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Keela Kay (Clump) Englert
Aug 22, 1942 - Nov 7, 2022
Submitted by Jo Aguirre

Landsau Evans Funeral Home
(permission granted)

Graveside services for Keela Englert will be held at a later date in Banner Cemetery.

Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.

Keela was born August 22, 1942 in Dover to Harold and Lillie (Terrell) Clump, and passed away November 7, 2022. She grew up in Oklahoma, living in several cities. Keela graduated from Woodward High School in 1962. She married Charles Englert in December of 1967. Keela will be dearly missed.
 
She is survived by her husband, Charles; daughter, Kristin Englert; siblings, Tary Clump, Barbara Phye and Loretta Fauchier; and a host of nieces, nephews and loving friends.

Keela is preceded in death by her parents and daughter, Melissa Ann Englert.

Condolences to the family may be made at ladusauevans.com.   

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