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Marie G (Wolf) Gerber
Jul 22, 1887 - Apr 19, 1980
Submitted by: Glenn

Enid Morning News
April 1980
Kingfisher – Funeral for Mrs. Marie G. Gerber, 92, will be Wednesday at 2 PM in the Federated Church. The Rev. Lonnie Lee will officiate and burial will follow in Kingfisher Cemetery with Sanders Funeral Service in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Gerber was born July 22, 1887, in Blue Hill, Nebraska, and came to Kingfisher in 1902 with her parents.

September 25, 1912, she married Sam Gerber in Kingfisher. She had lived in this area most of her life and was a member of the Federated Church.

Survivors include one son, Adelbert of Kingfisher; one daughter, Edna Marie Briery of Shreveport, Louisiana; five grandchildren; 10 great – grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Anna Willms and Mrs. Martha Wolf, both of Kingfisher, Mrs. Lena Andrews of Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Bertha Cringle of Eureka, California.

The family has suggested that memorials may be made to the donors choice.

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