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A. Delia Anderson White
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

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Delia and Glen W. WHITE

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

A. Delia White was born February 25, 1909 in Arnett, Oklahoma to Tom and Julia (King) Anderson and passed away Sunday, January 21,2007 in the Harper Hospital, Harper, Kansas.

Delia was united in marriage to Glen White in Cherokee, Oklahoma on April 16. 1927. This union was blessed with two daughters, Donna & Dee Ann.

They lived on a farm east of Pilot Knob in Harper County. She was a member of the Harper United Methodist Church and attended regularly as long as her health permitted. Delia worked as a nurse aide at the Harper Hospital until her retirement.

Delia was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Glen in 1968, Two Brothers & Two Sisters.

She is survived by daughters ; Donna Long and her husband Richard, Dee Ann Reddick and her husband Craig, Three grandchildren, and Two great grandchildren.

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