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Alma West

© The Eufaula Indian Journal, Eufaula, OK
Thursday, May 10, 2001
Submitted by: Annajo Cantrell Limore

Alma West was October 10, 1905 in Huron, TN to W. E. and Ada F. (Ross) Johnson, married R(obert) I. West on May 22, 1924 in Checotah, OK, and died April 29, 2001 at the Methodist Manor in Tulsa.

Services were May 3 at the Checotah First Methodist Church followed by burial in Greenlawn Cemetery under the direction of Smith Funeral Home of Checotah.

Survivors include a son, Robert I. Jr., and his wife Judy (Crupler) West of Broken Arrow, OK; a daughter, Bette Scott and her husband Reed of Muskogee, OK; three granddaughters; three grandsons and seven great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her parents, and in 1987 her husband.

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