Robert Lee "Sly" TITTLE

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Robert Tittle in his Marines uniform during World War II. (Photo submitted by Wayne Taylor)
Contributed by rkohler3 on 2/7/13 - Image Year: 1943

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Robert Lee Tittle, son of John Roy Tittle, and Mary Ruth Leonard all of Port Royal and Darline Ida Davis, Tittle. Bob affectionally liked to be called Sly-bones. Both lived in Port Royal all of their married lives, Bob served in WW II in the Marine Corp. and lost an eye in Guadacanal, he also was a member of the I.B.E.W. Electrical Union and a member of Port Royal Lutheran Church where he served as a council member for a number of years. They had two daughters, Jane Tittle Bair, and Teenie Tittle Eaton, both still living. Jane in Port Royal, Teenie in Loysville, they had four grandchildren Robert Bair, Melissa Bair, Heidi Eaton, Julie Eaton Darline helped in the very early days of Port Royal as a midwife, and was a homemaker, she also went to Port Royal Lutheran church. Both were very private stay home folks but always held a lot of pride in Juniata County living and in the little town of Port Royal. Bob especially loved fishing in the Juniata River with his old buddy Bill Kennedy.

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Contributed by teena on 5/24/10 - Image Year: 1942
Robert Lee Tittle and Roger O'Brien Robert was in the Marines and Roger in the Navy. (Not sure where Roger O'Brien was from.) Bob and Roger served during WW II and lost an eye in the battle of Guadacanal.
Contributed by teena on 5/24/10 - Image Year: 1990
Bob and Darline (Davis) Tittle
Contributed by teena on 5/24/10
I added these photos of my parents because I am very very proud of them, and of growing up in such a fine town as Port Royal, it will always hold warm memories for me. Teenie Tittle Eaton

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