Robert E. Steel
and Northrop Co. at which time the family moved to Glenside. He worked in a management position at Leeds in various manufacturing areas until his retirement in 1984. While at /HHGV, KH RUJDnLzHG WKH fiUH brigade and served as chief for years.
He was a member of the Weldon Fire Company, where he ultimately became captain on the active crew and was a life member. He was a member of the Glenside Kiwanis Club, the Friendship-Williams Lodge No. 400 of the Masons, the Artisans, and the Sandy Run Country Club.
He loved woodworking, gardening, amateur radio, traveling (especially to Ireland) and ultimately he developed an avid interest in computers. He even joined Twitter at the age of 92! In addition to traveling the country, he and Dot spent many happy times in Cape May, N.J.
He is survived by his daughter, Thea Steel Schemm (Richard), of North Wales, and grandchildren Megan Johnson Eichner (Jerry) and Robert Steel Johnson (fiDnFéH, /RUD HRRYHn); Ey his son, Fred Steel (Mildred Decembrino), of Fort Washington, and grandchildren Aimee Steel and Deacon 6WHHO (:KLWnHy); DnG VHYHUDO great-grandchildren.
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A private graveside service and burial will be held at the convenience of the family.
Any donations may be made in his memory to Abington Memorial Hospital Home Care and Hospice Department, Schilling Campus, 2510 Maryland Road, Suite 250, Willow Grove, PA 19090
Auer Cremation Services of Pennsylvania Inc.