Nola Peters Dill © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Nola Peters Dill was born in Tucumcari, New Mexico in 1915 and died January 10, 2000 in California.
She attended school at Emerson in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma.
She later moved to California in 1937. She worked for Shell Oil Company as a research engineer retiring in 1970.
She enjoyed gardening, canning and collecting antiques.
She had lived at the Guardian Ygnacio facility for the past six years.
Survivors include her husband of 57 years, Belvin; her son, Robert Gilliland of Mojave, California; a brother, Lawrence Peters of Santa Cruz, California; two grandchildren, nieces, nephews; and sisters-in-law, Jewel Peters of Bethany, Oklahoma; and Vera Peters of Clinton, Oklahoma. She was preceded in death by her parents, Rosa Peters and Lawrence Peters; brothers Jack, Jodie and Ray Peters; and one sister Clodell "Teddy" Klehs.
Memorial gifts may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 330 Distel Circle, Suite A., Los Altos, California 94002.
Burial in Rolling Hills Memorial Park, El Sobrante, Contra Costa County, California
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