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© Shawnee News Star

1922 - 1997

Mildred Lucille Terrel Hicks died Saturday at her Chandler home. She was 75.
She was born in Featherston, Oklahoma, on August 18, 1922, the daughter of John E. and Laura O. Power Terrel.
She had lived in Chandler most of her life and attended Chandler Southern Baptist Church.
Surviving are her son, Kenneth A. Hicks, Wagoner; daughter, Kimberly A. Beloncik, Chandler, four grandchildren and many other relatives.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Clifford, in 1993, her parents and four brothers.
Services will be 10:00 a.m. today at Chandler Southern Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Chappelle officiating.
Burial will be at Oak Park Cemetery under the direction of Parks Brothers Funeral Home, Chandler.
Memorials may be made to Hospice of Shawnee.
Published November 11, 1997.

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