C. J. Rollinson Taken by Death
Clifford J. Rollinson, widely known Hickory Township resident and owner of the Rollinson Turkey Farm, died at 8:30 a.m. today in Sharon General Hospital 10 minutes after being admitted following a heart attack. He was 60.
Mr. Rollinson, who was chairman of the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee of Mercer, was on his way to a meeting of the committee when he was stricken.
A lifelong resident of Hickory Township he lived on South Keel Ridge Road. He was a member of the New Virginia Methodist Church; F and AM, Lodge 389, of West Middlesex; New Castle Consistory; Zem Zem Shrine of Erie; Mercer County Shrine Club and the Hickory Volunteer Fire Department.
Born in Hickory Township, Sep. 20, 1898 he was the son of
Havilah and Mary Ellen Baker Rollinson. He married the former
Grace Persch on Nov. 20, 1925.
Surviving besides his wife are three children, Twila, wife of
Fred Cusick, and Duane and
Thomas Rollinson, all of South Keel Ridge Road, and three grandchildren,
Timmy, and Susan Cusick and