Erma Lucille (Lewis) Routson Seaman-Blake Funeral Home Unknown Date Submitted by: Brenda Franklin
Erma Lucille (Lewis) Routson
Erma Lucille Lewis was born on October 13, 1917 in Waldo, Kansas to Fred and Rosa Bell Lewis. She married Ralph Routson, he died on April 15, 1991. She was a member of the Bible Believers Pentecostal Church. Erma died Wednesday morning October 3, 2007 at Claremore Regional.
She is Survived by. Son – Wayne Routson of Claremore, Oklahoma. Daughters – Judy Yates and Janice Compton both of Foyil, Oklahoma. Brother – Emerson Lewis of Junction City, Oregon. Sisters – Valaria Millikin of Adair, Oklahoma. Adalade Wilson of Claremore, Oklahoma. Six Grandchildren and Seven Great grandchildren. And a host of other relatives and friends.
Graveside Funeral Service: 10:00 Friday, October 5th, at Wards Grove Cemetery in Foyil, Oklahoma with Bro. Danny Wiggins Officiating.
Services are entrusted to and under the direction of Seaman - Blanke Funeral Service of Chelsea, Oklahoma
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