Orville Henry Shaller © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Funeral services for Orville Henry Shaller, age 63 of Cheyenne, were held at the Cheyenne First Baptist Church on Friday, January 20, 1977 at 11:00 a.m.
Burial was in the Llano Cemetery in Amarillo, Texas directed by Scroggins Funeral Home of Cheyenne, Oklahoma.
Mr. Shaller was born May 10, 1914, in Canadian, Texas to Bertha Mattie Newman and Charles C. Shaller.
He moved with his parents in 1919 to the Red Moon Ranch northwest of Cheyenne. Later he lived with his grandparents and attended school at Canadian, Texas, at Shattuck and at Strong City.
His mother was a school teacher.
He graduated from Amarillo High School, attended Amarillo Junior College and Canyon College before finishing his formal education at Oklahoma A& M, Stillwater. He then began ranching and owned the Red Moon Ranch at the time of his death.
He was a director of the Western Oklahoma Royalty Association.
He was married to Ann Wallace May 10, 1958, at Cheyenne.
Survivors are his wife, Ann of the home; his mother, Mrs. Bertha Shaller of Abilene, Texas; one brother, Walter Shaller; as well as other relatives and friends.
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