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Everett "Ozzie" B Oswald

Everett "Ozzie" B Oswald was born in Gate, Oklahoma on December 4, 1931 to Benjamin and Ruby Alta (White) Oswald. He obtained his Masters Degree in Education and he served in the United States Army. He married Janice Carol Maphet on October 8, 1955 in Clayton, New Mexico. Ozzie was a teacher and did electric work. He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife. Ozzie passed away on October 10, 2014 in the Beaver County Memorial Hospital. He is survived by his children, Donald B Oswald from Alva, Oklahoma and La Donna Meier from Beaver, Oklahoma; his sister, Nadine Belt from Liberal, Kansas; two grandchildren, two great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Interment will be in the Gate Cemetery.


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I wish to express my condolences to the family.  As you know, "Ozzie" was a member at Gate UMC of which I am pastor and we had many precious visits together at the Nursing Home.  I shall miss him.  In fact, Forgan UMC did the Beaver Nursing Home service on October 12th and it was so strange to not see him sitting in his usual chair at the service!  God bless you all!

                                                                                Rev. Jane E. Dibden

Pastor Jane E. Dibden Oct 25 2014 12:00 AM

Sorry for your loss thoughts and prayers to all the family.

James Elston Oct 13 2014 12:00 AM

Mr. Oswald was a dear man and a wonderful teacher.  I took every math course I could from him and what fun it was.  My condolences go out to his family, who will miss him most.

Hollis (Barber) Price Oct 13 2014 12:00 AM

I  am sorry to hear of Mr. Oswald's death.  He was my favorite teacher when I was in high school; he knew how to teach everyone math.  We always had fun with him when we went to the sand hills for our special days, he was just like one of us kids.  He will be missed.

Joyce Mitchell3

Joyce Maschino Mitchell Oct 11 2014 12:00 AM