Robert L House
Apr 7, 1948 - Mar 17, 1973
Submitted by Jo Aguirre
Thursday Mar 22, 1973 Page 7 (Rewritten by Jeff Smith)
Robert L House, 24, who was born at Dover & grew to manhood there, was dead onn arrival at a Weatherford hospital early last Saturday, after his car skidded into a Frisco freight train at a Weatherford crossing.
Services were Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Bookier T Washington
School, 5 miles east of Dover, with Rev J Edmondson officiating.
Burial was in the Burns-Evans Cemetery at Dover.
He served 2 tours of duty with the US Army in Vietnam & worked at Vance Air Force Base, Enid, before enrolling at Southwestern State College, where he was a freshman.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs Leona Mitchell House of Enid, his parents, Mr. & Mrs Taft House of Dover; 4 sisters, Mrs Charlene Norwood & Mrs Dilcie Best, both of Enid, Mrs Rubenia Mitchell, of Wichita, KS & Miss Uvyonne House of Dover; 4 brothers, Taft House Jr, of OK City, Edwin House, of Vandenberg AFB, CA; Everett House of Oxon Hill, Maryland & Richard House of Aurora, IL and his grandmother, Mrs. Daisy Scott of Dover.
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