||Fannie [Collins] Albertson Dane
Mrs. Fannie Albertson Dane daughter of the late Messenger
and Susie Collins was born in Warren County May 30, 1912.
She departed this life in the hospital at Wilmington, Ohio April 30, 1971
at the age of 58 years and 11 months.
She was united in marriage to Hugh Dane may 26, 1951
at Lebanon, Ohio; where she lived most of her life. She leaves to mourn
her loss her husband, three sons James and Richard Albertson,
Lebanon, Robert Albertson, Harveysburg; two daughters
Doris Smith and Evelyn Landacre, Lebanon.
One daughter Helen preceded her in death. Three sisters,
Mrs. Lizzie McKeever, Waynesville; Mrs. Voila
Fealy, Harveysburg; Mrs. Louis Walker, Wilmington,
Ohio. One sister Bertha Knowlton and one brother Walter
Collins preceded her in death.
She also leaves 16 grandchildren and one great grandchild she loved dearly.
Grandma was someone special to each and every one of her grandchildren
for just a touch of her hand on their brow would wipe away all tears from
their faces when they needed it most.
She not only raised her own children but helped to raise several others
and loved them as though they were her own.
She has been a member of the Moose and Eagle Lodge for several years.
No one enjoyed their life more than Fannie. She was always
happy and if she felt bad no one would know it, for she always had a happy
smile for everyone she met. She was a wonderful wife and mother and will
be missed not only around Lebanon for she had friends and loved ones everywhere.
To know her was to love her and I am sure anyone who ever knew her will
never forget Fannie.
Source: unnamed 1971 paper
26 May 2006
Mrs. Fannie Dane
LEBANON - Mrs. Fannie L. Dane, 58, of 17 New St., died Friday at Clinton
Memorial Hospital, Wilmington, after an extended illness. She was
a member of the Moose and Eagle lodges.
Surviving are her husband, Hugh; three sons, James and Richard Albertson
of Lebanon, and Robert Albertson of Harveysburg; two daughters, MRs. Doris
Smith and MRs. Evelyn Landacre of Lebanon; three sisters, Mrs. Lizzie
McKeever of Waynesville, Mrs. Viola Fealy of Harveysburg and Mrs. Louise
Walker of Wilmington; 16 grandchildren and a great-granchild.
Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Oswald Funeral Home.
Burial will be in Miami Cemetery at Corwin. Friends may call at
the funeral home Sunday from 4 to 9 p.m. Moose and Eagle lodge services
will be held there Sunday at 7:50 p.m.
Source: The Middletown (Ohio) Journal,
Saturday May 1, 1971
30 August 2008
Olive F. (Collins) Dane [03
May 1912-4 Sep 1985]
Olive F. Dane, 73, of Clay Street, Lebanon, died Wednesday,
Sept. 4 at Southview Hospital, Centerville.
Survivors include a daughter, Phyllis Allen of Lebanon;
a son, Robert of Lebanon; three brothers, William
Price and Billy Lee Price, both of Lebanon,
and Gene Studer of Alexander, Ky.; a sister, Irene
Melampy of Springboro; seven grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
Services were held Saturday, Sept. 7, at the Oswald Funeral Home, Lebanon,
with the Rev. William Johnson officiating. Burial was in Lebanon
Source: The Western Star 1985
25 May 2006