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Lela Faye Hood
© Enid Morning News
12-1982
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

© Glenn

Lela Faye and Leslie Earl HOOD

Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Aline


February 27, 1924 - Decembrer 19, 1982

Aline Services for Lela Faye hood, 58, Saginaw, Texas, who died Sunday in Fort Worth, Texas, will be at 2 PM Thursday in the First Christian Church at Aline.

The Rev. Loren Ryel amd the Rev. Don Krumrel will officiate at the rites. Mrs. Hood will be buried in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery at Aline. Arrangements are under the direction of the Marshall Funeral Home of Waynoka.

Mrs. Hood was born in Woods County February 27, 1924. She and Leslie Hood were married at Alva in October 1941. They lived in Enid until moving to Saginaw in 1968.

In addition to her husband Leslie, Mrs. Hood is survived by two sons, Leslie Hood Jr., Fort Worth and Stephen W. Hood, Saginaw; a daughter, LaDonna Kaye Hood, Newark, Texas; a brother, Dale Clow, Hayward, California; four grandchildren; her mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Murray of Waynoka.

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