Wanzer, Billy LeRoy 68 of Harrah died May 12, 2009 in Harrah, OK. Born September 15, 1940 in Watonga, OK to Ralph and Christine Wanzer.
He retired from Tinker Air Force Base after 27 yrs of civilian service. For the last 13 yrs he was employed at Loomis as an armored car driver and finished out his time in the vault upon retirement in Feb. 2009. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle, refurbishing old vehicles, building model cars and spending time out at the lake with his family.
He is preceded in death by his father Ralph Wanzer and mother Christine Wanzer of Hitchcock, OK and his brother Kenneth Wanzer of Yucca Valley, CA.
He is survived by one sister Eva Mae Faulconer of Apple Valley, CA, his wife Jackie Wanzer of Harrah, OK, 2 sons Charles Wanzer of Little Axe, OK, Steve Johnson of Harrah, OK, 4 daughters Jannetta Wanzer of Little Axe, OK, Evie Parsons of Rayville, MO, Dana Wanzer and Christina Johnson both of Harrah, OK, 10 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Extended family members Cassie, Jessica, Josh and Tyler Allen and beloved son David Ouch.
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