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Janice Hermanski

Feb 05, 1940 - Nov 25, 2023

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Enid, OK

Funeral services for Janice Hermanski will be 2:00pm, Thursday, November 30, 2023 at First United Methodist Church with Rev. Devon Krause and Rev. Susan Southall officiating. Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home and Crematory. Jan was born February 5, 1940 in Enid to Bill and Irene (Whitsitt) Moore and passed away November 25, 2023. Jan is survived by her children, David Hermanski II and wife Rhonda of Dallas, TX, and Ange...Read More

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Terry Eugene Layton

Jun 06, 1956 - Feb 16, 2024

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Enid, OK

"The life celebration of Terry Eugene Layton will be at Anderson Burris Chapel at 10 am Wednesday, February 21, 2024. Terry was in the loving presence of his family and friends at the time of his passing. Terry will be laid to rest at Memorial Park Cemetery following the service. Terry Eugene Layton was born to Eldon and Lois Layton on June 6, 1956 and died February 16, 2024. He grew up in Enid attending Wilson Elementary, Longfellow Middle School, and graduated from Enid High in 1974. Terry loved his high school buddies as well as his beloved cousins. After high school, Terry married Toni White and from that union two children were born, daughter, Traci Layton-Conrady and son, Travis Layton. Terry enjoyed sports and coached many of Travis and Traci’s soccer, basketball and baseball teams. He enjoyed Nascar and stock car racing. He played golf with his best buddies and helped his daughter hit a hole in one at Rolling Meadows Golf course near Garber. He later married Vickie Stuart on May 17, 1995 and they worked together in the blending of a new family. He played an important role in the lives of April Thompson and Joseph Stuart. He loved Christmas holidays together as well as camping trips at the lake. He loved fishing with his family and friends. He taught both his children as well as all the grandchildren how to fish. Vickie and Terry have celebrated life together for over 30 years. Terry worked for RA White Painting and then later opened his own business where he and long time friend Shane Hulsey worked together and painted many of Enid’s newest homes. Terry was preceded in death by his mother, Lois Elaine Layton, brother Denny Lee and son Joseph Stuart. He is survived by Vickie Layton (spouse), daughters Traci Layton-Conrady and April Thompson and son, Travis Layton; father, Eldon Layton. He leaves behind 5 awesome grandsons, Austin King, Joseph Stuart, Eric Layton, Ethan Conrady and Logan Thompson."

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Linda Sue Lyon

May 26, 1950 - Feb 14, 2024

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Enid, OK

"A Celebration of Life Service for Linda Sue Lyon, age 73 of Enid, will be Saturday, September 14, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. in the Enid Cemetery. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Anderson-Burris Funeral Home and Crematory. Linda was born on May 26, 1950, in Enid, Oklahoma to Robert and Turah Cline Flowers and passed away Wednesday, February 14, 2024 in Enid. She was an LPN and worked passionately as a nurse in Enid for many years. She devoted her life to her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, and to being the best nurse that she could be to her patients. Linda is preceded in death by her parents, Francis and Turah Matussak, nieces Leanne Dye, Jennifer Dye and Andrea Wilson. She leaves behind her three daughters, Jacque Garver, Crystal Knight and Marieta Coulson, seven siblings, Leota Musto and husband Steven, Randy Vrska and wife Jeanette, Rita Gaunt and husband Greg, Mary Wilson, David Matussak, Joseph Matussak and wife Patricia and James Matussak and wife Valerie along with many nieces nephews, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made through the funeral home to help the family with expenses."

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Yovenne Marie Thomas

Sep 21, 1928 - Feb 14, 2024

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Enid, OK

"A celebration of life for Yovenne Marie Thomas, 95, of Garber will be at 2:00 pm on Thursday, February 22, 2024 at Anderson-Burris Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow at a later date at the Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery at Spring Lake, NC. Visitation with the family will be Wednesday, February 21, 2024 from 6-7pm at the funeral home. Yovenne passed away on Wednesday, February 14, 2024 in Enid. Yovenne was born September 21, 1928 in Flint, Michigan to James Henry and Beryl (Crawford) Ostrom. She was raised on the family farm and attended school in Flint, MI. She went on to work at Angelo’s Coney Island Restaurant which led her to meet her soulmate, James Robert Thomas, whom she married March 21, 1953 in Flint, MI, and were happily married for 58 years until his passing. She was a proud and devoted Army wife, which led them to GA where they welcomed their son Floyd; the Army led them to Vicenza, Italy as a family before coming to Fort Sill, OK where they welcomed their daughter’s Annette and Robin, after they completed their family the moved to Fort Bragg, NC. In North Carolina Yovenne was the Cafeteria Manager at Ashley Elementary School in Fayetteville, NC and waiting for her beloved to return home from secret overseas missions, while not even knowing where he was. She spent most of her time looking after her children and helping with their activities: with baseball, coaching softball, volleyball fundraisers, church bazaars, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. Yovenne was also active with the Elks Lodge, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Auxiliary, Arizona Chapter of Special Military Active Retired Travel Club (SMART) which she also held several offices, and she was a lifetime member of the Moose Lodge where she also held several offices. She also enjoyed many hobbies including traveling, quilting, sewing, crafting, and cooking for large groups with SMART. Yovenne was preceded in death by her beloved husband James Robert “Bob” Thomas, her parents, and all 9 of her siblings; her granddaughter Amber Stepha Hastings, and great grandson Byron James O’Rourke. She is survived by her children, son Floyd Thomas (Marlene) of Pine Hurst, NC, daughter Annette Riggins (Richard) of Garber, and daughter Robin Stalnaker (Edward) of Enid, OK. Grandchildren: Theresa Thomas, Gary Lambert (Mindy), Kevin Painter, Mark Painter (Karlene), Thomas (TJ) Painter, Karie Christner, Damien Kono-Riggins, Nathon Kono-Riggins, Micah Kono-Riggins (Paige), Melissa Kono, Michelle Kono, and Kevin Stalnaker. Great Grandchildren: LeeAnn, Gary III, Robert, Kassandra, Brady, Cayde, Brayden, Brooklyn, Callum, Madilyn, Jaxon, Jaylynn Cooper, Cambridge, Malachi, Cadence, Felicity, Zachary, Cayla, Chase, Nala, Mya, Jupiter. Great Great Grandchildren: Daegan, Zayvier, Octavya, Gary IV, Brayleigh. Memorials may be made through the funeral home to Our Daily Bread or Loaves and Fishes."

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Georgia Evern Fuchs

Sep 28, 1933 - Feb 13, 2024

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Enid, OK

"Georgia Evern Fuchs, 90, passed peacefully from this earthly life on February 13, 2024 in Enid, Oklahoma. Georgia was born in Aline, Oklahoma on September 28, 1933 to Everett Louis and Margaret Helen (Morehead) Daily, just 45 years after Grandpa Libby settled the territory in the Land Run of 1889. Everett, as an employee of the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC\u0026amp;GS), provided a remarkable life of travel to Margaret, Georgia and her younger brother Jimmy. Georgia graduated highschool in Flint, Michigan and met her husband James Elmer Fuchs (Jim), at a USC\u0026amp;GS party in Ladysmith, WI in 1952. Jim and Georgia were married on March 5, 1954 in Brenham, Texas and celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary before Jim’s final move to Heaven on January 10, 2014. They had four children: Douglas Bruce Fuchs (Maryann) of Conroe, Texas; Joel Raymond Fuchs; Leanna Carol Sheppard (Larry) of Houston, Texas; and Janet Lynn Roberts (Lee) of Wakita, Oklahoma. Georgia and Jim moved around the nation a remarkable 100 times before retiring to Enid in 1992. She lived at Burgundy Place in Enid since 2019. The last of her generation, Georgia was preceded in death by Jim; her parents; brothers Everett Jr. and Jimmy; son Joel (2020); grandson Preston (1985); and son-in-law Larry Michael Sheppard (2021). Georgia and Jim leave a legacy of grandchildren: Zachary James Fuchs (Tiffany) of Yukon, OK; Daniel James Fox (Helen) of Conroe, TX; Bradley Fox of Houston, TX; Peter Sheppard (Christina) of Baytown, TX; Georgia Elizabeth “Beth” Barnard (Ty) of Nash, OK; Ryan Sheppard (Hannah) of Houston, TX; James Moody (Lauren) of Stillwater, OK. Great-grandchildren include: Wyatt James Fox; Laramie and Wilder Sheppard; Thomas Sheppard; Nolan and Mark Barnard; and Piper Moody. Georgia is survived by her dear in-laws Ed \u0026amp; Vi Fuchs of Bismarck, ND; Ken \u0026amp; Mary Ann Fuchs of Williston, ND; Carole \u0026amp; Paul Wogen of Minneapolis, MN; nieces and nephews. A special thanks to the employees of Burgundy Place for their many kindnesses over the last years of Georgia’s life. Graveside service will be held Monday, Feb 19, 2024, 1 PM, Square Cedar Cemetery, Cleo Springs, OK. Arrangements are by Anderson-Burris Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made through the funeral home to OMRF-Heart Division. Condolences may be made online at www.andersonburris.com."

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Mildred Marie Huey

Sep 17, 1930 - Feb 01, 2024

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Enid, OK

"Mildred Huey 9/17/1930 – 2/1/2024 Midred Marie Huey went to be with her Lord who say, “Whoever liveth and believe in me, shall never die”, John 11:25 Graveside service for Mildred Huey, will be Wednesday, February 7, 2024 at 2:00 pm in Memorial Park Garden Chapel with Kendon Mulanax officiating. Arrangements are by Anderson-Burris Funeral Home and Crematory. Mildred was born in Chester, Oklahoma to LeRoy and Georgia (Mangus) Hughes. They moved to Longdale, Oklahoma when she was 3 and finally to Enid in 1944. During this time, she met Floyed Clifton Huey and they married and had 3 children, Donna, Noland and Glenn. In 1963, they started the Huey Nursery and Landscaping that was their life. They were founding members of the Calvary Assembly of God Church. She is survived by sons Noland and wife, Karen Huey and Glenn and wife, Robbie Huey of Enid; eight grandchildren and five great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Cliff; daughter, Donna (Huey) Ventonis; grandson, Jacob Scott Huey. Memorials may be made through Anderson-Burris to Salvation Army of Enid."

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Karl Wayne Girty

Dec 07, 1964 - Jan 22, 2024

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Enid, OK

"Graveside service for Karl Wayne Girty, age 59 of Enid, is 3:00 p.m. Friday, January 26, 2024, in the Enid Cemetery under the direction of Anderson-Burris Funeral Home. Karl was born December 7, 1964, in Cherokee, Oklahoma to Jerry and Evalyn Chew Girty and passed away Monday, January 22, 2024 in Enid. Memorials may be made to the funeral home to help with expenses."

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Wayne Lee Salisbury

Sep 17, 1938 - Jan 21, 2024

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Enid, OK

"Memorial services celebrating and honoring the life of Wayne Lee Salisbury, 85 of Enid, will be held 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, January 24, 2024, at Central Christian Church in Enid, Oklahoma with Rev. Susan Payne officiating. Visitation with the family will be Tuesday from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Cremation and services are under the direction of Anderson-Burris Funeral Home and Crematory. Wayne passed away at home surrounded by family on January 21, 2024 after a courageous battle with cancer. Wayne was born September 17th, 1938, in Pomona, California to Vernon and Bethal (Jones) Salisbury. He joined a sister, Mary Jane. At age 3, the family moved to Broomfield, Oklahoma, near Camargo. He grew up on the family’s dairy farm. He graduated from Sharon High School in 1956. He attended Northwestern State College in Alva for a year before running a truck stop in Lavern. The family then moved to Mooreland, Oklahoma and he owned and operated a Conoco filling station for several years. In 1965, he built a new station in Mooreland, called Salisbury Oil and Gas. In January 1969 at age 30, he suffered a life threating accident when a truck tire blew up in his face. The doctors said that there was no reason he should have lived, but God had other plans for him. Later, he became part owner of Hayter Tire. The family moved to Guymon where the headquarters were located. There were several stores in Oklahoma and Texas. Wayne learned how to fly and bought a plane so he could fly to each of the stores. In 1983, Wayne moved to Kremlin, Oklahoma where he was General Manager of F.W. Zaloudek’s until his retirement in 2008. Wayne married Anita Thompsom in 1955. To that union two daughters were born, Brenda Lee and Phyllis Ann. In 1972 a son, Michael Jon was born to Joyce and Wayne. When Mike was a young adult, Wayne and son formed a partnership, Salisbury Cattle Company and ran a farm and ranch operation. Later, Wayne married Ann Sanderfur and was step-father to her four children: Pam, Skip, Ken and Terri. In 1995, Wayne married Shirley Kesler and they lived in Kremlin until they moved to the farm south of Enid. There they continued farming and ranching. Wayne lived his life to its fullest. He was a super salesman and won several trips that took him to many foreign countries. He enjoyed going out with friends and family, and enjoyed playing pool and roping. He treated everyone fairly and always kept his word. He was an avid OU fan. Although Wayne will be greatly missed on this earth, his family knows they will see him again in heaven. Wayne was a Christian Godly man and lived his life as a faithful servant to God and those around him. Wayne is survived by his wife, Shirley of the home; daughter Brenda Matzek and husband Ryan of Guymon: son, Michael Salisbury of Kremlin, step-children, Brad Donnell and wife Rene of Edmond, and Geoff Kesler and wife Kristi of Owasso, grandchildren; Heather Adelman, Jeremy Matzek, Carlee Salisbury Newcomb, Jordan Newcomb, Bridgette Farmer, Gracie Donnell, Cooper Donnell, Olivia Kesler, Mason Kesler, and other great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Wayne was preceded in death by his parents, daughter Phyllis Farmer, and many relatives and close friends. Memorials may be made through the funeral home to Central Christian Church in Enid or to Hospice Circle of Love in Enid."

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Barbara Lou Sampson

Nov 11, 1940 - Feb 20, 2024

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Enid, OK

Barbara Sampson, 83 year old Mutual resident passed away Tuesday, February 20, 2024 in Enid. Memorial services will be held at 2:00 pm Friday, March 1, 2024 at the First Baptist Church in Mooreland. Burial will follow in the Mooreland Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the Billings Funeral Home. Barbara Lou (Jackson) Sampson was born to Clyde Raymond "Bud" and Juanita (Lamb) Jackson on November 11, 1940 in Spearman, Texas. Barbara grew up in Spearman and lived there for 28 years. She attended school and graduated from Spearman. She later attended college at NWOSU. Barbara was united into marriage to Hal James Sampson on September 21, 1959 in Gainesville, Texas. The couple then made their first home in Spearman before settling at the farm in Mooreland where she lived out the rest of her days. Barbara worked in the Fruit of the Loom Factory where she sewed the waistbands on, as an officer manager for Budweiser and worked at the Dirty Dog Salon as a dog groomer and secretary. She often enjoyed gardening, playing her computer games and listening to audio books. Fishing, dancing, playing cards or tending to her animals brought her joy. She also loved to brag about her grandson. Barbara was also once the record holder for most drank margaritas in one setting at B.J.'s in Woodward. Barbara is survived by her son Nick James Sampson and special friend Laura Melvin; one daughter Teri L. Sampson; one sister Betty Hogue; grandchildren, Brice James Sampson and wife Amy LaVonn Sampson; and many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Juanita and Bud Jackson, husband Hal Sampson, sister Robbie Jackson Rogers and adopted daughter Caralyn Hahn. Barbara never met a stranger, everyone was a great friend or adopted family.

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Gene R. Gant

Mar 26, 1952 - Feb 20, 2024

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Enid, OK

A Graveside service for Gene R. Gant age 71 of Enid will be 2:00 pm Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at Memorial Park Cemetery with Rev. Kenneth Wade officiating. Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home and Crematory. The family will receive friends Tuesday evening from 6:00-7:00 pm at the funeral home. Gene was born March 26, 1952 in Neosho, MO to Donald and Fern (Seeliger) Gant and passed away February 20, 2024 at St. Mary’s Hospital. He moved to Ada at a young age and attended and graduated from Ada High School in 1970. He attended and graduated from East Central University in 1974 with a degree in History. He married Donna Cotter on November 21, 1981 in Enid at Redeemer Lutheran Church. Gene entered the U.S. Army 1973 and was honorably discharged in 1977. He went to work for Rock Island Railroad, later for Frisco Railroad and retired as a locomotive engineer for BNSF after 33 years on February 10, 2010. He was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church. Gene is survived by his wife Donna of the home, sons, Gene R. Gant, II of Enid and Donald Gant of Council Grove, KS, two brothers. David Gant and Rex Gant and several other family members. He was preceded in death by his parents. Condolences may be made online at www.ladusauevans.com .

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Marjory Grace Goldsberry Scoggin

Oct 15, 1925 - Feb 23, 2024

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Enid, OK

Funeral services for Marjory Grace Goldsberry Scoggin will be 2:00 pm, Tuesday, February 27, 2024 in the Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home Chapel. Reverend Jim Edmison will officiate, with burial following immediately in the Enid Cemetery. Funeral services are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home and Crematory. Marjory was born on October 15,1925, to Frederic and Edna (Goodman) Goldsberry on the family farm during a snowstorm near Lenora, Kansas. She had five brothers and one sister and is the last survivor. When Marjory was six, the family moved from Kansas to Covington, Oklahoma where her dad had a mercantile store. When the depression hit, the family was forced to trade their Covington home and two farms in Kansas for an 80 acre farm near Hayward. Marjory hated giving up the modern conveniences of electricity, running water and indoor plumbing. She attended Hayward School and in1943 graduated Valedictorian of her class. Marjory was tired of being “poor” so she went to work immediately after high school at the Boeing Defense Factory in Wichita, Kansas, as a riveter and drill press operator. She also worked civil service at Enid Army Air Base (Vance), attended Enid Business College and was a member of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority. After several other jobs, Marjory finally settled in Enid as a secretary to a local insurance agency. She went home to the family farm every weekend to take care of her elderly parents. One weekend the roads to Covington, Hayward, and Lucien were too bad to travel so Marjory stayed in Enid, went to the Youngblood Hotel, and met the love of her life on the dance floor. Six weeks later on July 23, 1947, Marjory married Henry “B” Scoggin in the Hayward United Brethren Church. The Reverend Eugene Kay officiated the double ring ceremony. They had two daughters, Linda and Ranae. B worked as the manager for Davidson & Case Lumber Company in different towns in Oklahoma and when the company sold in 1970, they moved from Cordell, Oklahoma, back to Enid. They built their home 53 years ago in The Meadows and Marjory was able to continue to live there until her death. Marjory was extremely strong willed and opinionated - one of her favorite sayings was “right’s right and wrong’s wrong and I’m right and if you don’t believe me just ask me; other “isms” were What’s on tap for today; Am I holding us up , I don’t want to; Can I help?; Can I buy you a refreshment?; What are we looking at for today?; Who are you talking to?; You can take me home at your convenience; and if there wasn’t an out of town trip planned or even an outing to Wal Mart, she would let you know “that doesn’t sound very exciting.” If you said GO, she was the first one in the car! She loved her family, being a homemaker, fixing family dinners, and celebrating birthdays with her famous Chocolate Angel Food Cake with whipped cream icing. Her favorite foods became Braum’s cheeseburger and french fries, ice cream, cake, popcorn shrimp and KFC chicken legs and mashed potatoes. Marjory was so proud of her family, especially her four grandkids - Ty as her artist, Kevin is Senior Sales at CoreLogic, Kyle a cardiologist for Mid America Heart Institute and Katy, finishing her Chief Residency in Internal Medicine at Regions Hospital, St. Paul, MN and continuing with a fellowship in cardiology at University of Colorado/Denver, her daughters-in law Melanie, Grants Manager at Rainbow Fleet, and Brittany, a CRNA for St Lukes Hospital, Kansas City. She was always ready to tell you a story about each one of them. Even though she had no great-grand kids, Marjory also had four grand pupdogs that were always a welcomed distraction when they came to visit - Marzipan and Roux, Roar-EE, and Rocky. Even with her failing eye sight, she could follow their movement around the room, loved petting them, but drew the line at their wet, sloppy kisses! When Marjory married B, she knew nothing about sports. B had been an outstanding athlete in high school so she learned to love football, basketball, baseball, and tennis. Of course, she actually enjoyed watching the people and visiting with other spectators in the stands more than the game being played. You could see Marjory at Ty’s football and basketball games and track meets, Kevin’ basketball games and tennis matches, and Kyle and Katy’s tennis matches both in Enid and in Kansas City. Marjory and B would go to Linda and Ranae’s softball games, get in the car and race across town to watch the girls play tennis. They also sat through some “painful” band and orchestra concerts of Ranae’s but were always there to support their family. Marjory never knew a stranger and was known as “Grandma B’, not to just the grandkids but to their friends as well. Several years ago she was diagnosed with Dementia and these past few years have taken its toll on her, especially these last few months. Three years ago, Linda and Ranae became her full-time care givers. Even though Marjory needed 24-hour care, she was still mobile and “lived” for car trips. Places the girls took her were Denver, Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak, Chicago, Milwaukee, Branson, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Crested Butte, Dallas, many trips to Oklahoma City and Kansas City for extended visits. In Enid, Marjory went to the traveling Price Is Right, The Darcy Lynn Ventriloquist Show, The Beach Boys in 2019 and again just recently The Beach Boys Concert in 2023. As sick as she was, two days before she passed, Marjory told Linda she was ready to go to Kansas City to have some fun!!! But as much as she will be missed, Marjory has finally found peace and certainly has found her way home, reunited with B and the rest of her family and friends. Survivors include her daughters Linda (Stephen) Sommers, Enid, Ranae (Jerry) Lehenbauer, Kansas City, Missouri; grandchildren Ty Sommers (Genevieve Hays) Stillwater, Kevin (Melanie) Sommers, Oklahoma City, Kyle (Brittany) Lehenbauer, Kansas City, Missouri, and Katy Lehenbauer, St. Paul Minnesota, along with many nieces, nephews, and friends. Marjory is preceded in death by her husband B, parents, siblings Merl, Carl, Lloyd, Claire, Robert, Dwaine, and very special nephew “Lil” Ron Herford. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Hospice Circle of Love or the First United Methodist Church of Enid, with Ladusau-Evans serving as custodian of the funds. Condolences can be made, memories shared, and services viewed online at www.ladusauevans.com.

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