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Audie Morrow
February 27, 1914 - August 5, 2002

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.     Audie William Morrow was born February 27, 1914 in the Bilby-Oak Grove area to Jessie Pearl & Charlie Morrow and departed this life August 5, 2002 at the age of 88 in Wetumka General Hospital.    
     He married Marie Smith at Hickory Grove in December 1941. They celebrated their 60th. Wedding Anniversary in December, 2001 with their children and grandchildren in Oklahoma City.
     Audie was a veteran of World War II and served his country proudly.  He lived and farmed in the Moss community. He was employed by the Moss School District until his retirement when he and his wife relocated to Holdenville. He loved to play dominoes, especially with his good friend, Mark Brown. He was an Atlanta Braves fan. Audie was a wonderful Papa to his grandkids who loved him deeply.
     He was preceded in death by his parents, a sister, Lola, and brothers, Emmet and Grafton and a daughter-in-law, Kathleen.
     Audie is survived by his wife, Marie Morrow, Holdenville; a brother, F. J. Morrow and wife, Wanda, of Kiowa; a son, Lloyd Morrow and wife, Rose, of Oklahoma City; a daughter, Carolyn Cox and husband, Johnny, of Oklahoma City; three grandsons. Kerry Morrow of Del City, Jeff Cox of Oklahoma City, Mike Cox and wife, Stephanie, of Tuttle; two granddaughters, Angie Myers and husband, Matt, of Edmond and Cayla Bush and husband, Tracy, of Oklahoma City; six great grandsons, Taylor and Jake Cox, Dallas and Jay Myers, Sam and Jackson Bush; four great granddaughters, Kathleen Myers and Morgan, Thoma, and Anna Cox; a special niece Jessie Lou Proctor of Wetumka and many other nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends.
     Funeral services for Audie William Morrow, 88, Holdenville, were held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, August 8, 2002 at Hudson-Phillips Funeral Chapel, the Rev. Terrell Holland officiating. Burial followed at Holdenville Cemetery with Hudson-Phillips Funeral Home, Holdenville, OK in charge of the arrangements.
     Pallbearers were Mark Brown, Randy Brown, Ronnie Stringfellow, Richard Nolen, Danny Nolen and Kevin Nolen.