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RUSSELL DAILY NEWS, 4 December 2001
Memorial services for Ramona "Mickey' Gay
Gaylord, 71, Tahlequah, Oklahoma were held at 10 a.m., Tuesday, December 4, 2001, at the Hart Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Don Neblett officiating.

Ramona Gaylor, daughter of Nolan and Louise Jett Bryan was born August 13, 1930 in Okemah, Oklahoma, and died Friday, November 20, 2001, in

"Mickey" was a professional cosmetologist before moving to Tahlequah where she was a volunteer at Remarkables and the Tahlequah City Hospital for
15 years.

She enjoyed watching birds, squirrels and other wildlife. She performed needlework and made beautiful afghans. "Michey" loved to go on
trips and especially liked to go to Las Vegas and Tunica.

Her parents and sister, Anna, preceded her in death.
"Mickey" married Leonard Gaylor, September 11, 1948 at Russell. He survives her along with two sons: L.C. Gaylor, Jr., Cedar Crest, N.M. and Curtis L. Gaylor of Roy, Utah; one sister, Bonnie Bishop, Russell; two Grandchildren; and three great grandchildren.

Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack

Last Updated:  Friday, June 21, 2002 00:05:06

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