Burdick, Henry & Zelda Grace (Chadwich)
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Oklahoman Archives 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
September 14, 1960; pg 13

Zelda Burdick Rites Thursday
Mrs. Zelda G. Burdick, 62, of 8909 NE 13, died Tuesday in St. Anthony Hospital, Services will be at 10:30 am Thursday in Garrison Funeral Home. Burial will be in Sunny Lane Cemetery.

Mrs. Burdick was born in Nebraska and came to Oklahoma in 1900 settling at Pawnee. She moved to Oklahoma City in 1923.

Survivors include three daughters. Mrs. Nadine Lewis, of the home; Mrs. Phyllis Leathers, Pampa, Texas, and Mrs. Shirley Cunningham, Longview, Texas: throe sons, Ralph, 3033 N Utah; Bruce. Pampa, and Robert 525 SW 24; two sisters, Mrs. , Dorothy King, Peona, 111., and Mrs. Clara Anson. Clovis, N. M.; two brothers, Bill Chadwick, Hunter, and Earl, Pawnee.




Oklahoman Archives 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
April 25, 1956, pg 17


Services are pending at Garrison funeral home for Henry _Burdick_, 65, former Oklahoma City University custodian who died Tuesday in Veterans hospital. Burdick, who lived on route 9 east of the city, suffered from cancer. He worked at OCU for 10 years, and had been a resident of Oklahoma City 25 years. He was born in Iowa.

Survivors are his wife, Zelda, of the home; three sons, Ralph Burdick, 3033 Utah: Bruce Burdick, 1404 NE 20, and Robert C. Burdick, stationed in Germany. Also, three daughters, Mrs. Nadine Lewis, east of the city; Mrs. Phyliss Leathers, Londview, Texas and Mrs. Shirley Bruce, 2141 N Kate; two brothers, Levi Burdick, 2728 SW 30, and Ira Burdick, Sweethowe, Ore.; two sisters, Airs. Zula Stephenson, Los Angeles, California, and Mrs. Vira Bowers, Olympia, Wash., and 14 grandchildren.

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