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Butler Cemetery
Custer County, Oklahoma


Bennie L. & Pearl Anderson

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© Dolores Colwell Willis & Roy Willis


© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Bennie L. Anderson

Bennie L. Anderson, 83, passed away in Tulsa, December 1, 1986. Services will be in the First Baptist Church, Tulsa, Thursday, December 5, 1986.

Mr. Anderson was a former Roger Mills County resident. His pioneer family home was at Durham, Oklahoma where he grew to manhood.

Bennie was married to Miss Pearl Broadbent of Butler, Oklahoma in 1924. They taught at Reydon, Durham and Crawford where he was Superintendent in the 30's and early 40's.

His wife preceded him in death in 1982.

He leaves one brother, Dr. Roy Anderson, Cordell, Oklahoma; nieces and nephews of his and his wife; as well as numerous friends.

Graveside services will be at Butler Cemetery, Butler, Oklahoma Thursday evening, December 5, 1986. 


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