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Max H & Fern Stange
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Kingfisher Cemetery
Kingfisher County, Oklahoma

John Russell Pierson

Obit Written & posted by Jo Aguirre

Services for Max Strange were held under the direction of Hackney Funeral Home in Kingfisher..

Max was born in Bristow and moved to Kingfisher in 1950 and established a car dealership. He died  on Tuesday, July 19, 1977 as the result of an apparent heart attack.   After serving as auditor for the Oklahoma Tax Commission for five years , he became State Senate  comptroller and purchasing agent in 1963. 

He became the first director of the retirement system in July 1973 and was still in that position at the time of his death. Max had also been in the U S Navy, was a Mason and a member of the First Christian Church at  Kingfisher.

He is survived by his wife, Fern ; a daughter Mrs. Linda Borelli of Kingfisher ; a sister, Mrs. Mary Miller, Tulsa, and three grandchildren.  


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