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Arthur C. Vance
© Enid Morning News
Submitted by : Jo Aguirre

© Glenn

Garnet F. and Arthur C. VANCE

Ames Cemetery

Arthur C. Vance, 83, life long resident of the Ames community, died early Thursday in an Okeene nursing home.

Funeral services will be at 2PM Sunday in the Gautier Auditorium at Ames with John Sheffield officiating. Burial will be in the Ames Cemetery under direction of Brown Funeral Home.

Vance was born June 10, 1898, near Ames to Orville and Sarah Moyers Vance. He was a farmer and blacksmith until his retirement several years ago. In 1918, he married Garnet Denison at Ames. She died July 29, 1964.

Vance was a member of the United Methodist Church in Ames.

Survivors include three sons, Calvin, Enid, Roland, Lamar, Missouri, and Bill, Ames; one daughter, Lorena Koehn, Springfield, Colorado; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-children; one brother, Clint Vance, Enid; and two sisters, Thelma Brittain and Julia Brittain, both of Ames.

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