William J. Ebertshauser

By Teichart-Gracan Funeral Home | Posted in: Teichart-Gracan Funeral Home

William J. Ebertshauser, 83, of West Mifflin died Dec. 18, 2018.  He is the son of the late Henry F., Sr. and Claire (Henderson) Ebertshauser and husband of the late Linda Lou (Henry) Ebertshauser.  He is survived by his son William H. Ebertshauser and brother Henry F. Ebertshauser, Jr.; also nieces and nephews.  Bill was a retired branch bank manager for Union National Bank for over 30 years.  Brother Ebertshauser, a Past Most Wide Master of the Pittsburgh Chapter of Rose Croix served the Valley in that capacity in 1984.  Following his tenure as Most Wise Master he was elected to the Board of Trustees in 1989.  During his service as Trustee of the Valley, he served as Chairman of the Budget Committee.  Bill became a member of the fraternity in 1958, joining Duquesne Lodge No. 731 where he served as Worshipful Master 3 times in 1962, 1981 and 1986. He served the 49th Masonic District as District Deputy Grand Master from 1970 to 1979.  In 1988 he was elected Secretary of his Lodge - a post he held through 2001.  In York Rite Masonry, he belonged to McKeesport Royal Arch Chapter and Duquesne Commandery.  He joined the Valley of Pittsburgh in 1962.  Bro. Ebertshauser was coroneted a Honorary Member of the Supreme Council, Sovereign Grand Inspector General 33 degree in 1991.  He has also received the DeMolay Honorary Legion of Honor.  He served in the US AirForce from 1954 to 1957 and was a former member of the United Methodist Church in Duquesne.  Friends received Teichart-Gracan Funeral Home, Duquesne, Thurs.  Dec. 27th from 6 to 8 and Fri. Dec. 28th from 2-4 and 6-8. A masonic service will be held Friday at 7:30pm.  A funeral service will be held Sat. 11:00 am in the funeral home.  Interment following Jefferson Memorial Park. A memorial luncheon will be held after interment at the Masonic Lodge 1200 Clonmell St, Duquesne PA 15110.

Originally published December 19, 2018.

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