Elton Woodrow Cary, ninety-nine, of Norman, Oklahoma passed away Friday, February 28th, 2020. He was born December 28th, 1920 in Holtville, California to Frank Cary and Maude Weeks.
After high school, Elton served his country in the Army Aircorp during World War II, and afterwards worked in civil service for the U.S. Air Force. He was active for many years with the Masons and as a an adult leader of the Norman chapter of DeMolay. He was an early member of Christ the King Presbyterian Church and attended worship services faithfully until the day he died.
Elton is the last surviving of six siblings and is preceded in his death by his wife of sixty-nine years, Shirley; as well as one granddaughter and one great-granddaughter. He is survived by his three children, Daniel, David, and Clairanne; their spouses; ten grandkids; and five great-grandbabies.
Visitation will be from 5:00pm-8:00pm Friday, March 6th, 2020 at the Havenbrook Funeral Home in Norman, Oklahoma. Funeral services will begin at 2:00pm Saturday, March 7th, 2020 at Christ the King Presbyterian Church with internment following at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery, 2301 East Indian Hills Road in Norman.
This page was updated: Sunday, 05-Apr-2020 13:50:02 CDT
This site may be freely linked, but not duplicated in any way without consent.
All rights reserved! Commercial use of material within this site is prohibited!
© 2000-2021 Oklahoma Cemeteries
The information on this site is provided free for the purpose of researching your genealogy. This material may be freely used by non-commercial entities, for your own research, as long as this message remains on all copied material. The information contained in this site may not be copied to any other site without written "snail-mail" permission. If you wish to have a copy of a donor's material, you must have their permission. All information found on these pages is under copyright of Oklahoma Cemeteries. This is to protect any and all information donated. The original submitter or source of the information will retain their copyright. Unless otherwise stated, any donated material is given to Oklahoma Cemeteries to make it available online. This material will always be available at no cost, it will always remain free to the researcher.