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Minnie Grace Burns Daugherty
© Cheyenne Star
06 Sep 1967
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Minnie Grace Burns was born August 4, 1915 in Sterling, Oklahoma to Samuel and Belle Burns. She passed away in a San Francisco, California hospital November 16, 1984 after a heart attack.

Memorial services were held Tuesday, November 20, 1984 at Dobkins Funeral Chapel, Dinuba, California with Bro. Joe Tomlinson, Church of Christ minister officiating. Burial was in the Smith Mountain Cemetery.

Grace married Richard J. Daugherty at Arnett, Oklahoma in 1938.

They lived in Reydon, Oklahoma a short time before moving to Dinuba, California in 1940 where they lived until 1979 when they moved to Rough and Ready, California in a retirement area near Grass Valley, California.

Grace was a long time member of the Church of Christ, she was loved by all who knew her.

She was employed by the J.C. Penney Company in Dinuba, California for 30 years and retired in 1979 as assistant manager.

She was preceded in death by her parents; one brother and her husband Richard "Dick" Daugherty.

Surviving are a daughter, Donna Terry of Visalia, California; three grandchildren, Sandra Bassett of El Cajon, California; Kim and Bill Terry of Visalia, California; two great grandchildren, Jamie and Drew Bassett of El Cajon, California; and one brother, Charles Burns of Cheyenne, Oklahoma.



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