~ Fort Hill Cemetery ~


Marie Infanger

Born 1911, died 2002.

    In this 1967 picture, Mrs. Infanger is pictured with the other officers of the National Bank of Auburn. Seated, left to right: Frederick E. Mider, Jr., Vice President; Robert B. Hole, President; Marie W. Infanger, Assistant Vice President and Cashier. Standing, left to right: Joseph R. Mottern, Assistant Cashier; Joseph W. Pine, Assistant Vice President and Manager Consumer Credit Department; Carl A. Ohlmeyer, Auditor; E. Joseph Hassett, Assistant Cashier; William J. Lawler, Vice President.

    Mrs. Infanger's association with the bank spanned 48 years; in 1928 she joined the Cayuga County National Bank, which later merged with the National Bank of Auburn. Mrs. Infanger was the first woman to be elected to the board of directors of the bank. She was the executive director and treasurer of the Allyn Foundation in 1976. Marie was also the director of the Cayuga County chapter of the American Red Cross and served many years on the Fort Hill Cemetery Board of Trustees.

The Infanger family plot is located in the Cemetery's North Cove section.

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