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Mary DeAnn (Branson) Collette
Woodward News
Woodward, Oklahoma
March 23, 2011
Submitted by: Ann Weber


Mary DeAnn (Branson) Collette died due to injuries she received when her house burnt Feb. 6, 2011. Her husband was also injured in the fire. Burial is in New Home Cemetery in Pegg, Ok.

She was born to Norman Levi Branson & Nancy Louise (Monk) Branson on Nov. 27, 1957 in Slaton, Texas.

She married Marion Sandford (Sandy) Collette December 1975. She had 2 daughters, Chrystal DeAnn Charlena (Charlie) Laverne. They lived northeast of Peggs, OK.

She is survived by her husband, Sandy of Peggs, one daughter, Charlie Rodriguez and husband Frankie, 3 grandchildren, Cherokee Cheyenne, Celestino Tristan, Apache Marie and one brother Jesse Branson of Woodward, several cousin, 3 uncles and many friends.

She is preceded in death by her parents and one daughter.


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