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Abney Cemetery
Garvin County, Oklahoma

Submitted by: Jesse R. Spurlock


July 23, 1980

Daniel Floyd Lindsay

Daniel Floyd Lindsay, born July 24, 1959 in Huntington Park, California.

Danny served in the U. S. Army.

On July 23, 1980, he died of a gunshot wound at his home in Coweta, Oklahoma. Although there were suspicious circumstances to indicate otherwise, his death was officially listed as self-inflicted.

He was traumatized as a young boy when he discovered his father's body hanging in a closet of the family home.

His services were officiated by Pastor Sykes, First Baptist Church, Stratford, Okla., under he direction of Pickard Funeral Home.

Danny married Tammie Jensen of Coweta on March 31, 1978 in Tacoma, Washington. They had no children.

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