Moreland, Harold Lewis & Ezekiel "Zeke" Herndon

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Daily Oklahoman, The
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
May 8, 1994, page 20

Ezekiel Herndon, died May 5, 1994. Known to her family and many friends as "Zeke", she was born in Valiant, Oklahoma, May 11, 1911. A resident of Oklahoma City since 1930, she was a homemaker, a member of the Hunter Book Club, and St. Lukes Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Pattie Moreland Meis

She is survived by her husband, Harold L. Moreland; a son, Bill Moreland of Cleveland, Ohio; three grandchildren, Vicki Herche and Terri Porter of Cincinnati, Ohio, and David Moreland of Seattle, Wash; and four great-grandchildren, Andrea, Adam, Benjamin, and Zachary, all of Cincinnati, Ohio. She is also survived by three sisters, Pauline Harding of Eureka, Calif, Edith Gross of Ada, Okla, and Bobbie Jo Wood of Gamaoil, Ark; and two brothers, Virgil Teague of Eureka, Calif, and ONeal Teague of Vinita, Ok; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. Service 10:00 a.m. Monday, St. Lukes United Methodist Church. Interment Memorial Park Cemetery.

Daily Oklahoman, The
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
April 25, 2000, pg 31

MORELAND Harold Lewis, age 89, of Oklahoma City passed away April 23, 2000, He was bon February 7, 1911 in ldabel, OK. Harold was the Vice President of Cain's Coffee, and was a member of the Couple's Class at St. Luke's United Methodist Church.

He was preceded in death by his wife "Zeke": a daughter, Pattle Meis Moreland 4 brothers and 1 sister, Harold is survived by a son, Bill Moreland 6 grand-Children, 4 great Grandchildren, 2 great Great Grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews, and friends, Memorial Contributions may be made to: American Heart ASSOC Oklahoma Affilate...Oklahoma City, OK 731 12, Funeral Services will be 1000 am, Tuesday, Apr 25, 2000, at St, Luke's United Methodist Church With interment to follow a Memorial Park Cemetery, Hahn-CookStreet Draper Funeral Home.

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