June 10, 1972
Fletcher ~ Funeral for Oscar J. Long, 88, of Fletcher will be 2 PM, Wednesday at the Robbins Funeral Chapel here with Mavis Baldwin, of Abilene, Tex., grandson of the deceased, officiating.
Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery under the direction of Robbins Funeral Home.
Mr. Long was born in Montague County, Texas, April 5, 1884.
He grew up in the Fletcher area and moved back to Kingfisher, October, 1969. He moved to Enid in November, 1970. He was a retired farmer.
Mr. Long was married to Nellie Merritt in 1906 in Sterling (d. 1935); to Emma Stallcup in February 1937 in Kingfisher (d. 1951) and to Mary Carothers, in 1958 in Kingfisher, (d. 1965).
He was a member of the Church of Christ.
Survivors included 10 sons: Other of San Fernando, Calif., Douglas, of Lakewood, Calif., Donald of Rosamond, Calif., Dale of Perry, Okla., Maurice and Nello, both of Juneau, Alaska,, Marlin and Rosse of Eugene, Oregon. Gerald of Sandy, Oregon, and Harold of Gresham, Oregon; three daughters: Mrs. Mary Mulherin, of Kingfisher, Mrs. Marjory Baldwin, of Denver, Colorado, Mrs. Wouida Hannan, of Ashland, Oregon; two brothers: R. T., of Fletcher, and W.J., Lawton; 38 grandchildren, and 42 great-grandchildren.
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