WOODWARD - Graveside services for Ima Jean Utterback, 52, who died Sunday in a Woodward hospital after a lengthy illness, will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Persimmon Cemetery, near Mutual. The Rev. Alan Loth, pastor of St Peter's Catholic Church at Woodward, will officiate. Arrangements are by Good Samaritan Funeral Service, Woodward.
Mrs. Utterback was born Aug. 8, 1930, in Mutual to Harry and Alpha Irvin. She graduated from Mutual High School and later married Daniel Utterback. The couple made their home at various Air Force bases while he served the U.S. Air Force. In 1966, they made their home at San Antonio, Texas, and after his death in 1971, she moved to the Woodward area.
Mrs. Utterback was a member of St. Peter's Catholic Church.
Survivors include one daughter, Maria Ann Utterback, Fort Supply; two sons, Carl Utterback, El Paso, Texas, and Paul Greg Utterback, Lubbock, Texas; five sisters, Eula Easter, Viola Brumley, Majorie Leflaur, all of Woodward, Alva Lee Garitona, Holdenville, and Mary Beth Erwin, Buffalow; one brother, Marvin Irvin, Midwest City; and two grandchildren.
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