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Linda Darlene DeJarnett Scrivner
05 Nov 1946 - 07 Jul 2007
© Davis Funeral Home
Reprinted with permission

Linda Darlene Scrivner passed away on Saturday morning, July 7, 2007 in the Cushing Regional Hospital at the age of 61 years.

The daughter of the late Clayton DeJarnett and Thelma Holdaway Lewis, Linda was born on November 5, 1946 in Cushing and was reared and educated here, graduating from Cushing High School.

She was married to Delbert Scrivner in 1966.

Linda was a retired LPN, having worked at St. Francis Hospital and Tulsa Regional Hospital prior to her retirement.

She is survived by one sister, Jeanne Faubion of Cushing; one brother David DeJarnett of Owasso; three nephews, Mike Faubion of Cushing, Jeff DeJarnett and Mike DeJarnett and his wife Lara of Owasso; one niece Devon DeJarnett of Owasso and other relatives and friends.

Graveside services will be held on Monday, July 9, 2007 at 11 A.M. in the New Zion Cemetery with Reverend Ted Uhlig, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, officiating.

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