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Custer County, Oklahoma

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McKinzie Cheyenne Claussen

Mound Valley Cemetery

Submitted by Jo Aguirre
©Alva Review-Courier (OK)

Alva Review-Courier
Published November 14, 2001

McKinzie Cheyenne Claussen, 6, Thomas

She is survived by her parents, Brad and Heather Claussen of Custer City; maternal grandparents Gwen Wheeler and Gaylen Winn of Fairview, and Robert Wheeler of Freedom; paternal grandparents, Donnie and Glenda Claussen of Thomas; maternal great grandparents, Leon and Ida Howland of Freedom and Pearl wheeler of Wellington, Kan.; paternal great grandmother Elouise Hamar; numerous aunts, uncles and other family and friends.

Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. on Nov. 1 at the Bethany Brethren in Christ Church of Thomas with Rev. Reg Martin officiating. Burial followed in the Mound Valley Cemetery under the direction of Lockstone Funeral Home of Thomas.

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