L. V. Keenon
© The Eufaula Indian Journal, Eufaula, OK
Thursday, May 10, 2001
Submitted by: Annajo Cantrell Limore
L. V. Keenon was born on May 8, 1923 at Bennington, OK to James K and Ethel (Hampton) Keenon, married Martha Anderson on April 18, 1941 at Banty, OK, and died April 30, 2001 at Countryside Estates Nursing Home in Warner.
Services were held May 3 in the Hope Baptist Church, Checotah followed by burial in Pierce Cemetery under the direction of Hampton Mortuary, Checotah.
He was preceded in death by a son, L. C. Keenon Jr. and a daughter, Janie Laverne Keenon.
Survivors include his wife; a son, Don Keenon of Bakersfield, CA; two daughters, Sandra and Kenneth Vogt of Checotah and Barbara and Dale Norman of Shawnee; grandchildren, Michelle and Shane Kinnett and Michael Vogt all of Checotah, Kenneth and Mona Williams of Bakersfield, Brooke Keenon of Bakersfield, Tammi, Keri and Bobby Norman all of Shawnee; great-grandchildren, Zachary and Ashlynn Kinnett of Checotah, Kenny Jr. and Ambra V. L. Williams of Bakersfield, and Nicole Norman of Shawnee.
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