Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Charles E "Chuck" & Alyce E. Robeson

Their first cottage was at W. Shore Dr.

They remodeled the cottage and enlarged it. Chuck had the stone used on the outside and in the house was shipped from several places throughout the United States in large crates. Lee Baldwin was the designer and overseer of the project. Each floor has its own fireplace with opening from all four sides on several of the floors and all the stone work and sea wall was done by David Burns.

Alyce - loved Schuffleboard and had her own in the bottom floor and often challenged - whom ever to a gave - David was one of the many who got challenged to a game by Alyce.

Their last residence was at 411 E. Washington - Harbour Point Condominium harbour_point_condo/411_e_washington.htm #3 1993-7 Sep 2005.

They had Chuck & robeson & Associates which was located at 106 Main land last located at 634 Lake Shore Dr l

During the early 2000's he hosted a community "Thanksgiving Dinner" for a couple of years at the Culver Depot.

Alyce E Robeson
BIRTH 7 Apr 1921
DEATH 27 Jan 2005 Culver, Marshall county Indiana
BURIAL Arlington National Cemetery Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, PLOT Columbarium 6 QQ-20-2

Charles E Robeson
BIRTH 10 Aug 1926
DEATH 13 Sep 2015
BURIAL June 20, 2016 Arlington National Cemetery Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia PLOT Columbarium 6 QQ-20-2
Seaman 1st Class U.S. Navy

They had:
Tania A. Robeson Tania A. Robeson65, of Carmel, passed away Tuesday, March 25, 2014. Tania was born January 8, 1949 in Kokomo. She graduated from Kokomo High School in 1967, Indiana State University in 1970 and received her Master's degree in 1971 from Indiana State University.

Tania dedicated her life to education, inspiring students for four decades with her passion for learning and love for each of them. Most recently, Tania was a special education teacher in the Kokomo School system from 1985 to 2013 where she encouraged students to achieve their greatest potential and made a lasting impact on many lives.

Tania's love of life and her warm and welcoming soul is her legacy. She is survived by her children, Matthew J. (wife, Kristi M.) Slane and Amy A. (husband, Jeffrey L.) Miller; grandchildren, Mia E., Parker B. and Katelyn M. Slane, Margaret A. and Charles R. Miller; father, Charles E. Robeson; and countless life-long friends who will miss her dearly. She was preceded in death by her mother, Alyce E. Robeson and brother, Lance E. Middlekauff.

A memorial service will be held at Noon on Saturday, March 29 in St. Luke's United Methodist Church, 100 W. 86th Street Indianapolis, IN 46260, of which she was a member. Friends and family are invited to gather from 10:00 a.m. until the time of the service.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements entrusted to Flanner and Buchanan - Carmel . - - Published in the The Indianapolis Star on Mar. 28, 2014

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