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Re: Kayler/Kaylor Family of Preble Co. Ohio
Posted by: charles hart (ID *****3214) Date: September 22, 2003 at 10:41:01
In Reply to: Kayler/Kaylor Family of Preble Co. Ohio by Charles C.H. Stephens of 763

Mrs. Leah S. Pitsinger, 79, of 10343 Old Trace Road, Camden, wife of Roy A. Pitsinger, died Friday afternoon March 31, 1967 at Mercy hospital in Hamilton, where she had been a patient for seven weeks
A native of Bellefontaine Ohio, she had been a resident of Preble County for the past 57 years. She and her husband celebrated their fifty-eighth wedding anniversary last year.
She was a member of the Bellefontaine Lutheran church, the Somers Council No. 213, Daughters of America; the Somers Rebekah Lodge No. 125, and, the American Legion Auxiliary. of Camden.
Survivors include her husband; three sons, Earl and Bruce both of Camden, and Robert, of Eaton, seven daughters ' Mrs. Helen Schmidlin, Mrs. Elizabeth Woosley, Mrs. Juanita. Frost and Mrs. Dorothy Otto, all of Camden, Mrs. Irene Whitt, Hamilton Mrs. Norma Jean Gambill, North Miami, Fla., and Mrs. Rose Ann McKinney of Cincinnati;- 22 -grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
for Mrs Pitsinger were held at. 2 p.m. Monday in the R. C. Nein Funeral Home. Rev. James R..Armstrong and Rev. Raymond Thompson officiated. Burial was in Fairmount cemetery. The Daughters of America and Rebekah Lodge held memorial services Sunday.

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