Anna Belle Lee (Warren), 83 Former Buckingham Teacher/Principal, Dies OHIO, Jan. 23 - Anna Belle Lee (Warren), age 83, passed away on January 22, 2007 at Kobacker House Hospice in Columbus, Ohio, with her daughter at her side. Anna Belle was born on November 13, 1923, in Hominy, Oklahoma. After graduation from high school at Whittler Union High in Whittier CA, she joined the U.S. Navy WAVES. After discharge, she attended University of Tulsa and UCLA, then worked in Tokyo, Japan for the US Occupation Forces serving as a reporter for the Stars and Stripes newspaper. She completed her B.S.
Ann S. Pruner, previously of Greenwich, Connecticut passed away on October 26, 2008 in Ponte Vedra Beach Florida. Born in Walters Oklahoma on December 2, 1930 to Curry and Eva Stamper. She attended Oklahoma College for Women (OCW) graduating with a degree in home economics in 1951. She married Harold Pruner of Chickasha, Oklahoma on December 21, 1951. After the marriage she taught at Maysville High School and was awarded the Oklahoma Teacher of the Year in 1954. Her husband, Harold, was a petroleum geologist for Shell Oil.
BOWIE - Altha R. Harper, 97, died Tuesday, July 10, 2007, in Wichita Falls. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 14, 2007, in Elmwood Cemetery, Bowie, under the direction of Heritage Family Funeral Home. Altha was born Dec. 11, 1909, in Cloud Chief, Okla., to Francis and Tennie Northum. She has lived in Oklahoma and Texas all her life. She attended Bowie grade school and graduated from Graham High School.
Funeral for Alma Laverne Dorrell, 64, Apache, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at First Baptist Church with the Rev. Leon Shade officiating. Mrs. Dorrell passed away Monday, Feb. 8, 2010, at her home. Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery under direction of Crews Funeral Home. She was born July 28, 1945, in Mountain Park, to Jackie Lee and Betty Jo Denham Robinson. Alma grew up in Mustang, and holds the Mustang High School record for the highest points scored in a girls basketball game. She was a member of the N a t i o n a l H o n o r s Society.
Funeral for Aline Louie Cole White-Wood, 93, Lawton, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in Becker Funeral Home Memorial Chapel with William F. Watkins and the Rev. Tom Willoughby officiating. Mrs. White-Wood died Tuesday, April 29, 2008, in a Lawton care center. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery, Chickasha. She was born Sept. 29, 1914, in Chickasha to William Franklin and Agatha Nelson Cole. She grew up in the Norge/Pioneer community southwest of Chickasha and attended Oklahoma College for Women in Chickasha. When she was 18 she started teaching in the one-room schoolhouse in Norge.
Alice Marie Able was born October 24, 1927 to Joseph and Sarah Maude (McKinley) Brownrigg in Oklahoma City. She went to be with the Lord June 15, 2007. Alice was a 1946 graduate of Capitol Hill High School and attended Oklahoma Women's College in Chickasha. In 1947, she was united to Harry Hobbs in marriage. After his death during the Korean War, she married Herbert Kenneth Butcher in 1952. After Kenneth's death in 1978, Alice married Charles Able in 1992. Charles passed away in 2000.
Alice Louise (Leonard) Lyne, age 84, passed away Sat., Dec. 5, 2009. She was born Jan. 30, 1925. Louise grew up in Oklahoma City, graduated from Capitol Hill High School in 1942 and attended Oklahoma College for Women, Chickasha. In 1943 she joined the Army Cadet Nurse Corps and received nurse's training at Oklahoma City General Hospital (later Mercy Hospital), graduating in 1946. For many years she took much pleasure from a monthly luncheon with eight of the nurses from her graduating class. Louise practiced nursing at Mercy and Deaconess Hospitals, specializing in newborn infant care.
Adeline Butler Laubach passed away peacefully in her home Monday, March 2, 2009. She was born May 21, 1919 to Mabel and Harry Butler in Taloga, OK. Upon graduation from Oklahoma College for Women, she married Roger Laubach of Okeene, OK in 1941. They had two children, Rodney and Lynn. After 57 years of marriage, she was preceded in death by her husband. She was also preceded in death by her parent, her older sister, Bonnie Bell Buchanan of OKC, two younger sisters, Margaret Kraettli of Lakewood, CO and Ola Jones of Elk City, and grandson, Brett Laubach of OKC.
Doris Mae Gould, 88, of Tulsa, OK and Princeton, NJ, died Monday, January 25th, 2010, at Stonebridge a senior living center in Skillman, NJ. Born in Wynona, Oklahoma in 1921, she lived in Tulsa until 2007, when she moved to New Jersey to be near her family. Mrs. Gould attended Oklahoma College for Women and was working for the war effort when she met and married James Gould, an engineer working on the Douglas Aircraft plant in Tulsa, in 1942. Her husband was a B-17 test pilot during WWII, and survived several crashes.
Memorial service for Robert Errol Dean, 62, Medicine Park, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Medicine Park Music Hall, where his first buffalo sculpture is displayed. Mr. Dean went to be with his Lord on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010. Arrangements are under direction of Comanche Nation Funeral Home. He was born Dec. 29, 1947, in Duncan, to Horace Dean and Ruth Parker Dean. He was born and raised in Waurika and g r a d u a t e d from Duncan High School in 1966. He was in the Fort Sill National Guard for three years. In 1975, he received an honorable discharge.