Lillie Coffman (Robison) Augenstein

Born: Sun., Mar. 23, 1924
Died: Mon., Sep. 18, 2017


Visitation

5:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Thu., Sep. 21, 2017
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, Fri., Sep. 22, 2017
Location: E.G. Kurtz & Son Funeral Home, P.A.


Funeral Service

12:00 PM Fri., Sep. 22, 2017
Location: E.G. Kurtz & Son Funeral Home, P.A.


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On Monday September 18, 2017 Lillie Coffman Augenstein of Jarrettsville, Maryland passed away.  Daughter of the late Tyrenus Robison and the late Della Mae Coffman Robison.  Wife of the late Arthur L. Augenstein; mother of Donita A. Dietz; Darryl Augenstein and wife Rhonda.  Grandmother of Samantha Struve; Sean Dietz, Derek Stiefel; Lauren Rothgeb; Hailey Augenstein; Reiley Augenstein; also survived by 7 Great-Grandchildren.

Visitation will be held Thursday September 21, 2017 from 5-8 PM at the Kurtz Funeral Home, 1114 Baldwin Mill Road Jarrettsville, Maryland  21084.  Also on Friday from 11 AM-12 Noon at the funeral home.  Services will be Friday September 22, 2017 at 12 Noon at the funeral home.  Entombment in Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens 200 East Padonia Road, Timonium, Maryland  21093.

 

In lieu of flowers:

Charitable donations may be made in Lillie's memory to the following organization:

Boumi Temple Transportation Fund
5050 King Ave. Baltimore, Maryland 21237

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Frank and Jill Stollar
   Posted Thu September 21, 2017
We are so sorry to hear about your loss . We loved Aunt Lillie so much and always enjoyed seeing her . The world is a better place because she was here.
Love Frank and Jill Stollar and Linda Howell

Rejeana Wilson
   Posted Sat September 23, 2017
Ihad the privilege of meeting, working, and socializing with Arthur and Lillie and their beautiful Donnie. I must say, she remains the 'Giant' in so many ways. Powerful was an understatement when it came time to grab the reins to turn her business to the 20th century to train new technicians, open new stores locally...then sell it for profit, She worked very hard; she gained my respect and admiration. There was nothing the Opticians Association of MD did without her involvement and guidance that gave private practice some ounce of fight against the large chains that were moving in to claim the business.

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