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Dick Lewis Barnes

Submitted by Jo Aguirre
©Enid News and Eagle (OK)

Enid News and Eagle
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The funeral for Dick Lewis Barnes, 65, of Watonga will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Nazarene Church, Watonga. Dee Humphreys will officiate. Burial will be in IOOF Cemetery , Watonga. Arrangements are by Wilkinson Mortuary, Watonga.

He was born July 15, 1940, in Watonga to Thomas Lewis and Mozell Ramey Barnes and died Friday, April 7, 2006 at his home.

He graduated from Watonga High School in 1958. He married Barbara Clark July 20, 1963, at Watonga, where they made their home.

He worked as a land man many years in several states, most recently for TS Dudley Land Co., Oklahoma City.

Surviving are his wife, Barbara of the home; one son, Tommy Barnes of Gage; and two grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by three brothers and one granddaughter.

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