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William Lynn Bliss Passes Feb. 13, at 79 Years Old

Founder of the Bliss Construction Company

William Lynn “Bill” Bliss, longtime Newkirk area resident and business entrepreneur, entered the Heavenly Kingdom late Thursday afternoon, Feb. 13, 2014, at Integris Baptist Medical Center, Oklahoma City. He was 79.

The son of Harmon Francis Bliss and Erma Chloe Parks Bliss, Bill was born Jan. 27, 1935, in Ponca City. He grew up on a farm SW of Newkirk and was active in raising and showing calves, lambs and pigs. A member of both 4-H and FFA, he was active in helping his father and brothers on the farm. He attended his first eight years of school at Center School. He attended Newkirk High School, playing football and going on several 4-H judging trips. He graduated in 1953 and has made efforts to keep in touch with former classmates. He attended Panhandle State in Goodwell, Okla., for one semester. Bill always stated that he graduated from the University of “Hard Knocks”.

To read the full  Ponca City News' obituary click here.

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