1965 22 jul sj
a at Lew-Is, a a Albert G. Senders ALBANY Albert G. Senders, a prominent lifetime resident of Albany, died Tuesday night in an Albany hospital at the age of 83. Owner of A. G. Senders Grain Co. and St Francis Hotel, he was mayor of Albany for two terms, 194044, and a member of the City Council for four years before that, chairman of the school board from 1934 to 1945, exalted ruler of Albany Elks Lodge 359 in 1933-34, a member of the Public Library Board for 12 years, and a director of First Federal Savings & Loan Association and Chamber of Commerce and member of Rotary. He was a graduate of the old Albany College and was manager of Western Union here for 14 years before entering the grain business. He leaves a widow. Alma; daughter Mrs. Alison Lang, Albany; son Bruce Senders, Portland; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Services will be at Westminster United Presbyterian Church 3:30 p.m. Friday. Interment will be in Waverly Memorial Cemetery. Rabbi Emanuel Rose officiating. Fisher Funeral Home is in charge.