Margaret Whitetree Dunning
”1942 - 2017”



    Margaret Whitetree Dunning


    My best memory to recall
    is the gift of your presence,
    the greatest gift of all.

      Rebecca D. Cook


      Margaret Whitetree Dunning
      75, of Grove, Oklahoma
      passed away Saturday December 30, 2017 at
      Freeman Health Center in Joplin, Missouri.
      Margaret was born September 23, 1942 to Olga and Clara (Schrimpscher) Whitetree in Claremore, Oklahoma.
      She was a tax preparer for HR Block in Grove, Oklahoma
      and a member of the Seneca-Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma.
      She loved the Native American Tradition and
      cooking at camp during Green Corn a long standing tradition of the Seneca Tribe.
      Proceeded in death by her parents and
      former husband Glenn Alan Dunning five brothers and 3 sisters
      Survivors one son Steven Burch of Aurora, CO three daughters Sallie and husband Randy White of Wyandotte, OK
      Staci Harding of Montrose, CO Caroline and husband Josh Joseph Plano, TX
      two brothers Tommy Whitetree of Miami, OK Terry Whitetree of Tulsa, OK
      two sisters Sallie and husband Patrick Leaf of Grove, OK
      Lenora and husband Gordon Sparks of Wyandotte, OK
      five grandchildren and her loving grandson Christopher Burch.
      Services will be held 2:00 pm Tuesday January 2, 2018 at the
      Bassett-Grove Cemetery north of Grove, Oklahoma with the Paul Barton honoring Mrs. Dunning with Native American Rites.
      Interment will follow in the Bassett-Grove Cemetery under the direction of the Paul Thomas Funeral Home and
      Cremation Service of Miami, Oklahoma. The family will sit up in the traditional way with Mrs. Dunning
      till the service at the Seneca-Cayuga Community Center North of Grove, Oklahoma.
      Resource: www.paulthomasfuneralhomes.com
      Source: https://www.familyfriendpoems.com/quotes/

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