OPAL FRANCES WILSON OBITUARY Reprinted with Permission © Shawnee News Star
OPAL FRANCES WILSON
1918 - 1998
Opal Frances Richburg Wilson died Thursday in Tulsa. She was 79.
She was born September 23, 1918, in Loraine, Texas, to John and Molly McIntire Richburg.
She married Winston Wilson on August 5, 1942, at Sweetwater, Texas.
Mrs. Wilson worked as an accounting clerk and was a member of Southern Hills United Methodist Church, Tulsa.
Survivors include her husband, Winston Wilson of Tulsa; daughter, Pam Truelove of Tulsa; son, Randy Wilson of Vancouver, Washington; brother, Lester Richburg of Hart, Texas; sisters, Macie Adrain of Petersburg, Texas; Oma Herm of Ackerly, Texas; Blanche Pendergrass of Temple City, California; Nola Taylor of Loraine, Texas as well as five grandchildren, many other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, seven brothers and three sisters.
Services will be 10:00 a.m. Monday at Parks Brothers Funeral Home Chapel, Chandler.
Burial will be at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.
Published August 7, 1998.
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