Lillian E. Tressler, 84

L illian E. Tressler, age 84, passed away on Dec. 12, 2010, at Indian River Nursing Home.

Lillian was born on June 6, 1921, in New York City, the daughter of Joseph and Judith (Calleja) Zahra. She moved to Granville when her son and his family moved here in 2004. She loved her family dearly.

Lillian was predeceased by a grandson, Bryan Tressler.

Survivors are her husband, Darwin C. Tressler of Granville; a son, Robert Tressler of Hebron; a daughter, Dorothy Hanks and her husband, Gene, of Seattle, Wash.; and a brother, Frank Zahra. She was also survived by her three grandchildren, Robert, Jennifer and Cynthia; and a great- grandchild, Zoey.

A service will be held at a later date in Long Island. Local arrangements were handled by the Robert M. King Funeral Home, 23 Church St., Granville.



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