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Earl Hudson
Jan 24, 1914 - Oct 9, 1979
Submitted by: Glenn

Enid Morning News
9 October 1979

Kingfisher –Earl Hudson, 65, who had spent most of his life in this area, died Tuesday in a Kingfisher hospital.

His funeral will be at 10 AM Thursday in the Sanders Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Leon Seaton as the officiating minister.

Hudson will be buried in the Kingfisher Cemetery.

He was born at Omega June 24, 1914, and served with the US Army during World War II in central Europe, Sicily, Italy and North Apennines. Hudson received the FAME service award, with a silver star and a bronze star.

Upon returning to Kingfisher, he worked 21 years for the U.S. Postal Service, as in – town mail carrier.

Hudson and Helen Rasp were married March 2, 1946, in Hennessey.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Bobby of Kingfisher and Charles Nelms, Chandler; a daughter, Mrs. Ilene Parks, Okeene; six brothers, Al, Lindsey and Roy, all of Kingfisher, Max of Shawnee, Clyde, Nederlands, Texas, and Carl of Hot Springs, California; three sisters, Mrs. Cleo Major of loyal, Mrs. Joy Smith, Soquel, California, and Mrs. Virginia Girdley, Austin, Texas; and six grandchildren.

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