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Dakota William Bartling
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Birth: Oct. 29, 2000
Death: Oct. 29, 2000

Dakota William Bartling
Marietta Monitor
Friday, November 3, 2000
Submitted by: Martha N. Reddout

Graveside services for Dakota William Bartling, infant son of Elizabeth Ann Lain and Blaze William Bartling of Overbrook, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, November 4, in the Eastman Cemetery with Rev. Dewain Duck officiating.
Dakota William Bartling was born and died October 29, 2000, in a Sherman, Texas, hospital.
Survivors include his parents, Elizabeth Ann Lain and Blaze William Bartling, of the home; grandparents, Lonny and Laurie Bartling of Overbrook, Miriam Ashley of Pryor, and Raymond Lain of Burneyville; great-grandparents, Bill and Eleanor Seney of Hot Springs, South Dakota, Lynne Kendall of Sioux City, Iowa, Harold and Carlene Montgomery of Eastman, and Charles and Christine Lain of Burneyville; great-great-grandparents, Lela Seney of Vermillion, South Dakota, Hazel Keltner of Ardmore, and Charles H. Lain of Burneyville; and several great-aunts and uncles.
Serving as honorary pallbearers will be Gabe Parker, Daniel Parker, Lacey Bartling and Daniel Menapace.
Services are under the direction of Flanagan-Watts Funeral Home. 
Eastman Cemetery
Love County
Oklahoma, USA
Created by: Phil & Donna Whitaker
Record added: Apr 28, 2006
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Dakota William Bartling
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Dakota William Bartling
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