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Joe Lopeman
Submitted by: Claudia Thiry


Lopeman Funeral To Be Thursday
Tonkawa - Funeral service for Joe Lopeman, 46, will be 2 p.m. Thursday in McCafferty-Bolick Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Bill Dickover, Baptist minister, officiating. Burial will be in Odd Fellows Cemetery.
Lopeman died Tuesday in Veteran's Hospital at Oklahoma City. he was born at Pawhuska in 1928 and was a veteran of World War II
Survivors include 3 sons, Billie Joe Lopeman, stationed with the U. S. Navy in Chicago, Michael Allen Lopeman, Ft. Bragg, N. C. and Shelton Lopeman, Ferguson, Mo. ; his mother, Mrs. V. L. Lopeman. Tonkawa; 2 brothers, Raymond and John Lopeman, both of Tonkawa; and 2 sisters, Mrs. Mary Goldsmith and Mrs. Bessie Newman, both of Ponca City.
The family will be at the residence of his mother, Mrs. V. L. Lopeman, 908 North Main.
© Ponca City News
July 16, 1975


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