Enid News and Eagle
Watonga – the funeral for Leta Viola Bradford, 92, will be 2 PM Friday in Watonga Christian Church. The Rev. Doyle Warren will officiate. Burial will be in Watonga I00F Cemetery. Arrangements are by Wilkinson Mortuary.
She was born December 31, 1909, in Quincy, Kansas, to George and Stella Osborn Gilmore and died Tuesday, January 1, 2002.
She had been a resident of the Watonga community for 68 years and was retired from her own insurance agency since 1977. She attended Amorita school and was a member of the Presbyterian Church. When it closed, she became a member of Watonga Christian Church. On June 24, 1933, she married Leslie L. "Pete" Bradford.
Surviving are her husband, Leslie of the home; two sons, James of Torrance, California, and Jerry of Watonga; one daughter, Carol Wray of Watonga; five grandchildren; and four great – grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by four brothers.
Memorials may be made to the church or to Ferguson Chapel in Watonga.
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