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HAYS DAILY NEWS, 29 July 1999
Obituary of G. MARCENE LOCKE
NAME, DATE OF DEATH: G. Marcene Locke, 58, Fort Worth, died Thursday, July 29, 1999, in Prescott, Ark.

DATE OF BIRTH and LOCATION: April 2, 1941, in Codell

PARENTS: Lee and Lennice (Lynch) Smith

SURVIVORS: Two daughters, Mala Ford, Shawnee Mission, and Kevin Locke, Derby; her parents, Codell; a brother, Gavon Smith, Plainville; five sisters, Geneva Scott, Bryan, Texas, Myrna McClellan, Liberal, Verna Smith, Wichita, Jana Myers, Norton and Trisha Koel, Plainville; and two grandchildren

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Transcribed and Contributed by Jan Reading


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