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Donna Hetherington

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Donna Lucille (Hetherington) Kindt

December 1, 1932 – October 9, 1984

Former Perry resident, Donna L. Hetherington Kindt, 51, died October 9, 1984, at an Oklahoma City hospital.

Born December 1, 1932, in Perry, Mrs. Kindt was a 1951 graduate of Perry high school. She formerly was an employee of Smith Trucking company of Perry.

She and Lt. Col. Robert W. Kindt, retired, were married Jan. 3, 1953, in Perry. She moved to Lawton in 1965 and worked as a sales director for Mary Kay Cosmetics. Mrs. Kindt also was an employee of the National Chamber of Commerce and First Christian church. She was a member of the Christian Womens Fellowship, Business and Professional Women’s association, Toastmaster, and the Girls Scotts of America of which she was a neighborhood chairman. She was a member of the First Christian church and was a sunday school coordinator.

In addition to her husband, of the home, Mrs. Kindt is survived by three daughters, Debra. S. Stevens, Cynthia L. Nicholls and Heidi M. Matous, all of Lwton; seven grandchildren, also of Lawton, two sisters, Patsy Patterson, Enid; and Dixie McHenry, Oklahoma City; and one brother Marvin Hetherinton, Ponca City.

Funeral was Friday at the First Christian church of Lawton with Rev. Robert H. Shreiner officiating. Burial was at the Fort Sill Post cemetery in Fort Sill, Oklahoma.