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Fern Crall Reynolds
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Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Fern Crall Reynolds passed away January 14, 1993 in a nursing home in Lamar, Missouri.
Fern was the daughter of Shorty and Flora E. Crall, residents of Reydon, Oklahoma some years ago.
She was born January 24, 1907.
She married Marion Russell Reynolds on December 3, 1929 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
She and Marion owned a farm in Liberal, Missouri.
She was preceded in death by her parents. They were laid to rest at Liberal City cemetery, Liberal, Missouri, where Fern will be laid to rest.
She is survived by her husband, Marion R. Reynolds, who is in a nursing home in Lamar, Missouri; one sister-in-law living in Reydon, Oklahoma, Margilu Reynolds; as well as other relatives and friends.


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