Frank Gilmore © Drumright Publishing Co. Sept. 1945 Submitted by: Lois Burdick
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR FRANK GILMORE
Mr. Frank Gilmore, aged 64, died in Oakland California after a long period of ill health, culminating in a heart attack on Sept. 17. 1946.
Mr. Gilmore was a resident of Drumright for a number of years, and an employee of Sinclair Prairie Oil Co. He moved to Calif. in 1945.
He was born in Missouri on Jan. 2, 1882, and in 1903 was married to Retta Jackson of Missouri. Mrs. Gilmore died ten years ago on Sept. 9, 1936.
Surviving are 9 children with one infant preceding him in dearh. The children are Leonard and Lloyd Gilmore, both of Drumright; William Gilmore, of TX; Mrs. Luther Moore of Cushing; Mrs. Frank Bixby; Mrs. Fred Bixby; Mrs. Mildred Parker, Otto and Bob Gilmore all of California. He is also survived by 17 grandchildren, a brother and sister of Plever, Missouri.
The body was shipped to Drumright for burial, with Stubblefield Funeral Home in charge of the service. The funeral service will be 3:00 Sunday afternoon in the Free Will Baptist Church with Rev. C. D. Benton officiating. Internment was made in the Drumright North Cemetery.
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