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SEAMAN, Robert G.
|Johnstown Tribune, 19 Jul 1923, Page 17, Contributed by Sharon Trosan|
|Summerhill, July 19 -- Robert G. Seaman, aged 52 years, employed as a locomotive engineer by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company on the South fork & Windber Branch and one of the best know residents of Summerhill, died very suddenly at his home yesterday afternoon. He suffered a stroke of apoplexy and expired about 10 minutes later. His sudden death was a great shock to his relatives and many friends, as Mr. Seaman had been apparently enjoying excellent health. |
The deceased is survived by his widow and the following children: Mrs. Florence Rorabaugh, of Summerhill, and Stanley, Martha and Robert Seaman, jr., all at home. Mr. Seaman also is survived by the following brothers and sisters: Thomas R. and Homer P. Seaman, both of Summerhill; Norman Seaman, of Pittsburgh; Mrs. J. G. Dixon and Mrs. C. P. Kime, both of Johnstown, and Mrs. J. A. Griffith, of Denton, Md.
Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Saturday morning here in the Lutheran Church, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Shultz, pastor. Interment will be in the South Fork Cemetery. George Bros., undertakers, of South Fork, have prepared the body for burial.
Johnstown Tribune; Thurs., July 19, 1923 p17