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Wilbur L. Kirkland
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Birth: Aug. 29, 1920
Yell County
Arkansas, USA
Death: Jan. 29, 2002

Wilbur L. Kirkland, 81, of Casa Grande, died Jan. 29, 2002 in Casa Grande.

Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at Simes Mortuaries Casa Grande Chapel. The funeral there will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, with the Rev. Raymond Wilson officiating. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery.

Mr. Kirkland was born Aug. 29, 1920 in Rover, Arkansas. He moved to Arizona in 1943 and farmed in the Casa Grande area for 32 years before retiring in 1983.

Survivors include his wife of 60 years, Mary Louise: a daughter, Gayle Richards, of Glendale; a son, Dean Kirkland, of Glendale; five sisters, Billie Burroughs, of Phoenix, Euda Rainey, of Paris, TX, Sue Soaton, of Houston, Mildred Williams, of Hugo, OK, and Shirley Winberry, of Hesperia, CA; a brother, Dennis Kirkland of Casa Grande; five grandchildren: and nine great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Sherwood and Rosie; a sister, Chloe: and an infant brother. 
Family links: 
  Sherwood Kirkland (1891 - 1972)
  Rachel Rosana Dickinson Kirkland (1891 - 1926)
  Mary Louise Williams Kirkland (1923 - 2012)*
  Cloie Ernease Kirkland (1913 - 1932)*
  Euda Adelle Kirkland Rainey (1915 - 2004)*
  Wilbur L. Kirkland (1920 - 2002)
  Mildred E Kirkland Williams (1923 - 2009)*
  Mettie Sue Kirkland Seaton (1926 - 2007)*
*Calculated relationship
Mountain View Cemetery
Casa Grande
Pinal County
Arizona, USA
Created by: Barb
Record added: Oct 07, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30400221
Wilbur L. Kirkland
Added by: Jim Nelson
Wilbur L. Kirkland
Added by: Barb
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