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Family of Lloyd M. REUDY and Margaret CARMAN
|Husband:||Lloyd M. REUDY (1889-1974)|
|Wife:||Margaret CARMAN (1898-1972)|
|Children:||Living REUDY ( - )|
|Living REUDY ( - )|
|Marriage||23 Jun 1929||Bartlesvlle, Okla. 1|
Husband: Lloyd M. REUDY
|Name:||Lloyd M. REUDY 1|
|Birth||11 Dec 1889||Dodge City, Kan 1|
|Death||26 Apr 1974 (age 84)||Bartlesville Okla. 1|
Wife: Margaret CARMAN
|Name:||Margaret CARMAN 1|
|Father:||Eugene C CARMAN (1864-1930)|
|Mother:||Effie May KLESE (1870-1951)|
|Birth||28 Nov 1898||Kanasa City Mo. 1|
|Death||8 Feb 1972 (age 73)||Bartlesville Okla. 1|
Child 1: Living REUDY
|Spouse:||Jan L KATER ( - )|
Child 2: Living REUDY
|Spouse:||Living L ( - )|
Note on Husband: Lloyd M. REUDY - shared note
He went to Kansas State Universiy in 1916. He was a residend of of Bartlesville Okla. Since
1917. In 1917 He went into the Military for W.W. 1, He was in 21st Regiment of Engineers, and went to France in 1918, and was discharged in July of 1919. Became a Resdened of Bartlesville since 1917. He was a Enigineer and Railroad for Phillips Petroliume Co. . He became member ot the Okl. Leg. and a member of the Church of Christ Scients. He was 84 years when he died and was laid to rest in Memorial Park,
Bartlesville Examiner, Enterprise-Sunday, April 28, 1974
L.M.Reudy, Dies; Rite; on Tuesday.
Lyoyd Martin Reudy, 84, a resident of Bartlesville since 1917 died in the Jane Phillips Building of the Medical Center at 5:25 a.m. Friday followina brief illness.
Mr. Reudy was born Dec. 11 1889 at Dodge City Kan. Where he received his grade school and high school education graduating in the clas of 1909 from Kansas State University.
He was employed in the division offices of the AT&SF Railway at Dodge City Kan, until the winter of 1917 when he resigned and went to Tulsa, where he had temporary employment with the Oklahoma structural Steel Co. Later accepling a position with the then Empire Gas and Fuel Co. in Bartlesville.
He served with the 21st Regiment of Engineers in France during World War1 from 1918. He returned to the U.S. in July 1919 when he returned to his position with Empire Gas and Fuel Co. in Bartlesville.
He was married to Miss Margaret Caman, June 23 1929, She died Feb. 6, 1972.
In 1923 he was employed by Phillips Petroleum Co. and remained with the company until Dec. 1, 1954 when he reached retirement age. In 1956 he was elected to the State Legislature where he served for one term. He was a member of various organizations including the Masconic Bodies and the American Legion of which he was the past Commander.
Survivors include a son Lloyed Carman Reudy, Denver, Colo; one daughter, Mrs. Jan L(Jean} Krater, Framingham, Mass and two grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 3;30 P.M. Tuesday in the Colonial Chapel, of the Neekamp Funeral Home with the reader Mr. Rolland Divon of the First Church of Christ Scientists Burial will be at Memorial Park.
A Memorial is being established to the American Legion School for Children, and those wishing to make contributions may forward them to the American Legion Office, 501 N.E.Washington Blvd. Bartlesville.
Source of info.
Obit Bartlesville, Examiner Enterprise 28 Apr.1974
Obit '' ''' '' '' '' '' '' '' 8 Feb.1972
Note on Wife: Margaret CARMAN - shared note
Margaret was brought up in Kansas, He moved to Bartlesville with her parents. She was hired as a reporter for the Exeminer News Paper in the mid1900"s in Bartlesville, Okla. She is buried next to her husband in Memorial Park.
MRS REUDY DIED; RITES SET HERE
Mrs Margaret Carman Ruedy, 73 wife of Lloyd M. Reudy , 1324 Cherokee, died adt 10.10 a.m. sunday in the Jane Phillips Building of the Jane Phillips Episcopa; Memorial Medical Center. She had been seriously ill for several months and became critically ill one week ago.
Mrs. Reudy was born Nov. 28, 1898 in Kansas City, Mo and as a small child moved with her parents to Badrtlesville before statehood. Her father, E.C. Carman establlished a shoe store here in 1900. She attended the Garfield grade school and the Bartlesville high School before attending Principia College then Located in St. Louis Mo. She returned to Bartlesville and was employed by the Exminer, the morning newspaper in Bartlesville for a number of years, as the society reporter when N.D.Welty was owner and editor. She was married to Mdr. Reudy on June 23 1929, and they have made their home adt 1324 S. Cherokee since that time. Mr Reudy dretired as an engineer in the Comptrollers Depdt. of the Phillips Retroeum Co. In 1955. Mrs Reudy was a membesr of the First Church of Christ Schientist. a member of the Tuesday Club, the Bartlesville Chapter of DAR, the Garden Club and the YMCA, the Republican Womens club. Bartlesville Chapter 142 OES, and was a past worthy high priestess of Bethel Shrine 3, Order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. She was one of the organizers and charter member of the Little Theatre Guild in the 1920.s and took an active part in community and club Affairs.
Surviving are her husband of the home; one daughter Mrs Jan L. Kater. Framingham Mass; one son, Lloyd Carman Reudy, Denver Colo; One sister Mrs. F.M.Olson Castro Valley Calif; and two grandchildren.
Funeral Servicses will be held at 2 pm Wednesday in the Colonial Chapel of the Neekamp Funeral Home with a reader of the First Church of Christ Scientist officiating Interment well be in Memorial Park
A memorial has bessn established to the First Church of Christ Scientist and those wishing to make contributation may forward them to Mrs Olga Foster. 1818 Crestview, Bartlesville.
|1||"William Carman.FTW". Text From Source: Date of Import: Aug 19, 2000|