Arthur Henry Howard
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Friday, March 1, 2013
Rewritten by: Annajo Cantrell Limore
Arthur Henry Howard passed away January 2, 2001.
Mr. Howard was born April 9, 1910 in Redland, OK to William "Bill" and Rebecca (McMillian) Howard. He married Ruby Fogle on October 24, 1934 in Hanna, OK
Services were held at the Hanna Freewill Baptist Church on January 5, with burial following in the Hanna Cemetery, under the direction of Shurden Funeral Home.
He is preceded in death by his wife, (Jan. 20, 1966); a son Kenneth Ray Howard (Apr. 25, 1987); a brother Frank Howard and a half-brother Bud Howard.
He is survived by two sons - Billy Ray Howard and wife Marilyn of Hanna, Ray C. Howard and wife Maude of Hanna; three daughters - Alice Loretta Langston and husband Ray of Henryetta, Mamie Irene Phillips of Visalia, CA, and Wanda Marie Scott Glover and husband Jerry of Atwood. Also a daughter-in-law, Betty Jean Howard Shatswell of Eufaula and 18 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
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