Alice Elizabeth Wilson © Enid, OK. News Submitted by Tim Dotterer
Funeral services for Alice Elizabeth Wilson, 73, who died Monday at Cherokee Manorr, will be at 1:30 PM Thursday, June 8, in the First Baptist Church of Cherokee. The Rev. Larry Harlan and the Rev. Alan Runge will officiate. Burial will be in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery directed by Goodwin Funeral Home.
She was born January 26, 1916 in Cherokee and graduated from Cherokee high school.
She married Zack Wilson in May 1942 in Fort Worth, Texas, while he was in the Army. He died July 5, 1981.
She was Alfalfa County clerk for 22 years retiring in December, 1980. She had lived in Cherokee since that time.
She was a member of the Nazarene Church and Cherokee Business and Professional Women's Club.
She is survived by three sons, R. L. And Joe of Cherokee and Jack of Wichita, Kansas; three brothers, Virgil Scroggs of Fort Worth, Texas, Howard Scroggs of Waco, Texas, and new LeRoy Scroggs of Sun City, Arizona, and seven grandchildren.
In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by two sisters and a brother.
Memorials may be made to Boy or Girl Scouts of Cherokee or Alfalfa County Hospital.
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