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Funeral services were held today for Eugene Mogabgab, prominent local architect for many years, who died at his Bay St. 'Louis, Miss., home yesterday.
The services were held at P. J. McMahon and .Sons Funeral Home, Inc., 4300 Canal. Burial;
, was in the Garden of Memories i ! Cemetery.
i Mogabgab, a native of Syria.:
I resided in the New Orleans ana' Gulf Coast area for many years. I He was 53 years old.
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HE ATTENDED St. Philip School, . the old Boys’ High School and Tulane University.
He served in the U. S. Army 'during World War I. He was a registered architect and was a : past commander of the Last Man's Club of the Old Command, t 1141st Washington Field Artillery.¦ He also was a member of the American Legion, the Hancock J County, Miss., Chamber of Com-
EUGENE MOGABGAB
merce; the Gulfport, Miss., Rotary Club, and the Bay-Waveland Yacht Club.
He is survived by his wife, the former Mis Edwina Norton; a daughter, Mrs. Robert M. Dom-iny, Atlanta, Ga.; two sons, Eugene Mogabgab, Jr., and Louis Lang Mogabgab, both of Thibo-daux; and a brother, Dr. Anees Mogabgab, of New Orleans.
Mogabgab was a Mason and belonged to Linn Wood Lodge No. 167, F. & A. M.; Concorde Chapter No. 2, R. A. M.; Louisiana Council No. 2, Royal and Select Masters; Jacques DeMolay Commandery No. 2,
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l’ONDAY, JANUARY 24, 1955
FORME ORLEANS ARCHITECT DEAD
the former Miss Edwina Norton; a daughter, Mrs. Robert M. Dom-iny, Atlanta, Ga.; two sons, Eugene Mogabgab Jr., and Louis Lang Mogabgab, both of Thibo-daux; and a brother, Dr. Anees
Eugene Mogabgab Dies at'Mogabgab’ New Orleans
Bay St. Louis Home
Eugene Mogabgab, an architect in the New Orleans area for many years, died at his Bay St. Louis, Miss., home at 12:25 a. m. Sunday.	\
Funeral services will be held at P. J. McMahon and Sons Funeral Home, Inc., 4800 Canal, at 2 p. m. Monday. Burial will be in the Garden of Memories cemetery.
Mr. Mogabgab, 58 and a native of Syria, resided in the New Orleans area and the Gulf Coast for some 51 years. He attended the St. Philip school, the old Boys’ High school and Tulane university and served in the United States Army during World War I.
He was a registered architect and a past commander of the Last Man’s Club of the Old Command, 141st Washington Field Artillery.
A Mason, he belonged to Linn Wood Lodge No. 167, F. & A. M., Concorde Chapter No. 2, R. A. M.; Louisiana Council No. 2, Royal and Select Masters; Jacques De-Molay Commandery No. 2 Knights Templar, and the Mississippi Coast Shrine Club.
In addition he was a member of the American Legion, the Hancock County, Miss., Chamber of Commerce, the Gulfport, Miss., Rotary Club and the Bay-Waveland Yacht Club.
He is survived by his widow,
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