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Lee Seiber and
Opal R Potter

Lee Seiber and Opal Potter - Photo from Tina Faye Phillips 23 Aug 2012 Facebook
Lee Seiber b 10/11 Jun 1911 Anderson TN d 25 Jan 1960 Randolph IN; s/o Phillip Seiber and Phoebe Kennedy. Lee Seiber m. 24 Sept. 1932 to (1) Opal Ruth Potter b 6 Apr 1913 Shelby Gap, Pike Co KY d 25 Feb 2006 Huntington IN in a car wreck; buried Fountain Park Cemetery, Winchester, Randolph Co IN; d/o Enoch Potter and Josephine Bentley. Children of Lee Seiber and Opal R Potter;

1. Norma Lee Seiber b 24 Jun 1933 Perry Co KY d 19 Oct 2001; buried Fountain Park Cemetery, Winchester, Randolph Co IN; m. Oakley Adams b 24 May 1923 d 15 Jun 1951.

2. Gene Franklin Seiber b 31 Mar 1935 Letcher Co KY d 11 May 2007 Anderson Co IN; buried 14 May 2007; buried Fountain Park Cemetery, Winchester, Randolph Co IN; m. about 1956 Winchester, IN to (1) Sylvia Beck. Gene F Seiber m. (2) to Betty Jane Jackson.

3. Ollie Faye Seiber b 5 Sept 1937 Jackhorn, Letcher Co KY; m. 12 Feb 1957 to Norman "Bud" Glass b 26 Mar 1933 Lincoln Co KY.

4. Douglas Seiber b 26 Mar 1940; m. 27 Dec 1961 to Helen Letty Fulton b 6 Dec 1942 d 4 Dec 1984; d/o Orville Fulton and Wilmetta Gibson.

5. Mary Helen Seiber b 16 Oct 1942 Letcher Co KY; m. Jack Phillips. Child of Jack Phillips and Mary H Seiber; i. Tina Faye Phillips

6. Kenneth Seiber 20 Jun 1945 Letcher Co KY

7. Alice Jennette Seiber 28 Sep 1948 Blackey, KY d 30 May 2012; buried Fountain Park Cemetery, Winchester, Randolph Co IN; m. John Brausa

8. James Gary Sieber b 26 Oct 1951 Lincoln Co KY d 10 Jul 2000; buried Fountain Park Cemetery, Winchester, Randolph Co IN

9. Franklin Seiber

10. Harvey Seiber

11. Royce Seiber b Aug 1957 Winchester, Randolph Co IN


Opal R Potter
and Orville Fulton

Opal R Potter b 6 Apr 1913 Shelby Gap, Pike Co KY d 25 Feb 2006 Huntington IN in a car wreck; buried Fountain Park Cemetery, Winchester, Randolph Co IN; d/o Enoch Potter and Josephine Bentley. Opal R Potter m. 1973 to Orville Fulton b 30 Nov 1904 d 1985 IN.


Opal R Potter
and Harry C Dill

Opal R Potter b 6 Apr 1913 Shelby Gap, Pike Co KY d 25 Feb 2006 Huntington IN in a car wreck; buried Fountain Park Cemetery, Winchester, Randolph Co IN; d/o Enoch Potter and Josephine Bentley. Opal R Potter m. 1990 to Harry C Dill b 11 Jul 1920 d 25 Feb 2006 in a car wreck, Adams, IN; s/o Henry Monroe Dill and Faye Nancy Crull.


Harry C Dill and
Ethel L Wisener

Harry C Dill b 11 Jul 1920 d 25 Feb 2006 in a car wreck, Adams, IN; s/o Henry Monroe Dill and Faye Nancy Crull. Harry C Dill m. 6 Dec 1958 Winchester IN to Ethel L Wisener b 25 Jul 1920 d 2 Aug 1987 age 67; buried Star of Hope Cemetery, Huntington, Huntington Co IN; d/o Earl Creola Wisener and Lettie Irene Fulton.


Kentucky birth records:
Douglas Seiber 26 Mar 1940 Opal Potter Letcher
Mary H Seiber 16 Oct 1942 Opal Patton Letcher
Kenneth Seiber 20 Jun 1945 Opal Potter Letcher
Alice Seiber 28 Sep 1948 Opal Paller (Potter) Letcher


Obituary of Opal Potter Sieber Dill
6 Apr 1913 - 25 Feb 2006

Opal R. Sieber-Dill - News Banner - (Mar/1/2006). Opal R. Sieber-Dill, 92, of Rock Creek Twp., Huntington County, died at Adams Memorial Hospital Saturday, Feb. 25, 2006 from injuries suffered in a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Ind. 116 and Ind. 218 in Adams County. Born April 6, 1913 in Shelby Gap, Ky., to Enoch and Josephine Bentley Potter, her first marriage was to Lee Seiber, who preceded her in death in 1960. She then married Orville Fulton in 1973 and he preceded her in death in 1985. She married Harry C. Dill in 1990. He died from injuries suffered in the same car accident.

A 20-year employee of Anchor-Hocking Glass in Winchester, she was a member of the Heritage Church of Christ in Huntington. She is survived by four sons, Gene Seiber of Anderson, Douglas Seiber of New Paris, Ohio, Kenneth Seiber of Winchester, and Royce Seiber of Camby; three daughters, Mrs. Norman (Ollie) Glass of Union City, Mrs. Jack (Mary) Phillips of Lynn, and Mrs. Jon (Alice) Brausa of Brownsville; a sister, Cloie Boyd of Shelby Gap, Ky., 33 grandchildren, five step-grandchildren, more than 60 great-grandchildren and several great-great grandchildren. Preceding her in death were a son, James Gary Sieber in 2000, a daughter, Norma Lee Adams in 2002; five sisters, Ollie Sanders, Cora Childers, Celesta Potter, Eura Moore and Pearl Potter; and six brothers, Roosevelt, Everett, John Vent, Sylvan, Cameron P. and Grady Potter. Services at 11 a.m. Thursday will be under the direction of Elders Jerry Bailey and Royce Evans and evangelist Jerry Sills, at Myers Funeral Home, Huntington Chapel.

Additional services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Winchester Church of Christ with minister Tim Hall officiating. Burial will follow at Fountain Park Cemetery in Winchester. There are two sets of calling hours. The first will be held at Myers Funeral Home Huntington Chapel Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. The second will be at the Winchester Church of Christ Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. Memorials may be made to the Winchester Church of Christ or the Heritage Church of Christ.


Obituary 2 of Opal R. Potter Seiber Fulton Dill
6 Apr 1913 - 25 Feb 2006 aged 92

Opal passed away at the Adams Memorial Hospital in Decatur from injuries sustained in an automobile accident at the intersection of SR 218 and SR 116 in Adams County, Indiana. Mrs. Dill was a homemaker who enjoyed gardening, canning and creating quilts. She worked for 20 years at Anchor Hocking Glass Company in Winchester, retiring in 1973. She was a member of the Heritage Church of Christ in Huntington. She was born in Shelby Gap, Kentucky a daughter of Enoch and Josephine (Bentley) Potter. She was united in marriage to Lee Seiber in 1932. He preceded her in death in 1960. She then married Orville Fulton in 1973. He preceded her in death in 1985. She then married Harry C. Dill in 1990. Mr. Dill also died as a result of same accident on February 25, 2006. Survivors include: four (4) sons, Mr. Gene (Betty) Seiber of Anderson, IN, Mr. Douglas (Margie) Seiber of New Paris, OH, Mr. Kenneth (Cheryl) Seiber of Winchester, IN, and Mr. Royce (Lori) Seiber of Camby, IN; three (3) daughters, Mrs. Norman (Ollie) Glass of Union City, IN, Mrs. Jack (Mary) Phillips of Lynn, IN and Mrs. Jon (Alice) Brausa of Brownsville, IN; one (1) daughter-in-law Lori Seiber of Ridgeville, IN; one (1) sister, Cloie Boyd of Shelby Gap, KY; thirty-three (33) grandchildren; five (5) step-grandchildren; over sixty (60+) great-grandchildren and several great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by: a son, James Gary Seiber in 2000; a daughter, Norma Lee Adams in 2002; five sisters, Ollie Sanders, Cora Childers, Celesta Potter, Eura Moore and Pearl Potter; and six brothers, Roosevelt V. Potter, Everett Potter, John Vent Potter, Sylvan Potter, Cameron P. Potter, and Grady Potter.


Obituary of Lee Seiber
Jun 1911 - 25 Jan 1960

Lee Seiber, 48 dies at hospital; rites Wednesday. Lee Seiber, 48, 350 Ann Street in Winchester, died Monday night at the Randolph County Hospital. He was a salesman for Rawleigh Products Company. Mr Seiber, who came to Winchester in 1953 from Lincoln County Ky, was a memeber of the Lynn Church of Christ. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Maynard and Walker Mortuary in Winchester in charge of William Hale. Burial will be in Fountain Park cemetery. Survivors include the widow Opal; four daughters, Mrs Oakley Adams, Winchester, Mrs Norman Glass, Cincinnati, Mary and Alice, both at home; five sons, Franklin, Douglas, Harvey, James and Royce, all at home; the mother, Mrs Phoebe Seiber, Winchester; one brother, Harvey Seiber, Louisville, KY, and two sisters, Mrs Manuel Boyd, Neon KY and Mrs William Jones, Jeff, KY.


Obituary of Harry C Dill
11 Jul 1920 - 25 Feb 2006 aged 85

Harry died as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident at the intersection of SR 218 and SR 116 in Adams County, Indiana. Mr. Dill was a life long Rock Creek Township farmer. He was born in Rock Creek Township, Huntington County, Indiana a son of Henry Monroe and Faye Nancy (Crull) Dill. He was a 1938 graduate of West Rock Creek High School. He was a former member of the Majenica United Methodist Church and was a current member of the Heritage Church of Christ. He was a long time member of the Markle Lodge #453 F & AM and current member of Bluffton Lodge #145 F & AM and a member of the Scottish Rite in Fort Wayne. He played as a violinist in the Rex Arlington Orchestra and was a member of the Huntington County Farm Bureau. He was united in marriage to Ethel L. Wisener on December 6, 1958 in Winchester, Indiana. She preceded him in death on August 2, 1987. He then married Opal (Potter) Seiber in 1990. She also died as a result of the accident on February 25, 2006. Survivors include: numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by two brothers, George Dill in 1990 and Maurice Dill in 1999; and an infant sister, Gladys Dill.


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