Roy Ulin © The Ponca City News Tuesday June 11, 1963 Submitted by: Catherine Widener
Roy L. Ulin of 1603 Prospect a retired Continental Oil Company machine clerk, died early this morning at the Ponca City Hospital.
Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Thursday in First Methodist Church. The Rev. Charles Thigpen, pastor, will officiate, assisted by the Rev. Robert Van Rouse. Burial will be in the IOOF Cemetery under direction of Grace Memorial Chapel.
Born March 24, 1890, at Abilene, Kansas, moved to Cedar Vale, Kansas, at an early age with his parents, Mr. And Mrs. Jesse Ulin. He received his education there and worked for his father as a drayman with the Missouri Pacific Railroad.
He and Minnie June Muchow were married at Winfield, November 30, 1910, and resided in Cedar Vale until 1911, when they moved the Ponca City. Ulin was employed by the Santa Fe Railway for a number of years and joined Marland Oil Company in 1918, retiring from Continental in 1955.
He was a member of the First Methodist Church and had been on the church board for many years. He was a member of Masonic Lodge 83, AF&AM, the local chapter of York Rite, Council of Scottish Rite, the Grand Cross of Color of the order of Rainbow for girls, past Artaban Shrine 12 of the White Shrine of Jerseusalem.
He also a member of the J.O.Y. Club of the Methodist Church, the Men's Bible Class and Modern Woodmen.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Walter Keathly, 1415 Prospect, two sisters, Mrs Deck Colvin, 300 North Elm, and Mrs., H. O. Buck, 221 North Oak; two grandchildren, Bill of the home and Don of 521 North Thirteenth, and a great-grandson.
He was preceded in death by his wife on September 11, 1957, his parents, and two brothers, Frank and Harry.
The family will be at the Keathly home.
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