Ray C. Sharp © Alva Review-Courier 01-02-2002 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Ray C. Sharp, 61, Cherokee
Funeral services will be held Jan. 3 at 2 p.m. at the Cherokee High School Auditorium. Rev. Roland Youngberg will officiate. Interment follows in the Cherokee Municipal Cemetery , Cherokee, under the direction of Fisher Funeral Home, Cherokee. Memorials may be made to the Pioneer Spirit Foundation or the United Methodist Church, both of Cherokee.
Survivors include his wife, Loretta, of Cherokee; his mother, Ruby Sharp of Dacoma; three daughters: Barbara Watson of Great Bend, Kan., Jeannette DeVore of Clearwater, Kan., and Brenda Scripsick of Wichita, Kan.; five brothers: Roy Sharp of WEatherford, Larry Sharp of Garber, Bill Sharp of Dacoma, Gary Sharp of Enid, and Robert Sharp of Ames ; five sisters: Wilma Fleming of Wichita, Kan., Glenda Lewis of Alva, Betty Davidson of Florence, S.C., Mary Maltby of Pratt, Kan., and Connie Flaming of Alva; and one grandchild, Joseph DeVore of Clearwater, Kan
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