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Jonas Elder "Jay" Otey
Jul 8, 1932 - Jun 2, 1985

The Chickasha Daily Express
Monday, June 3, 1985

Jay Otey of Ardmore died June 2 in an Oklahoma City Hospital at age of 52.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Northwest Baptist Church of Ardmore with Rev. Wayne Fite officiating.

Otey was born on July 8, 1932 in Cement and had lived the past 14 years in Ardmore, coming from Big Springs, Texas. He married the former Frieda Colbert on October 23, 1954 in Chickasha.

He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy and a member of the Southwest Baptist Church. Otey was employed as a salesman for Kim-Solve.

Survivors include his wife, Frieda of the home; two sons, Kent and Mark of Ardmore; one daughter, Jaylynn Word of Ardmore; four brothers, Dale of Cement, Delbert of Corona, Cal., Vaughn of Chickasha, and Larry of Alex; one sister, Joyce Wyatt of Hydro; one grandchild, and his parents, Leonard and Ruby Otey of Cement.

Funeral services will be under the direction of Harvey Funeral Home, Ardmore

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