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Obituary
Whitebead Cemetery, Garvin County, Oklahoma
Submitted by: Ruth Hasten Walsh

© The Pauls Valley Daily Democrat
Pauls Valley, Oklahoma
August 2, 1985

Dolly [Cox] Loper
December. 22, 1920 - August 2, 1985


Dolly Loper, 64, of Maysville, died Friday, Aug. 2, 1985, at Pauls Valley General Hospital. Funeral services will be held Sunday, Aug. 4, at 2:30 p.m. at the Stufflebean Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be at the Whitebead Cemetery under the direction of Stufflebean Funeral Home.

Loper was born in Arkansas Dec. 22, 1920. She lived in Pauls Valley most of her life and was a Baptist.

Survivors include: eight sons, Clouda (sic - Claude) Britt of Calif., Edward Britt of Kingfisher, Jessie Loper, of Oklahoma City, Junior Loper, Padget Loper, A.C. Loper, George Loper and Ray Loper, all of Pauls Valley; three daughters, Lou McDonald and Sue Burns, both of Pauls Valley, and Lena Sherrill, Elmore City; two sisters D__ LaMay of Oklahoma City, Katie Smith of Abilene, Texas, ... grandchildren; and 38 great grandchildren

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