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Wanda June Cole
© Enid Morning News
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Blackwell Wanda June Cole, 52, died Tuesday, December 12, 1978, at her home four miles west and five miles north of Deer Creek. Her service will be at 10 AM Friday in the Roberts Funeral Home Chapel at Blackwell with the Rev. Wayne Robbins, Chanute, Kansas, and the Rev. Dennis Hofschild, Deer Creek, officiating. Burial will be in Mount Olive Cemetery at Nardin.

Survivors include her husband, Robert; two daughters, Mrs. Fred (Diane) Eberlee, Nardin, and Mrs. Bobbe Jeanne Ballagh, Deer Creek; one son, Derry Keith Cole, Medford; two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Wilson, Tombstone, Arizona, and Mrs. Betty Ellsaesser, Sublette, Kansas; one brother, Jimmy Walker, Texas; and 11 grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

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