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Charles Hays

Charles Ray Hays, Jr., 88, was born in Boulder, Colorado on June 22, 1926. He departed this life in Ponca City, Oklahoma on December 11, 2014. He attended the Colorado School for the Deaf in Colorado Springs, Colorado until 1944, and graduated from the Oklahoma School for the Deaf in 1947 with a specialty in […]

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Elena Hawkins

  Wynne Elena Hawkins, 82, formerly of Ponca City, passed away on Friday, January 17, 2014 at Gulfside Hospice in Zephyrhills, Florida. Elena was born in Walters, Oklahoma on March 10, 1931 to Mylor Estep and Nettie Jones Estep. Elena moved from Ponca City to Zephyrhills, FL in May of 2012 and resided at Westbrooke […]

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Pat Patterson Meek

Patricia Patterson Meek passed away on January 22, 2015 at Ponca City Medical Center. She was born in Pawnee, Oklahoma on January 22, 1932 to Leonard J. and Verna W. Sackett. Pat was raised in Ponca City, Oklahoma where she graduated from Ponca City High School in 1950. In August of 1950, following her graduation, […]

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Linda Ann Campbell Speight

           LINDA SPEIGHT October 26, 1946 – June 22, 2014 Longtime Ponca City resident Linda Ann Speight, 67, went to be with the Lord on Sunday, June 22 at Mercy Hospital in OKC. Linda was born on October 26, 1946 in Tulsa, OK to Floyd and Aletha Campbell. She attended grammar school at Attucks Elementary […]

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Sermons 2015

The following sermons are available to either read, or listen to after downloading.  Audio lessons are digitally recorded using the MP3 format and should play automatically on most computer media players by simply clicking on “Listen”.  Printed copies of lessons are PDF files.  Thanks for your interest and for visiting our website.>  Date Speaker Text […]

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Del Rowe

Delmas Rowe Deceased:  Saturday, September 20, 2014 Brother Del Rowe has entered into the promised rest (Hebrews 4:10), following a lengthy struggle and stay in the hospital.  After suffering a fall in his home on July 20th, at which time his hip was broken, he underwent surgery to implant a new hip prosthesis.  He subsequently […]

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CUBA: Cien Fuegos

  Lazaro Leon Lopez and wife, Dalkis One of the works in Cuba with which Hartford has been associated for a long while is the work of brother Lazaro Lopez in Cien Fuegos (capital of Cien Fuegos province).  Brother Lopez has worked hard and effectively in that province for a long time and consequently has […]

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CUBA: Sancti Spiritus

    Jose Sori Cancio, and wife Ramona Right in the middle of the island is the provincial capital, Sancti Spiritus (Holy Spirit).  Here we find one of the most exciting works going on in Cuba.  Brother Jose Sori Cancio, and his wife Ramona have two sons, Maikel and Henry, both of whom are married […]

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CUBA, Las Tunas

Leodan Leyva Balbuena and wife, Adonay   Far to the Southeastern part of the island, one comes to the provincial capital of Las Tunas (the Cactus).  Here, brother Leodan Leyva, along with his father (Oneo), is working with the help of Hartford Avenue with a thriving, growing congregation.  The congregation there meets in a very […]

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JAMAICA, Lluidas Vale

 Jacques and Maydene Small For many years, the Hartford congregation has been involved in helping the Barnes Pen congregation in Lluidas Vale, Jamaica.  This working congregation is nestled in the beautiful hills of Jamacia, an area well-known for its sugar cane production.  The church averages about 40 to 50 on Sunday morning, and has other […]

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