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Tereasa Ann Hawkins and Alma Mae Johnson

St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery

Alma Mae Johnson
© Grace Memorial Funeral Home
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

March 12, 1913 - January 24, 1967

Services are pending with Grace Memorial Funeral Home, Ponca City, for Mrs. Alma Mae Johnson, 53, of 14 SE 38, who died Tuesday at Ponca City.

Born in Bressie, she had lived in Oklahoma City about 20 years. A registered nurse, she was an employee of Prosser Clinic several years before becoming a private nurse. She was a member of the State Nurses Association and the Catholic Church.

Survivors include a daughter, Mary Ann Hawkins, Ponca City; a son, John Welch, Lone Wolf; her mother, Mary Russell, Lamont; and six sisters, Altha Starr, Los Angeles; Emma Zuvanich, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Hazel Daniels, San Francisco; Ethel Spoon, Lamont; Hilda Miller, Ponca City, and Grace Britcher, Oklahoma City.

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