|Birth: ||Jan. 11, 1905|
Roger Mills County
|Death: ||Sep. 11, 2002|
Funeral services for Nettie R. Dick Warren Mullinix were conducted on Saturday, September 14, 2002 at Martin Funeral Home Chapel and interment was at the Fairlawn Cemetery in Elk City, Beckham County, Oklahoma.
Nettie was born January 11, 1905 to Isaac and May Moore
Dick in Indian Territory north of Hammon and passed away at the age of 97. She attended Spring Creek and Hammon Schools.
Nettie was married to Mabry Wyatt in 1926 and they had three children, Rev. Galen Wyatt, Lorraine Stout, and Glenn Wyatt.
Nettie later married Matt Warren in 1948.They owned and operated the Malt Shop on main street in Elk City ,and had the best ice cream ever.Nettie loved dolls and in their shop she had repair and made beautiful dolls.They sold the shop but she still had her dolls.
She married George Mullinix in 1997.
Nettie was a talented pianist at the Hammon Assembly of God Church and enjoyed playing the organ. She was a faithful church member and a devoted mother.she attended First Assembly of God in Elk City.
She was preceded in death by her 1st husband Mabry Wyatt and husband Matt Warren.One son, Rev Galen Wyatt,one brother Shelton Dick of Hammon.And two sisters.
Nettie is survived by her daughter Lorraine and her husband Buck Stout of Elk City, her son Glenn and his wife Jeannie Wyatt of Del Valle, Texas, three grandchildren, three great grandchildren, and three great great grandchildren, and a brother, Lawrence Dick and
his wife Verda and their family of Elk City, Oklahoma.
Isaac Lovelace Dick (1878 - 1959)
Mintie May Moore Dick (1884 - 1974)
A. A. Warren (1902 - 1992)
George B Mullennix (1909 - 2004)
Mabry Bryan Wyatt (1904 - 1962)*
Minnie Rebecca Dick Warren (1905 - 2002)
Ida Pearl Dick (1906 - 1909)*
Shelton Millard Dick (1915 - 1968)*
Lawrence Everett Dick (1919 - 2008)*
Plot: Sec: West Lot: 9 Block 15 Space 1
Maintained by: Rob Walker
Originally Created by: Linda
Record added: Feb 18, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 85146859
Resting In Gods Peace|
Added: Feb. 18, 2012