IRVIN K. LEDERMAN was born in Pennsylvania around 1895 to Philip and Rosa Lederman. He was one of 10 children. The 1910 Census shows the elder Lederman working as an inspector in a clothing factory.

Irwin K. Ledererman was a veteran of World War I. He was living at 46 Boyd Street and working as a foreman when the 1924 Camden City Directory was compiled. By 1927 he had been appointed to the Camden Fire department and was still residing at 46 Boyd Street

The 1930 Census shows Irvin K. Lederman, his wife Elizabeth and niece Elizabeth Tartar living at 44 Boyd Street. He was still an active member of the Camden Fire Department as late as December of 1930.

Irvin Lederman died on October 18, 1933. At that time he had been living at 35 Boyd Street. He was buried at Bethel Cemetery in Pennsauken, New Jersey.

Hook & Ladder Company 3, Hose & Chemical Company 1 & Engine Company 9 - 1924

Hook & Ladder Company 3: Captain Joseph B. Ayres, FF Dave Humphries, Al Dukes, John Mulligan, Bill Mountney, Bill Hopkins. Hose & Chemical Company 1: Captain Charles H. Robinson, FF William E "Pud" Jaeckel, George Townsend, Ken Naylor, Howard Gick. Engine Company 9: Captain John H. Vickers, FF Irv Lederman, Newton Ash, Joe Gentlesk, Al Palmer

Camden Evening Courier - December 13, 1930

William Foehl - Charles Schultz - Newton Ash - Irvin K. Lederman
Engine Company 9 - Engine Company 11 - Ladder Company 3
East Camden - North 27th Street - Hayes Avenue - Federal Street

Camden Morning Post - October 20, 1933


Funeral services will be held at 2:30 P.M. Monday for Irvin Lederman, 37, of 35 Boyd Street, who died Wednesday

Lederman was a member of Hose and Chemical Company No. 2, Twenty-seventh Street and Hayes Avenue. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth K.

Lederman was a member of the Police and Firemen's Club and the Mutual Benevolent Association. Burial will be in Bethel Cemetery

Engine Company 11
North 27th Street - Hayes Avenue - Boyd Street