Mary Agnes Backs ©The Ponca City News Sunday, October 3, 1971 Submitted by: Shirley Harlan
Mary Agnes Backs, 3l, died Friday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. T. E. Kingsolver, 204 North Fourteenth.
Born May 14, 1940 in Guthrie, she moved with her parents to Ponca City when two years old. She attended schools here and Oklahoma State University. She had lived in Shawnee, Kan., and Merriam, Kan., before returning to Ponca City last July to make her home with her parents.
Survivors include her parents of the home; one brother, Jim Kingsolver, Los Alamitos, Calif; two nephews and a niece, also of Los Alamitos, and Ted G. Backs.
Graveside services will be 10 a.m. Monday in Resthaaven Memorial Park Cemetery, followed by a brief memorial service at the home,, conducted by the Rev. Arthur C. Young, minister of the First Presbyterian Church.
Arrangements are under the direction of E.M. Trout & Sons, and friends may call at the funeral home until 9:30 a.m. Monday.
Those wishing to honor Mrs. Back's memory may contribute to the memorial fund of the First Presbytarian Church of which she was a member.
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