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Dale P. Ashton

December 25, 1928 ~ May 05, 1985

Enid Morning News
Date of death: 5 May 1985

Watonga – The funeral for Dale P. Ashton, 56, a former resident of Watonga who died in Anthony, New Mexico, was conducted at 2 PM Thursday in the First Baptist Church at Watonga. The Rev. J. Martin Edwards officiated. Burial was in the I00F Cemetery under direction of Wilkinson Mortuary.

Ashton was born December 25, 1928, at Watonga to Mabel and John Ashton. He lived in the Greenfield and Watonga communities for many years, and had graduated from Greenfield school in 1946. He then served six years with the United States Air Force, and later was personnel director in the federal prison in New Mexico, retiring in 1984.

Survivors include his mother, Mabel Ashton, Watonga; a brother, Orville Ashton, Antioch, California; and two sisters, Betty Garrett, Arvin, California, and Geraldine Jump, Avoca, Arkansas. 


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