William B. Saxbe


News Death NoticeSAXBE, William B. 94 years, of Mechanicsburg, passed away, Tuesday, August 24, 2010 in his home. He was born June 24, 1916 in Mechanicsburg the son of Bart Rockwell and Faye Henry (Carey) Saxbe. Bill Saxbe was a 1934 graduate of Mechanicsburg High School. He continued his...

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In mid 1971 I flew William Saxbe, his son and John Vann around IV Corp of Vietnam. Returning them to the roof of US Embassy in Saigon. Very respectful and considerate.

Hi Dolly, Jerry (my husband) and I send our condolences to you and your family. Mother (Helen Bush who passed January 2011) and I thought of the Saxby's often. I often remember our trip as a family to your home in Mechanicsburg with mother and daddy (Carey Bush) and sister Joanne when I was a teen. Julie had a one eyed pony and a thoroughbred horse. We lost our contact with the Saxby's after Chris McClelland passed. Chris and my dad (Carey Bush) were brother and sister.
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Dear Dolly, My condolonces to you, my daughter found this online today. I am Lillian Styer's daughter ne Knitz. Melvin & Lillian Knitz's daughter. My Mom Lillian knew you as a young girl at the orphanage. I will never forget the trip to Washington and lunch at the Senate dining room with you and Bill and my Mom and Dad.

My Mother, Mary Snedaker, sang at Mr. And Mrs. Saxbe's wedding and always spoke very fondly of them. It was one of her fondest memories and proudest moments

The Saxbes are much on my mind this Christmas season.

We will always cherish the memory of the wonderful day we spent in Mechanicsburg hearing Bill share memoribilia and stories about his wonderful life. Dolly, looking elegant as always, laughed and graciously welcomed us as well. He was one of a kind and we grieve with you. Love, Judy Engelman and Harry Rubinoff

i was alittle boy and was in a wonderful foster home in the burg the tulls i remember mr saxbe a very nice man god bless you and your family sincerely steven d call

thank you mr saxbe for your years of service and contribution to ohio ,xoxoxo,and your charity work.for you made a difference ..../289/

Thinking of you at this very difficult time. Joyce & Chuck Shenk