Jewel Gray Patterson © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Died Sunday, March 27, 1966 in San Antonio, Texas, Mrs. Jewel Gray Patterson of 5101 Arcadia St., wife of the late Earl S. Patterson.
She was born February 22, 1904 in Oklahoma to Arthur L. and Martha A. Bruton Gray.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. C. Lyle Bradshaw of San Antonio, Texas; and Mrs. Herbert L. Fox of Richmond; two sisters, Mrs. J. H. Wilhelm of Jena, Louisiana; and Mrs. J. H. Anderson of Hacienda Heights, California; two brothers, D. H. Gray of Garden Grove, California; and H. I. Gray of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; also one grandson.
Remains will rest at the Henry W. Woody Funeral Home, 25th St. and Jefferson Ave., until 12 noon Thursday, then at St. James Methodist Church, where services will be conducted at 2 p.m. with interment in Oakwood cemetery.
Jewel Patterson, daughter of the late Arthur L. and Martha A. Bruton Gray, old timers in Roger Mills, attended the old Rankin school, later attending the Cheyene high school. She made Reydon her home until she was called to the bedside of her husband, who was in a TB sanitarium in the east.
She spent 34 years in Virginia and raised two fine daughters.
She was very faithful to the Methodist Church and was the leading soloist. She was called upon by other churches to help present special programs; she helped the Baptist present their programs many times always faithful as if her own.
She lead a full life doing for others.
She was ready to meet her Lord.
Many friends and loved one will miss this one.
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