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Lulu Blanch Kruckenberg Anderson
© Enid News and Eagle
07-2000
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

© Enid News and Eagle

© Glenn

Earnest A. and Lulu B. ANDERSON

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery


The funeral for Lulu Blanch Kruckenberg Anderson, 98, will be 2 PM Friday at Henninger Allen Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Tony Randall will officiate. Burial will be in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery.

She was born September 28, 1901, in Pretty Prairie, Kansas, to Ed and Anna Elizabeth Bradford Parker and died Wednesday, July 12, 2000, at Grove Nursing Center in Grove.

She had lived in Enid most of her life, moving to Afton in July 1994.

On September 21, 1926, she married Earnest A. Anderson.

Surviving are one son, Kenneth of Afton; two granddaughters; five great grandchildren; and five great great grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husband, August 16, 1968, three brothers and two sisters.

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