ROBERT L. FREUDENBERGER, a prominent citizen of Steubenville, who is engaged in the real estate and insurance business, and is secretary of the Steuben Oil and Gas Company, was born at Steubenville in 1885, and is a son of William Freudenberger, one of the city's best known men.
Robert L. Freudenberger was educated in the schools of his native city and at Poughkeepsie, N. Y., in 1904 graduating from the Eastman Commercial College of the latter place. He then went into the real estate business with his father and then served as secretary for the Steubenville Pottery Company for three years, after which he resumed his former partnership in real estate and has added insurance as an individual line. He takes a commendable interest in civic affairs and is willing to do what many young business men of the times decline--give time and attention to considering public matters, and has accepted responsibilities of citizenship. He is serving as clerk of the Steubenville Board of COntrol. On October 14, 1908, Mr. Freudenberger was married to Miss Minnie Fisher, of Wheeling, W. Va. He is identified with the Elks and Eureka Lodge, No. 35, Knights of Pythias. He belongs also to the Steubenville Chamber of Commerce to the COuntry Club and the Y. M. C. A.