Celebrating the life of Abraham Shadid
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Abe was very involved in and managed the family oil and gas properties in Beckham and roger Mills Counties. He was a 65 year member of the Masonic Lodge, having been a member of the Mangum, Oklahoma and Altus, Oklahoma Lodges. He was a 40 year member of the India Temple Shrine of Oklahoma City, as well as a member of the Altus Shrine Club. He was also an active member of the American Legion, Veterans of Forgein Wars, and the Altus Chamber of Commerce. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Altus, Oklahoma.
Abe was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, Margaret, three brothers, Jack Shadid, Hoyt Shadid and Coy Shadid and one sister, Edna Shadid Dakil, He is survived by his brothers, Ned Shadid and Phillip Shadid of Altus, Oklahoma; his sister Olga Shadid of Edmond, Oklahoma and his sisters-in-law, Jimmie Shadid of Edmond, Oklahoma and Lila Shadid of Altus, Oklahoma; a son Jay Douglas Shadid of Panhandle Texas and his wife Patrice; a son Steven Ellis Shadid of Altus, Oklahoma; four grandchildren, Toni Nicole Battle and her husband, Christian of Panhandle, Texas; Carrie Len Smith and her husband, John Tom of Guthrie, Texas; Matthew Brady Shad and his wife, Kary Lee of Panhandle, Texas; Andrew Corby Shadid of Panhandle, Texas; two great grandchildren, Jay Patrick Shadid and Ethan Parker Shadid of Panhandle, Texas.
Abe will lovingly be remembered by many nephews, nieces and a host of friends.
First United Methodist Church
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