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Wayne Ivins

Submitted by Jo Aguirre
©Enid News and Eagle (OK)

Enid News and Eagle
Publish Date January 6, 2013


ENID - Wayne Ivins, 91, was born May 17, 1921, in Hydro to Glen and Pearl Ivins and died Jan. 3, 2013.

He married Laverne Smith April 11, 1942.

Wayne was preceded in death by his father, Glen Ivins, and his mother, Pearl Ivins.

Surviving are his spouse, Laverne, of the home in Watonga ; children, Marlin (Frankie) Ivins and Glenda Brown; grandchildren, Shelly, Marla, Charles and Russel; 10 great-grandchildren; and eight great-great grandchildren.

Funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday, Jan. 7, 2013, at Nazarene Church, Watonga . Burial follows at IOOF cemetery in Watonga . Arrangements by Wilkinson Mortuary.

Memorials to organization of choice.

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