Edward F. Ulrich

EDWARD F. ULRICH SR.  was born in Camden, New Jersey on June 24, 1929 to Emma and William Ulrich. The 1929 Camden City Directory shows his father worked as a roofer, and that the family lived at 1301 Dupont Street in Cramer Hill. The elder Ulrich and his family had lived at the Dupont Street address as far back as 1914. 

The 1947 Camden City Directory shows that Edward F. Ulrich was living with his widowed mother and brother William at 2854 Buren Avenue in Cramer Hill. His sister Virginia Ruth had married George E. Brown in the fall of 1946, and they may have been living there too at the time.

After graduating from High School, Edward F. Ulrich served in the United States Army from June 22, 1949 through August 22, 1952. Edward Ulrich worked as a press operator at Magnetic Metals in North Camden, and did similar work for the Briscoe Paper Box Company at 650 North Delaware Avenue in North Camden.

On September 20, 1957 Edward F. Ulrich was appointed to the Camden Fire Department. He reported for duty the following day. At the time of his appointment he was living at 901 North 30th Street in Cramer Hill.

Brother-in-law George E. Brown was appointed to the Fire Department on April 14, 1960. He and his family and mother-in-law Emma Ulrich were living at the 
Buren Avenue address at that time. 

Edward F. Ulrich was initially assigned to Engine Company 6 at Front and Linden Streets. He served for many years in the Fire Marshall's office as an inspector.

Having reached the mandatory retirement age of 65, Edward F. Ulrich retired on pension on July 1, 1994.

Last a resident of Cinnaminson, New Jersey, Edward F. Ulrich passed away on November 4, 2007.

Graduation of Probationary Fireman
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Graduation of Probationary Fireman (from left) Chief John Graham, Captain Anthony Dzinski, Assistant Training Officer Nicholas George, Firemen Herman Reed, Bertram Dahl, Joseph Dowhy, Joseph Simpson, Edward Morgenweck, Charles Christensen, Joseph Wolfinger, George Dixon, Edward Ulrich, Reginald Laws, Grant Keller, and Chief Edward MacDowell.



Camden Courier-Post * November 8, 2007

On November 4, 2007; of Cinnaminson, age 78 years.
Beloved husband of the late Virginia L. (nee Smith); Devoted father of Edward Jr. and his wife Patricia, and Gwen; Loving grandfather of Brian, Keith and Edward III.
Prior to his retirement, Mr. Ulrich was a longtime Camden City Fire Inspector and Investigator. He was also a United States Army Veteran of World War II and Korea, and a member of VFW Post 1270 in Pennsauken.
Relatives and friends are invited to the Visitation and Funeral on Saturday from 9:30 am at: 
FALCO/CARUSO & LEONARD PENNSAUKEN FUNERAL HOME 6600 North Browning Rd, where a Funeral Service will be held at 11 AM. Interment will follow at Colestown Cemetery in Cherry Hill. Info, condolences & guestbook at www. carusocare.com.