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Jack Belfour Dodd
Apr 9, 1934 - Dec 24, 2004
Posted by Jo Aguirre

Anderson Burris Funeral Home of Enid

ENID -- Services for Marietta native Jack Belfour Dodd, 70, were conducted Monday at Anderson Burris Funeral Home Chapel. Interment was at Lakeview Cemetery, Marietta.

Born on April 9, 1934, to Harry B. and Margaret Wicker Dodd, he died on Dec. 24, 2004, in Enid.

Raised in Ardmore, he served in the Navy during the Korean War, and married Billie Ruth Storey in 1955. He moved to Enid in 1961and worked for Hughes Tool and George E. Falling for 22 years before he retired.

He is survived by his mother, Ardmore; two daughters, Margaret Bales, Enid, and Mary Stephens, Edmond; a son, Steven Bales, Boulder City, Nev.; two brothers, Harry, Ardmore and James, Horseshoe Bend, Texas, and four grandchildren.

Memorials can be made c/o Anderson Burris Funeral Home , 3002 N. Van Buren, Enid, OK 73703, to Our Daily Bread or Chisholm Booster Club.

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