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Gene T. Morahan
© Enid News and Eagle
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

ENID, Okla. Funeral service for Gene T. Morahan, 84, of Enid, Okla., will be 11 a.m. Wednesday, May 7, 2014, at Central Christian Church in Enid. The Rev. John McLemore, Rev. Don Johnson and Brian Meyer will officiate. A graveside service will be 3 p.m. in Resthaven Sunset Memorial Park, Ponca City, Okla., following the funeral . The Revs. Larry B. Metzger and E. Roberta Shaffer will preside. Arrangements are by Anderson - Burris Funeral Home , Enid.

Gene was born July 5, 1929, in Enid, Okla., to Lawrence and Mildred Morahan and passed away Saturday, May 3, 2014, at The Commons Nursing Home in Enid.

He graduated from Enid High School in 1947.

After serving two years in the United States Air Force, he returned home to help take care of his mother.

He spent a short time attending Phillips University and then began a long career in banking, starting as a teller at Central National Bank. Gene went to work for the FDIC as a bank examiner and then in 1957, accepted a job in Ponca City at First National Bank. He went on to own banks in Shidler, Braman and Kaw City. He then acquired Security National Bank in Ponca City.

Gene met his wife, Patricia C. Peak, in Enid. They were married April 10, 1954, and recently celebrated 60 years of marriage. Gene was very involved in his communities of Ponca City and Enid. He served as treasurer of many organizations including Jaycees and Kiwanis. He also volunteered on many boards and was recently named 2014 Philanthropist of the Year by Integris Hospital. Gene enjoyed life and was always willing to help others. He did expect his family to work hard and reap the rewards of doing so. He had many hobbies and loved working in his gardens. Gene was a longtime season ticket holder and supporter of OSU sports and enjoyed going to watch the Cowboys play on Saturdays with his family.

Gene is survived by his wife, Patricia of Ponca City; three daughters, Gail Novak and husband Pat of Enid, Becky Morahan of Ponca City and Julie Sheffield and husband Todd of Ponca City. He also is survived by 12 grandkids and nine great-grandkids: Eric Reed, wife Kelly and daughter Blythe of Rowlett, Texas; Melanie Secrest, husband Justin, and children Jaxton and Jordy of Stillwater; Chad Novak and wife Kendall of Edmond; Cari Novak and children Riley and Cassie of Edmond; Jeremy Webb, wife Ashley and sons Britten and Cole of Ponca City; Jennifer Hobbs, husband Mark and sons Carter and Breckin of Ponca City; Joel Webb of Ponca City; Michael Kirchenbauer of Enid; Haley Kirchenbauer of Ponca City; Hannah Kirchenbauer of Ponca City; Luke Kirchenbauer of Ponca City; Jackson Sheffield of Ponca City; and many other extended family members.

He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Jane Briggs; and one brother, Loyal Morahan.

Memorials may be made to Central Christian Church of Enid and First Christian Church of Ponca City, with Anderson - Burris serving as custodian of funds.

Guestbook available online at www.andersonburris.com.

(Submitted by family)

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