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Myrtle Casey Standridge

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Thursday, February 28, 2013
Rewritten by: Annajo Cantrell Limore

Myrtle Casey Standridge passed away May 19, 2001 at Heavener, OK at the age of 95.

Graveside services were May 20 at Greenwood Cemetery in Eufaula under direction of Dowden Funeral Home. She was a member of the Choctaw Tribe and a resident of Eufaula for 50 years. She movined to Heavener in 1978.

Survivors are three daughters; Anna Lue Denny and husband of Edmond, OK, Bettie Arnold and husband of Monkey Island, OK and Garlena Vickers and husband of Heavener, OK. Seven grandchildren, Charlotte Fos, Charlene Strong and husband, Alan Denny, Coleen Seaman and husband, Chad and wife, Micheal Vickers and wife, Todd Vickers and wife; eight great-grandchildren, Sean Casey and Gary Strong, Christen Seaman, Zachary Arnold, Haleigh and Justyn Vickers.

She is preceded in death by her husband, a son, a sister and four brothers.

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