Enid Morning News
Date of Death: 27 October 1985
Watonga – the funeral for Leslie "Chuck" Godwin, 69, who died Sunday at a Watonga hospital, will be 2 PM Wednesday at the First United Methodist Church there. The Reverend Richard McIlnay will officiate. Burial will be at I00F Cemetery under direction of Wilkinson Mortuary.
Godwin was born July 30, 1916, in Fay to Burnis LeRoy and Princess Belle Boyd Godwin. He had lived in the Fay and Watonga communities all of his life where he was a farmer and rancher. He attended Fay schools and was a member of the First United Methodist Church at Watonga. On May 13, 1939, he married Rose Ashton at Watonga.
Survivors include his wife, Rose; a son, Johnny Chuck Godwin, Okmulgee; a daughter, Karen Randolph, Fay; a brother, LeRoy "Son" Godwin, Cortez, Colorado; a sister, Darlene Rice, Watonga; seven Grandchildren; and a great – grandchild.
Memorials in his name may be made to the American Cancer Society and/or the Watonga Municipal Hospital.
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