Pauline Peil, 85-year-old resident of Woodward, died Jan. 19, 2006 at Crystal Wood Village.
Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2006 at the Zwanziger Funeral Home Chapel with Gordon Lawson officiating. Burial will be held at the Gnadenfeld Cemetery under the direction of Zwanziger Funeral Home.
Pauline (Beuke) Peil was born July 10, 1920 at Keenan, Okla., to John C. and Anna M. (Poage) Beuke. She attended school at Keenan Country School, Keenan, Okla. She married Samuel Peil on May 26, 1937 in Woodward County, Okla. During World War II, she worked at several cafes in Woodward and also worked for TGY. In the 1960s she worked for Braley’s cafeteria, which was the first cafeteria in Woodward. She also worked at Colonial Manor Nursing Home as a cook for 20 years, after she retired, Pauline worked for her son Sam at his business Sam’s Compact Discs for several years.
Pauline is survived by her son, Sam Peil, Woodward, a sister, Vida Jarrett, Meridian, Idaho and by a host of nieces and nephews, a sister-in-law Faye Beuke, Woodward, Okla.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Samuel Peil, two brothers, Melvin and Marvin Beuke, a sister, Francis Fitzpatrick.
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