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Mound Valley Cemetery

Custer County, Oklahoma

Ressie Alanzo & Violet Marie Arnold

© 2011 Dolores Colwell Willis & Roy Willis

© Enid Morning News
Submitted by: Jo & Glenn

Ressie A. Arnold

 June 19, 1908~ October 4, 1980

Canton Services for Ressie A. Arnold, 72, will be at 2 PM Monday in the First Christian Church.

Burial will be in Thomas Cemetery in Thomas with arrangements by Haigler Funeral Home.

He died Saturday afternoon in an El Reno hospital.

Born at Gray on June 19, 1908, he married Violet Rymer on July 12, 1933 at Arapaho. They lived in Southard for a number of years, then moved to Canton in 1950.

He was a retired employee of U. S. Gypsum Company. He had retired in 1970 after 47 years with the company.

Survivors include his wife, Violet; two daughters, Mrs. Marilyn Daugherty, Watonga, and Mrs. JoAnn Chain, El Reno; one brother, Bernis Arnold, Clarksville, Indiana; one sister, Mrs. Glaida Simmons, Colcord; five grandchildren and one great granddaughter.

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