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Highland Cemetery

Durant, Bryan County, Oklahoma

© Brown's Funeral Service
Submitted by: Terry Dudley

George E. Brown


March 20, 1931 ~ June 7, 2021

Bertha Louise Bear Gayle, age 90, went to be with her Lord and Savior on June 6, 2021. Bertha was born on March 21, 1931, in Stillwell, Oklahoma to Oscar and Cherokee Bear. When she moved to Bryan County Bertha attended Victory Life Church where she enjoyed volunteering.

She is preceded in death by her husband Paul Gayle, son Fred Edwin Gayle, and daughter Winona Jean Hedgecock.

Left to cherish Bertha’s memories are her daughters, Janie Sue Abshere of Lavaca, AR. Joe Ann Christensen and husband Jeffery of Emory, TX, and Katie Gayle and husband Larry Krebs of Bucher Pen, OK.

A graveside memorial is scheduled for June 23, 2021, at 2:00 PM at Highland Cemetery, Durant. Services are under the direction of Brown’s Funeral Service of Durant. Online condolences can be made at www.brownsfuneralservice.com

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