Watonga – the funeral for Clyde Graham, 82, who died Friday in a Watonga nursing center, will be at 2 PM Monday in the First Christian Church there. Cecil Harlin and Bob Davis will officiate. Burial will be in the I00F Cemetery under direction of Wilkinson Mortuary.
Graham was born January 11, 1902, at Hitchcock to James and Annabelle Graham. In 1931, he moved to Watonga. He had also lived in Canada for several years. While at Watonga, he was custodian for the hospital for 25 years. He had attended schools at Eagle City and in Arkansas and was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. He had also served with the Watonga Fire Department for more than 20 years.
On December 9, 1926, he and Edith Petty were married in Edson, Alberta, Canada.
Survivors include his wife, Edith, of the home in Watonga; two sons, Raymond, San Antonio, Texas, and Toy, Oklahoma City; three sisters, Lucy Briggs, Stilwell, Hazel Chalmers, Cardiss, Saskatchewan, Canada, and Floy Lister, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada; six grandchildren; and four great – grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and three sisters.
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