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Charles L Nanson
Apr 5, 1926 - Nov 14, 1997
Rewritten & submitted by: Jo Aguirre

Graveside services for Charles Nanson were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday , November 19, 1997 at Pioneer Cemetery under the direction of Shipman Funeral Home in Wagoner. 
He was born to Fred and Mabel McKay Nanson in Bottineau, ND on April 5, 1926 and passed away on Friday, November 14, 1997 at his home in Wagoner.  
He married Edyth Brown Nanson and shared more than 45 years with her before she died in May 1997.  
He is survived by two sons, Fred Nanson and wife Debbie of Wagoner and Jerry Nanson of Meza AZ.; one brother Fred Nanson and his wife Fern of Wagoner; two sisters Marjorie Lemon of El Paso, Texas, and Betty Allen of Woodland Texas ; and three grandchildren, Jennifer and Miranda Nanson and Stephanie Oaks Ringle.  

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