Philip B Daubenspeck obituary

Submitted by Patricia Doverspike Lamb

Wednesday May 26 1915
Kittanning paper please copy


A telegram received Tuesday announced the death on Tuesday morning of Philip B. Daubenspeck, a former well know resident of this city, who for the past several years had been superintendent of the Turner Oil company at Coalinga California.

Mr Daubenspeck was age 40 years and was a son of Mr. and Mrs G. F. Daubenspeck of 330 Center avenue, Butler.

No particulars as to the cause of his death were given in the telegram.

Besides his parents, Mr. Daubenspeck is survived by his widow. Mrs Nellie Daubenspeck and four children. Philip Jr. Marie, Earl, and George, all at home.

A brother, the Rev. R. P. Daubenspeck, of Huntingdon, Pa. and two sisters Mrs S. A. Bell of Highland, W. Va. and Miss Marie Daubenspeck, at home, also survive.

Born in Parker township, Butler county, Mr. Daubenspeck was employed in the oil fields of this section for a number of years before going west.

He was formerly a member of St. Paul's Reformed church in this city.

Mr. Daubenspeck was highly esteemed among a large circle of friends and well know in the various oil fields of western Pennsylvania.

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