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Lawis Everett Carroll Obituary
Published July 6, 1999
© Shawnee News Star

Lawis Everett Carroll

Lawis Everett Carroll died Saturday at his home near Milfay, Oklahoma. He was 86.

Mr. Carroll was born April 18, 1913, near Atoka.

He had lived most his life in the Milfay area and was a farmer and oilfield pipeliner.

He married Wilma Deming in Bristow on December 11, 1937.

Survivors include his wife, Wilma Carroll, of the home; sons, Howard Carroll and David Carroll, both of Stroud; daughter and son-in-law, Vaughnie and Larry Bradley, Tulsa; sister, Helen Hampton and Hazel Moore, both of Wasco, California; two grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents and four sisters.

Services will be 2 p.m. today at Parks Brothers Funeral Chapel in Stroud with the Rev. Delmar Yates officiating.

Burial will follow at the Stroud Cemetery.

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