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Ralph Willcott
Apr 18, 1944 - Feb 20, 2013
Submitted by: Lois Burdick

Published 2-23-13

Enid News and Eagle
http://enidnews.com/

KINGFISHER ó Funeral for Ralph Willcott, 68, of Kingfisher, will be 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 25, 2013, at St. Johnís Lutheran Church. Burial in Banner Cemetery, east of Dover, Okla. Arrangements by Sanders Funeral Service Inc., Kingfisher.

Ralph was born April 18, 1944, in Atkins, Ark., to John and Nettie Coffey Willcott and died Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013, at Kingfisher Regional Hospital.

Surviving are wife, Carol of the home; daughter, Deborah Spurgeon; son, Ralph Alan Willcott; four grandchildren; five sisters, Martha Middleton, Pauline Patrick, Juanita Clark, Nettie Smith and Patricia Lister; seven brothers, Billy Willcott, Calvin Willcott, Johnny Willcott, Rickey Willcott, Delbert Willcott, Tommy Willcott of and Jamie Willcott.


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