Fort Supply – The funeral service for Alden L. Hurst, 79, will be 2 PM Wednesday in Garden Chapel of Good Samaritan Funeral Service. The Rev. Tindell will officiate. Burial will be in Mount Olive Cemetery.
He was born August 5, 1919, at Wichita, Kansas, to Earnest and Pearl Eva Woodall Hurst and died Monday, June 28, 1999, at Integris Baptist Hospital in Oklahoma City.
He graduated from Fort Supply high school in 1938. He married Rosalee Groff at Fort Supply June 11, 1944. In November 1939, he entered the Navy, serving during World War II and the Korean conflict before receiving a medical discharge in 1952.
Surviving are his wife, Rosalee of the home; one son, Steven of Fort Supply; three daughters, Sherry Marroquin of Dripping Springs, Texas, LaVonna Briant of Fort supply and Joleen Steiner of Bastrop, Texas; one sister, Eileen Shuyler of Woodward; eight grandchildren; and three great – grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a brother and son.
Memorials may be made to Myasthenia Gravis Foundation in care of the funeral home.
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