Vivian Louise Franklin 10-1988 Submitted by: Tim Dotterer
The funeral for Vivian Louise Franklin, 79, who died Sunday at the local hospital, was at 2 PM Wednesday, October 19, at the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Alan Runge officiated. Burial was in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery directed by Goodwin Funeral Home.
Vivian Louise Lambert was born June 27, 1909, in Lambert and graduated from Cherokee High School in 1929. She graduated in 1930 from Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee. She married Russell Enlow. They lived in Felt where she taught school for three years.
In 1933, she married Gene Franklin in Oklahoma City. They moved to Cherokee in 1957. She was a teacher librarian for the Cherokee school system from 1959 to 1974 when she retired.
She was a member of the First Baptist Church, Order of the Eastern Star, Past Matrons Club, Delta Phi Gamma, Cherokee Business and Professional Women's Club, Alfalfa County Historical Society and Alfalfa County Retired Teachers Association.
She is survived by her husband and two sons, Jack Enlow of Sacramento, California, and Mike Franklin of Enid.
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