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Kermit Geis
Nov 23, 1921 - Sep 1, 1987
Submitted by Glenn

Enid Morning News
September 1987

Kingfisher – Kermit Geis, 65, died Tuesday at a Kingfisher hospital. The funeral will be at 2 PM Friday at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Fred King officiating.

Burial will be in Kingfisher Cemetery, directed by Sanders Funeral Service.

He was born November 23, 1921, in Loyal to Sam and Bertha Greb Geis. He farmed in the Loyal and Kingfisher areas most of his life and worked at the ASC office about five years. He retired from farming and lived in Kingfisher the past 17 years.

On September 19, 1943, he married Nova Faye Hawkins in Loyal.

Geis was a member of the First Baptist Church and a charter member of the Oklahoma Buckle Club.

Survivors include his wife, Nova; a son, Larry of Dallas; and a sister, Wilma Yost of Kingfisher.

He was preceded in death by a sister.

Memorials but be made to the church or to the Kingfisher Hospital.

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