Private Federal services were held this afternoon at Monticello Memorial Park for Dr. William Dandridge Haden, 65, one of Charlottesville's leading businessmen and civic leaders, who died Sunday at the University Hospital. Dr. Haden served three terms as mayor and had been a member of the city council rom 1930-42. He was a member of the University of Virginia board of visitors, receiving his appointment last year from Governor Darden. Among Dr. Haden's business interests were the presidency of the National Bank & Trust Co., vice president of the Monticello Hotel and a director in the Jefferson-Lafayette Theaters. He was connected with a number of other business enterprises. He was president of the Martha Jefferson Hospital, treasurer of the Virginia Cancer Foundation, and a member of the Framington Country Club. A native of Fluvanna County, Dr. Haden was the son of the late Eldridge G. Haden, who also served as mayor of Charlottesville. Educated in medicine at the University of Virginia and at Johns Hopkins University, Dr. Haden practiced here for more than 20 years. He retired from practice in 1933 to become president of the National Bank & Trust Co. Surviving are his wife and the following children: Mrs. Joseph L. Yon and Mrs. William Massie Smith, both wives of officers in the service, and Dr. W. D. Haden, Jr of Washington, and Llewellyn P. Haden of Charlottesville.
Monticello Memorial Park Albemarle County Virginia, USA
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