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Gary Don Ezell
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Gary Don Ezell was born January 14, 1948 in Sayre, Oklahoma to Adeen and Betty Rogers Ezell.

Gary departed this life December 13, 1999 in his home in Marshall, Virginia after a hard fought battle with cancer.

He was laid to rest in National Memorial Park in Falls Church, Virginia.

Gary lived in many parts of the world, as his father, Adeen, was in the military.

He graduated from Washington and Lee High School in Arlington, Virginia. After graduating from his school, he joined the U.S. Navy where he spent 4 years. After receiving his discharge, he remained in the Washington, D.C. area.

On August 18, 1978 he was married to Susan Hawley, who survives him, along with their sons, Charles, Michael and Jeffrey.

Gary's one goal in life was to raise his three sons.

Gary is also survived by his parents, Adeen and Betty Ezell of Oklahoma City; and two sisters, Donavea Carruta of Lavaca, Arkansas; and Deena Ezell of Vail, Colorado.

Gary was the great nephew of Weldon Davis, Ruby Daw, Alta Scott and Frances Scott, all of Cheyenne, Oklahoma.

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