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Opal was born to Fred and Myrtle (Curry) Stotts on November 1, 1927 at Fonda Oklahoma (east of Seiling, Oklahoma). When she was about one year old, her parents moved to a farm, two miles north of Seiling where she grew up. Opal graduated from Seiling ... (obittree.com)
Linda was born on January 18, 1947 and passed away on Friday, December 23, 2016. Linda was a resident of Seiling, Oklahoma at the time of her passing. She graduated Woodward High School in 1965. She was married... (legacy.com)
Weston was the only child of Roy and Margaret (Watson) Harper. He attended school in Seiling, Oklahoma through the 4th grade, when upon his father's death, he was sent to live with relatives, including his dear Uncle Ross and later his second mother ... (Bryan College Station Eagle Theeagle)
Weston was the only child of Roy and Margaret (Watson) Harper. He attended school in Seiling, Oklahoma through the 4th grade, when upon his father's death, he was sent to live with relatives, including his dear Uncle Ross and later his second mother ... (obits.dignitymemorial.com)
He served in the United States Marine Corps during the Korean conflict after graduating from Seiling High School in 1952. Following his service and honorable discharge in 1955, he graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1960 with a degree in accounting. (hiawathaworldonline.com)
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