RADFORD (VETERAN WWII), WILBERN JEFF - Caddo County, Oklahoma | WILBERN JEFF RADFORD (VETERAN WWII) - Oklahoma Gravestone Photos


Radford Family Cemetery
Caddo County,

World War II
December 16,1910 - May 1,1984

Jeff Radford, a farmer, was born December 16, 1910 in Carnegie, Oklahoma and died Tuesday May 1, 1984 at Southwestern Memorial Hospital in Weatherford, Oklahoma.
He had lived in Eakly and Alfalfa area all his life and was a member of the Swan Lake Baptist Church. He married Margie Seward on November 8, 1945 in Anadarko, Oklahoma. They moved from Eakly to Alfalfa in 1963.
Survivors include his wife Margie of the home.
Three daughters, Helen Lee Lawrence and husband Ray, Elma Ruth Armer and husband Carl, all of Dill City, Oklahoma and Rose Marie Poor and husband Mike of Eakly, Oklahoma.
Five sons, Lloyd of Yucca Calley, California, Jeff of Temple, Texas, Troy of Dill City, Oklahoma, Johnny of Weatherford, Oklahoma and Eugene of the home.
One brother, Jack Wilson Radford of Dimmit, Texas
Three sisters, Beulah Harris of Eakly, Oklahoma, Mae Wilson of Gracemont, Oklahoma and Lovada Cook of Gotebo, Oklahoma and 25 grandchildren.
Services were at 2:00pm Friday May 4, 1984 at the Eakly First Baptist Church with Rev. Sam Porter and Rev. Dale Litsey officiating.
Burial was in the Radford Family Cemetery under direction of the Hinton-Turner Funeral Home.

Photo and Information Courtesy of Donna J & Lacy D

Contributed on 2/12/14

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Record #: 30761

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Submitted: 2/12/14 • Approved: 2/16/14 • Last Updated: 4/12/18 • R30761-G0-S3

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