Bio: Langenhahn, Edward C. (1883 – 19??)
Surnames: Langenhahn, Ritter, Deutsch, Kline, Ruder,
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Langenhahn, Edward C. (18 January 1883 – 19??)
EDWARD C. LANGENHAHN, who is vice president of the Ritter & Deutsch Furniture Company at Wausau, undertakers and dealers in furniture, has been identified with this business house for the last nine years and is one of the alert and reliable young business men of the city of his birth. He was born here January 18, 1883, and is a son of Theodore and Mary (Kline) Langenhahn. For a number of years the father was in the harness business at Marathon City, where he lives retired.
Edward C. Langenhahn was educated in the public schools and the Wausau Business College and later attended a school of embalming. When twenty years of age he went to work for his present company, of which he became vice president in 1910. The business is one of long standing and it enjoys public confidence.
Mr. Langenhahn was married to Miss Helen Ruder, a member of an old Marathon County family, and they have one child, Marie. They are members of the Catholic Church and he belongs to the Catholic Order of Foresters, the Woodmen of America and to St. Joseph's Society.
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