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Betty Jo Walker
Betty Jo Walker, resident of Ponca City
passed away on Sunday, December 14, 2008 at
the Ponca City Medical Center.
Died Dec 14,2008
Submitted by: Becky Rodgers
Betty was born the daughter of James Dennis
Wright and Fannie Audrey (Roby) Wright in
Ponca City, Oklahoma. She grew up in Ponca
City and attended Ponca City High School.
Betty operated the Community Building
elevator for over 14 years and was then
employed with Wichita State University for
25 years. She later worked at the First
Baptist Church Nursery for over 14 years as
well. She married Edward Walker in 1943 in
Perry, Oklahoma and to this union, two
children were born.
Betty enjoyed collecting dolls, reading and
shopping, but her first love was dogs. She
also liked to travel throughout the United
States and Canada.
She is survived by her daughter, Ellen Hill
of Ponca City, Oklahoma; sister, Audrey
Rogers of Newkirk, Oklahoma; and many nieces
She is preceded in death by her parents;
son, George Edward Walker; sisters, Erma
Dean Morris, Ina Ficila and Dorothy Jean
Fergueson; half sisters, Nettie Megson and
Zetta Mae Gist.
No Scheduled Services
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