Walter Burl Buffaloe © Cheyenne Star, Cheyenne, OK 09 Apr 1992 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Services for Walter Burl Buffaloe, 82, were held Wednesday, February 26, 1992 at John Lisle Chapel, Fresno, California.
Mr. Buffaloe was born February 25, 1909 at Maysville, Oklahoma and died February 23, 1992 at Fresno, California.
He was a retired fireman for the city of Fresno.
He was a former Leedey resident, the son of Walter and Lillie Buffaloe and brother of Emmett Buffaloe.
He married Emma Bell, also a former Leedey resident in 1936.
They moved to California in 1936 where they reared their family.
Surviving are his wife Emma; two sons, James of Fresno; and Edward of Squaw Valley; five daughters, Norma Akers of Clovis; Gay Channing of Burbank; and Sandy Kirby, Bonnie Mims and Glenda Mills, all of Fresno; a brother Murl of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; twelve grandchildren; and ten great grandchildren.
Interment at Belmont Memorial Park, Fresno.
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