James Washington Robling 1964 Obit Stroudsburg
Jameo Robling, Retired Clerk STROUDSBURG -- James Robling, 75, of Stroudsburg RD 1, a retired liquor store clerk, died in his home Saturday ning. He was bom in Plymouth, a son of the late John and ot Fun- 10 78, Ev- Margaret (Thomas) Robling. He nad lived most of his life o f : Seranton where he was em- Liquor Store. He moved'to Stroudsburg f years ago after retirement. He was a member ot Westminister Presbyt e r 1 Church in Seranton and a vet- eran of the World War 1 Army. He is survived by his wife, the former Anna Nelson of Stroudsburg; a daughter, Mrs. Hilda Owens of i Stroudsburg; brother, Roy Robling of burg, Pa.; and four grandchil- dren. Funeral services will be held from the William R. Thomas Funeral Home in Stroudsburg, Tuesday "at 1 p.m. The Rev. Harold C. Eaton, will officiate. Burial will be Marcy Cemetery in Duryea, The viewing will be held in i the funeral home Monday 7 p.m.