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James Richard Autrey
Feb 6, 1933 - Jun 4, 1993
Submitted by: Glenn

Enid Morning News
June 1993

Graveside service for James Richard Autrey Sr., 60, retired T/Sgt of LaGrange, Georgia, will be at 11 AM Tuesday at Hennessey Cemetery with the Rev. Ron Willard of First Church of the Nazarene officiating. Arrangements are by Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.

Autrey died at his home Friday, June 4, 1993.

He was born February 6, 1933 in Troup County Georgia, to Maude Lee Hester and Gene Autrey. He retired from the U. S. Air Force after 20 years of service. He was a member of the East Vernon Baptist Church in LaGrange, where he lived since 1971.

He is survived by two sons, James Richard Autrey Jr. and Benny Gene Autrey; two daughters, Sherilyn Cockran and Debra Garrison, all of LaGrange, Georgia; and eight grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Lou, in 1981.

A funeral was held Sunday in LaGrange.



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