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Ricky "J. R." Dennis
Submitted by Jo Aguirre
©Enid News and Eagle (OK)

Enid News and Eagle
Publish Date May 25, 2007


A graveside service for Ricky "J. R." Dennis, 57, of Watonga will be 10 a.m. Tuesday in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Watonga. The Rev. David Johnson will officiate. Arrangements are by Wilkinson Mortuary of Watonga.

He was born Aug. 3, 1949, in Watonga to Orlin and Ruby Dennis and died Saturday, May 26, 2007, in Oklahoma City.

He graduated from Watonga High School in 1967 and attended Okmulgee Tech before serving in the Army. He received the Army Commendation Medal with V Device for bravery in Vietnam and Cambodia. He married Marva Pinegar Oct. 11, 1987.

Surviving are his wife, Marva; two sons, Ricky Caleb and Eric Paul of Yukon; three sisters, Athena Price of Tulsa, and Loretta Young and Francis Lamothe, both of Watonga; and his parents, Orlin and Ruby Dennis.

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