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Robert William Cummins, Sr
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Birth: Sep. 16, 1906
Mount Union
Henry County
Iowa, USA
Death: Nov. 16, 1958
Livingston County
Illinois, USA

The son of Rev. Joyce P. and the late Ellen Upchurch Cummins, Bob married June 24, 1932 in Roberts, Luetta Mae Zahn. They had two children.

Surviving are his wife, his father, son Robert, Jr, and daughter Margaret; also, two sisters: Elizabeth Baker, Davis, CA and Esther Bradley, Monmouth, IL, and four grandchildren.

Cummins held a Masters degree from Cincinnati University in Ohio. He had taught in the classroom in Morris and St. Anne, IL, and later served as band director and principal at Fairbury H. S. He quit teaching to become assoc. hatchery director for Honeggers in Forrest, IL. At the time of his death from cerebral hemorrhage, he was assistant principal at Forrest Strawn Wing High School.

He was a member of Phi Mu Alph Sinafonia fraternity and of the Forrest Methodist church where he participated in choir and men's club. He was a member of Lions club, of Fairbury Community band and of the Teachers' Quartet at Forrest/ Strawn/ Wing. 
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  Luetta Mae Cummins Zahn Moore (1910 - 2007)*
*Calculated relationship
Lyman Township Cemetery
Ford County
Illinois, USA
Maintained by: My Family United
Originally Created by: Rosetta
Record added: Jan 19, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7096003
Robert William Cummins, Sr
Added by: Rosetta
Robert William Cummins, Sr
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 Added: Jul. 22, 2014
Your life was filled with song. Thank you for sharing it.
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 Added: Dec. 17, 2005

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