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Delora May Bass
May 18, 1917 - Oct 17, 2018
Posted by Ann Weber

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After a long and healthy life of farming and ranching with her husband Ernie and two children, Erna Lee and Jerry Don, Delora passed peacefully at her home in Newcastle. After her husbands passing, she enjoyed tending the beautiful flower gardens that the property was known for. She lived a simple yet rich and rewarding life. Loved by any who knew her, Delora’s passing is a great loss to us all.

Survivors include her son,         

          Jerry Don and wife Sue

          Four grandchildren,     Bobby, Lonnie, Jerry and Steven;

          And also 5 great-grandchildren

Services will be held 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at First Baptist Church, Newcastle, OK.

Burial will follow at Blanchard Cemetery. Arrangements are by Wilson-Little Funeral Home, Newcastle, OK. Send online condolences to @wilsonlittle.com.

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