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A Passing

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Posted by Old John on June 21, 2004 at 06:40:59 from (

Good Morning my Friends,

It is with sorrow That I Tell you of the Passing over, of my Father
John Lewis Steiner, of Franklin County Indiana, on Mid-summer, yesterday,
at the age of eighty seven years. He was a Stationary Engineer, and Farmer,
until his retirement.
He goes to join my Mother, Wilhelmena Edna Reuss Steiner,
who passed over on Halloween Night, 1995.

He is survived by eight sons and one daughter.

Myself, retired auto worker, QC,
Henry C. Steiner, Factory maintanence,
Mary L.Steiner, Head bank teller,
Edward J.Steiner, Factory supervisor,
William F. Steiner, Middle school principal,
Patrick C. Steiner, CPA,
Ronald G. Steiner, Rural mail carrier,
Fredrick G. Steiner, Factory and Farmer,
Albert J. Steiner, Trucker and Farmer,

Along with Twelve Grandchildren and Fourteen Great-Grandchildren.

He was in a coma Saturday night and Toasts were lifted to ask his easy Passing.
Those of you Who know & care for me,
Please lift a Glass in his Honor.
Thank you.

Health & wealth to your Houses,

' Til Later...............

Old John

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