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Lucille F. Page
© Published in Enid, OK. News
Thurs. March 15, 2007
Submitted by: Sylva Rhodes

© Glenn

William M. and Lucille F. PAGE

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Lucille F. Page
The funeral for Lucille F. Page, 89, of Tuttle, will be 10 a.m. Friday at Heritage Family Church, Tuttle. A graveside service will be 4 p.m. in Cherokee Cemetery, Cherokee. Arrangements are by Sevier Funeral Home, Tuttle.
She was born Nov. 21, 1917, in Vibbard, Mo., to George and Pearl Keller Hartman and died Tuesday, March 13, 2007, in Oklahoma City.
She moved with her family to Kansas, then Amorita at age 4. She attended school in Amorita, Driftwood and Ingersoll.
She married William "Bill" Page in 1931. They made their home in Byron, later moving to a farm west of Jet. In 1967, they moved south of Cherokee, where they continued to farm. She worked at Cherokee Hospital and Manor Nursing Home. He died in 1980. In 1996 she moved to Tuttle.
Surviving are one daughter, Pat Henderson of Tuttle; one sister, Anna Belle Underwood of Liberal, Kan.; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.
In addition to her husband, Bill, she was preceded in death by one son, an infant daughter and nine brothers and sisters.

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Lucille F. (Hartman) Page
© The Tuttle Times
Submitted by: Sandi Carter
Lucille F. (Hartman) Page
November 21, 1917 ~ March 13, 2007

Funeral services for Lucille F. Page, 89, of Tuttle, Oklahoma were held at 10:00 a.m., Friday March 16, 2007 at the Heritage Family Church in Tuttle. A graveside service was held at 4:00 p.m. at the Cherokee Cemetery, Cherokee, Oklahoma.

Lucille F. Page was born November 21, 1917 in Vibbard, Ray County, Missouri the tenth child of George and Pearl (Keller) Hartman and died Tuesday, March 13, 2007 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The family moved to Kansas, then Amorita, Oklahoma when she was about four years old. She attended school in Amorita, Driftwood and Ingersol, Oklahoma. In 1931 at the age of 16, she married William `Bill' Page, and they lived in the Byron, Oklahoma area, but later moved to their farm west of Jet, Oklahoma. Lucille and Bill lived on the farm near Jet for several years and Bill's widowed mother lived with them. Their farm was often the place where Lucille's family gathered for different occasions. In 1967 they moved to Cherokee but continued to farm the old Pell land south of Cherokee which they owned. Lucille worked at the Cherokee Hospital and the Manor Nursing Home for several years. Bill died of cancer in 1980. Lucille continued to live in her home in Cherokee, which was the "gathering place" for numerous family members throughout the years, especially on Memorial Day weekends. In 1996 Lucille sold her home in Cherokee and moved to Tuttle near her daughter, Pat and family.

Lucille was preceded in death by: Her husband: William Page; one son: Billy; Infant daughter: Mary Alice; nine brothers and sisters.

Survivors include: One daughter: Pat Henderson and husband Terry of Tuttle; one sister: Anna Belle Underwood of Liberal, Kansas; Grandchildren: Larry & Lisa Frey, Robin Frey, and Taylor & Aimee Henderson; five great grandchildren: Brandy, Jade, Andrew, Caden and Cydnee; two great great grandchildren: Hayley and Evelyn; numerous nieces, nephews and lots of friends.

Interment was held at the Cherokee Cemetery, Cherokee, Oklahoma under the direction of Sevier Funeral Home of Tuttle.

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