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Leonard Holden Vail

OBITUARY: Holdenville Daily News
Leonard Vail rites Monday
Leonard Holden Vail, age 68, 821 S. Oak, died Friday in MediCenter of America hospital in Oklahoma City about 4 p.m. He was born in Sullivan, Ind. Jan. 9, 1905.
He was a retired groceryman and farmer. He came to the Hulsey community about 1913. He had lived in Holdenville since 1952.
Survivors include: his widow, Hattie Vail of the home; four sons, Leonard Ray Vail of the home, Larry William Vail, Galveston, Tex.; Floyd Jimmy Vail, Oklahoma City; Ralph Dean Vail, Garland, Tex.; five daughters: Imogene Corneluis, Kansas City, MO.; Virginia Lee Bishop, Oklahoma City; Krystine Slayton, Fremont, Calif.; Cytha Lou Simpson, Shawnee; Neoma June Epperley. Garland, Tex.; 16 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; two brothers, Paul Vail, Bentonville, Ark.; Ralph Vail, St. Petersburg, Fla.; One sister, Lillian Mayo, El Paso, Tex.; one aunt, Lillie Barton, Commerce.
Services will be at 3 p.m. Monday at Sembly (sic) of God church with Rev. R.D. Whalen, Oklahoma City, officiating. Rev. Doyle Ellingsworth and Rev. Stanley Holliman, Holdenville, will assist.
Burial will be in Holdenville cemetry under the direction of Hudson Funeral Home.


Hattie Mary Rhoton

OBITUARY-HYPERLINK: [ http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=45774809 ]
Holdenville Daily News-- March 9, 1997 page 2a
Hattie Vail
Hattie Mary Vail of Oklahoma City passed away Friday, March 7, 1997 at the age of 89.
She was born in West Plains, Missouri on September 12, 1907 to Frank and Lucy (Martin) Rhoten. She came to Oklahoma in 1915 and married Leonard Vail on March 1, 1929. He preceded her in death 10 May 1973.
Mrs. Vail was a retired nurse at the Holdenville General Hospital. She was a member of the Allen Pentecostal Church and attended the South United Pentecostal Church in Oklahoma City.
She is survived by five daughtes: Imogene Cornelius and husband , Bob of Haxley, Tx., Virginia Bishop and husband, Clarence of Oklahoma City, Krystine Aldridge of Mid West City, Cytha Lou Simpson and husband, Willie of Shawnee, and June Cousins of Holdenville: three sons, Larry Vail and wife, Bernice of Galveston, TX., Floyd Vail of Oklahoma city, and Ralph Vail of Wylie, Tx.; 16 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, 2 great-great- grandchildren.
Also one sister, Dora Johnson of Holdenville; 2 brothers, Floyd Rhoten of Rogers, AR. , and Gus Rhoten of Wewoka.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Leonard Vail, who died May 10, 1973 and by one son Leonard Ray Vail.
Services will be 2 p.m. Monday at the Hudson-Phillips Chapel with Rev. R.D. Whalen officiating and Erb. Jerry Stacy assisting. Burial will be in holdenville Cemetery under direction of hudson-Phillips Funeral Home.