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Homer Bill Spears
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Birth: Oct. 6, 1923
Hulbert
Cherokee County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Jun. 24, 1999
Tahlequah
Cherokee County
Oklahoma, USA

Graveside services for Homer B. SPEARS, 75, of Hulbert, Okla., were held June 27, in Old Spears-Neugin Cemetery under the direction of Hart Funeral Home of Tahlequah.

Homer Bill SPEARS was born October 6, 1923 in Hulbert, Okla., the son of Charley Barker and Lillie Myrtle JOHNSON SPEARS, and he departed from this life on June 24, 1999 in Tahlequah, Okla.

Homer served in Europe during World War 11 and was wounded by gunfire when a bullet grazed his skill and thigh. He was honorably discharged on March 12, 1946. Homer was a proud member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

He was married to Clara B. HAYES who preceded him in death. Also preceeding him in death were his parents; infant sister, Edith; and two infant daughters, Margie and Elaine.

Survivors include his son, Ernie; his daughter Elda; one brother, Lester, all of Okla.; two sisters Allene of Okla. and Arlene of Fla.; three grandchildren, Katrina, Mark and Lee; and three great grandchildren. 
 
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 Parents:
  Charley Barker Spears (1899 - 1974)
  Lillie Myrtle Johnson Spears (1901 - 1991)
 
Burial:
Neugin Cemetery
Hulbert
Cherokee County
Oklahoma, USA
 
Created by: Alice Huitt Preston
Record added: Aug 18, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40826100
 

World War II Victory Medal as earned by Homer Bill Spears. Rest in Peace, Sir. / The World War II Victory Medal is a decoration of the United States military which was created by an act of Congress in July 1945. The decoration commemorates military serv...(Read more)
- Grateful Patriot
 Added: Feb. 4, 2014
Thank you, Sir, for your service in World War II, and for your own sufferings having been wounded in combat.
- Wes T.
 Added: Feb. 4, 2014

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