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Tillman Bannister
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Submitted by: Wanda Purcell


Tillman Bannister passed away February 18, 1995 at Carlsbad, New Mexico.

Tillman was born May 20, 1908 at Lawton, Oklahoma.

He graduated from Mangum High School and operated a cream station in Strong City, Oklahoma.

Tillman married Veta Vick of Cheyenne in 1931.

He and Veta graduated from Southwestern College, Weatherford, Oklahoma and taught school in Greer County, Roger Mills county and Carlsbad, New Mexico where they retired.

Tillman is survived by his wife Veta of Carlsbad, New Mexico; two sons, Adron Vick Bannister of Scuccora, New Mexico; and Garry Bannister of Carlsbad, New Mexico.

Services were at West Funeral Home Chapel February 20, 1995 at 2:00 p.m. with the Rev. Bob Brockman, Baptist minister.

Interment was in the Sunset Gardens Memorial Park, Carlsbad, New Mexico.



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