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Mildred Ann Hyer Naff, 92, passed away Saturday, December 27 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Her funeral service will be 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 31 at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Father Jim Cook will officiate.
Mildred was born December 31, 1921 to Charles A. and Amelia Hyer in Olathe, Kansas. She married John D. Naff on November 15, 1942 in Olathe, Kansas. They were together until his death on February 26, 1996.
She is survived by her sons; Peter Naff and Trude, Tim Naff and Diane, Stephen Naff, Adam Naff and Angela, Ron Hudiburg and Joanne, Don Hudiburg and Sueann; daughter, Emily Ridgway and Steve. She is also survived by twenty-two grandchildren and thirty-three great grandchildren; and one sister.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to the OSU Foundation and designated to the John and Mildred Naff Presidential Distinguished Scholarship Fund; Checks should be made payable to the OSU Foundation and mailed to P.O. Box 1749, Stillwater, OK. 74076-1749. Memorial donations can also be made online atwww.OSUgiving.com.
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