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Seventh-Day Adventist Cemetery

aka Adventist aka Weis

Shattuck, Ellis County, OK

© Enid Morning News 
Submitted by: Glenn

Arlen Lee Kraft

August 18, 1959 ~ December 12, 1985

Shattuck – Arlen Lee Kraft, 26, died Thursday. Services will be at 2 PM Sunday at the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Elder Mike McPeters will officiate. Burial will be at the Seventh Day Adventist Cemetery under direction of Good Samaritan Funeral Service.

Kraft was born August 18, 1959, in Perryton, Texas. He spent his early years in Logan and made his home in Shattuck for the past 15 years. On November 3, 1982, he married Jeanna Wilson in Harrah.

He was preceded in death by his mother.

Survivors include his wife, his father, Godfrey Kraft of Harrah; a step – daughter, Michelle, of the home; a sister, Karen Choate of Hennessey; a half – sister and two half – brothers. 

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