Thursday March 15, 1962
East Liverpool Review
Richard Moninger Claimed Suddenly
Richard E. Moninger, 42, of Farmers Branch, Tex, a pottery executive when he resided in East Liverpool, died suddenly Wednesday at his home. An autopsy was to be conducted there today to determine the cause of death.
A World War Ii veteran in the Army Air Corps, he was born her to Harvey J. Moninger and Minta Huston Moninger, leaving in June 1961 to reside at Farmers Branch, a suburb of Dallas.
Mr. Moninger was vice president and sales manager of the Wellsville China Co. before the firm merged with Sterling China Co. in 1959. He remained with Wellsville China until a little over a year ago.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Winifred W. Moninger and a daughter, Miss Ann Moninger, both at home; a brother, W. Harvey Moninger of Louisville, Ky., and two sisters, Mrs. Ruth M. Brown and Mrs. William E. Pickin, both of East Liverpool.
The Dawson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.