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Shattuck Memorial Cemetery
Ellis County, OK

aka IOOF


© Enid Morning News 
Submitted by: Glenn


Clarence Earl Ashpaugh

May 10, 1925 ~ February 05, 1989

Shattuck – The funeral for Clarence Earl Ashpaugh, 63, who died Sunday at Harper County Community Hospital at Buffalo, was at 2 PM Tuesday at Good Samaritan Funeral Service Chapel, Shattuck, with the Rev. Jerry Hodges officiating. Burial was at Shattuck Memorial Cemetery.

Ashpaugh was born May 10, 1925, near Arnett. He made his home on a farm southwest of Arnett and recently had been a resident of a Buffalo convalescent center.

Surviving are three brothers, Floyd of Arnett, Orval Jr. of Vernal, Utah, and Gene of Higgins, Texas; and five sisters, Juanita Herrin and Willa Johnson, both of Arnett, Carolyn Chamberlain of Thomas, Lola Boyd of Bethany and LeEtta Apple of Vernon, Texas.

He was preceded in death by a sister. 


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