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© Brown-Cummings Funeral Home
|Celeatha Margaret (Bise) Bottoms|
|January 10, 1924 - June 15, 1985|
|© Enid Morning News|
|Submitted by: Glenn Shroads
Mrs. J. D. (Celetha M.) Bottoms, 61, 1606 Field Drive, died Saturday. Services will be 10 AM Wednesday in the Ladusau – Evans Funeral Home Chapel with the Reverend Dan Harlow officiating. Graveside services will be held at 3:30 PM in the Holdenville Cemetery, Holdenville.
She was born January 10, 1924 in Holdenville. On February 11, 1942 she married J. D. Bottoms in Tampa, Florida. They moved to Enid in 1974.
Bottoms was a member of the Davis Park Christian Church and worked in the alteration department at Newmans.
She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Lisa Bottoms, Enid, and Mrs. James (Linda) Colbert, Enid, and two grandchildren.
Memorials in her name may be made to the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, Leukemia Division, with the funeral home acting as custodian of the funds.
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