Lorris Dow Hunck
Feb 27, 1892 - Nov 18, 1980
Submitted by: Glenn
Enid Morning News
Loyal – Funeral services for
Lorris D. Hunck, 88, who died Tuesday in a Kingfisher hospital, will be at 2 PM
Friday in the Loyal United Methodist Church with the Rev. W. D. Gilbert
Burial will be in the Kingfisher Cemetery, under the direction of the Sanders Funeral Service of Kingfisher.
Hunck was born February 27, 1892, at Mount Hope, Kansas, and came to Oklahoma as a child, the family settling in the Loyal area where he lived most of his life.
Hunck attended the Guthrie Business School and worked in the Loyal bank. He played baseball on the Loyal team and later on the Kingfisher team and at the time of his death was a retired farmer.
Hunck and Helen A. Dunn were married August 25, 1915, in the Dunn home northwest of Kingfisher. They celebrated their 65th anniversary in August.
In addition to his wife of the home, Hunck is survived by a son, B. Gene Hunck, Cedar Falls, Iowa; two daughters, Mrs. Burt Wagner of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Dave Favier, El Paso, Texas; a half – sister, Mrs. Jessie Cox; seven grandchildren.
His family has suggested that those who wish make contribution in Hunck's memory to the Heart Fund or the Loyal Methodist Church. The funeral home will serve as custodian of the memorial fund.
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