Arnett – The funeral for Anna F. Ashpaugh, 64, will be at 10 AM Tuesday in the United Methodist Church at Arnett. The Rev. Richard Royal and Dr. Jene Miller will officiate. Burial will be in the Shattuck Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements are by Good Samaritan Funeral Service, Shattuck.
She was born October 21, 1933, at Shattuck to Arley and Esta Farris Boyd and died Friday, February 20, 1998, at Southwest Medical Center, Oklahoma City. She attended school at Arnett, graduating in 1951.
On August 15, 1950, she married Floyd Ashpaugh. They lived in the Arnett area. She worked for the Newman Memorial Hospital in Shattuck as a nurse's aide, later as the secretary for the hospital's laboratory. She then worked in home health department, retiring in 1995.
Surviving are her husband, Floyd of the home; two sons, Neal of Follett, Texas, and Larry of Shattuck; one daughter, Kathy Miller of Woodward; two sisters, Geneva Clem of Arnett and Georgia Davis of Shattuck; nine grandchildren; and five great – grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother.
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