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1929 - 2004

Funeral services for Rexie Lou Hemphill Tidwell of Midwest City were held at 1:00 p.m., October 11, 2004 at Bill Eisenhour NE Chapel with Pastor Tuney Ropp officiating.
Rexie was born July 17, 1929 in Carney, Oklahoma to Lawrence L. and Thelma Baker Hemphill and died October 8, 2004 in Shawnee, Oklahoma at the age of 75.
She married John C. Tidwell July 1, 1947 and retired from Tinker Air Force Base.
Her father preceded her in death.
Survivors include her husband, John C. Tidwell of the home; daughters and son in laws: Sharon and James Hughes of McLoud, Oklahoma; Brenda and Robert Muse of Choctaw; Terry Derr of Victoria, Kansas; her mother, Thelma Hemphill of Oklahoma City; one sister and brother in law, Dora Lee and Earl Irvin of Mansfield, Texas; seven grandchildren; eleven great grandchildren, and a host of family and friends.
Burial followed at Carney Cemetery in Lincoln county.

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