Anna Mae (Atkins)
Jul 14, 1924 - Sep 30, 2017
Posted by: Ann Weber
STUMPFF FUNERAL HOME
BARTLESVILLE, WASHINGTON CO, OK
Interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery in
Bartlesville under the direction of the Stumpff Funeral Home &
Mrs. Applegate was born July 14, 1924 at Bigheart, Oklahoma the presentday Barnsdall to Roy and May E. (Stephenson) Atkins. She was raised and received her education in the Barnsdall area where she graduated High School. She was married to Richard Applegate on April 5, 1958 at Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and they made their home most of the married life in the Dewey. They had owned and operated R & A Campers in Dewey for many years, and let many people park their RVís and Campers on their lot. She was a faithful member of the Word of Truth Fellowship Church in Dewey, until her ill health did not allow her to attend regular.
Mrs. Applegate is survived by her husband Richard Applegate of Dewey, by her Nephew Phillip Cramer of Ramona, and by a sister-in-law Darlene Cramer of Nowata, Oklahoma, and by 3 nephews and four nieces.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Roy and May E. Atkins.
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