Col. Allan Underwood Bevier
Aged: 77.8 years
Kingston Daily Freeman, Thursday, February 9, 1967
Allan U. Bevier Dies; President Of Huguenot Unit
Allan U. Bevier, 77, president of the Bevier-Elting Family Association, Huguenot Historical Society of New Paltz, died Feb. 3 at Baltimore, Md., according to word received here today.
Mr. Bevier had been president of the family association since its founding in 1963 for the purpose of preserving the family homestead on historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz. He had been a member of the Huguenot Historical Society for many years and until his death was a member of the Duzine, advisory board of the society.
He was chairman of the board and retired president of the Allan U. Bevier Inc. manufacturing firm in Baltimore. His son, Lewis A. Bevier Sr. took over as president of the firm which was started in 1933 when the elder Bevier retired in 1963.
Mr. Bevier was a member of the Oil Heat Association of Maryland, the Petroleum Equipment Institute and the Steel Tank Institute. He was a member of the Rolling Road Country Club.
During World War II, Mr. Bevier was commanding officer of the Maryland Wing of the Civil Air Patrol retiring as colonel.
Surviving are his wife, the former Ruth I. Andrews; his son Lewis A. Bevier; a sister, Mrs. Christian Kriel and two grandchildren, Lewis A. Bevier Jr. and Mrs. Daniel Rudy, all of Baltimore, Md.
Interment was at Lorraine Mausoleum, Baltimore.
~ Courtesy of fultonsearch.org, database of Tom Tryniski