Viola Olive (Kusik) Peach
May 2, 1928 - May 10, 2019
Submitted by Glenn
Enid News & Eagle
11 May 2019
Burial will follow at
Hennessey Cemetery under the direction of Cordry-Gritz
Viola was born on the family farm at Marshall on May 2, 1928, to Anton and Marie Bradza Kusik and died Friday May 10, 2019, at the Commons in Enid.
She married Henry L. Peach at Marshall on April 2, 1947. Viola attended First Christian Church.
She is survived by two daughters, Gloria Metcalf and husband Verne of Alva, Peggy Dailey of Tulsa; one son, John Peach and wife Carol of Hennessey; seven grandchildren, Andrea Metcalf, Kristen Albiar, John Dailey and wife Karin, Matthew Dailey and wife Kali, Caitlin Black and husband Mike, Gina Esau and husband Jason, Derek Peach and wife Rhonda; and ten great-grandchildren.
Viola was preceded in death by her husband Henry, six brothers and one sister.
In lieu of flowers, the family has chosen Hospice Circle of Love, First Christian Church, or Hennessey Senior Citizens Center for donations to be made in her memory, with the funeral home serving as custodian.
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