WOODARD - A celebration of life for Eva Irene Aylett, 84, will be 1 p.m. Monday in First Baptist Church Chapel. Dr.Russell Duck and the Revs. Tony Barrow and Junior Zollinger will officiate. Burial will be in the Laverne Memorial cemetery. Arrangements are by Billings Funeral Home.
Seh was born Aug. 13, 1915, in Beaver County to Perry and Viola Manion Benson and died Friday, June 23, 200, at Woodward Hospital and Health Center.
She attended school at Glendale. On Aug. 15, 1931, she married Sam Elton Aylett at Speermore where they made their home. They moved to a farm west of Laverne in 1941. She moved to Woodward in 1983. She was a member of United Methodist Church in Laverne. She served as president of Women's Guild and sang in the church choir and trio. She later attended Woodward First Baptist Church.
Surviving are two daughters, Norma Hogsed of Chaparral, N.M., and Shirley Buxton of Woodward; one son, Gary of Tucson, Ariz.; two sisters Mildred Tipton of Denver, and Jun Classen of Lubbock, Texas; five grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, on Oct 22, 1979, one brother and one sister.
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