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Joseph Earl Yowell
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Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Joseph Earl Yowell was born September 28, 1907 at Rankin, Oklahoma, and passed away March 3, 1980 at Phoenix, Arizona.
Services were Thursday, March 6, 1980, at Memory Lawn Mausoleum Chapel. Officiating was Mr. George E. Dukes of the Church of Christ.
Earl was married to Katie Long on November 10, 1932 at Reydon, Oklahoma.
They moved to Arizona in January of 1937 where he lived until his death.
He was preceded in death by his father, Frank Yowell; his mother, Lou Yowell; and one brother, Edd Yowell.
Survivors are his wife, Katie, of the home in Phoenix, Arizona; three brothers, Tony, Ernie and Neely Yowell, all of Reydon, Oklahoma; and one sister, Arrahwanna Howard of Eufaula, Oklahoma.
Earl was a member of the Methodist Church and was also a Veteran of World War II.
He was retired from the Phoenix Water Company.
Entombment was in the Memory Lawn Mausoleum.

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