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2401. “Obituaries,” Harley Edwin Rice, The Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, 152, 20, Takoma Park, Washington, DC, USA, May 15, 1975, 23, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/RH/RH19750515-V152-20__B.pdf.
Rice, Harley Edwin--b. Oct. 23, 1903, Hygiene, Colo.; d. Feb. 16, 1975, Denver, Colo. He graduated from Pacific Union College in 1923, and in 1924 married Hilda Mae Harden. He began denominational employment at Paradise Valley Sanitarium, and it was through his refunding of a slight overpayment to a patient that the Porter Memorial Hospital was given to the denomination. From 1931 to 1941 he was patients’ business manager of Washington Sanitarium and Hospital, Takoma Park, Maryland. From 1941 to 1949 he was administrator of New England Sanitarium and Hospital, and from 1949 to 1958 he was administrator of Porter Memorial Hospital, Denver, Colorado, and also of Boulder Sanitarium and Hospital. In 1958 he was appointed associate secretary of the General Conference Health Department, where he served the world field until 1970. In 1950 he received ordination as a minister, and in 1969 Pacific Union College honored him with a Doctor of Letters degree. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Helen Tyler and Margaret Small; and six grandchildren.
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2402. Lois Anabel Larson, “Oregon, Death Index, 1903-1998,” October 16, 1993, Portland, Multnomah County, OR, 93-21595, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VZWR-488.
2403. “Obituaries,” Chester Lee Webb, Pacific Union Recorder, 71, 11, Angwin, Napa County, CA, September 20, 1971, 7, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/PUR/PUR19710920-V71-11__C.pdf.
Webb--Chester Lee Webb was born in Tennessee on July 30, 1900, and died in Chowchilla, CA, on August 1, 1971. He is survived by his wife, Mabel; 3 sons, Jack, Lynn, and Fred, a missionary in Liberia, West Africa; and a daughter, Mrs. Verda Lyon.
File: ChesterLeeWebb_Obit
2404. “Obituaries,” Mary May McMillen, North Pacific Union Gleaner, 58, 38, College Place, WA, September 30, 1963, 11, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/NPG/NPG19630930-V58-38__C.pdf.
McMillen--Mary May McMillen was born Febr. 22, 1886, in Stanberry, Mo., and passed away Sept. 1, 1963, at the Deaconess Hospital in Billings, Mont. She married William Jonathan McMillen on Febr. 22, 1904, at Red Lodge, Mont. Mrs. McMillen joined the Seventh-day Adventist Church at an early age and remained a faithful member down through the years. She was laid to rest at Rockvale, Mont., where she awaits the call of the Lifegiver. Survivors include eight children: George L. and Dunham V. of Conrad, Edna Frances Wilhelm of Pryor, William John of Park City, Ira D., Leanord A. and Edith Pearl Bush, all of Billings, and Mary Hibscher of Richland, Wash.; three brothers, four sisters, 42 grandchildren and 42 great-grandchildren.
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2405. “Farewell,” Irene McMillen, Outlook Magazine, 34, 3/4, Lincoln, NE, March/April 2013, 26, http://issuu.com/outlookmag/docs/march-april-2013/27?e=0.
McMillen, Irene, b. May 29, 1936. d. June 10, 2012. Member of Denver South Church. Preceded in death by husband David. Survived by daughters Jane Herbel, Debra Wasmer, Mary Ellsworth and Beverly Bidwell; son James; 11 grandchildren.
File: IreneMcMillen_Obit
2406. “Deaths,” Maxine Larson Center, Southern Tidings, 94, 1, Decatur, GA, January 2000, 27, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/SUW/SUW20000101-V94-01__B.pdf.
CENTER, Maxine Larson, 60, born Nov. 17, 1938, in Chowchilla, Calif., died Oct. 5, 1999. She was a member of the Belvedere church in Decatur, Ga. She served in ministry with her husband in the Gulf States Conference, Georgia-Cumberland Conference, and in the Southern Union Conference office. She is survived by her husband, Richard Center; one daughter, Pamela Center, both of Stone Mountain, Ga.; one son and daughter-in-law, Douglas and Julie Center; two grandchildren: Lexie and Parker Center, all of Zephyrhills, Fla.; two sisters: Gail Walker of Brownsville, Calif., and Phyllis Asgeirsson of San Diego, Calif.; two brothers: Don Larson of Portland, Ore., and Rollo Larson of Chowchilla, Calif.
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2407. “Obituaries,” Orley Ford, The Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, 150, 4, Takoma Park, Washington, DC, USA, January 25, 1973, 27, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/RH/RH19730125-V150-04__B.pdf.
FORD, Orley--b. Dec. 27, 1893, Pullman, Wash.; d. Nov. 19, 1972, El Salvador, Central America. In 1917 he married Lillian Shafers. For the next four years they labored in Peru, and in 1921 they transferred to Ecuador, where they worked until 1930. That year he was elected president of the Guatemala Mission. From 1942 to 1945 he was president of Costa Rica Mission. From 1945 to 1958 he was president of the El Salvador Mission. After his retirement he continued serving in El Salvador. Survivors include his wife; son, Robert Eldin; and daughter, Sylvia Larson.
File: OrleyFord_Obit
2408. “Obituaries,” Theodore Willis Ford, The Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, 97, 8, Takoma Park, Washington, DC, USA, February 19, 1920, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/RH/RH19200219-V97-08__B.pdf.
Ford.--Theodore Willis, infant son of Brother and Sister Orley Ford, died at the Pomata Indian Mission, Peru, South America, Dec. 17, 1919, aged eight months. The parents sorrow in hope.
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2409. “The Journey’s End,” Donald Dean Ford, Inter-American Division Messenger, 21, 2, Cristobal, Canal Zone, Panama, Central America, February 1944, 11, N. H. Kinzer, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/IAM/IAM19440201-V21-02__B.pdf.
File: DonaldDeanFord_Obit
2410. “Obituaries,” Dr. Eugene E. Gloor, Pacific Union Recorder, 48, 47, Angwin, Napa County, CA, June 27, 1949, 12, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/PUR/PUR19490627-V48-47__B.pdf.
Gloor--Dr. Eugene E. Gloor was born in Philadelphia Jan. 24, 1897. In his early youth he became a Seventh-day Adventist and remained a faithful member to his death. During his student days he spent the summers in colporteur work. Brother Gloor completed the medical courses with the College of Medical Evangelists’ class of 1923. With his wife, Mrs. Elsie Lord Gloor, he entered self-supporting missionary work in Esperanzo, Mexico. Their mission hospital was the only one in a radius of 150 miles. Health reasons compelled their return to the States. he has been a leader in the church in the Watsonville area for the past 15 years. He entered into rest March 20, 1949. He leaves his wife, 2 daughters, Grace and Constance, a son Kenneth, a sister and a brother.
File: EugeneGloor_Obit
2411. “Farewell,” Nadine Webb, Outlook Magazine, 34, 1, Lincoln, NE, January 2013, 26, http://issuu.com/outlookmag/docs/january-2013/27?e=0.
Webb, Nadine, b. Sept. 8, 1937 in Muleshoe, TX. d. Dec. 3, 2011. Member of the Kimberling City (MO) Church. Preceded in death by 9 siblings. Survivors include husband Lynn; daughter Lorna Greenlee; sons Robert and Ken; 6 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild.
File: NadineWebb_Obit
2412. Leslie Nadine Thorton, “Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997,” September 8, 1937, Bailey County, TX, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VDDV-VYM.
2413. “Nadine Webb,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/81714750, 81714750.
2414. “Nadine Webb,” http://whelchelfuneral.com/Nadine_Webb.html.
Nadine Webb


Nadine Webb, 74, of Reeds Spring, passed away at her home, Saturday, December 3, 2011.  She was born September 8, 1937 in Muleshoe, Texas, the daughter of Paul Franklin and Eva Lena Hogue Thornton.  Nadine spent her growing up years inTexico, New Mexico.  Right out of High School she moved to California to care for a sister.  In the process of time, she met her future husband, Lynn Webb.  Nadine Thornton and Lynn Oscar Webb were married June 21, 1956 at Chowchilla,California.  Three children were born to this union.  Lynn and Nadine have resided in Reeds Spring for the last 33 years.  Nadine was a Red Cross volunteer at SkaggsRegional Medical Center for eight years, a member of Seventh Day Adventist Church,Kimberling City for 33 years, where she always cared for the children in Sabbath school, and she was employed as a bookkeeper for many years.
 
Nine brothers and sisters preceded her in death.
 
Survived by her husband, Lynn Webb of the home; three children, Robert (Shelley) Webb, Covington, TX, Lorna (Don) Greenlee, The Colony, TX and Ken (Kandy) Webb, Ottawa, KS; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild;  one brother, Roy Thornton, Clovis, NM.
 
Funeral services were held Tuesday, December 6, at Forsyth Whelchel Funeral Chapel.  Burial followed at Snapp Cemetery, Forsyth.
 
Memorials may be made to Seventh Day Adventist Church, 3 James River Rd.,Kimberling City 65686. Attn. One Day Church
2415. “Obituaries,” Adam Eberhardt, Pacific Union Recorder, Angwin, Napa County, CA, 13, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/PUR/PUR19530406-V52-36__B.pdf.
EBERHARDT--Adam Eberhardt was born at Odessa, Russia, Nov. 8, 1868; and died in Palo Alto Jan. 17, 1953. More than 60 years ago he became a Seventh-day Adventist and was faithful to the end. He is survived by his wife, Rose; 6 sons, Jacob, William, Edward, James, Jullian, and Hemuth; 3 daughters, Emelia Gould, Juanita Ragsdale, and Florence Slater; 28 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.
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2416. “Obituaries,” William Edgar Eberhardt, The Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, 147, 36, Takoma Park, Washington, DC, USA, August 6, 1970, 26, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/RH/RH19700806-V147-36__B.pdf.
EBERHARDT, William Edgar--B. March 3, 1899, Manfred, N. Dak.; d. June 15, 1970, Glendale, Calif. He served as a missionary to China for ten years, and at the Glendale Adventist Hospital for 28 years. Survivors are his wife, Stella; sons, Elmer and Glenn; daughter, Evelyn Dick; brothers, Jake, Ed, Jim, Julius, and Helmuth; and sisters, Emelia Gould, Juanita Ragsdale, and Florence Slater.
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2417. “Obituaries,” Judson Power Habenicht, Lake Union Herald, 17, 15, Berrien Springs, MI, April 15, 1925, 14, W. R. French, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/LUH/LUH19250415-V17-15__B.pdf.
Habenicht.—Mr. Judson Power Habenicht was born at Sumner Iowa, Aug. 15, 1892; and died at Berrien Springs, Mich., March 9, 1924. He became a Christian in early life and was baptized when only eight years old. He went to South America with his parents when nine years old, where they started the medical work. He came back to the United States for a short time, then returned to South America where he finished his academic work in our school there in 1913. He and his wife were two of the first three graduates from the academy in South America. In 1914 he was married to Federica E. Hofen, and to this union were born five children, all living. His plan was to finish his school work at Emmanuel Missionary College, and then return to South America to establish a school in some new place. He was ready and prepared to lay down his work and rest in the grave until his Master calls him at His glorious appearing. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, three sons, father, mother, one sister, and two brothers.
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2418. “Obituaries,” Dr. Robert H. Habenicht, The Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, 102, 46, Takoma Park, Washington, DC, USA, November 12, 1925, 22, N. P. Nellsen, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/RH/RH19251112-V102-46__B.pdf.
DR. ROBERT H. HABENICHT

Robert H. Habenicht was born in Iowa, July 16, 1866. At the age of sixteen he gave his heart to the Lord, and united with the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Early in life he attended the Battle Creek College to acquire an education and training for the work of the gospel ministry. He entered the ministry in 1888. In 1892 he was united in marriage to Miss Della Allen, to which union were born three sons and three daughters, three of whom have passed away. The eldest son died March 9, 1925.

After their marriage Brother Habenicht entered school again, taking the medical course, and prepared himself for the work of a physician. In 1901 he went as a missionary to Argentina, South America. In 1909 he founded the River Plate Sanitarium at Puiggari, Entre Rios, Argentina. He labored untiringly for the upbuilding of the medical work, and the Lord added His blessings to the efforts put forth.

His health failing, he returned to the United States in 1922, but still continued in medical and ministerial work as his health would permit. After the decease of his eldest son, he, together with one of his two remaining sons, went to Sao Paulo. Brazil, where his daughter lives, arriving August 10. His wife and the other son planned to join him a little later. Still being feeble in health, he wished to retire from active labor, but with a desire to carry on his ministry of love as strength would permit, and to give his sons a preparation for the work of God. But after arriving in Sao Paulo he grew weaker and weaker, and finally fell asleep in the blessed hope September 21, before his wife and son could reach his side.

He is survived by his widow, two sons, and one' daughter. Funeral services were conducted by the writer, assisted by Elders A. E. Hagen, J. Berger Johnson, and E. V. Moore. Thus closes the active life and valued labors of another of the Lord's dear saints. He was a tireless worker in the message; but he rests, awaiting the call of the Life-giver.
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2419. “Obituaries,” Mercedes D. (Habenicht) Dyer, Lake Union Herald, 104, 2, Berrien Springs, MI, January 21, 2012, 33, http://www.lakeunionherald.org/104/2/43007.html, http://luc.adventist.org/Herald%20Site%20PDFs/Vol104-02.pdf.
DYER, Mercedes D. (Habenicht), age 94; born July 8, 1917, in Argentina; died Sept. 30, 2011, in St. Joseph, Mich. She was a member of the Pioneer Memorial Church, Berrien Springs, Mich.

Survivors include her stepsons, Bill and Dennis Dyer; and 12 step-grandchildren.
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2420. “Michigan, Death Certificates, 1921-1952,” Judson Power Habenicht, March 9, 1925, Oronoko, Berrien County, MI, https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KF4B-8RS.
2421. “Obituaries,” Ida Adella Allen Habenicht, The Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, 110, 20, Takoma Park, Washington, DC, USA, May 18, 1933, 21, http://docs.adventistarchives.org/docs/RH/RH19330518-V110-20__B.pdf.
Habenicht.—Ida Adella Allen Habenicht, the daughter of Benjamine James Allen, and his wife, Irene Maydale Allen, was born Aug. 27, 1865, near Sumner, Iowa, where she spent her early life. Entering the Gazette office at Sumner, she remained several years studying printing, which practical knowledge became very useful to her in after life. Later she became a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church at the age of seventeen. Afterward, going to Battle Creek, Mich., she was employed in the Review and Herald office, and subsequently took the nurses' course in the sanitarium there.

At the age of twenty-seven she was married to Robert H. Habenicht. To this union six children were born, three of whom preceded their mother in death.
Mr. and Mrs. Habenicht entered evangelistic work for a while; then, feeling the need of a better preparation for a broader field of service, both of them enrolled as students in Union College, College View, Nebr., later in the Medical University at Iowa City, Iowa, They also engaged in training work at the Battle Creek College. Their first medical duties were at Clinton, Iowa; then they founded the Iowa Sanitarium. It was while in charge of a private institution at Colfax, Iowa, that they accepted a call as medical missionaries to Argentina, South America.  There they spent twenty-two years in faithful service to suffering humanity, and there they founded the Sanatorio Adventista del Plata, which today is an efficient medical institution. Their work was hard. Many times Mrs. Habenicht had her home full of patients to feed and care for, before the sanitarium was built.

It was during these busy times that Mrs. Habenicht began the printing of our first periodical in Argentina. She worked the press in a small shed, and trained others to assist in this work. This seemingly small enterprise was the beginning of our publishing work in South America.  At the present time it is known as La Casa Editora, Florida, Buenes Aires.

She returned with her husband to the United States in 1923, and since his death has resided at Berrien Springs, Mich. She passed away March 25. Her son, Herald Habenicht, accompanied the body of his mother to Sumner, Iowa, where she was laid to rest beside her baby, Roberta, on March 27, 1933.
Of her immediate family and near relatives left to mourn are one daughter, Mrs. Cleo Brouchy, of Argentina, South America; two sons, Robert H. Habenicht of Ionia, Mich., and Herald A. Habenicht; and Mrs. Judson P. Habenicht of Berrien Springs, Mich.; one brother, Ambrose Allen of Iowa, and one sister, Miss Elizabeth Allen of Berrien Springs; besides ten grandchildren.
2422. “Judson Power Habenicht,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/128645040, 128645040.
2423. “Mercedes Habenicht Dyer,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/77507661, 77507661.
2424. “Fred Dyer,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/71135247, 71135247.
2425. “Federica E Habenicht,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/67040388, 67040388.
2426. “Hilda Adella Habenicht,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/128644953, 128644953.
2427. “Judson Paul Habenicht,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/67102341, 67102341.
2428. “Linda Joy Habenicht,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/128645265, 128645265.
2429. “Charlene Anne Habenicht Kuebler,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/63099525, 63099525.
2430. “Obituaries,” Mercedes Habenicht Dyer, The Herald Palladium, St. Joseph and Benton Harbor, MI, October 2, 2011.
BERRIEN SPRINGS - Mercedes Habenicht Dyer, 94, of Berrien Springs passed away on Friday, Sept. 30, 2011, at Lakeland Regional Medical Center, St. Joseph.

She was born July 8, 1917, in Argentina to Judson Power and Frederica Elisa Habenicht. At the age of 4, her family returned from mission service and settled in Michigan.

After graduating from Emmanuel Missionary College (now Andrews University) with a French major, Mercedes worked at EMC, Shenandoah Valley Academy and Cedar Lake Academy as a teacher and dean of women.

In 1947 she graduated from the University of Michigan with a master's degree in education. She then went to River Platte College in Argentina - where her parents had taught and her grandfather had established a hospital - as dean of women. Returning to the United States five years later, she became dean of women and vice president for student affairs at Columbia Union College in Maryland.

On June 27, 1954, Mercedes married Fred Dyer. Having completed her doctoral degree from the University of Michigan in educational guidance and counseling, they moved to Berrien Springs in 1961, where she became a professor in the Department of Education at Andrews University. She later served as the chairwoman of the department from 1978 to 1982.

After her retirement in 1982, she and Fred traveled extensively, teaching, giving conferences and volunteering with Maranatha. She was an avid genealogist who has provided a wealth of information about her family. In the course of her life she authored several books and numerous articles and was a dedicated Bible student who loved nothing more than to study with anyone who was interested.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred, on Nov. 18, 2003.

She is survived by her stepsons, Bill and Dennis Dyer, 12 grandchildren, and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.

Mercedes will be remembered as a hard worker who loved God supremely and spent her life helping those around her.

Friends are invited to celebrate her life from 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, at the Allred Funeral Home in Berrien Springs, and to leave online messages at www.allredfuneralhome.com. Funeral services will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, at Pioneer Memorial Church on the campus of Andrews University. Burial will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Mercedes Dyer Scholarship Fund at Andrews University, or to It Is Written Television Ministry.
2431. “Adam James Eberhardt,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/38845184, 38845184.
2432. “Julia Werner Eberhardt,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/35065584, 35065584.
2433. Barbara, “Sears Family Tree,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/...=042210&id=I1007, April 23, 2010.
2434. “Obituaries,” Marie W. Chubbuck, Lincoln Journal Star, Lincoln, NE, October 18, 2009.
Marie W. Chubbuck, 86, of Laurie, Mo., died Wednesday (10/14/09). Marie retired after 29 years with what now is Novartis Consumer Health, Inc. Born Jan 19, 1923 to Albert and Gesina Busboom of Emerald, Neb. Graduated from Pleasant Dale High School on May 15, 1941. Married Arthur V. Chubbuck on May 5, 1946 in Lincoln, Neb. From Sept 2005 until August 2008, Marie resided at the Waverly Care Center, Waverly, Neb. In August 2008 until the present, Marie resided at the Laurie Care Center in Laurie, Mo.

Preceded in death by husband, Arthur Chubbuck; daughter, Deborah Chubbuck-Gropp; father, Albert Busboom; mother, Gesina Nobbman-Busboom; brothers, Rudolph, Adolph, Ervin and Edwin Busboom. Surviving family: son, Larry Chubbuck and wife Carlene, Lake Ozark, Mo.; son, Richard Chubbuck, Sr. and wife Donnell, Lincoln, Neb.; brother, Leroy Busboom and wife, Darlene, Emerald, Neb.; grandchildren, Mike Clark, Gary Chubbuck, Ann Tanner, Richard Chubbuck, Jr., Amanda Horner, Scott Gropp, Bobby Jo McCave; 15 great grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.

Services 2 p.m. Saturday (10/17/09), Lincoln Memorial Funeral Home 6800 South 14th Street. Visitation Friday noon to 8 p.m.; with family 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Park. Condolences www.lincolnfh.com
2435. “Marie M. Busboom Chubbuck,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/43198713, 43198713.
2436. “Deborah M Gropp,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/95509106, 95509106.
2437. “Robert L Gropp,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/95509026, 95509026.
2438. “In Memoriam,” http://www.garykelleyafs.com/memsol.cgi?user_id=276843.
Billy Van Davis of Broken Arrow, OK died on November 16, 2010 in a Tulsa hospital after a brief illness. Bill was born on February 2, 1938 in Hillsboro, Texas to Loyal Everett and Sally Augusta (Wallace) Davis. He worked as a barber for a number of years which he enjoyed very much and then went on to own and operate his own business, J.C. Transmissions, in Texas. Bill was a very patriotic person.

His father preceded him in death.

He is survived by his mother, Sally Augusta Davis of the home in Broken Arrow; sister, Pat Ewing and her husband Doug; daughters, Robin Williams, Kim Walker and her husband Keith; grandson, Brad Williams; granddaughters, Miranda Blakeman, Maegan Beene, and Breeona Blakeman; great granddaughters, Kylie Davis and Katie Canady; nephews, Scott Ewing, Kevin Ewing and his wife, Vicki; great nieces, Zoe Ewing and Quinn Ewing; great nephew, Xander Ewing; aunt, Faye Moran.

The funeral service will be held at 3:00 p.m. Friday, November 19, 2010 in the Chapel of Add’Vantage Funeral and Cremation Service, Tulsa, OK. Reverend Bill Lowder will officiate. Bill will be laid to rest on Monday, November 22, 2010 by his father in the Hickey Cemetery, Hillsboro, Texas.

Online condolences may be submitted through the guestbook located on this page. Arrangements were entrusted to Gary Kelley’s Add’Vantage Funeral and Cremation Service, Tulsa, OK. 918-624-2828. www.garykelleyfunerals.com.
2439. “Sally Wallace Davis,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/39948053, 39948053.
2440. “Loyal Everett “Ikey” Davis,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/39948051, 39948051.
2441. “Van Thomas Wallace,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/39933147, 39933147.
2442. “Laura May Wallace Bledsoe,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/39948004, 39948004.
2443. “Mandy Della Smith Wallace,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/39933143, 39933143.
2445. “David Ewing,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/5604853, 5604853.
2446. “Margie B Ewing,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/5604852, 5604852.
2447. “William N Ewing,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/5603587, 5603587.
2448. “Martha C Ewing,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/5603592, 5603592.
2449. “Andrew J Ewing,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/5603560, 5603560.
2450. “W A Ewing,” Find-A-Grave, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/5603597, 5603597.
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