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Mary Briseno Ornelas
Submitted by: Tim Dotterer

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Mary Aneta ORNELAS

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Rosary Wake for Mary Briseno Ornelas, 64, was at 7 PM April 25 at Good Funeral Home Chapel. Mass of Resurrection was at 10 AM Friday at St. Cornelius Catholic Church with the Rev. Dave Imming officiating. Burial was in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery. She died April 23, 1991, at an Oklahoma City hospital.

She was born July 26, 1926, in Eton, Colorado, to Manuel and Sebestiana Abunes Briseno and attended schools in Hershey, Nebraska. She married Fernando Ornelas on September 13, 1945, in Wellington, Kansas. They lived in Yewed, then Hershey before retiring in 1982. They moved to Cherokee. She was a longtime member of Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Hershey and the St. Cornelius Catholic Church in Cherokee.

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