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Myrtle May Eaton Denney
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Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Myrtle May Eaton Denney passed away November 14, 1993 at the local convalescent hospital in Lodi, California. She was 94 years old.

Myrtle was born April 13, 1899 and was raised in Leedey, Oklahoma where she attended schools.

She married James H. Denney on February 6, 1917 in Leedey where they resided until 1943 when the moved to Stockton.

They moved to Lodi in 1963.

She loved children and over the past 40 years she has tended several in her home.

She was a member of the First Baptist Church.

She loved quilting, enjoyed Bible study, music {especially religious tapes}, and she looked forward to reading about her hometown in the weekly paper from back home.

She was preceded in death by her husband, James H. Denney and three brothers, Ollie, Edwin and Jewell Eaton.

Survivors include four daughters, Oneta Hudson of Georgia; Winnifred Kniegh of Idaho; LaVeda Herr of Olivehurst, California; and Barbara Hiers of Lodi, California; three sons, James L. Denney of Stockton; Talbert L. Denney of Gardnerville, Nevada; and Ardell Denney of Stockton, California; two sisters, Thelma Bolander of Reedley, California; and Velma Poore of Oklahoma; 23 grandchildren, 37 great grandchildren, 19 great great grandchildren; as well as numerous friends.

Services were at Cherokee Memorial Park with Pastor David Mitchell of the First Baptist Church.

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