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Shattuck Memorial Cemetery
Shattuck, Ellis County, OK

aka IOOF

Photo © Donna Barnes 
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Brad Allen Schick

photo on gravestone
photo on gravestone
June 9, 1961 ~ June 3, 1978

Services for Brad Allen Schick were held Tuesday, June 6, 1978 under the direction of Good Samaritan Funeral
Home. Burial followed at Shattuck Cemetery .

Brad was born June 9, 1961 to Joe Dan and Mary Matthews Schick and died June 3, 1978.

He was killed when he was steadying a steel water windmill and the blade accidently touched a live power line. His brother, Todd , was also burned in the incident and his father was admitted to the ICU Unit at Shattuck in a severe state of shock.  

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