Remembering Charles Titche (1861-1932) of Rayville


Will Be Conducted at Residence; Was Prominent Locally

The funeral of Charles Titche, 70, will be held at 903 North Second street tomorrow morning at 10 o’clock. The interment is to be made in the local Jewish cemetery. Pallbearers will be Bom at Winnsboro, Mr. Titche later removed to Rayville where he was engaged in business for 50 years.

He was at one time associated with Meyer Bros., pioneer dry goods merchants of this city. He took a deep interest in all civic affairs and was especially interested in the welfare of the Red Cross. He was affiliated with Masonry and was a thirty-second-degree member. He is survived by his widow. Mrs. Burton H. Wolf; two sons Leon L. Titche and Charles Titche, Jr.; two grandsons, Burton H. Wolf, Jr., and Spencer, of Dallas; two brothers, Bernard Titche, of New Orleans, and Edward Titche, of Dallas.

The Monroe News-Star
Monroe, Louisiana
18 Apr 1932, Mon  •  Page 1

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