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Martha Evelyn Curtis

February 23, 1915 July 17, 2001
Martha Evelyn Curtis
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Martha Evelyn Curtis was born February 23, 1915 in Mangum, Oklahoma. She was the daughter of the late Dr. M.E. and Grova Ellen(Boswell) Miller. She passed away July 17, 2001 in Altus, Oklahoma.

She married John Willis Curtis April 9, 9 Easter Sunday 1939 at the Methodist Church in Mangum and he preceded her in death February 21, 1979. She was a life long resident of Mangum and Greer County. She graduated from Mangum High School and attended college in Ada. She was President and State President of the Greer County Farm Womens Club, longtime member of the Methodist Church of Mangum and Granite, and served as President of the UMW. She worked for many years as bookkeeper and receptionist at the Mangum Medical Clinic.

Mrs Curtis is survived by two sons, Nicky Don Curtis and wife Carolyn of The Woodlands, Texas
David Juan Curtis and wife Mel of Carrollton, Texas; one daughter Martha Lynn Wooldridge and husband Bob of Altus, Oklahoma; six grandchildren and their spouses, Kyndall and Doug Knapik, Nicole and Tim Harrison, Jennifer and Slade Roberson, Ashley and Chad Roberson, Matthew Curtis, and Brent and Suzie Curtis; five great-grandchildren, Drake Knapik, Regan Knapik, Kash Knapik, Hank Harrison and Taylor Robinson; and by one brother Harry Frank Miller of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; five brothers, Merlen Calvin Miller, Herbert Boswell Miller, Cecil Ewing Miller, David Hill Miller and Carol Harvey Miller; and by an infant sister, Mary Lee Miller.

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