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Reva A. (Hunt) Deaville
Aug 31, 1922 - Jul21, 2013
Submitted by: Lois Burdick

Published 7-23-13

Enid News and Eagle

ENID, Okla. — Reva A. Deaville, 90, of Batavia, Ill., formerly of Hennessey, Okla., passed away Sunday, July 21, 2013, at Batavia Rehabilitation in Batavia. She was born Aug. 31, 1922, in Byars, Okla., the daughter of Charles and Bessie (nee Oliver) Hunt.

She was united in marriage to Bob Deaville.

She was a member of Church of Christ in Hennessey. She loved to quilt, play cards, and games. She loved being with friends and family.

She is survived by a son, Ron (Sue) Deaville of Batavia, Ill.; daughter, Judy Deaville of Aurora, Ill.; grandchildren, Jamie Janavich of Elgin, IL, Rodney Eck of Kingman, AZ, and Quentin Eck of Chicago, IL; great-grandchildren, Jacob and Lucas Janavich, Ann, Arthur, Abagale and Aiden Eck; and sister, Wilda Morris of Austin, Texas.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Bob.

All services private.

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