Robert E. Steel

North Penn Life - - ACCENT -

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.

Do some­thing kind for some­one to­day in Bob’s mem­ory ... his Ir­ish heart would have liked that.

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.

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