LeVelvia (Farar) & Charlie Peal Jr
Green Lawn Cemetery
Checotah, McIntosh County, Oklahoma
Photos © Mary Kirby
© The Eufaula Indian Journal, Eufaula, OK
Thursday, March 15, 2001
Submitted by: Annajo Cantrell Limore
Charlie Peal was born Oct. 22, 1914 in Chewy, Oklahoma to Charlie and Viola (Henson) Peal Sr., married Levelvia[sic] Farar on March 21 in McIntosh County and died March 1, 2001 in Muskogee, OK.
Services were March 5 at the Smith Funeral Home Chapel followed by burial in Greenlawn Cemetery in Checotah.
Survivors include five sons, Charles Peal and his wife Glenda of Jennings, OK, Henry Peal of Wainwright, OK, Jerry Peal and his wife Dixie of Bartlesville, Donald Peal and his wife Karen of Langley, and Pete Peal and his wife Betty of Tulsa; three daughters, Virginia Crawford and her husband George of Strang, OK, Marilyn Cooper of Wainwright, and Janice Whittle and her husband Jim of Oktaha; a brother Houston Peal of Fayetteville, AR; 22 grandchildren and 31 great-great grandchildren; and two special nieces, Elizabeth Tate and Tincey Terry.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife of 55 years in December of 1989, a son Vester Peal in 1946, and eight brothers and sisters.
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