Obit: Frank, Otto Hugo (1884 - 1956)

Contact: Kent Alexander
Email: skalex@yahoo.com

----Sources: Family News Articles

LEBANON, OREGON - Otto Hugo Frank, 72, 471 6th St., died early Thursday morning at his home following an extended illness.

He was born Dec. 18, 1884, near Dresden, Germany, and came to the United States 61 years ago and to Lebanon 51 years ago. He married Alice Ingram at Sodaville Sept. 23, 1908. The couple moved from RFD 1 into Lebanon two months ago.

Mr. Frank was a retired farmer and a member of the Seventh Day Adventist church.

Services are set for 2 p.m. Monday at the Huston Funeral Home with burial in the Liberty cemetery.

Survivors are his widow; one son, Archie, Lebanon; three brothers in Wisconsin and North Dakota; four sisters in Wisconsin and California, and two grand daughters, Dorothy Snyder of Lebanon and Betty Stansbery of Eugene.

Note: Otto Frank came to the US with his mother and step father, Ernestine Hoffman Frank and Herman Grobe. His brothers were Fred Frank, Ed Grobe, and August Grobe. His sisters were Minnie Grobe Garbisch, Lena Grobe Bealer, Bertha Grobe Meissner, and Mary Grobe Dow.

His wife, Alice H. Frank was born Oct. 1, 1889 in Sodaville, OR and died Apr. 21, 1973, Albany, OR. Burial was in Liberty Cemetery, Sweet Home, OR.

 

 


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