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Ernestine "Tene" Beller
Feb 22,1919 - Jan 21, 2009
Posted by: Becky Rodgers

Ernestine (Tene) Beller, resident of North Highlands, California and former resident of Ponca City, passed away January 21, 2009 in Sacramento, California. She was 89. Tene was born February 22, 1919 in Oklahoma.

She is survived by her grandchildren, Teri McComas of Sacramento, California, Amber Baker of Oklahoma, Ron Baker of Kentucky; great grandchildren, Brandon Miller, Derick Bahn, Jerod Bahn and Jami McComas; great great grandchildren, Derick Bahn Jr, Abrianna Miller, Raymon Bahn, Isabella Miller and Leticia Bahn. She was preceded in death by her husband, Leon Beller and two children, Jean Wood and Joe Baker.

Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Janaury 28, 2009 at Resthaven Memorial Park in Ponca City with Pastor Don Stanton, Faith Tabernacle Church presiding. Arrangements are under the direction of Grace Memorial Chapel.


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