Leavitt, John Henry
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!!! 06-07-2017 I did not find an obit either person
 source: Oklahoman Digital Archives (newspaper)

AMERICAN VETERAN

Oklahoman Archives 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
May 30, 1961; pg 14

Leavitts
Funeral Rites
Planned Here

Services for John Henry Leavitts, 85, of 301 N Gardner, city real estate man who died Monday, will be at 4 pm Wednesday in Street & Draper Funeral Home. Burial will be In Arlington Memorial Cemetery.

Leavitt, born in Frankfort, Kan. came to Oklahoma in 1890 with the opening of the Cherokee Strip. He moved to Oklahoma City in 1909.

He was in the real estate business for 30 years. He was past president of the State and Oklahoma City Real Estate Boards and had served as county chairman for the Republican Party. Ho was a former member of Rotary International.

Surviving are his wife. Julia Anno, of the home; a daughter. Mrs. Walter S. Jones. 5678 NW 36: a son. Dr. John A. Tulsa and two stepdaughters, Mrs. C. Julian Vahlburg. 2232 NW 56, and Mrs. Mary Jane Crooks, of the home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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