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Edna Dewees Ray
© The Elk City Daily News
26 Jun 1999
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Funeral services for Edna Dewees Ray of Chino, California were held Tuesday, June 29, 1999 at Draper Memorial Chapel.
Entombment followed in Bellevue Mausoleum in Chico, California under the direction of Draper Mortuary.
Edna Ray was born February 7, 1904 in Pirtie, Oklahoma and died June 24, 1999 at Upland Rehabiliation and Convalescent Hospital at the age of 95.
She had lived in Chino for the past seventeen years from 1971 until 1989.
Edna was a homemaker and a member of Pomona Valley's Life Center.
Survivors include three sons, Edward Ray of Chino; Carrel Ray of Albuquerque, New Mexico; and Cecil Ray of Amarillo, Texas; two sisters, Pauline Edler of Aztec, New Mexico; and Allene Stewart of Hammon; a brother, Lloyd Dewees of Aztec, New Mexico; four grandchildren; four great grandchildren; and numerous friends.

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