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01/15/2003 Charlene Robuck
Charlene Wilma Robuck was born on August 20, 1924, in Attica, Iowa the daughter of Ward Robuck and Dessie (Bailey) Robuck.

She graduated from Knoxville High School in 1942. After graduation, Charlene started working at the Knoxville V.A. Hospital.
She was employed by the V.A. for over 37 years as a secretary in administration before her retirement. Charlene always enjoyed helping organize the Christmas parties that the V.A. held for children.

She was an avid reader and liked ceramics and craftwork. She also enjoyed bowling during her working years. Charlene’s greatest pleasure was spending time with her nieces and nephews and attending Robuck family reunions.

She was a member of the First United Methodist Church and the National Association of Retired Federal Employees.

Charlene passed away on Wednesday, January 15, 2003, at her home at the age of 78 years, 4 months, and 26 days. She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, Floyd.

Those left to honor her memory include her brother, Charles Robuck of Pleasantville; 4 nieces: Joann Steger of Grand Haven, Michigan, and Judy Bailey, Nancy Smith, and Scherry Robuck all of Knoxville and 5 nephews: Charles Robuck, Jr. (Sonny) of San Diego, California, Jim Robuck of Seattle, Washington, Tim Robuck of Lexington, Kentucky, Robert Robuck of Michigan and Ward Robuck of Woodbury, Minnesota; 17 great-nieces and nephews; numerous great-great nieces and nephews and many other family members and friends.
Charlene Robuck
SERVICE Bybee & Davis Funeral Home — Knoxville, Iowa Monday, January 20, 2003, at 10:30 a.m. OFFICIATING Rev. Peter J. Peterson MUSICAL SELECTIONS Jim Kidder, organist Katie Davis, soloist: Beyond the Sunset; Amazing Grace; CASKET BEARERS Jason Bailey Michael Bailey Josh Robuck Ward Robuck Brent Smith Kevin Smith HONORARY CASKET BEARERS Charles; Robuck, Jr. Jim Robuck; Robert Robuck; Tim Robuck

INTERMENT Graceland Cemetery — Knoxville, Iowa For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to the Knoxville Rescue Unit or to Hospice of Central Iowa.

The family invites relatives and friends to the First United Methodist Church for lunch following the committal service.