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ELLIS COUNTY CAPITAL, ARNETT, OKLAHOMA
APRIL 21, 1976
ANNIE MAY LUTZ
Funeral services for Annie May Lutz, 83 year old resident of Shattuck, were held Wednesday, April 21, at 2:00 p.m. in the United Methodist Church in Gage. Reverend Olaf Hoggard, Pastor and reverend Carroll McCoy pastor of Arnett Christian Church officiated. Interment was in the Debolt Cemetery under direction of Good Samaritan Funeral Service of Shattuck.
Annie May Tierce was born in LeFlore County, Oklahoma on February 11, 1893 to Michael Richardson and Mary Emily Tierce. At an early age she moved with her family to Ellis County where she grew to womanhood. She accepted Christ as her savior and was baptized into the Methodist Church at Tierce Chapel.
She married Perry R. Lutz on November 3, 1910 in Arnett. They made their home in Arnett.
Mrs. Lutz moved to Gage in 1957 where she was united with Gage Methodist Church and was an active member. She moved to the Convalescent Home in Shattuck in 1971 where she passed away on April 19, 1976.
She was loved by her family and cherished by her friends.
Mrs. Lutz was preceded in death by her husband and two children. She is survived by three sons, W. C. Lutz of Bloomfield, New Mexico; P. J. Lutz of Amarillo, Texas; Robert L. Lutz, of Arlington, Texas; three daughters Mrs. Jack (Emma) Carter of Taft, California; Mrs. Franklin (Beulah) Miles of Gage, Oklahoma; Mrs. Elmer (Tiny) Collar of Powell, Wyoming, twenty-four grand children; forty-six great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren and other relatives.
Obits from old newspapers submitted by: John A. Rider
Transcribed by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society
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