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George Dozier, Sr.

© The Eufaula Indian Journal
Thursday, August 10, 2000
Submitted by: ACL

GEORGE DOZIER SR. was born Aug 28, 1942 in Vernon, OK to Mr. Crawford and Tennie Dozier and died July 26, 2000 at Tulsa Regional Hospital.

Services were Aug. 4, 2000 at the Old Vernon School followed by burial in the Vernon Cemetery (Duty Hill) under the direction of Meyers Mortuary of Wewoka.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Survivors include his wife Joyce; five daughters, Stephanie Martinez of Tulsa, OK; Christina Dzier, Irving, TX; Donita Dumas, Okmulgee, OK; Cheritha, Bonnie and Rebecca Dozier, Vernon, OK; a son, George Dozier, Jr., Vernon; a brother, Jerry Emerson, Wichita, KS; three sisters, Rebecca Walker, Oklahoma City, OK, Juanita Moore, Wichita, KS, Mattie Dozier, Dallas, TX and three gandchildren.

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