Death - Westbrook, Otto K., suddenly, Jan. 17, 1968, beloved husband of Rachael Brewer Westbrook; father of Mrs. Rodney (F. Elaine) Waterstrat of Laramie, Kan., Wanita, Mrs. Harry (Grace) Freitas and Theodore E. Westbrook; also survived by 14 grandchildren; brother of the late N. Glen Westbrook.
Funeral service from the Carlton A. Ulrich Funeral Home Inc., 3272 Bailey Ave. Saturday at 2 p.m. Friends are invited.
Mr. Westbrook was a member of Minisink Valley Historical Society, Eagle Lodge, F. & A.M. of Honeoye, NY and Onehda Lodge, I.O.O.F. of Hemlock, NY. Family will be present from 2-4 and 7-10 p.m.
A service was held in Buffalo NY last Saturday for Otto K. Westbrook, formerly of Hemlock, who died suddenly Jan. 17, 1968. Interment was in Union Cemetery, Livonia.
He was a member of Minisink Valley Historical Society, Eagle Lodge, F. & A.M., Honeoye, Onehda Lodge, IOOF of Hemlock NY.
Surviving are his widow, Rachael Brewer Westbrook; three daughters, Mrs. Rodney (Elaine) Waterstraat, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., Wanita Westbrook, Mrs. Harry (Grace) Freitas; one son, Theodore F. Westbrook; 14 grandchildren.
Buffalo NY - Rachael Brewer Westbrook, wife of the late Otto Westbrook and former resident of Hemlock passed away in Buffalo Tuesday, Sept. 6 1977.
Mrs. Westbrook was born in West Pierpont, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Brewer.
She was a graduate of St. Lawrence University and taught school in Hemlock for a few years. Following her marriage she later taught in Buffalo. Her husband owned and operated an electrical store in Hemlock for some time. Mrs. Westbrook was a retired member of the New York State Teachers Association and Kappa Delta Sorority.
She is the mother of Mrs. Rodney (F. Elaine) Waterstrat, Wanita, Mrs. Harry J. (Grace) Freitas and Theodore E. Westbrook; sister of Horace G. Brewer, Mrs. Hazel Vetter, Mrs. Genevieve Curtis and Mrs. Robert (Flora H.) Garner; also survived by 16 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services were held Friday, Sept. 9, at the Carlton A. Ulrich Funeral Home in Buffalo. Graveside services were held at the Union Cemetery in Livonia.