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The Marin Journal
January 24, 1942
Section A, page 1
Death Comes To Robert J. Teskey Suddenly on Friday
Robert J. Teskey, a resident of San Rafael for 25 years, and employed as an executive in a San Francisco store, died of a heart attack last Friday about 7:30 a.m. while hurrying from his home on Lincoln Avenue to catch a bus to the city.
Mr. Teskey, 51 years of age, collapsed near the corner of Lincoln and Fourth, and was dead when an ambulance arrived.
During his residence here Mr. Teskey had been active in the affairs of Marin Lodge No. 191, F. & A. M. He was also a member of Marin Chapter, 102 R. A. M; San Rafael Chapter No. 215, Order of Eastern Star, and Court San Francisco, I. O. F.
He was a native of Canada …
San Anselmo Herald
Thursday, Jan. 22, 1942
Death Takes Robt. Teskey, S. R. Man
Hurrying to catch his regular morning bus, Robert Teskey, 51, long a resident of San Rafael, suffered a fatal heart attack. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon from the Presbyterian Church in San Rafael. Inurnment followed at the Chapel of the Chimes, in Santa Rosa.
Teskey lived at 1441 Lincoln. He was a prominent member of the Masonic lodge. In addition to his widow, Mrs. Georgia Teskey, he is survived by one son, Lieut. Douglas Teskey, now stationed in San Diego.
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