Cletus Walton Waller was born in Walters, Okla., to Elmer and Althea Rose. He was raised by his grandmother and grandfather Waller. Cletus graduated from Chickasha High School, afterwards he entered the Army and served at Fort Bragg, N.C. He married Mary Frances Smith and from that union were born his two children. Cletus worked for PPG Industries until 1962 when he started Waller Glass Company and continued to work along side his son Jon everyday until retiring at the age of 93.
Cletus was an avid tennis player and won many local tournaments. He continued to play tennis until the age of 80. Cletus enjoyed attending his children's and grandchildren's activities.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents; parents; wife, and son-in-law, Mike Good.
Cletus is survived by his children, Jon Waller (LuAnn) of Enid, Janice Good, of Monkey Island, Okla.; grandchildren, Heather White (Chris), Heath, Texas, Katy Young (Paul), Alexandria, Va., Jon Good (Mandy), Monkey Island, Okla., Clay Waller (Lindsey), Enid, Courtney Smith (Brett), Collinsville, Okla., Callie Ledlow (Tyler) of Collinsville, Okla.; 14 great-grandchildren.
Cremation arrangements are under direction of Ladusau-Evans Funeral Home.
Condolences can be made at ladusauevans.com/.
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