Muhlhausen, Elmer Dewey

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Daily Oklahoman, The
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
March 7, 1987, page 54

Muhlhausen, Elmer Dewey, 88, Oklahoma City, retired civil service employee, died Friday. 

Services 10am Tuesday (Hahn-Cook, Street & Draper)


Daily Oklahoman, The
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
March 7, 1987, page 15

Muhlhausen, Elmer, passed away March 6, 1987 after as long illness. Services are set at Hahn-Cook, Street & Draper, 10 am March 10, with burial at Rose Hill Cemetery. He was born at Whorton County, Teas, June 26, 1898 & moved to Oklahoma in 1913. He moved to Hot Springs, MT & returned to Oklahoma in 1973. 

He is survived by his wife, Hazel of the home; 2 daughters, Orrisa chultz of Quincy, WA & Betty Millus of OKC; sons Elmer Jr. of pLano, TX & Harold of OKC: 12 granchldren, 24 great grndchildren &  5 great great grandchildren. He was a master Mason with the Scottish Rite, an avid fisherman & deer hunter & bagged a 9 point deer in '86 season. He was well loved & cherished.

 


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