WOODWARD - Graveside service for Dean Alexander McFadden 56, a Woodward farmer and rancher who died Sunday at the Woodward Hospital and Health Center, will be at 3 p.m. today in Mount Olive Fern Cemetery, north of Woodward. The Rev. Vernie Edwards will officiate. Arrangements are by Billings Funeral Home.
He was born Oct. 20, 1934, in Woodward to A.P. "Babe" and Esther McFadden and attended Woodward schools, graduating in 1952. He also attended Panhandle A&M College. On Dec. 25, 1953, he married Jeanette M. Sheley at Woodward. They lived in Oklahoma City where he was a draftsman for the Oklahoma Highway Department. In 1959, they moved to Fayetteville, N.C., where he was an engineer. He moved to several states where he worked at various firms. He returned to Woodward in 1977 and continued working with the Williams Co. in Iraq and Iran. He then returned to Woodward where he farmed and ranched north of Woodward.
Surviving are his wife; three daughters, Carol Cooper of Ames, Kelley McPhail of Clinton and Jennie Hart of Coldwater Kan.; two sons, Mike of Enid and Clint of Woodward; and 10 grandchildren.
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