Sam D. Rule © Cheyenne Star 05 May 1980 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Sam D. Rule of 902 West Sixth Street, Friona passed away at about 5:50 p.m. Thursday in the Farmer County Community hospital.
Graveside services were conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at Friona Cemetery under the direction of Parsons-Ellis Funeral Home.
Rule had been a Friona resident since 1929, moving to Friona from Cheyenne, Oklahoma.
He was born October 19, 1909, in Strong City, Oklahoma.
Sam was a retired farmer.
He married Inez Nora Allen December 29, 1931 in Cheyenne, Oklahoma.
Survivors include his wife, Inez; one daughter, Mrs. Patsy Riley of Friona; three sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Deaton of Lubbock, Texas; Mrs. Avis Wilkerson of Temple; and Mrs. Zayde Griffith of Friona.
Five brothers also survive, Bob of Friona; Boots of Dolores, Colorado; Buddy of Port Isabel, Texas; Ben of Atlanta, Georgia; and Jim of Yuma, Arizona; three grandchildren; and numerous friends.
Mr. Rule was a brother-in-law of Jesse Wright of Durham and the son-in-law of Mrs. Oder Allen.
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