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Walter C. Suit
© The Enid OK Events
Submitted by : Jo guirre
© Enid News and Eagle

© Glenn

Maud and Walter C. SUIT

Ames Cemetery

Mr. Walter Suit passed away at his home southeast of Ames Saturday morning, November 10, 1934 after an illness lasting almost for three years. He had been bedfast for the past two years, but had been able to sit up until the past two or three months, although he was unable to walk. He took suddenly worse Friday and passed away Saturday morning.

His widow and three children survive him, two sons and one daughter, and grandchildren, brothers and sisters and a host of friends. The writer wishes to extend her heartfelt sympathy to his loved ones.

Funeral services were held at the Church of Christ at 2 PM Sunday. Brother Wallace preached the sermon. Burial was made in the Ames Cemetery. The I00F Lodge had charge of the services at the grave.

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