Opal Henson Vandagriff © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Opal Henson Vandagriff, daughter of the late Harry Henson and Ann Dunn Henson, was born January 22, 1916, in Reydon, Oklahoma, and departed this life December 1, 1992, in West Plains, Missouri at the age of 76 years, 10 months and 9 days.
She was united in marriage November 3, 1934, in Sweetwater, Oklahoma to Herman R. Vandagriff.
She is survived by her husband, Herman of the home in West Plains, Missouri; two daughters, Patricia Summers and her husband Everett of West Plains, Missouri; and Betty O'Dell and her husband, James of West Plains, Missouri; one brother, Bill Henson of Doniphan, Missouri; five grandchildren, Everett Loyd Summers, Jr. of West Plains, Missouri; Linda Sue Nate and her husband, Benny of Springfield, Missouri; James O'Dell Jr., Kathy Ann O'Dell and Davis M. O'Dell, all of West Plains, Missouri; and one great grandchild, Trenton Nale of Springfield, Missouri.
She was preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Gracie Collier; two brothers, Norman and Oden Henson; and two sisters, Goldie Trissel and Naomi Dooley.
Burial in Wayside Cemetery, Brandsville.
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