David Ray Proctor © Cheyenne Star 05 Jul 1973 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Funeral services for David Ray Proctor were held Thursday, June 28, 1973 at 1:00 a.m. at the Calvary Baptist with Reverend Kenneth Gordon of Cottonwood officiating. Mr. Proctor passed away June 24, 1973 in Las Vegas, Nevada where he made his home.
Memorial services were held June 27, 1973 in that city with the Moose Lodge of which he was an active member, in charge.
Mr. Proctor was born October 20, 1944 in Globe, Arizona.
He is survived by his wife, Edith; one son, David; and a daughter, Connie, all of Las Vegas; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Proctor, Sr.; one brother, Frank Proctor, Jr. of Cottonwood; two sisters, Mrs. Etta Augenstein of Williams; and Mrs. Oweita Calvert of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; five nieces and nephews; as well as numerous friends.
He was a nephew of Mrs. Nora Potter of Sayre, Oklahoma; and Mrs. A. E. Harrison of Ft. Supply, Oklahoma.
Walker Funeral Home was in charge of services with interment in the Williams Cemetery.
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