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Nora Irene Heckenkamp

September 7, 1918 July 30, 1996
Nora Irene Heckenkamp
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Nora Irene Heckenkamp, former Altus, Oklahoma resident, passed away Tuesday, July 30th, 1996, in the Collins Care Center in Dallas, TX. Graveside Services have been scheduled for 10:00 a.m. Saturday, August 3,1996, in the Restlawn Cemetery with Reverend Ken Pate officiating. Burial, will follow under the direction of Lowell Tims Funeral Home.

Nora was born September 7th, 1919, in Martha, Oklahoma, to the late George W. and Cora May (Hamilton). She attended the Martha School and lived in this community until 1935 when she moved to Oklahoma City. She married Elmer C. Heckenkamp on December 24, 1938. Nora had been in ill health for many years. She lived in Oklahoma City for several years, then Lawton and Altus. Later she moved to the Care Center in Dallas near her son, Robert.

Her husband passed away July 10, 1955. Survivors include: two sons, Robert L. Heckenkamp of Dallas and Ronald C. Heckenkamp of Colorado; two granddaughters and one grandson; four sisters, Maurine Hawkins and Marzelle Lawton, both of Altus, Wanda Rhodes and Helen Green, both of Marble Falls, TX; three nieces, Cheryl Clark of OKC, Patsy Turner of Lubbock, TX and Joye Black of Altus; three nephews, Roy Green of Abilene, TX, Jimmy Hamilton of Dallas, TX and Larry McGuffin of Oklahoma City; a sister-in-law, Rosa Hamilton of Altus.

She was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; one brother, Marshall Hamilton of Altus; one sister, Betty McGuffin of Oklahoma City.

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