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Elizabeth Ann Muncy

May 30, 1936 — April 2, 2020

Wilson - Private graveside services for Mrs. Elizabeth “Ann” Muncy, 83 of Wilson will be held at the Hewitt Cemetery of Wilson with Bro. Danny Huntsman officiating. Services are under the care and direction of Alexander Gray Funeral Home of Wilson.

Elizabeth Ann Muncy was born on May 30, 1936, in Ringling, OK, to the late Mr. John Wesley Kirbo and Mrs. Bronta (Whitehead) Kirbo. She passed away April 2, 2020 at Mercy Hospital of Ardmore.

Ann grew up in Fort Worth, TX attending school there later graduating from Pascal High School in 1954. She attended college at TWU where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Education. Ann also attended SMU receiving her Master’s degree. She moved to Wilson in 1968 where she taught many children for multiple generations. She married Mr. J.C. Muncy in 1970. Ann was a local historian who wrote the history of Wilson in the 1990’s and received an award from the Governor of Oklahoma. She was an avid Texas Ranger fan and enjoyed watching baseball. She was also a devoted member of the Shell Street Church of Christ in Healdton. Ann was a Bible scholar and taught the women’s bible class.

She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, J.C. Muncy; sister, Lucille Kirbo, and grandson, Nickolas Bryan Gilliam.

Ann is survived by her son, Jim Gilliam and wife Cathy of Huntsville, AL; sister, Jane Gordon and husband Herman of Denton, TX; three grandchildren, Joshua, Mallory, and Emma Gilliam of Huntsville, AL.; three great grandchildren, Bryan, Mason, and Lilah Gilliam; numerous other family and friends.

Alexander Gray Funeral Home will be open from 1 P.M. to 8 P.M. Friday, April 3, 2020 for Viewing.

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