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Thomas Jesse Treece Jr.
© Enid Morning News
03-1980
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

© Glenn

Opal I. and Thomas J. TREECE

Avard Cemetery


Waynoka Funeral services for Thomas Jesse Treece Jr., 52, who died Friday in Alva, will be held at 2 PM Monday in the First Baptist Church in Waynoka with the Reverends Chester Brown and Tom Lee officiating. Burial will be in the Odd Fellows Cemetery at Avard under direction of Marshall Funeral Home.

He was born in Woods County on March 3, 1928. He was a teacher and coach and had served as a counselor.

On August 9, 1953, he married Opal Bergen at Alva.

He lived in Waynoka since 1956. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and was a veteran of World War II.

Survivors include his wife, Opal; two sons, Tom and Tim of Waynoka; four daughters, Kathy Brown, Deer Creek, Patty Gaskill, and Susan and Trudy Treece, all of Waynoka; his mother, Mrs. Treece of Alva; two brothers, Bob Treece, Oklahoma City, and Dan Treece, Arizona; and seven grandchildren.

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