otis wheeling obituary
Walter O. Wheeling, Quapaw, Dies of 88 QUAPAW (Special) — Funeral arrangements were pending here today for Walter Otis Wheeling, a longtime resident who died Sunday Sunday afternoon at Miami Baptist hospital. Mr. Wheeling, 88, had been seriously seriously ill for three weeks. A retired retired ore drilling contractor, he had lived here some 46 years. He^ was P native of Cuba, Mo., and a^ former resident of Welch. He belonged belonged to the Presbyterian church at Cuba. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Anna Wheeling; three sons, Cubert Wheeling, Baxter Springs; Crandell Crandell Wheeling, Quapaw, and Clell Wheeling, Eldorado, Kan.; three daughters, Mrs. Leon Smith, Climax, Climax, Colo.; Mrs. Harold San- Soucr, Galena, 111., and Mrs. Meri% Dean, Tulsa; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The body was' received by the Hunter Funeral home at Picher.