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George Wayne Breon, son of Daniel and Rebecca Breon, was born at Sac City ,Iowa, May 12,1887, and departed this life May 1 ,1949, at the age of 61 years 11 months and 20 days, at his home near Laverne, Oklahoma.
He with his parents moved to Oklahoma in October, 1904, and settled in the Speermoore community.
On October 12, 1915 he was united in marriage to Louisa Burkhalter. To this union three children where born. Merna, Wayne and Norval.
He with his family lived on a farm near Speermoore until in the fall of 1942, when they moved to a farm near Laverne, where he resided until the time of his death.
He leaves to mourn his passing; his wife, one daughter Merna Baldwin of Laverne; two sons, Wayne Breon of Darrouzett, Texas and Norval Breon of Laverne;four brothers, Tom and Edd of Laverne, Frank of Monmouth Oregon and Sam of Spokane Wash; one sister Katy Ring of Burden Kansas; three grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.
He was a kind and loving husband and father. He will be greatly missed by all his relatives and friends. Although he has passed on, his friendly greeting and smile will still linger on.
Death came to George Breon at his home a mile south of Laverne Sunday following several weeks severe illness. He had received hospital treatment at Shattuck and Oklahoma City and the best attention that the family could give him.
George was on of the early day farmers to locate in Speermoore vicinity and had moved over to near Laverne about seven years ago. His life was lived most congenial among his family and friends, and his passing brings sorrow to all those who knew him.
Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Grunewald at the high school auditorium Tuesday afternoon. Interment was in the Laverne cemetery, directed by the Byron Mason Funeral Home.
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