Brinson, Ethel Marie (Combest) Poole
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Daily Oklahoman, The 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
December 25, 1956


Mrs. Ethel Marie Pool Brinson, 61, a city resident for 46 years, died Monday at St. Anthony hos­pital. She had been ill four weeks.

Rites are slated for 10 a.m. Thursday in Watts funeral chapel. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery.

A storekeeper in depot supply at Tinker field for 14 years, Mrs. Brinson became ill with leukemia in November. She had been in critical condition for several days.

She was a native of Somerset, Ky., and came to Oklahoma City I in 1910. She attended Central State college, Edmond, for a time, and went to work at Tinker in 1942. Her husband, Harvey E. Brinson, is also a Tinker employee.

Mrs. Brinson, a member of First Baptist church, lived at 314 Harrison.

In addition to her husband, surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Roy Lasiter, Oakland, Calif.: a son, Robert Phoenix, St. Louis, Mo.; three grandchildren: a sister-, Mrs. Charlie Alexander, Huntington Park. Calif., and four brothers, H. M. Combest, Laverne, Calif.; A. P. Combest San Carlos, Calif., and Oliver Combest.

Daughter of Samuel D. & Frances Combest


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