Gleason Streber 1903-1974 obituary

Mr. Streber was survived by his wife, Jane Turner Streber and four sons: Robert, Carey (Bo), John, and Walter. He opened his own store in New Vienna in 1931 and retired from the grocery business in 1967.

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Gleason Streber 1903-1974 obituary - Gleason Streber Cjleason Streber. 71, of 14%...
Gleason Streber Cjleason Streber. 71, of 14% Bernard Rd. in New Vienna, died at 1:45 p.m. Tuesday at his home of a heart attack. His wife, Jane Turner Streber to whom he was married Aug. 12, 1929. survives, Mr. Streber was born Aug. 2. 1903, in Highland County, the son of Robert E. and Margaret Van/.ant Streber. He was a member of the Dalton LixJge No. 578 FiiiAM in New Vienna, the Milk Ih-cxlucers Association, the Farm Bureau, and the American Jersey Cattle Club. In his early years. Mr. Streber was associated with the Kroger Grix:ery store and in 1931 he opened his own store in New Vienna. In 1967 he retired to the farm leaving the family to continue the grcx:ery business. Mr. Streber is survived by four sons, Robert F. of New Vienna, Carey F. (BoBo) of New Vienna, John B. of Hillsboro, and Walter B. Streber of New Vienna; three sisters. Mrs. Ann Snow of Sabina. Mrs. Lola Streber of Wilmington, and Mrs. Mary King of Cincinnati. A Masonic Memorial service will be held at 8:30 Thursday evening, with services at 2 p.m. Friday at the Smith and Son funeral home in New Vienna. Burial will be at the Turner Cemetery in Martinsville. Friends may call at the funeral home any time from ntxm ITiursday.

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  1. Wilmington News-Journal,
  2. 09 Oct 1974, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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  • Gleason Streber 1903-1974 obituary — Mr. Streber was survived by his wife, Jane Turner Streber and four sons: Robert, Carey (Bo), John, and Walter. He opened his own store in New Vienna in 1931 and retired from the grocery business in 1967.

    cuiblemorgan – 25 Oct 2014

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