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Lovey Mae Crowder Puckett
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Birth: Apr. 2, 1899
Death: Apr. 2, 1984

Mrs. Lovie Mae Puckett, age 85, of Salem, died Monday, April 2, 1984.

She is survived by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Helen W. Reid of Roanoke, and her children, Robyn Brouillette and Julie Reid; a brother, Robert Crowder. Roanoke; and one sister, Florence V. Aden, Chesapeake.

She was proceeded in death by her husband, Eugene P. Puckett, Sr.; and a son Eugene P. Puckett, Jr., who was killed in action in World War II.

Funeral services will be conducted at 3:00 pm Wednesday at the John M. Oakey & Son Funeral Home Chapel, Salem, by the Rev. Virgil Lilly, Dr. Walter Franke and the Rev. Wayne McCauley; with interment in Sherwood. The family will receive friends from 7:00 to 9:00 pm Tuesday at the John M. Oakey & Son Funeral Home, Salem.

Roanoke Times, 3 April 1984

Family links: 
  William McDowell Crowder (1862 - 1910)
  Mary E Dull Crowder (1869 - 1922)
  Eugene Palmer Puckett (1898 - 1958)
  Eugene Palmer Puckett (1923 - 1945)*
  M Willie Crowder (1888 - ____)*
  Maggie Crowder (1890 - 1955)*
  Emory Cary Crowder (1893 - 1960)*
  Robert Earl Crowder (1897 - 1985)*
  Lovey Mae Crowder Puckett (1899 - 1984)
  Charley O. Crowder (1903 - 1974)*
  Richard H Crowder (1904 - 1974)*
*Calculated relationship
Sherwood Burial Park
Salem City
Virginia, USA
Created by: Barbara Chittum Hutchens
Record added: Aug 27, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 116164648
Lovey Mae <i>Crowder</i> Puckett
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Lovey Mae <i>Crowder</i> Puckett
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- Barbara Chittum Hutchens
 Added: Aug. 27, 2013

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