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Jean Mabry

Jean Caldwell Mabry, 80, of Enid, Okla., died Friday, July 12, 2002, in Enid, Okla.

Funeral services will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Enid, Okla. with the Rev. Dr. John Crawford officiating. Following the service her remains will be cremated.

Arrangements are under the direction of Henninger-Allen Funeral Home, 601 W. Broadway, Enid, Okla.

Memorial contributions may be made through the funeral home to the First Presbyterian Church.

She was born July 8, 1922, in Hartford, Conn., to James R. and Madeleine (Loomis) Caldwell. On August 24, 1942 she married Dr. Earl Mabry in the Wooster College Chapel. He survives.

Surviving are her husband, Dr. Earl H. Mabry of the home; two daughters, Madelyn Keck and Joan Dodds, both of Enid, Okla.; seven sons, Maj. Gen. Wynn Mabry of Charlotte, N.C.; Dr. Jim Mabry of Enid, Okla.; Marshall Mabry of Clifton, N.J., Col. Jeffrey Mabry of San Antonio, Texas; Jay Mabry of South Lake, Texas; John Mabry of Edmond, Okla. and Dr. Tad Mabry of Tahlequah, Okla.; 25 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

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Obituary of Orlene Lorraine Hager

Orlene Hager
Orlene Hager
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Orlene Lorraine Hager

1934 - 2021

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Orlene Lorraine Hager, 86, passed away on January 5, 2021 - leaving precious memories of love and light to those who knew her.

 

Orlene was born on May 10, 1934 to John and Ethel Rex in Waukesha, Wisconsin. From that point forward, she blossomed in her schooling, and went on to graduate from Enid High School in Enid, Oklahoma. Following the graduation, Orlene wed Luke Arthur Hager on February 6, 1954 in Enid - sharing many years together.  She spent 32 amazing years at Saint Mary's Hospital (also located in Enid, Oklahoma), and spent her last years as a surgery technician. Later in life, she loved all things crafty - and enjoyed painting and drawing among many other things.

 

Orlene is survived by her children - Luke ( Diane) Hager of Nacogdoches, Texas, Brenda (Roger) Shrader of Parker, Colorado, Jim (Shelly) Hager of Enid, Oklahoma, and John (Amy) Hager of Enid, Oklahoma. She also leaves behind grandchildren - Clarissa, Mark, T.J., Shelbye, Michael, Eli, Jillian, A.J., Koty. Jonathon, Rikki and Quentin. In addition, great-grandchildren - Jasmine, Megan, Bryson, Talyn, Robbie, Vanessa, Brenton, Colton, Oliver and Giovanni, Luke, Bryce, and Sammy. She is preceded in death by her parents, John and Ethel Rex, brother, Orville Rex, and her husband, Luke Arthur Hager.

 

In lieu of flowers, please consider sending Memorial Contributions to the Kyle Wood Foundation, a children's leukemia research. You can either visit their website -  https://thekylewoodfoundation.org/, or send your donations in the mail using the address 6732 W. Coal Mine Ave. #236, Littleton, CO 80123.

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William Eldon Davis
Oct 9, 1913 - Oct 24,2005
Posted by Jo Aguirre

Enid News and Eagle (OK)
Date: Oct 27, 2005

Recitation of the Rosary for William Eldon Davis will be said on Friday, October 28 at 7 pm at the Ladusau-Evans Chapel. Mass of Christian Burial will be 10 a.m. Saturday the 29th day October, 2005 in St Gregory the Great Catholic Church, Enid, OK. Father Larry Kowalski will officiate. A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. in the Billings Catholic Cemetery, Billings, OK. Arrangements made by Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.
He was born October 9, 1913 on a farm east of Billings to John Francis "Frantie" Davis and Estella Maria O'Donnell Davis and died October 24, 2005. He was baptized in Sacred Heart Catholic Church at Billings. He went to Elkhorn school for one year with Edith Caskey (later Mrs. George Bellmon) teacher. He attended St Joseph's Academy in Enid for seven years under the Sisters of Divine Providence, then three years in Billings High School, lettering in track and graduating in 1930 at age 16 as salutatorian of his class. After six years helping on the farm, he entered Enid Business College, graduating in 1937 to work for the George E Failing Company as a commercial artist and photographer until his retirement in November 1978. He also did photography in his spare time, including portraits, groups and over 500 weddings before retirement. He continued his photographic career well into his eighties. In Business College he met former school teacher, Ruth Minnix and they were married January 13, 1946 in St Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Enid and she passed away February 14, 2003. He was also a member of the Knights of Columbus, 4th Degree; and the Enid Camera Club for many years. To this union five children were born: Judith Ann, Mary margaret, Brian Francis, Eileen Elizabeth and Kathleen Sue. All five children attended Catholic Memorial High School in Enid. Judy is now Mrs. George Schroeder of San Antonio, TX; Mary Margaret is now Mrs Chris Andrew of Gainesville, FL, Brian married Mary Beth Meredith and together they own and operate Port Lugano in Enid, Eileen was married to David Thain and died suddenly at age 29. Kathy is Mrs. Ralph Cannon and they live in Sacramento, CA. There are 18 grandchildren and 21 1 ? 2 great grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his wife Ruth and daughter Eileen Thain.
Memorials may be made to the Associated Catholic Charity with Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home serving as custodians of the fund. Condolences may be sent to the family at ladusau evans.com. (Paid obit 10-27-1) 

Sours: https://www.okcemeteries.net/noble/billingscatholic/davisweobit.htm
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