Ellberg dies at 81
PRINCETON — It’s been said those who have a good sense of humor — those who enjoy a funny prank or a fun-filled practical joke — can rest assured they will be remembered with smiles that will continue to live on in those whose lives they have touched. Friends and family members of Carl Ellberg will no doubt have a myriad of smiles to carry them into the future.
Long-time Princeton businessman Carl Ellberg Jr., 81, died Wednesday with his family by his side. Ellberg owned and operated Ellberg Plumbing and Heating from 1962 to 2008. The Princeton native’s name was not only associated with his work as a plumber, but he was also a member of the Evangelical Covenant Church, the Princeton High School Board of Education, the Princeton Game and Fish Club, the Princeton Moose, Elks, Optimists, Jaycees and more.
While much could be written about Ellberg’s work ethic, there were many other facets of this man which friends and family quickly revealed.
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