Funeral for James Edward Albright, 81, who died Friday at Phelps County Regional Medical Ctr., Rolla, Missouri, will be at 2 PM Tuesday in Henninger – Allen Funeral Home. Rev. Billy Pointer will officiate. Burial will follow in Ames Cemetery under the direction of Henninger – Allen.
He was born February 21, 1902, the oldest of nine children, to Orien and Nora Belle Albright. They moved to the Ames community when he was 16. He lived in Oklahoma until September, 1982, when he went to live with a daughter in St. James, Missouri.
He married Lula Eliza Strain August 25, 1925. They had six children. She preceded him in death in 1950. He married Goldie May Hickok June 27, 1952. She died in 1982.
He retired from the George E. Failing Company in 1967. He was a member of the Calvary Assembly of God Church, Enid.
Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Eugene (Elwanda) Mooreland, St. James, Missouri; Mrs. David (Jimmie) Detillier, Independence, Missouri; Mrs. Donald (La Vonna) Chapman, Oketo, Kansas; and Vel Donna Weaver, North Little Rock, Arkansas; two sons, Merl Albright, Villa Ridge, Missouri; and a William C Albright, St. Louis; one step – daughter, Rose Marie Cook, Enid; four sisters, Goldie Patten, Geary; Vera Milburn, Ames; Mrs. Kenneth (Veva) Millott, Enid; Mrs. Leslie (Opal) Swart, Ames; one brother, Lester Albright, Baldwin Park, California; and many grandchildren and great – grandchildren.
The family will receive visitors at the funeral home from seven until 9 PM Monday.
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