Mrs. Cleo Lopeman Submitted by: Claudia Thiry
Bearers Announced For Mrs. Lopeman
The funeral of Mrs. Cleo Lopeman of Tonkawa will be 2 p.m. Monday in the chapel of McCafferty Bolick Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Joe Wilson officiating.
Pallbearers are Neal Long, James Avey, George Helton, Jack Harris, Eddie Griffith and Don Rudd. Burial will be in Tonkawa Odd Fellows Cemetery.
Mrs. Lopeman died early Thursday morning in St. Joseph Medical Center Ponca City. She was 70. Born in Arkansas she lived in Ponca City and Pawhuska prior to moving to Tonkawa in 1936.
She was married to Virgil Lopeman on Oct 23, 1924, at Pawhuska. He died in 1970. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by two sons, George and Joe.
Survivors include two sons, Raymond and John, Both of Tonkawa; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Goldsmith, 421 South Sunset, and Mrs. Bessie Newman, 1301 Bradbary, both of Ponca City, two brothers, Dale Cox of Fort Smith, Ark., and Scott Cox of Jane, Mo.; one sister, Mrs. Victor Block of Palm Springs, Calif./ 19 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
The family will be at 908 North Main on the day of the funeral.
December 24, 1976
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