Eureda "Aunt DD" (Tatham)
& Milas Drew O'Neal
Sallisaw City Cemetery
Sallisaw , Sequoyah County, Oklahoma
© Frances Allen Titsworth
Dec 28, 1919 - Oct 22, 2007
Obit for Eureda
Eureda "Aunt DD" O'Neal, age 87, of Sallisaw, Oklahoma passed away Thursday, October 18, 2007 in Muldrow, Oklahoma.
Service was on Monday, October 22, 2007 at Watts Holiness Church, West of Sallisaw. Clergyman were Rev. Terry Guthrie and Mr. Keith Tatham.
Eureda O'Neal was born on December 28, 1919 in Watts Community, Oklahoma to Lewis Arch Tatham and Winnie Etta Eskew Tatham.
She was a member of Watts Holiness Church.
Eureda O'Neal married Milas Drew O'Neal on October 4, 1957 in Stigler, Oklahoma.
Survivors; 2 brothers; Lelan Tatham of Cinnicinati, Ohio and Farris Tatham of Sallisaw, Oklahoma, 2 sister in laws; Virble Tatham of Sallisaw, Oklahoma and Hester Tatham of Tyler, Texas, several nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, 1 sister; Alma McKinney and 2 brothers; Ira and Leslie Tatham.
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