Earl Kreger © Enid Morning News 07-1978 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Tonkawa – Services for Earl Kreger, 67, will be at 2 PM Tuesday in the Christian Church of Tonkawa. The Rev. Joe Wilson and the Rev. Jon Wright will conduct the rites. Burial will be in the Tonkawa I00F Cemetery.
Kreger died Friday in a Ponca City hospital.
Born May 23, 1911, in Listle, Pennsylvania, he came to the Tonkawa community in 1930, residing there since. He was a farmer in the Pratt – Center community since coming to Oklahoma. Kreger was a member of the First Christian Church and the Masonic Lodge.
Survivors include his wife, Lucille, of the home; one son, Glenn, Tonkawa; one daughter, Mrs. Sonny (Carol) Burns, Tonkawa; two brothers, Dr. Glen Kreger and Dr. Russell Kreger, both of Tonkawa; one sister, Darthula Heffley, Chicago, Illinois, and two grandchildren.
One daughter preceded him in death in 1955.
The body will lie in state until 1 PM and the casket won't be open following the service. A Memorial fund has been established in his name at the First Christian Church.
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