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Rev. James Sanders
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Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Memorial services were held for Rev. James Sanders, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, November 27, 1989 at the Asbury United Methodist Church.
Rev. Sanders died on November 23, 1989 in Oklahoma City, following a stroke.
He was pastor of the Hammon United Methodist Church, 1960-62.
Survivors are his wife, Gloria; his mother, Helen Sanders of Electra, Texas; six children, Margo Hixon of Fresno, California; Macy Reynolds of Norman; Jason of Turpin; David of Schwabisch Gumnd, West Germany; Brian of Dibble; and Barry of Edmond; fifteen grandchildren; brothers, Robert C. of Altus, Oklahoma; Charles of Electra, Texas; sister, Evelyn Wilson of Lubbock, Texas; and numerous friends.


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