; two sisters, Mrs. Harry C. Groome, Jr. and Mrs. John W. Wurtz, and four grandchildren.

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