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Clyde Haskell Cyrus
Submitted by: Tim Dotterer

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Clyde H. and Earline FOX CYRUS

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Funeral services for Clyde Haskell Cyrus, 87, longtime Cherokee businessman, were at 2 PM Monday at the First United Methodist church with Dr. William R. Chace of Cordell and the Rev. Ron Weathers of Cherokee officiating. Burial was in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery, directed by Fisher Funeral Home. He died February 3, 1995 at the Scott White Hospital in Temple, Texas.

He was born August 31, 1907, in Anadarko to Dock and Minnie Ward Cyrus. He graduated from Oklahoma State University with a master's degree in agricultural economics. He married Earline Fox on December 26, 1933, in Perry. They moved to Cherokee in 1949 where he was a farmer and owned Abstract Guaranty. He was a member of First United Methodist church in Cherokee and was a 32nd degree Mason of Corinthian Lodge 307.

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