Class of 1928
Birth: 8 Jan 1913, Illinois
Death: 29 Mar 1996, Charlotte, Mecklenburg, North Carolina
Joseph Leroy Mittenbuhler (1879-1936)
Augusta “Gussie” Anglin Mittenbuhler (1880-1931)
Luise Mittenbuhler Klaesson (1902-2001)
Spouse: John DeAllen Greer (1910-1974)
Marriage: 9 Oct 1933
John “Allen” Greer (1935-1989)
Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, NC), 13 Sep 1933, p.7.
Another October bride-elect. Miss Marjorie Mittenbuhler, whose engagement to John Allen Greer of Lexington was recently announced, was honoree Friday evening when Miss Elizabeth Davis entertained delightfully at her home here. Mixed garden flowers made an effective background for the three tables of bridge, Miss Luise Mittenbuhler winning the high score award and Mrs. Fred Hinter the consolation. Delicious refreshments carrying out a color note of pink and white, were served to the honoree, Miss Luise Mittenbuhler, Miss Ila Bost, Miss Ethel Lippard, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. T. A. Honey, Miss Ethel Honeycutt, Miss Helen Ridenhour, Miss Irene Ridenhour, Mrs. J. W. Mitchell, Miss Nancy Linker, and Mrs. Ralph Blackwelder.
Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, NC), 13 Oct 1933, p.7.
Concord Girl Wed To Lexington Man
Marriage of Miss Marjorie Mittenbuhler and John Greer is Solemnized.
Special to The Charlotte Observer
CONCORD, Oct. 12 – Centering the interest of many friends i all sections of the state was the marriage of Miss Marjorie Mittenbuhler of this city and John DeAllen Greer of Lexington, which was solemnized Monday afternoon at 4:30 o’clock at All Saints Episcopal church.
Rev. I. Harding Hughes, rector of All Saints, and the bride’s pastor, performed the ceremony in an artistic setting of bridal array.
Pink dahlias and ferns predominated in the bridal decorations, and pink lighted tapers placed on either side of the altar gave an added beauty to the setting.
The wedding march from Lohengrin was used for the processional, and the bridal party left the church to Mendolssohn’s march. The nuptual music was played by Miss Margaret Hartsell.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, J. L. Mittenbuhler, and the bridegroom had as his best man Frank Dayvault of Mooresville.
Miss Mary Elizabeth Davis was maid of honor, and the bride’s only attendant. She wore an afternoon dress of wine velvet and carried an arm bouquet of pink roses and snapdragons.
The bride was attired in a formal afternoon dress of violet blue velvet with black accessories. She carried an arm bouquet of gardenias and valley lilies.
Immediately after the ceremony, the bride and groom were entertained at an informal reception given by Mrs. T. H. Webb and Misses Louise and Betty Webb.
Later, they left for a motor trip to the mountains of western North Carolina, and upon their return will be at home in Lexington.
The Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, NC), 30 Mar 1996
Marjorie Mittenbuhler Greer, of Charlotte, NC, died Friday, March 29, 1996.
Born in Chicago, IL, she had resided in Charlotte. Mrs. Greer was the wife of the late J. Allen Greer Sr.
Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, John and Gail Greer of Charlotte, NC; a sister, Luise Klaesson of Concord, NC; a brother, Gene Mittenbuhler of Elk Grove Village, IL; a granddaughter, Michelle Hodges of Charlotte; 3 grandsons, Craig Greer of Vancouver, WA, John Allen Greer III of Anderson, SC, and Michael Greer of Charlotte, NC; and 3 great-grandchildren.
Memorial service will be 11 a.m. Monday, April 1, 1996, from Holy Comforter Episcopal Church with The Reverend Kenneth G. Henry and The Reverend Kevin F. Donlon officiating. Private interment will be held in Concord, NC following the memorial service. The family will receive friends at home, 2634 Lilly Mill Road, from 3-5 p.m. Sunday, March 31, 1996.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Loaves and Fishes, c/o Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, 2701 Park Road, Charlotte, NC 28209.
Harry and Bryant Company is serving the family of Mrs. Greer.