William David "Bill" Kenyon, Jr.
Nov 27,1931 - Feb 2, 2007
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Enid Morning News Feb 4, 2007 A graveside service for William David “Bill” Kenyon Jr., 75, of Dover, will be 2 p.m. Monday in Dover Cemetery. The Rev. Fred Jones and Cheryl Wilmoth will officiate. Arrangements are by Cordry-Gritz Funeral Home, Hennessey.
He was born Nov. 27, 1931, in Oklahoma City to William David Sr. and Perle E. Freeman Kenyon and died Friday, Feb. 2, 2007, in Hennessey.
Following high school graduation he joined the Navy Reserve. He married Ramona Jean Hampton Dec. 13, 1959, in Enid. They farmed and ranched in the Dover area, and he worked at his family’s nursery. He owned and operated Kenyon Irrigation and Skyscan Satellite in Dover and was a ham radio operator.
He was a member of Ham Radio Association, Dover Lions Club and American Irrigation Association.
Surviving are his wife Jean, of the home; three daughters, Linda L. Kenyon of Dover, Edith J. Preston of Plano, Texas, and Cindy K. Hoag of Guthrie; one son, Dr. Arnold W. Kenyon of Enid; one brother, Austin F. Kenyon of Park Hill; one sister, Pat Gilmour of Kingfisher; and five grandchildren.
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