Elizabeth Ann Cyphers
Baptism: 05 Jun 1887, Second Methodist Church of Easton
Easton Express, Wednesday, January 27, 1954, Page 42
George Cyphers, Cook At Inn on Campus Of Lafayette, Was 67
George Henry Cyphers, 67 short order cook and waiter, died
late yesterday afternoon while waiting for a bus at March and
Mr. Cyphers, a cook at the College Inn on the Lafayette College
campus, died of a heart attack according to Martin J. Bechtel,
Northampton County Coroner. Mr. Cypyhers was taken to Easton
Hospital in the ambulance and pronounced dead on arrival at
about 5:30 p.m.
A cook, at the College Inn for the last three years. Mr. Cyphers
apparently was on his way home when he was stricken. He boarded
at 10 N. 5th St. for the last few years.
Born in Easton on Aug 19, 1886, he was a son of the late Jesse
K. and Susan Wilhelm Cyphers. He was a lifelong resident of
this city. Before taking the job with the inn, he had been
employed as a cook and waiter about 20 years at the White House
Restaurant, South Fourth Street. Earlier he worked at the old
Henthorn Restaurant, South Bank and Pine Streets.
Surviving are a daughter, Elizabeth Ann, of Scranton, and
a sister, Mrs. Rosa M. Sauerwein, of Easton. The only other
relatives are nieces and nephews.