Wislon G. Sarig

Wilson G. Sarig was born in Lenhartsville, Pa. on March 7, 1874, the son of Valentine and Caroline (Mohn) Sarig. He was baptized, George Wilson Sarig.

Mr. Sarig was a school teacher in the public schools in Temple, Pa. Berks County.

At the age of 21, he was elected a delegate to the Berks County Democratic Convention from the Borough of Lenhartsville, Pa.

In 1924, he was elected County Chairman of Berks County but resigned the post to become a candidate for Legislature.

On Janurary 1, 1935, he was elected Speaker of the House.

Mr. Sarig died March 14, 1936 of a heart ailment. He is buried at the Laureldale Cemetery in Reading, Pa.

Wilson G. Sarig School in Temple, Pa.
Built in 1936.


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David Heinly
David Heinly

Mr. Heinly was born March 31, 1869. The son of David and Rufina Fusselman.

Mr. Heinly was educated in private schools. He married Amanda Levan to which 5 children were born.

Elmira Josephine; Catherine Jane, married J. Neff; James Franklin; David Levan; and Charles Benjamin.

Mr. Heinly was an active Democrat. In 1865 he was elected Justice of the Peace.

In 1876, He was a delegate to the State Convention.

From 1868 to 1881, he held the commission of postmaster. He was a projector of the Berks and Lehigh Railroad and a member of the board of directors.

He was the secertary of Albany Mutual Fire Insurence Company, and a stockholder of Steinsville Creamery.

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