Meek, Jack & Nannie
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Oklahoman Archives 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma
August 28, 1936, Page 6


Mrs. Nannie Meek. 49 years old, died Thursday in a city hospital After a long illness. Mrs. Meek, 1601 W Birch Avenue, underwent a major abdominal operation in April.

Services will be conducted at 4 p.m. Friday in the Hahn funeral home. Burial will be in Rose Hill cemetery. Survivors include her husband. Jack Meek; five daughters, Mrs. Harlan Pontius, Mrs. Durwood Parry, Mrs. Buddie Green, Dorothy and Billie Jo Meek, all of Oklahoma City: her father, J. O, Talley, Norman: one sister, Mrs. Bryan oldsby, Norman: four brothers, butch and Cliff, both of Norman; Wass, Tuttle, and Joe, For Sill.

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Oklahoman Archives 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma

April 24, 1960; Page: 13



Services for Jack Meek, 76, of 4145 NW 23, who died Friday, will be at 2 pm Monday in Guardian Funeral Home with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery.

A retired cattleman, Meek was born in Texas and moved to Oklahoma City In 1889. He was a member of Linwood Methodist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Beulah, of the home; five daughters, Mrs. Harlin Pontious, 1820 Drexel; Mrs. D. E. Darry, 2535 NW 30; Mrs. Wilbur Smith and Mrs. D. M. Green, both of Stillwater; and Mrs. C. C. Arnold, Dallas: a step-daughter, Mrs. Carl Fritze, Tulsa; and two brothers, including D. T. Meek. Tulsa.

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