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Charles Lester Schreiber

Birth25 JUN 1920
 
Reside1 APR 1930
 
Reside1 APR 1940
 
Education1942
 
Death11 AUG 2002
 
Aged: 82.1 years
Charles L. Schreiber PRINCETON, NJ | Charles L. Schreiber, of Princeton, New Jersey, passed away at the Medical Center of Princeton on August 11, after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 82. Charlie was born on June 26, 1920 in Kingston, NY, the son of Charles H. and Mary Elizabeth Schreiber. He graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1942 with a degree in Chemical Engineering. In 1944, he and the former Hope Dorman were married in Brooklyn. He joined Corning Glass in 1944 and served in many areas including Glass Technology, Optical and New Product Development. On the corporate staff, he held management positions in Commercial Development, Technology and Planning and Analysis. At the time of his retirement in 1987, he was Manager, Business Analysis, Corporate Development and Market Planning. Charlie was an avid reader. Throughout his life, he visited the local libraries regularly bringing home books for himself and family to read. Upon retiring and moving to Princeton, he continued as a consultant for Corning Glass for nearly 10 years. He received his 50-year pin in 1994. Charlie continued to love the Corning area. With his wife, Hope, he often returned to visit with friends and to enjoy time with his family at Keuka Lake. In addition to his wife, Hope Schreiber, he is survived by a daughter, Nancy Schreiber (Gregory Hand) of Princeton, NJ; two sons, Stephen Schreiber of Falls Church, VA and Donald Schreiber (Mary) of Schenectady, NY; five grandchildren, Emily, Matthew, Peter, Stephanie and Suzanne, and two great grandchildren, Brandon and Kayla. Nara, Naret, Narin and Narit Sihavong and Nick Bouck also thought of Charlie as their grandfather. Charlie was a kind, thoughtful and gentle man who will be missed greatly by his friends and family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made, in his honor, to the charity of one's choice.

~ Courtesy of fultonsearch.org, database of Tom Tryniski
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  1. Census: NY, Ulster Co, Kingston. 1930 US Census;
  2. Census: NY, Ulster Co, Hurley. 1940 US Census;
  3. Book:Charles L. Schreiber obituary;
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