Aubrey P. Tatro 04-1986 Submitted by: Tim Dotterer
Funeral services for Aubreyy P. Tatro, 79, will be at 10:30 AM Wednesday at the First Christian Church with the Rev. Gene Spillman officiating. Burial will be at Cherokee Municipal Cemetery under the direction of Fisher Funeral Home. He died April 20 at the Carmen Home.
Tatro was born July 12, 1906, to Eugene and Mary Jane (Jenkins) Tatro in Barber County, Kansas. He moved to the Cherokee area when eight years old.
He was sheriff of Alfalfa County for 12 years, was in the oil business in Cherokee, and after retirement, worked as a carpenter. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy in World War II, a member of First Christian Church and the Masonic Lodge and was one of the founders of the Cherokee Barbershop Quartet.
He married Ruth Turner August 24, 1978, in Moore.
He is survived by his wife of the home; two sons, Nick, of the State of Texas, and Mike, Ringwood; one daughter, Sue Ann Tatro, Centerville, Iowa; one step daughter, Vicki Shaw, Oklahoma City; one brother, Ralph, Medicine Lodge, Kansas, and seven grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the Carmen Home with the funeral home as custodian.
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