Marie C. Holland Woodmansee 11-1994 Submitted by: Tim Dotterer
Enid – Graveside services for Marie C. Woodmansee, 89, Enid, were at 2 PM Saturday at Cherokee Municipal Cemetery with Chaplain Norman "Shorty" Unruh, Enid, officiating. A Memorial service was Monday at the First Presbyterian Church Watchorn Hall in Oklahoma City, with Pastor Mark D. Heaney officiating. Fisher Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. She died November 9, 1994, at Bass Memorial Baptist Hospital, Enid.
She was born March 1, 1905, in Gate to Fred and Jennie Holcomb Holland. She married Harry O. Woodmansee April 28, 1924, in Medicine Lodge, Kansas. He died October 6, in 1956. She married Carl Curtis Smith July 31, 1965, in Oklahoma City. He died May 23, 1980. She married Homer Veon Wallace June 2, 1984, in Oklahoma City. He died January 25, 1989.
She was a homemaker. She had lived in Cherokee until 1949 when she moved to Oklahoma City. She moved to Enid in 1993. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Art League, Shriners Bridge Club and China Painter Association, all in Oklahoma City.
She is survived by two sons, Ray Woodmansee of Enid and Wayne Woodmansee of Seattle, Washington; four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Besides her husband's, she was preceded in death by a daughter Betty in 1980
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