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1917 - 2007

Tecumseh resident Lila May Sangster Weaver, 89, died Wednesday, April 4, in Tecumseh.

She was born August 17, 1917, in Earlsboro to Joe B. And Ruth Etta Boyd Sangster.

She was born and reared in Earlsboro and had lived in McAlester for ten years. She also lived in Wichita, Kansas for thirty two years before moving to Tecumseh more than twenty years ago.

Lila was married March 29, 1935, in Ada to Herbert G. Weaver. He preceded her in death May 19, 2000.

She was office manager for Social Rehabilitation Services in Wichita for twenty three years.

She was a member of Highland Church of Christ.

She was preceded in death by her husband; parents; three brothers; Olin, Eugene and Boyd Sangster; and one sister; Monnie Hicks.

Survivors include one brother brother, Houston Sangster of Tecumseh; step-daughter and spouse, Betty and Bill Gibbens of Pearland, Texas; step-grandchildren; Gail Davis and Terry Koontz; step-great-grandchildren, Troy and Tara Davis, and Christy Koontz; step-great-great-granddaughter, Cassidy Shank; many nieces and nephews, including Leonard Herron, Tawana Sue and Eueil Herron, Shane and Marla Herron, Tasha Herron, Fred and Carol Hicks, Sue and Jim Scrivner, and Mike and Susan Weaver.

Service will be 2:00 p.m. Friday at Cooper Funeral Chapel with Bob Anderson and Junior Mize officiating.

Burial will be 10:00 a.m. Monday at Oak Hill Cemetery, McAlester.

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