Watonga – Charles M. McCrary, 86, died Friday in Watonga Hospital, following an illness of several months.
Funeral service will be at 2 PM Monday in First Baptist Church with the Rev. J. Martin Edwards officiating. Burial will be in I00F Cemetery, Watonga, with Wilkinson Mortuary in charge of arrangements.
He was born March 15, 1894, near Macon, Georgia, to William Andrew and Nancy Jane McCrary. He was married to Virgie White at Vinita February 16, 1916, and she preceded him in death on May 28, 1973. He was a resident of the Watonga area for approximately 65 years and a retired farmer.
Survivors include four sons, Dr. Dean McCrary of Potomac, Maryland, Dr. Ed, Joe, and Jimmie McCrary, all of Watonga; four daughters, Mabel Greer and Alice Brickman, both of Watonga, Doris Gerlach of Enid, and Esther Cochenower, Indian Hills, Colorado; one brother, William Henry McCrary of Westville; one sister, Olivia Gaydon of Austell, Georgia; 21 grandchildren and 16 great – grandchildren. He was preceded in death by nine brothers and sisters.
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