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Lena Lichtenberger Robbins

4 May 1883 -

19 May 1951  









  Lena Lichtenberger Robbins 

Mrs. Lena Lichtenberger Robbins, 68, wife of J.L. Robbins, retired postmaster at the South Side post-office, died at 3:25 a.m. today at her home, 317 Central Avenue, following a stroke suffered at her home Friday afternoon.  She suffered a stroke about four years ago and had been in poor health since that time.

Born in Clarion County on May 4, 1883, she made her home in Franklin when a child.  She was graduated from the Franklin high School and was employed by the Manifold Company and the Campbell Department store until her marriage in 1903 when she came to Oil City.

Mrs. Robbins was an active member of the First Baptist Church.

Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Louise Montie, at home, and Mrs. Marion Whipple, of Warren.  The latter is the wife of Dr. Carl E. Whipple, superintendent of schools at Warren.

Also surviving is a sister, Mrs. Floyd Roxbury, of Wadsworth, Ohio, and five grandchildren.
Two brothers, Charles Lichtenberger, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Joseph Lichtenberger, of Franklin, preceeded her in death.

The body was taken to the Steffee Funeral Home where friends may call and where funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Monday.

Interment will be made in the Oak Cemetery at Sandy Lake.

Oil City Derrick
Submitted by
Nancy Whipple Erbland




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