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Blaine County, Oklahoma

Watonga IOOF Cemetery

© Enid Morning News 
December 1981
Submitted by: Glenn

Juanita (Crawford) Anderson

September 12, 1910 ~ December 21, 1981

Watonga – Juanita Anderson, 71, died Monday in a Watonga hospital.

Graveside services will be conducted at 2 PM Wednesday in the I00F Cemetery at Watonga with the Rev. J. Martin Edward officiating. Arrangements are by Wilkinson Mortuary.

Mrs. Anderson was born September 12, 1910, at Greenfield to Frank and Ora Helm Crawford. She attended schools at Greenfield, and had been a resident of the Watonga area most of her life.

Survivors include one brother, Fleet Crawford, Long Beach, California; one nephew, Bill Crawford, two nieces, Grace Strack and Alice Scheurer, all of Watonga; six great – nieces and nephews; and six great – great – nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and infant son and husband. 

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