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Woodward County Obituary
Elmwood Cemetery

Enid Morning News
May 1991
Reprinted with permission
Submitted by: Glenn Shroads


29 Dec 1906 - 13 May 1991

Woodward – The funeral for Carl Hughes Ammerman, 84, who died Monday at Woodward Hospital and Health Center, will be at 11 AM Friday at Elm Street Baptist Church. The Rev. Lloyd Stovall will officiate. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery under direction of Good Samaritan Funeral Service.

He was born December 29, 1906, in Green City, Missouri, to Lawrence and Bertha Ammerman and moved with the family to Mooreland when a young boy. He graduated from Mooreland high school in 1925. He received his pharmaceutical degree with honors in 1928 from the University of Oklahoma, and began working at Little Drug Store in Woodward. He and a friend purchased the store, where he continued to work for 50 years.

On October 10, 1931, he married Flossie Willis. She died in 1979.

On December 3, 1980, he married Esther Clyborn Carpenter at Woodward. He Attended Elm Street Baptist Church.

Surviving are his wife; one son, Jerry Hughes Ammerman of Amarillo, Texas; one daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (SharonSsue) Shyrock of Woodward; one step – daughter, Mrs. David (Mary Martha) Decker of Phillipsburg, New Jersey; one brother, Arthur Ammerman of Seattle, Washington; two sisters, Charlotte Anderson and Irene Foland, both of Seattle; four grandchildren; two step – grandchildren; and three great – grandchildren.

Besides his first wife, he was preceded in death by one brother.

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