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Bailey V. Vanzant
Submitted by: Tim Dotterer

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Helen E. and Bailey VANZANT

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

The funeral for Bailey V. "Ed" Vanzant, 96, was at 2:30 PM Sunday at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Alan Runge officiating. Burial was in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery directed by Fisher Funeral Home. Vanzant died February 21, 1991, at an Enid hospital.

He was born February 6, 1895, in Bolivar, Missouri, to Quintus E. And C.E. Blakey Vanzant. He moved to Cherokee in 1909 from Missouri. On July 12, 1921, he married Mary E. "Helen" Himes in Anthony, Kansas. She died March 20, 1974. He was a retired auctioneer and livestock dealer and a member of First Baptist Church.

Surviving are one son, Bailey Jr. of Pryor; one stepdaughter, Eva Haught of Camino, California; one grandson; seven step grandchildren; three great grandchildren and several step great grandchildren.

Memorials may be made to the church through the funeral home.

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