Obit posted by Jo Aguirre
Dec 28, 1884 - Dec 23, 1926
30 Dec 1926
She was seven years of age when her parents moved to Oklahoma, locating southeast of Hennessey in the Oak View neighborhood, and it was there she grew to womanhood. Allie, as she was known to her Oklahoma friends, was always a devout Christian and taught a Sunday School class from the time she was old enough until her death. She evinced much interest in missionary work, both home and foreign, and served as president of missionary societies at various times. In this work she found greatest joy. She alone supported one foreign missionary scholarship and also was never failing in her tithing to her Savior. She taught school in Kingfisher community for several years and greatly missed when they moved away.
She was married to John E. Berard on June 16, 1907, and they went to Iowa to make their home.
She is survived by her husband and two daughters, Evelyne and Corene, of Council Bluffs, Iowa ; her mother and two sisters, Mrs. Ida Clements and Mrs. E. B. Holmes, of Hennessey, and Mrs. Floyd Maddox, of Ponca City, and three brothers , Perry, Andrew and Roy Clements, of Hennessey.
She was always a faithful and devoted mother.
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