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Hugh Eugene "Pete" Ritter
Dec 17, 1921 - Jul 9, 1986
Posted by Glenn

Enid Morning News

Services for Hugh E. "Pete" Ritter will be at 10 AM Saturday at the Bill Merritt Funeral Home at Mustang. Burial will be in Mustang Cemetery.

Ritter died Wednesday, July 9, 1986 at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Oklahoma City. He was born December 17, 1921, at Ringwood to George and Nellie Hoover Ritter. He served in World War II with the American division in the southwest Pacific. He lived in Ringwood until 1967, when they moved to Mustang.

Survivors include his wife, Evelyn, of the home in Mustang; a son Tony, Fort Worth; a daughter, Mrs. Jamey (Ann) Gabbert, Mustang; two sisters, Dolly Hackney, Britton and Hettie Wheeler, Fairview, and two grandchildren.

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