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Don L Holtus
Jan 2, 1926 - Jun 30, 1999
Submitted by: Glenn

Enid Morning News
June 1999

Dover – The funeral for Don L. Holthus, 73, will be 10 AM Tuesday at First Christian Church. The Rev. Fred Jones will officiate.

Burial will be at Dover Cemetery. Arrangements are by Sanders Funeral Service, Kingfisher.

He was born January 2, 1926, to Herman and Florence Farley Holthus and died Wednesday, June 30, 1999, at Integris Bass Baptist health center.

On July 17, 1948, he married Lois Mae Thorn in Medicine Lodge, Kansas. He farmed in the Omega area for most of his life. He had lived in Dover for 12 years.

Surviving are three sons, Max Holthus of Kingfisher, Richard Holthus of Dover and Jimmy Holthus of Loyal; one daughter, Myrna Richards of Kingfisher; two brothers, Glen Holthus of Malcolm, Nebraska, and Ernie Holthus of Grants Pass, Oregon; one sister, Barbara June Grauerholz; nine grandchildren; and one great – grandchild.

He was preceded in death by his wife.

Memorials may be made to Dover Christian Church.

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