George Everett Stauffer 03-1992 Submitted by: Tim Dotterer
The funeral for George Everett Stauffer, 86, was at 10:30 AM Tuesday at the First Baptist Church with the Rev. Mark Walters and Don Loomis officiating. Burial was in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery directed by Goodwin Funeral Home. He died Saturday, March 14, 1992, at Alfalfa County Hospital.
He was born February 9, 1906, in Fort Scott, Kansas, to George Milburn and Alberta Bell Rocky Stauffer. He attended school in Fort Scott and Larned, Kansas, and worked for Banta Construction Company.
On August 3, 1933, he married Fern Benson in Hutchinson, Kansas, and after working in the construction business there for five years they moved to Lambert where he began farming. He retired in 1981, and they moved to Cherokee. He was a member of First Baptist Church and Cherokee Rod and Gun Club.
Surviving are his wife; a daughter, Margie Dougherty of San Diego, California; two brothers, Melvin of Burlington and Clifford of Hutchinson, Kansas; a sister, Roberta Walsh of Kansas City; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by three brothers and five sisters.
Memorials may be made to Oklahoma Medical Research Diabetes Fund or a charity of the donor's choice through the funeral home.
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