Woodward – Funeral services for Albert Powell Ackley, 70, who died Friday in a local hospital, will be at 11 AM Monday in the First United Methodist Church of Woodward with the Rev. Connell Chormley officiating. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery under the direction of Good Samaritan Funeral Service.
Ackley was born December 15, 1909 in Wheeler County, Texas, to J. A. and Eva Ackley. He grew up there and attended Washita school. He married Gertrude McLarty January 4, 1934, and they had three children.
He had lived in Perryton, Canadian and the Wheeler area before moving to Woodward. He married Ina Barnett Ward December 29, 1956. He retired in 1977 after driving a truck for Fargo Co-op for 18 years.
He was preceded in death by one sister and three grandchildren.
Survivors include his wife, of the home; six children, Mrs. Tom (Jane) O'Brien, Mrs. Ellen Goss, Dallas, and James Ackley, San Diego, California, Mrs. Charles (Betty) Jeffress, Topeka, Kansas, Everett Ward, Nacoma, Texas, and Russell Ward, Mannford; 23 grandchildren, five great – grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
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