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Blaine County, Oklahoma

Watonga IOOF Cemetery


© Enid Morning News 
Submitted by: Glenn

Jack C. Huffman

May 19, 1914 ~ May 26, 1979

Watonga - Jack C. Huffman, 65, died Saturday. Service will be at 2 PM Tuesday in Trinity Baptist Church, with the Rev. Russell Murrell officiating. Burial will be in I00F Cemetery under direction of Wilkinson Mortuary.

Huffman was born May 19, 1914, to Tobias and Sophia Huffman in Emmett. He was a resident of Blaine County since 1930 and worked as hotel manager in Watonga.

On July 29, 1937, he married Erma Waggoner. He was a member of the Trinity Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife; three daughters, Mary Deane and Evelyn Boyd, both of Watonga, Geraldine Jones of Junction City, Kansas; a brother, Floyd of Corning, California; a sister, Juanita Miller of Irving, Texas, and six grandchildren. 


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