Thomas Emanuel Van Meter

Resided Parkers Mill Road, Lexington, KY; cause of death, heart attack; member State Park planning section of the Kentucky Department of Conservation; native of Winchester, KY,
attended Millersburg Military Institute, University of Kentucky, B.S. in engineering, 1928, master's degree in mechanical engineering, 1931; football letterman; Kappa Sigma; Lexington Lodge No. 1 F and AM, Oleika Shrine Temple, Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church; survivors: wife, Frances Pettit VanMeter, Fayette County, daughter, Miss Claire Holloway VanMeter, Devon, PA, sisters, Mrs. John F. Day, Maysville, KY, and Mrs. Amelia VanMeter Rogers, Lexington.

From: Lexington Herald (KY), p. 1, Sunday, April 10, 1955.

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