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Marion Duane ROHR (VETERAN WWII)

Burnt School House Cemetery
Baxter County,
Arkansas

PRIVATE FIRST CLASS US Army
World War II
August 30, 1920-April 30, 1977

Married Vandora Roach in Ohio on May 19, 1967.
Son of Marion & Nora Wion Rohr.
Born Miami, Bradford County, Ohio.
Died Lone Rock, Baxter County, Arkansas.

The Baxter Bulletin
May 5, 1977
Marion Duane Rohr, 56, a resident of Lone Rock, died Saturday at his home. A member of the Church of Christ, he was a World War II veteran. A carpenter and wood worker, he retired in 1970, at St. Marie, Ohio before moving here.
Mr. Rohr was born Aug 30, 1920, in Bradford, Ohio, to the late Mrion and Nora Wion Rohr. He married the former Vadora Roach in Ohio on May 19, 1967.
Surviving are his wife, a son John David and two daughters, Tina Marie and Billie Jo, all of the home; five stepsons, William R., Rolan L. and Robert L. Taylor, all of St. Marie, Lester Eugene Taylor of St. Marys, Ohio and Corneilous Taylor of Wamock, Ohio; a step daughter, Mrs. Sharon Boder of Shebeka, MN; 26 grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Funeral services were held Tuesday at Lone Rock Baptist Church, officiated by Rev. Doyle Davenport. The flagbearer was Lisford Haney and pallbearers were Don Johnson, Al Hellman, Henry Brown, George Kirby, Harry King and Robert Bounds.
Graveside military services took place at the Burnt School House Cemetery by Norfork-Salesville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8944. Roller Funeral Home handled the arrangements.
(From the files of Max Parnell.)

Contributed on 7/8/09 by maxparnell
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Submitted: 7/8/09 • Approved: 8/13/13 • Last Updated: 8/16/13 • R211744-G0-S3

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