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Mildred Ann Newton Hague
© Billings Funeral Home
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

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© Glenn

Mildred Ann and Alfred D. HAGUE

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Funeral service for Ann Hague, 88 will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, March 21, 2011 in the First United Methodist Church with the Reverend Charlie Graves officiating. Burial will be in the Cherokee Municipal Cemetery in Cherokee at 2:30 p.m. Arrangements are under the direction of the Billings Funeral Home.

Mildred Ann Hague went to rest in the arms of her Lord on March 14, 2011. Ann, as she was known by her family and friends, was born in Helena, Oklahoma on May 28, 1922. She graduated from Helena High School in 1940 and after attending Northwestern State University for one year, moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma where she worked during World War II. Ann married her one and only love Pvt. Alfred Donavon ďDonĒ Hague of Cherokee on September 4, 1943. Don died on December 8, 1951 and Ann never remarried. Shortly after Donís death, Ann moved to Woodward where she lived the remainder of her life. After moving to Woodward, Ann went to work for Northwestern Electric Cooperative where she retired in 1985 after 34 years as bookkeeper and office manager. She was a long time member of the Woodward First United Methodist Church. In addition to being active in guild and Sunday School it was mandatory that she provide her famous homemade rolls for all church dinners. Ann spent many hours volunteering for Meals on Wheels. She loved to play all types of games but her passion was bridge. She was a regular bridge player at the Woodward Senior Center as well as several other bridge groups.

Ann was preceded in death by her father Charles E. Newton; her mother Alice Caroline Divine Newton; her step-mother Jenny Newton; her husband Alfred Donavon Hague; one son Charles Donovan Hague; two brothers, Russell and Jim Newton, and two sisters Opal Oringderff and Velma Dyer.

She is survived by one sister, Roberta Roberts of Woodward; one brother Charles Newton of Waynoka; one son Alfred Kent Hague and his wife Crickette of Mustang; one daughter Suzann Allison and her husband Bill of Edmond; one daughter-in-law Susan Hague of Woodward. She was Granny to her three surviving grandsons, Branch Hague and wife April of Mustang; Beau Hague and wife Heather of Woodward; Kevin Hague of Oklahoma City. She was Grammy to her two surviving granddaughters, Emily Steels and husband Duncan of New York, NY and Erin Howell of Edmond. She was G.G. to her eight great grandchildren, Brylei and Hudson Hague of Mustang; Madeline, Hank, and Hampton Hague of Woodward; Ridlely and Mason Steels of New York City, and Ella Miller of Edmond. She also had many nieces and nephews who loved her dearly.

Annís ever positive attitude and always visible faith never gave way to the fact that she was a long time cancer survivor. She was always referred to as one of the sweetest persons Iíve ever met, but that twinkle in her eye always revealed the little bit of mischief that was just below the surface. She was deeply loved and will be greatly missed.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to the One Thousand Hills Ranch Church or the charity of your choice with the funeral home accepting the memorials.

Alfred D. Hague
© The Fighting Men of Oklahoma
Submitted by: Linda Cardenas

© Linda Cardenas

PFC Hague served 22 months in the ETO with the 3rd Army, 503rd MP Bn., Co. C, participating in the Battle of the Bulge. He received his discharge Oct. 31, 1945 and was awarded the EAME Medal w/5 Battle Stars.

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