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Esther Jean (Widaman) Hill
Jun 26, 1927 - Dec 31, 2006

© Rogers Funeral Home
Jan. 4, 2007
Submitted by: Becky Rodgers

Esther Jean Hill a resident of Henryetta passed away on December 31, 2006 in Henryetta at the age of 79. Born June 26, 1927 in Enid, OK to Joe Lew Widaman and Ruby Ann McInturff.

She married Walter Hill on March 24, 1981 in Eufaula, Ok and worked as a filing Clerk for a Doctors office.

Survived by Husband: Walter Hill of the home, Daughters: Jean Dickson of Modesto, CA, Marilyn Weber of Modesto, CA ,Sons: Brad Antle of Modesto, CA Billy Antle of Modesto, CA,7 Grandchildren, 6 Great Grandchildren, Sister: Phyllis.

Graveside Service will be held 10:00am, Thursday, January 4, 2007 at the Hanna Cemetery, Hanna, Ok with Rev. Jack Vance , officiating. Services conducted by the Rogers Funeral Home.

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