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From The Beavercreek News Current dated Wednesday 2 Jul 2008.
Audrey E. Burba
      Audrey Elizabeth Burba, 84, of Jamestown,
died Monday, June 23, 2008 at Greene Memorial
Hospital. She was born in Strasburg, Va. on
September 16, 1923, a daughter of Howard B.
and Goldie (Agnor) Entsminger. She worked
several jobs in the early years of her life.
She worked many years at Kaiser's Laundry and
at Wright Field in Osborn. She was a member of
the Jamestown Senior Citizens Center and
Jamestown Friends Church. She was preceded in
death by her parents; brothers, Howard, Jr.,
William, Elmer and Ed; sisters, Thelma,
Marcella, Eleanor and Addie; and two grand-
children. She is survived by four children,
Wilbur (Jan) Entsminger of South Charleston,
Greg (Lisa) Burba of Beavercreek, Arthur (Jo)
Burba of Bowersville and Barbara Hughes of
Paintersville; brother-in-law, Gordon Reed of
Jamestown; sisters-in-law, Linda Entsminger of
Jamestown, Goldie Entsminger of Xenia and Leona
Entsminger of Florida; eight grandchildren; five
great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and
nephews. Services were Saturday, June 28, 2008
at the Powers Funeral Home, Jamestown. Burial
was in Silvercreek Cemetery.
      
From the Xenia Daily Gazette
dated Tuesday 24 Jun 2008.
Audrey Elizabeth Burba
      Audrey Elizabeth Burba, 84 of Jamestown passed away Monday at Greene Memorial Hospital.
      She was born in Strasburg, Virginia September 16, 1923, the daughter of Howard B. and Goldie (Agnor) Entsminger. She worked several jobs in the early years of her life. She worked many years at Kaiser’s Laundry and at Wright Field in Osborn. She gave up the work force to dedicate her life to raising her four children which was her true calling. She gave unselfishly as her family always came first. She had a tremendous hand in raising her grandchildren; they were her true passion in life. Then came the great-grandchildren to cherish and complete the circle. In her “senior” years with children mostly raised she found “fun things” to do when she joined the Jamestown Senior Citizens Center. The outings that she participated in became a focal point in her life where she met many new friends to share stories and such. She also became a member of the Jamestown Friends Church and always looked forward to Sunday morning services.
      She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Howard, Jr., William, Elmer and Ed; sisters, Thelma, Marcella, Eleanor and Addie plus two grandchildren. She is survived by her four children; Wilbur (Jan) Entsminger of South Charleston, Greg (Lisa) Burba of Beavercreek, Arthur (Jo) Burba of Bowersville and Barbara Hughes of Paintersville; brother-in-law, Gordon Reed of Jamestown; sisters-in-law, Linda Entsminger of Jamestown, Goldie Entsminger of Xenia and Leona Entsminger of Florida; 8 grandchildren; 5 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. She also leaves behind many friends and neighbors to mourn, a few of which are; Mary Esther Caraway, Betty Piatt and Cleveland and Shirley Lewis and many friends at the Senior Center and the Friends Church.
      Her passing leaves a huge loss and void in the lives of all who knew her. Services will be held Saturday, June 28, 2008 at 10:30 a.m. at the Powers Funeral Home, Jamestown where friends may call Friday evening from 6 until 8 p.m.
      Burial will be in the Silvercreek Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jamestown Senior Citizens Center.

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