James F. Buckner Obit (1971)

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James F. Buckner Obit (1971) - af 68 ar Hospi 60 Sat Red 12:28 where day condi...
af 68 ar Hospi 60 Sat Red 12:28 where day condi 3 o War War seven and He First and Mrs. Warren, two and by conducted Burton. James F. Buckner Dies Sunday At 68; Rites Wednesday James F. Buokner, 68, 761 Coralfe Ave., was dead on arrival arrival at Fort Hamilton Hospital Sunday at 11:50 p.m. He was taikeh ,to the hospital by the fire department emergency squad. Mr. Buckner had been in ill health for the last five months. He was born in Hamilton on Dec. 18, 1902, a son of Frank and Elizabeth Welsh Buckner, and was educated in public schools of Hamilton. On March 23, 1923, he married married Alberta Schultheiss in Hamilton. Retired Molder He was a molder by trade and worked at Baldwin-Lima- Hamilton for many years. Mr. BuCkner retired in 1964. He was a member of the International International Molders Union 68. Mr. Buckner was devoted to his home and family and the additions additions of two grandchildren were sources of great enjoyment. enjoyment. He was adept at handy- work and received enjoyment from repairing and doing handy- work. He was a sports fan. List Relatives He leaves his wife, Alberta Buckner; a son. Merlin Buck- icr, at home; a daughter, Mrs. Gene (Jean) Stitsinger; two irandchildren, Frederick Stit- inger and David Stitsinger, Hamilton; a sister, Mrs. Glenn Celsia) Allen, Woodsdale; oth- r relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by daughter, Darlene, in 1931, nd a sister, Mrs. Clara Krause. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10 a. m. in the Claus-Weigel Funeral Home, Elin Elin Ave. and N. F St.. with,the ev. J. Edward Swain, interim of First United Church Warner, from Hamilton J. is vice also a f Christ, officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Memorial Park. Friends may all at the funeral home Tues- ay from 6 until 8 p. m. by the Assistance Warren will meet May 27, Bldg., proposals. The fices are Fairfield City council $115,069 planning received grants The $49,967 and June 1. Rites

Clipped from The Journal News10 May 1971, MonPage 58

The Journal News (Hamilton, Ohio)10 May 1971, MonPage 58
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