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William "Bill" Prevo English Obit
Submitted by: Tom Johnson


William "Bill" Prevo English

b: May 16, 1902; d: July 22, 1951
Husband of Madge Alma 'Parker' English
Sec. 52, Lot 21, Space 1, Memorial Park Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK

Obituary for William P. "Bill" English
Reprinted from the "Daily Oklahoman", Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, July 23, 1951, Page: 7


Lieut. William English, 49, of 1418 NW 46, an Oklahoma City fireman more than 13 years, died Sunday in his home following a heart attack.
Services are pending and will be announced by Perrine funeral home.

A native of Ohio, English moved to Oklahoma City with his parents as an infant. He started first with the city fire department at No. 11 station, but for the past 13 years had been stationed at No. 2 station.

He was a member of 10th & Francis Church of Christ. He is survived by his wife, Madge, and son William Scott English, both of the home, and two sisters, Mrs. Ann Jones, and Mrs. Dorothy Schmitt, both of 1310 Jet Drive, Midwest City.

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