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Mound Valley Cemetery

© Enid News & Eagle
Submitted by: Glenn

Wayne E. Vickers

Wayne E. Vickers
???? ~ March 1981 | Age 68

Wayne E. Vickers, 68, 1219 N. Grand, died Wednesday morning. Funeral services will be at 10 AM Saturday in Brown Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. James Underwood officiating.

Graveside services will be conducted at 3 PM Saturday in Mound Valley Cemetery at Thomas.

Vickers was born at Southard and moved to Thomas at an early age with his parents, Victor Floyd and Anna Doris Vickers. He attended school there. On June 6, 1933, he married Dovie V. Self at Taloga. The couple lived at Thomas until coming to Enid in 1942.

Vickers was an employee of Sears until 1949. At that time, the couple moved back to Thomas where he operated a café for four years, returning to Enid in 1953.

Vickers was also an employee of the City of Enid for 22 years prior to his retirement.

Survivors include his wife, Dovie; one son, Bill F. Vickers, Enid; two daughters, Mrs. Karen Beth Gibson, Wichita, Kansas, and Mary Ann Vickers, Enid; two brothers, Bill of Thomas, and George of Weatherford; two sisters, Mrs. Ethyl Furnish and Mrs. Doris Hunt, both of Thomas; six grandchildren; and one great – grandchild.

He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother and one daughter. 

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