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Jabez McGowan
©Enid News and Eagle
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Jabez McGowan
WATONGA - The funeral for Jabez McGowan, 57, who died Friday at Oklahoma City, will be at 2p.m. Thursday at Watonga Christ Community Church. Burial will be in IOOF Cemetery directed by Wilkinson Mortuary.
Born in Eagle City March 17, 1931, he attended school at Prairie View and Watonga and graduated from Sallisaw High School. He was a veteran of the Korean Conflict and lived a short time in Fresno,Calif. He spent several years in Colorado before coming back to Oklahoma.
He was employed by the City of Bethany Waste Water Treatment Plant.
Preceding him in death were three brothers and two sisters.
Surviving are two brothers, Arthur of Watonga, and Lee of Placerville, Calif.; and four sisters, Eva St. John of Watonga, Effie Potter of Manteca, Calif., Lula Richardson of Fresno, and Emma Sergeant of Hawaii.

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