Mrs. Leah S. Pitsinger, 79, of 10343 Old Trace Road, Camden, wife of Roy A. Pitsinger, died Friday afternoon March 31, 1967 at Mercy hospital in Hamilton, where she had been a patient for seven weeks A native of BellefontaineOhio, she had been a resident of Preble County for the past 57 years. She and her husband celebrated their fifty-eighth wedding anniversary last year. She was a member of the Bellefontaine Lutheran church,the Somers Council No. 213, Daughters of America; the Somers Rebekah Lodge No. 125, and, the American Legion Auxiliary. of Camden. Survivors include her husband; three sons, Earl and Bruce both of Camden, and Robert, of Eaton, seven daughters ' Mrs. HelenSchmidlin, Mrs.Elizabeth Woosley,Mrs. Juanita. Frost and Mrs. Dorothy Otto, all of Camden, Mrs. Irene Whitt, Hamilton Mrs. Norma Jean Gambill, North Miami, Fla., and Mrs. Rose Ann McKinney of Cincinnati;- 22 -grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. for Mrs Pitsinger were held at. 2 p.m. Monday in the R. C. Nein Funeral Home. Rev. James R..ArmstrongandRev. Raymond Thompson officiated. Burial was in Fairmount cemetery. The Daughters of America and RebekahLodge held memorialservices Sunday.