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Valera V. Brock Chenoweth
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Valera V. Brock Chenoweth, 79, died Wednesday, June 1, 1996.

No services are planned. Cremation is by Memorial Gardens Crematory in Amarillo. Other arrangements are by Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Directors, Memorial Chapel, Amarillo.

Mrs. Chenoweth was born in Durham, Oklahoma and attended school there.

She moved to Lemon Grove, California in 1947 from Corpus Christi.

She was a beauty operator and an Iris flower judge. She retired in 1974.

She had been an Amarillo resident for the last few years.

She was a Methodist.

She married Joe H. Chenoweth in 1944 in Corpus Christi. He died in 1974.

Survivors include her brother, Thomas C. Brock of Oklahoma City and five nephews.

The family requests memorials be made to Edward Abraham Memorial Nursing Home, 803 Birch St. Canadian, Texas 79014.

The body will not be available for viewing.

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