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Guymon City Manager, Ted Graham, Issues Statement On Mayor Huckins Death
05/05/2010

Kenny Huckins

It is my sad duty to inform you of the death of our City of Guymon Mayor, Kenny Huckins. Mayor Huckins passed away on May 4th, 2010 due to a subarachnoid hemorrhage due to a ruptured aneurysm. Kenny served this city with honor, dedication and love for his city, his constituents and for his family. He was a loving husband to Carla and father to his three sons, Chad, Landon and Aaron. He has one grandson, Caden Huckins.

The City of Guymon has lost a great servant too early. Mayor Huckins had served three years as councilman, one year as Mayor. He is a life long resident of Guymon and has been a volunteer with the Guymon Fire Department for twenty two years.

Henson Novak Funeral Home has announced that services for Mayor Huckins are tentatively planned for Monday, May 10, at 2:00pm at St Peters Catholic Church with graveside services to follow at Elmhurst Cemetery.

Ted Graham

City Manager

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