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Charles Floyd Bohannon
© Blackwell Journal-Tribune
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

© Blackwell Journal-Tribune

1934 - September 17, 2020

Charles Floyd Bohannon was born at home in Ponca City to Sylvia Viola (Collins) & Charles William Bohannon and passed away September 17, 2020 at the Hillcrest Manor Nursing Center in Blackwell, OK at the age of 86.

When he was 12 years old, he along with his parents and sister Doris and his dog Buster moved to Sacramento, Ca where he grew up. He was with the army in Korea from July, 18, 1950 till March 20, 1951. Charles met Frances Bradley when he and his folks came to Ponca City from Sacramento April 2, 1960 to visit his dad's sister Bessie and her husband Jim Bennett, Frances was Bessie's live in housekeeper.

Charles and Frances fell in love and were married in Bessie's living room Friday May 13, 1960 by

Major James R Handley of the Salvation Army. They just celebrated their 60th wedding Anniversary . They moved long with Charles folks back to Sacramento the last of May 1960.

He is survived by his wife Frances of the home, his son Charles William (Chuck) Bohannon and his wife Robin of Moore, Ok., Alford Kenneth (Kenny) Bohannon and his wife Anita of Newkirk, Ok and daughter Marvajo McAllaster and her husband Jamie of Blackwell, Ok. He has 10 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren and one on the way and several nieces and nephews and cousins.

He was proceeded in death by his parents Charlie and Viola Bohannon, his son Conrod (Brad) Bohannon, his precious granddaughter Pasia Morrison , his two sisters Imogene Coffman and Doris Scroggins. One nephew Charles LeRoy Johnson who they raised like a son and his in-laws Alford and Ila Bradley.

He will be laid to rest in the Mount Olive Cemetery at Nardin, OK.

Memorials may be sent to Hospice of North Central Oklahoma Inc., 445 Fairview, Ponca City, OK 74601

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