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Calla Lilly (Pannell) Hammack
© Cheyenne Star, Cheyenne, OK
02 Aug 1990
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Calla Lilly Pannell Hammack died July 18, 1990 in El Paso, Texas.

She was born in Taloga, April 18, 1903.

Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Pannell moved to Hammon in 1910 and published the Hammon News.

She married Samuel "Artie" Hammack, son of Frank and Elizabeth Carpenter Hammack. The Hammack's made their home in Clinton where Artie was in the oil business until his death.

She has lived in El Paso for 25 years.

Survivors include one daughter, Nell Hiteman of Milwaukee, Wisconsin; one sister, Alice Hastings, Abilene, Texas; fourteen grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; and two sons, Robert and Douglas Hammack.

She was the great aunt of Herb Hammack and Juli Stierwalt of Leedey; and Joni Timms of Hammon; and aunt of Stanley Lee and Betty Lou Uspher of Oklahoma City.

Burial in Clinton Cemetery, Custer County, Oklahoma.

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