Note: WILLIAM H. STAMM, SR. FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP--William H. Stamm Sr. was found dead in his home on Berry Street Saturday after a friend, who hadn't seen him in nearly a week, called policy to investigate. George Smith, owner of George's Cafe, 507 Hamilton St., who told police that Stamm visited him daily, but hadn't been into the tavern in several days, went with an officer to the Stamm home where they discovered the body at 11:25 a.m. Dr. Thomas Russo, Somerset County medical examiner, attributed death, about two days earlier, to natural causes. The 66-year old man, a retired steamfitter, was the husband of the late Martha Hoppe. A veteran of World War One, he was born in New Brunswick, son of the late William and Margaret Banker Stamm. Surviving are four sons, William H. Jr. of East Brunswick, Alfred E. of South Amboy, Walter B. of Matawan and George R. of Milltown; a daughter, Mrs. Florence Nary in Germany; two brothers, Frank of Edison and Louis of New Brunswick; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Young of New Brunswick and Mrs. Garrett Stevens in France; and six grandchildren. The Rev. Donald Coester of Emanuel Lutheran Church, New Brunswick, will conduct funeral services tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Quackenboss Funeral Home, 156 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick. Interment will follow in Elmwood Cemetery, New Brunswick.
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