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Oklahoma Misc. Obits

© Enid News & Eagle
21 August 2019
Submitted by: Glenn

Sherril Kay (Sanford) Whitlow

Sherril Kay (Sanford) Whitlow
May 27, 1938 ~ August 20, 2019

Sherril Kay Sanford Whitlow was born in Oklahoma City, OK, on May 27, 1938, to Robert Jack and Dorothy Allen Sanford and passed away May 20, 2019.

She is survived by two children: Moly Nicholas (Enid, OK), Danny Whitlow (Omaha, NE), and three grandchildren: Cassidy Nicholas (Oklahoma City, OK), Jake Nicholas (Stillwater, OK), Libby Whitlow (Stillwater, OK).

A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Friday, May 23, 2019, at Christian Church of the Covenant in Enid, OK, with a visitation time for friends and family to follow.

Sherril was a regular volunteer and always showed kindness to all. To honor Sherril and the importance she placed on charity toward all others, the family would appreciate a donation of time to your favorite charitable organization. Arrangements are under the direction of Henninger-Hinson Funeral Home.

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