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Mae E. Dencker Robinett
Submitted by: Tim Dotterer

© Glenn

Marge and Harry D. ROBINETT

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Funeral service for Mae E. Robinett, 94, who died Thursday, June 24, at Share Medical Center in Alva, was held at 11 AM Monday at Goodwin Funeral Home in Cherokee with the Rev. Glenn E. Gerber officiating.

She had lived at Share Medical Convalescent Home since May of this year.

Burial was in the Cherokee Municipal Cemetery.

Mrs. Robinett was born July 27, 1898, at Thompson, North Dakota, to Lewis and Mary Dencker. As a child, she had moved with her parents to Northwood, North Dakota, then in 1913 moved to Cherokee where she attended Friends Stella Academy, graduating in 1917.

She then attended Northwestern Normal College in Alva and taught school.

She was a member of Ebenezer Lutheran Church at Northwood, North Dakota, and attended Friends Church and Bethel Baptist Church in Cherokee.

On March 4, 1919, she married Harry Robinett in Enid. They lived in Fairview, Ingersoll and Carmen before moving to Cherokee in 1925.

Survivors include two daughters, Donna Burk of Oklahoma City and Harriett Nossaman of Cherokee; seven grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren; one step grandchild; and two step great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband and one son.

Memorials may be made through the funeral home to the churches building, or the charity of donor's choice.

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