Obituary – Alberta Mae Keyes
Contributed to Genealogy Pit Stop
By Opal Finney
East Liverpool Review
April 29, 1956
CITY WOMAN DIES SUDDENLY
Rites To Be Monday Mrs. David Keyes
Mrs. Alberta Mae Keyes, 43, wife of David V. Keyes, died suddenly Friday at 11:30 pm at her home at 816 Pennsylvania Avenue apparently of a heart attack. Born at Portland, Ohio June 24 1912, she came to East Liverpool from Industry seven months ago. Mrs. Keyes was a member of the Methodist Chruch at Bald Knob near Pomeory.
Besides her husband, she is survived by her father, Homer Eisenhower of Pomeroy; five sons,David R. Keyes, Ray E. Keyes, Jack L. Keyes, James P. Keyes and Joseph Keyes all at home; four daughters, Mrs. Wanda J. Lawson of New Brighton, Miss Betty M. Keyes,Miss Alzene V. Keyes and Miss Evelyn L. Keyes all at home; a brother, Leonard Sillis of East Liverpool and four half-brothers Roy Eisenhower and Clifford Eisenhower of East Liverpool, Bernard Eisenhower of Cambridge, and Lewis Eisenhower of Lawrenceville; a half-sister, Mrs. Helen Jefferies of Pomeroy, and three grandchildren.
Services will be conducted Monday at 3:30 pm at the Martin Funeral Home by the Rev.
Robert Kutzer of the Assembly of God Church of Midland. Burial will be in Calcutta United Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday afternoon and evening.