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Howard Daniel & Vercy Lee (Terrell) Hagan

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Park Grove Cemetery
Broken Arrow, Tulsa County, Oklahoma
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Obit for Vercy posted by Glenn
Jun 10, 1916 - Jul 24, 1979

Enid Morning News
Date of death: 24 July 1979

Mrs. Howard (Lee) Hagen, a former resident of Enid, died Tuesday in her home at 2541 E. 11th Pl., Tulsa, following a sudden illness.

The Hagens moved from Enid about 12 years ago. While here, Mrs. Hagen was employed by Kennedy's Dress Shop and later by Shipley's Dress Shop.

Her funeral service was at 2 PM today in the Moore's Eastlawn Chapel at 1908 S. Memorial Drive in Tulsa, with burial there.

She is survived by her husband Howard of the home and a daughter, Linda Kay of San Diego, California.

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