Nevada Mae (Duncan)
Sep 27, 1916 - Apr 16, 1987
Submitted by: Glenn
Date of Death 16 Apr 1987
Crescent – Nevada M. Beckmon, 70, died Thursday at a Crescent nursing home. Services will be at 2 PM Saturday at the First Baptist Church there with the Rev. C. Fred Williams and the Rev. M. R. Tidwell officiating.
Burial will follow at the
Banner Cemetery, east of Dover, directed by Abernathy Funeral Home, Crescent.
She was born September 27, 1916, in Bixby and was a homemaker. She had lived at Crescent before moving to Osage in 1975. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Osage.
On June 5, 1938, she married Wilbur L. Horn. He died April 5, 1965. She married Alfred E. Beckmon on October 12, 1968, in Fairday, Louisiana. He died March 23, 1987.
Survivors include a son, Larry Horn, Crescent; two daughters, Mary Frates and Patricia Carnes, both of Crescent; 10 grandchildren, and six great – grandchildren.
She also was preceded in death by two sisters and a granddaughter.
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