Asbury Park Press 23 Sep 1935, Mon
A. Warren Carhart RED BANK, Sept. 22 A. Warren Carhart, 32, of 248 River road, died early yesterday morning at the Monmouth Monmouth Memorial hospital, Long Branch, from complications. He was a patient there three weeks. He had been failing about five months, but was able to be about until a little ,pver a month ago, w hen he underwent an operation. Since then he made a valiant fight for recovery, recovery, during which he received six transfusions transfusions of blood, and was under the care of several physicians and specialists. Mr. Carhart was born at Red Bank May 31, 1903, and was the son of Alfred N. and the late Carrie Clayton Carhart. He was a graduate of the Red Bank high sechool and was a bookkeeper. For some time past he was In the office of the Lawes Coal company. Upper Broad street. He was a son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. George H. VanWlnkle, sr., 104 Llppincott avenue, Long Branch. He had been an active member of the First M. E. church here a number of years and he and his wife were affiliated with the Young Married Couples' Bible class of the church. Mr. Carhart Is survived by his wife, Grace Van Winkle Carhart; a daughter, Ethel Ann, living at home; his father, Alfred N., and a brother, Leroy C. Carhart, both of Red Bank. Services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at the residence, with the Rev. Albert Lawrence Baner, pastor of the First M. E. church, officiating. Interment, Interment, with the Worden funeral home directing, will be at Fair View cemetery, cemetery, Mlddletown township.