Lovie Irene Kirk Petty © Cheyenne Star 16 Oct 2003 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Lovie Irene Kirk Petty was born January 23, 1910 in Elmer, Oklahoma to Steven Henry Kirk and Susie Verena Wooley Kirk and passed away October 5, 2003 in Davis, Oklahoma.
Services were held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 8, 2003 at the East Main Church of Christ in Davis, Oklahoma, officiated by Dwight Brown and Charles Billingsley.
Interment was in the Greenwood Memorial Park in Ft. Worth, Texas under the direction of Fox Funeral Home, Davis, Oklahoma.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Luther Church; and husband Clifton Petty; one daughter, Doyce Wilson; and brothers, Elmo, Grady and Jerry Kirk.
Suvivors include her son, Terry Church and wife Linda; stepdaughter, Tonya Kaye Seale and husband Don; son-in-law, Henry Wilson; brothers, Steve Kirk and wife Mavis; and Lawrence Kirk and wife Susan; grandchildren, Kathy Morris, Gerald Church, Sandra Woodruff, LaVona, Wesley and Terry Wilson, Steven, Tammy, Douglas and Kevin Seale; great grandchildren, Timmy Don Morris, Krysty Anthis, Clayton Church, Cayleb and Alyssa Woodruff, Brandon, Grady, Amy, April and Valerie Wilson, Ryan, Bittany and Emily Skelton, Dailey, Ian, Derrek and Halle Purdon, Tiffany, Ashley, Stephanie, Ethan and Lauren Seale; great great grandchildren, Trenton Anthis, Alexandria and Taylor Morris; as well as other relatives and friends.
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