Charles L Kistler obit April 1976

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Charles L Kistler obit April 1976 - C. L. Kistler, Retired From Koppers, Dies...
C. L. Kistler, Retired From Koppers, Dies Charles L i D u t c h ) Kistler, 70, o? 308 Hoffman Ave., chief labors Lory t e c h n i c i a n tor Koppers Co. at lhc lime of his retirement April 1,1971, died at 10:5C prn Tuesday in Oil Cily Hospital following a short IJlncss. Born in Oit City March 19. 1906, he was a son of Charles N. and Clara Graham Kislter. He completed 24 years' employment al Koppcrs at the time of his reliremcnl and was employed tor 20 years at ConLincnlal HefiniiiK Co as s t i l l m a n a n d l a b o r a t o r y technician unlll lhc plant was dismantled in 1947 and he transferred transferred loKoppers. Ills first employment was with the Pennsylvania Railroad al Ihe Norlh Side Shops Mr. Kisller was captain of the CHARLESKISTLER W. T. Mohnkern, 58, Succumbs At Hospital William T. Mohnkern, 58, oi 13PA Hillcrest Avc., former lathe operator for Ollwcll Division of U.S. Steel Corp., died al 10:45 am Wednesday In Oil City Hospital. He was born in Oil City Oc- lober 5,1917, a son oi Archie and Margaret Mooncy Mohnkern. He retired from Oilwcll lour years ago due to Tailing health. Mr. Mohnkern \vas a member Margaret Mohnkcrn of Oil City; two sisters, Mrs. Joseph 'Mary Margaret) Slreczywilk of Oil Cily and Mrs. Dale (Violet Mae) Lynton of Browns Mills, N.J., rind nine grandchildren His father, Archie Mohnkern, is deceased. In lieu of flowers, Lhc family requests donations lo the American Cancer Society. There wilt be no funeral home Allegheny Division swimming and basketball team in 1925-26 Hts skill in swimming and diving was widely recognized and earned for him the nickname, "Flying Dutch man." Earlier in his younger days was a member of the Seneca Street Stars, a fast baseball team, which later was known the Comrade Club in the early' 1920s The coach was the late Wilbur Magee of the YMCA. Comrade learns^ were cily c h a m p i o n s i n b basketball, volleyball and bowling. Fie was married to the former Mary Coveney In December of 1927 in Oil City. She survives along with one son, Charles (Dick) Kisller of Tacoma, Wash.; three daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Nancy) King and Mrs. Herb (Kalhy) Davis of Oil City and Mrs. William (Connie) Poorman of Circleville, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Florence Downs of Cleveland, Ohio, and 11 grandchildren. grandchildren. Friends will be received any time al the Joseph Reinsel Funeral Home, where the family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm today where funeral services will be held al ll am Friday. Rev. Henry Kriefiel of St. Joseph Church will officiate. Interment will be in Calvary Ccmelerv-

Clipped from The Oil City Derrick08 Apr 1976, ThuPage 12

The Oil City Derrick (Oil City, Pennsylvania)08 Apr 1976, ThuPage 12
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