William Ross Keesecker obituary
the William R. Keseckcr Kites Services for William Ross Keesecker, Keesecker, who died Sunday morning at his home, .915 Lafayette avenue, of a heart attack, were conducted ihis afternoon at the Brown Funeral Home. Martinsburg, W. Va., Rev. Carl W. Hiser, of First Tf. assisted by the Rev. A. J. Secrist, a close friend of Mr. Keesecker. Burial was in church food health. He had observed Jane Rebecca Everhart Keesecker; three daughters and two sons, -- Mrs. at ' Mrs. Wallace tinsburg; Bernard Keesecker, Holly Hill, S. C.; Ernest, Martinsburg. He also leaves two brothers three sisters,--Clifford, Martinsburg, 11C WCiliCl.Cl, 4U.611 bUAOVUlg. c engineer for the Baltimore Railroad, he had Saturday and was apparently in Feb. 9. Surviving are the widow, Thomas, Pearrell, Inwood; Mrs. Harvey North Mountain; Mrs. , grandchildren. Robert Pearrell, Arden; Mrs. Essie iFalquette, Freemont, Ohio; and that Keesecker and his family moved to Cumberland about four years ago. He was a member in- rjnited Brethren Church, Mar- j tiriSDUr g and of the Brotherhood | oÂ£ the Engineers. He had a B. O. engineer about years.