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Robert Bartram

Robert Bartram

August 11, 1930 June 22, 2020

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Obituary for Robert D. Bartram

Robert D. Bartram, 89

EAST LIVERPOOL – Robert D. Bartram, of East Liverpool, passed away Monday, June 22, 2020 at CrossRoads at Beaver Creek. He was 89.

Born in Wellsville, August 11, 1930, he was a son of the late John D. and Hilda Lorene Johnson Bartram. He attended Wellsville Schools, he then worked at the former Crucible Steel Company until retiring in 1982 as a general foreman. He loved antique cars and gardening, especially flowers, and enjoyed getting together with Crucible retirees for breakfast.

He is survived by his wife, Virginia B. Bartram, whom he married August 13, 1949. He also leaves a daughter, Pamela Norman and her husband, James, of Columbiana, as well as a son, Robert M. “Bob” Bartram and his wife, Ann, of Matthews, North Carolina. There are four grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a grandson, Ryan M. Bartram, as well as a sister, Joyce Fulton, and two brothers, Jack and Dick Bartram.

In observance with the state directives regarding COVID-19, Rev. Rick Dawson will conduct a private family service at the Dawson Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Riverview Cemetery.

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    Friday, June 26th, 2020 |
    Riverview Cemetery
    2026 St. Clair Avenue
    East Liverpool, Ohio
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    Friday, June 26th, 2020

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Chuck Karcher

Sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers and thoughts. Good memories of him at Crucible Steel. He was a great guy!
Comment | Posted at 08:34pm via Condolence

Debbie White

Tom & Shirley Mackey & family send our sympathies & prayers. Thinking of your family & the many good memories .
Comment | Posted at 12:41pm via Condolence

Diane Khosravi

My heart is so heavy hearing of Bob’s passing. He was a dear friend of my dad’s growing up, at Crucible Steel and at Crossroads. I got to know him (and his sweet daughter Pam) when I visited my dad at Crossroads and Bob was there daily to visit Virginia. I really enjoyed his fun and witty personality. He will be sorely missed. Heaven is now blessed with a sweet soul.
Comment | Posted at 01:19pm via Condolence
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Love, Debbie, Tracie, Kim, and Bob

We love you Uncle Bob. We have so many memories and will miss you.
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Cheryl Williams Wright

Dear Virginia, Bobby and Pam,
So sorry to read Bob passed. He was a really great man! He was a great friend and neighbor, always willing to help out. I've had many, many talks with your mom and dad and he was always so so proud of you kids and grandkids. He loved your mom so very much!! Your mom and dad lived a very good life and I they will always be a part of my life. Love and prayers to you all in this time of grief.
Comment | Posted at 11:02am via Condolence
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