Annis Therice McClellan Rupert © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Annis Therice McClellan Rupert was born January 31, 1915 in Strong City, Oklahoma and passed from this life to eternal rest at Nightingale Hospital in El Campo, Texas June 26, 1955 at the age of forty years and five months.
She was united in marriage to Norman Elwood Rupert January 17, 1937 and to this union two daughters and two sons were born.
She had been a resident of Port Arthur, Texas for many years and of Blessing, Texas for the past four years.
She was a devoted wife and mother and leaves to mourn her passing her husband, her four children: Sandra YoAnn, Jimmy Elwood, Cynthis Ann and Gary Trevin; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McClellan of Erick, Oklahoma; her sisters, Mrs. Ray Hassell of Palestine, Texas; and Mrs. Connie Vermillion of Elk City, Oklahoma; her brothers, Mr. Warren G. McClellan of Borger, Texas; Mr. Kermit McClellan of Houston, Texas; Mr. Johnny McClellan of Sayre, Oklahoma; and Mr. Clarence McClellan of Phoenix, Arizona; as well as many other relatives and friends.
Burial in Hawley Cemetery, El Maton, Texas.
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