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Pearlie Lee Crabtree Parks
© Elk City Daily News
06 Jul 1979
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Funeral services for Pearlie Lee Crabtree Parks, age 87, were held at 2:00 p.m. July 3, 1979 in the Reydon Community Building with Rev. Eddie Overstreet officiating. Burial was in the Union Chapel cemetery under the direction of Rose Chapel of Cheyenne.
Mrs. Parks died Sunday, July 1, 1979 in Oklahoma City after a lengthy illness.
She was born June 13, 1892 in Eastland county, Texas.
Survivors are three daughters, Velva Postlewait of Lake Isabella, California; Johnnie Carpenter of Hammon; Nadia Martin of Plainview, Texas; six sons, Elzy Parks of Guthrie; William Parks of Reydon; Henry L. Parks of Levelland, Texas; Byron Parks of Denver, Colorado; Dick Parks of Canyon City, Colorado; thirty five grandchildren; thirty three great grandchildren; one great great grandchild; four sisters, Claras Veteto of Vernon, Texas; Mattie Foote of Duncan, Arizona; Edna Byler of Freona, California; and Leona Brothers of Happy, Texas; as well as other relatives and friends.


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