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Roy C. Geer

© THE INDIAN JOURNAL, Eufaula, OK
Thursday, May 10, 2001
Submitted by: Annajo Cantrell Limore

ROY C. GEER was born Oct. 16, 1912 in Stoneburg, TX to Otto and Ethel (Beasley) Geer.

He married Lois Ramsey on Oct. 7, 1919 in Monterey, CA and died May 3, 2001 in Tulsa.

Services were May 5, at Hitchita-Lackey Cemetery under the direction of Smith Funeral Home of Checotah.

He was preceded in death by his parents and in 1994 by his wife.

Survivors include two sons: Houston Geer of Modesto, Ca and Larry Geer of Saginaw, MI; six daughters: Pat Hale of Saginaw, Evelyn Brown of Hitchita, Nancy Ellis of Ft. Gibson, OK, Norma Myers of Checo, CA, Marsha Mancroff of Richmond, CA and Diana Gallis of Oakland, CA; two brothers: Otto Geer oHenryetta, OK and Alvis Geer of Oildale, CA; four sisters: Ruth Bratcher of Pauls Valley, OK, Bessie Keiback of Long Beach, Bernice Black of Bakersfield, and Rena Diehl of CA; twenty-one grandchildren and thirty-two great-grandchildren.


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