Appleton Post-Crescent | Appleton, Wisconsin | Thursday, June 29, 1939 | Page 10
Miss Gertrude Mae Crober, daughter of Charles Crober, 711 Division street, Neenah, and Frank Retzloff, son of Herman Retzloff, route 1, Neenah, were married at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon at the Retzloff home by the Rev. E. C. Reim, pastor of Trinity Lutheran church of Neenah. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dorrow were the attendants. The couple will make its home on the bridegroom's farm.
Oshkosh Daily Northwestern | Oshkosh, Wisconsin | Monday, December 24, 1934 | Page 9
NEENAH WOMAN DIES FROM HEART ATTACK
Neenah - A heart attack resulted in the sudden death of Mrs. Charles Crober, 711 Division street, at 3:10 o'clock this morning. Mrs. Crober was 59 years old. She was born at Neilsville. She lived at Oshkosh and Manitowoc before coming to Neenah to reside 10 years ago.
Survivors are her husband; five children, Gertrude, George, and Dorothy?, Neenah; Evelyn, Chippewa Falls?, and? Eva.
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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern | Oshkosh, Wisconsin | Wednesday, December 26, 1934 | Page 11
Obsequies? will be held Thursday afternoon for Mrs. Charles Crober, former residont of Oshkosh, who passed away as the result of a sudden heart attack Monday at her home, 711 Division street
Oshkosh Daily Northwestern | Oshkosh, Wisconsin | Saturday, January 15, 1955 | Page 15
Charles F. Crober Dies at Age of 89
NEENAH - Charles F. Crober, 89, of Rt 1, Neenah, died at 1:15 this morning at Theda Clark Hospital after a long illness.
He was born March 30, 1865, and lived in Oshkosh before moving to Neenah 30 years ago.
Survivors include four daughters, Eva Crober, Michigan; Mrs. Frank Retzloff, Rt.1, Neenah; Dorothy Crober, Rt. 2, Appleton, and Evelyn, Chippewa Falls; one son, George of Neenah; three brothers, Harry of Oshkosh; John Crober, Menasha. and Henry Crober of Hixton, Wis., and a sister, Mrs. Herman Kosseck, California, and five grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Kessler Funeral Home with the Rev. W. F. Wichmann, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, Neenah. officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 p.m. Monday until the time of service.
Appleton Post-Crescent | Appleton, Wisconsin | Wednesday, March 28, 1928 | Page 4
TWIN CITY DEATHS
Menasha - Earl Crober, 21, died Wednesday morning at Sunnyview sanitarium. where he had been for the last four months. He was born at Nielsville, but had made Menasha his
home for the last five years. Survivors are the father and two sisters, Mrs. Ray Terrian and Miss Iola Crober. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at his home on Fifth-st. Interment will be at Brooks Corners.
Appleton Post-Crescent | Appleton, Wisconsin | Thursday, June 19, 1930 | Page 7
The marriage of Miss lola Crober, daughter of John Crober, Kaukauna, to Harvey J. Loret, Appleton, took place June 8 at Waukegan, Ill. They will make their home in Minneapolis,
Minn., where the bridegroom is employed.