Charleen Rae SchwabMay 16,2014
Charleen Rae Schwab
Charleen Rae (Robar) Schwab, 59, of Crosby, Texas, passed away May 10, 2014.
Charleen was born December 14, 1954, in Randolph, Vermont. She was the daughter of Frederick Sr. and Rachel (Derfain) Robar. She graduated from Williamstown High School in 1972.
She enjoyed spending time with her family, traveling, and cheering on her favorite football team, the Houston Texans.
She is survived by her husband, Michael Schwab; her son and daughter-in-law, Cory and Misty Barcomb; daughter, Ashley Schwab; and four grandchildren, Ariana Barcomb, Colton Busch, Madelynn Barcomb and Connor Barcomb. She is also survived by her siblings, Nancy (Ray) Stone, Linda (Tom) White, Tina (Tom) Nisen, Wende (Patrick) Smith Burke, Don Robar and Cyndi Hall; sisters-in-law Debra Robar and Alyce Robar; and many nieces and nephews.
Her father and brothers Frederick Jr. and James Robar precede her in death.
A memorial service will be held for her at a later date in Vermont.
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