Charles Frederick Lindauer II (1919-2005) was a negotiator for the Garden State Parkway Project in New Jersey; a real estate broker in New Jersey; and a public relations director for Murphy and West Law Firm in Los Angeles, California (b. January 26, 1919, Hoboken, Hudson County, New Jersey, USA - d. September 12, 2005, 826 Cortez Avenue, Lady Lake, Lake County, Florida, 32159-3054, USA) Social Security Number 152058853.
Parents[edit | edit source]
Siblings[edit | edit source]
- John Howard Lindauer I (1905-1954) who worked as a radio engineer in 1930 and was later a television engineer for RCA
- Florence Elizabeth Lindauer (1907-1967) who worked as a keypunch operator in a fire insurance company in 1930, and married Charles James Cull II (1903-1976)
- Natalie Jean Lindauer (1910-1996) who married Alfred Richardson (1901-1953) and lived in Cincinnati, Ohio and died in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
First marriage[edit | edit source]
Charles married, then divorced. They had two children: Richard Lindauer; and Douglas Lindauer. Charles never kept in touch with his children after the divorce. After his ex-wife died Richard looked for his father and after 47 years they were briefly reunited until Charles died in 2005.
Second marriage[edit | edit source]
He married Gloria X (1929- ) around 1955.
Funeral notice[edit | edit source]
The Villages — Charles F. "Chuck-L" Lindauer, 86, died Monday, September 12, 2005. Mr. Lindauer was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, and moved to this area from Los Angeles, California, in 1994. He was a negotiator for the Garden State Parkway Project in New Jersey; a real estate broker in New Jersey; public relations director for Murphy and West Law Firm in Los Angeles; member of Community United Methodist Church of Fruitland Park, member of Lady Lake Elks Club, past president of The Villages New Jersey Club, The Villages Western States Club, The Orange Blossom Gardens Squares; and former vice president of the LAPD Community Council. Survivors include his wife, Gloria; sons Richard, Stroudberg, Pennsylvania, Douglas, Roan Mount, Tennessee; 10 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Funeral services for Mr. Lindauer will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 16, at Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, Lady Lake. Visitation will be 3-5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, at the funeral home. Interment will be at Lady Lake Cemetery following the funeral services Friday. Hiers-Baxley Funeral Services, Lady Lake, is in charge of arrangements.
Ancestors[edit | edit source]
|Charles Frederick Lindauer II (1919-2006)||Father:
Oscar Arthur Lindauer (1873-1948)
John Jacob Lindauer (1840-1888), a cigar maker
Oscar Arthur Moritz Lindauer (1815-1866)
Sophia Weber (1815-1891)
Nellie X (1853-1887)
Jennie Louise Courter (1879-1963)
Frank Judd Courter (1853-1932
Peter Courter (1809-1897)
Mary Ann Canfield (1812-1878)
Emma F. McCurdy (1857-?)