Funeral services for Jack Leslie Ralph Vickers, 53, 544 N. Fifth, will be at 10 AM Thursday in the First Church of the Nazarene with the Rev. Loy Watson officiating.
A 2:30 PM graveside service will be held in the cemetery at Thomas, and burial will be under direction of the Henninger – Allen Funeral Home of Enid.
Vickers died Tuesday morning in a local hospital after a lengthy illness. He was born September 11, 1926, in Thomas and was married there to Letta Jo Hamar on June 7, 1947.
Vickers and his family moved to Enid in 1968 from Kingfisher. He was a veteran of World War I I, having served in the United States Army.
His family has suggested that those who wish make contributions in his memory to the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. The funeral home will be custodian of the memorial fund.
Survived by his wife Letta Jo of the home; three sons, Clyde L. (Butch) Vickers, Rick W. Vickers and Terry J. Vickers, all of Enid, a daughter, Sherie L. Vickers Howell, Enid; three brothers, Roy (Bill) Vickers, Thomas, Wayne Vickers, Enid and George Vickers, Weatherford; two sisters, Doris Hunt and Ethel Furnish, both of Thomas; three grandchildren.
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