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Betty Jean (Morrow) Vaverka
© Enid, OK. News & Eagle
Sept. 10, 2007
Submitted by Jo Aguirre

Betty Jean (Morrow) Vaverka
A graveside service for Betty Jean Vaverka, 78, of Hennessey will be 10 a.m. Monday in Hennessey Cemetery. L.D. Choate will officiate. Arrangements are by Cordry-Gritz Funeral Home, Hennessey.
She was born Feb. 27, 1929, in Hennessey to Logan and Pearl Roethler Morrow, and died Friday, Sept. 7, 2007, at her home in Hennessey.
She married Tom Vaverka Dec. 4, 1953, in Hennessey. She owned and operated Vaverka Recreation Center in Hennessey in the 1970s.
Surviving are her husband Tom Vaverka, of the home; two sons, Gary Macy and Danny Vaverka; one daughter, Jo Byrd, all of Hennessey; one brother, Bill Morrow of Enid; six grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by one sister.
Memorials may be made through the funeral home to Mission Hospice.

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