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From: lizzy <>
Subject: Re: [OK-CEM] Enid Pics.
Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2002 12:02:35 -0900
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Thanks so very much!
So what became of the hospital ?
That address does sound Firmiliar on Dr.Office .
and the street name Oakwood came to mind just know for some reason on
the living area, know there was a street light intersection think there
was wheat or hay in the fields?
No my husband at the time worked for Steamatic carpet cleaning. we went
there because hes mother and sibilings where there and believe hes
brother was working at an oil thing in wacomas?
hes mother worked at The first baptist church, and had some of her
brothers and sisters living there Fletchers,
Dora Gillilan wrote:
>Am getting ready to leave to go spent the night at my Sisters.
>When I get home will get busy and see what I can find. The hospital is no
>longer a hospital, but I think the Building may still exist. Will check with
>my Sis-in-law about that and also if she remembers where Nathans Restaurant
>was. We still have a K-Mart.
>Dr. Dwayne L. Janzen is still Doctering. His office is at 915 E. Owen K.
>Garriott Rd. I think that is a brand new medical bldg.
>Was your husband in the service at Vance AFB? It is still here.
>Those big open fields are turning into housing developments and shopping
>centers. Still get the tornado warnings.
>I didn't live here 20 years ago.
>Will get back to you.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "lizzy" <>
>Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2002 1:52 PM
>Subject: Re: [OK-CEM] Cemeteraries in Pontotoc or Garvin County
>>Yes my son was born in Enid,Oklahoma and was mostly wanting to get a
>>Picture of the Hospital in which he was born, Enid Memorial and also hes
>>doctor if that would even be possible??? Hes name was Dewayne L. Janzen.
>>Im thinking hes office was on Garfield street?
>>At the time we lived in some apartments way across town for the life of
>>me can remember the name of them, It was across a big open field and
>> there was a Nathans Restraunt within walking distance cause I worked
>>there and Video arcade thinking also very close by was a Kmart and a
>>grocery story! We lived in Enid only about a year, 1981-1982 so I bet
>>its changed alot.
>>I just thought it would be nice to add some photos to hes book which I
>>wasnt smart enough to take at the time!
>>Does Enid have a Website? Would be intresting to see.
>>I live in Alaska so ice and snow are very common here, we never had much
>>of it down there I remember but when we did boy was it hairy, I remember
>>lots of Tornado warnings however.
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