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Clayton E. Mabra
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell


Funeral services were held Saturday, June 9, 1978 for Clayton E. Mabra of Pacific, Washington.

He was born in Elk City, Oklahoma, January 3, 1923, living in Oklahoma and Texas until moving to Washington in 1954.

He was a World War II veteran.

He had worked for the Boeing Company and had been a fireman for 23 years.

Survivors include his widow, Norma; three children, Sandra Lee Williams; Ricky Eugene; and Kathy Ann, all of Seattle; two grandchildren, Scott Allen Williams and Vanessa Kay Mabra; two brothers, Bill and Bob of Reydon, Oklahoma; Jack of Amarillo, Texas; three sisters, Annie Clift of Reydon; Mable Fetty of Sayre, Oklahoma; and Edith Bartz of Spearman, Texas.


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