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Marvin Gene Hasenfratz Harley Joe Scholz
Nov 2, 1932 - Oct 23, 2012
Jun 21, 1940 - Mar 15, 2013
Marvin Gene Hasenfratz, 79, of Perry, Oklahoma, was the
son of Adam Joseph and Mary Margaret (Ewy) Hasenfratz.
He was born on November 2, 1932 in Perry, Oklahoma and
died Tuesday, October 23, 2012 at Perry Memorial Hospital,
He graduated from Sumner High School in 1951. After
high school Marvin served his country in the United States
Army from 1952 to 1954.
He enjoyed western movies, puzzles, wood working and
fishing, but most of all he loved spending time with his
family and friends.
On May 15, 1953 Marvin married his sweetheart and
best friend Emma Lou Grim in Fort Hood, Texas. She
preceded him in death on June 16, 2002.
Marvin was a member of the Perry Elks Lodge where he
served as the Exalted Ruler several times as well as held
various offices. He was a member of the First Presbyterian
Church where he also served as a deacon.
Harley Joe Scholz was born June 21, 1940, the first
Marvin is survived by his son Danny Hasenfratz and his
son of Joe and Sybil Scholz of Perry. He died on March
wife, Johnna of Stillwater, Oklahoma; his daughter, Debbie
Beasley of Perry, Oklahoma; three grandchildren, Cody John
He attended first grade at Pleasant Valley country
Beasley and Carol of Morrison, Oklahoma, Katie Jo Auteri
school, and in second grade became a student of Perry
of Dearborn, Michigan, Justin Auteri of Larned, Kansas; two
schools. He graduated from PHS in 1958 and took two
great grandchildren, Savannah Beasley and Tripp Beasley of
years at Northern Oklahoma Junior College, where he was
Morrison, Oklahoma; two brothers, Wayne Hasenfratz and
Student Senate president. After another year at Oklahoma
his wife, Nancy of Kingfisher, Oklahoma, Adam Hasenfratz
State University, he was accepted into the Oklahoma
and his wife, Michelle of Edmond, Oklahoma; one brother-
University School of Medicine, graduating in 1965. He
in-law, Bud Grim of Perry, Oklahoma, one sister-in-law
served his internship at the University of Washington amd
LaDonna Hodge of Edmond, Oklahoma; loving companion
practiced family medicine first in Yates Center, KS, and
of nine years Betty Bowers of Stillwater, Oklahoma and
then in Enterprise, OR for 17 years.
numerous nieces and nephews.
He married Sue Stewart in 1962 & had four children.
He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Emma Lou
In Enterprise Dr. Scholz became a community leader and
and his parents, Adam and Mary Hasenfratz.
raised Simmental cattle. An avid bow hunter and trout
fisherman, he was also a Little League coach,school
board member and chief of staff at the local hospital.
Ill health necessitated a life change and the fam-
ily moved to Glendale, Arizona, where he joined Cigna
Healthcare. He thanked God for each new morning, and
he especially enjoyed his patients. He was named Cigna
Clinician of the Year in 1984 and his practice grew to
be the largest family practice in the Cigna system. In
addition, he and Sue helped start a new Christian church,
hosting the services in their home until a more permanent
location was arranged.
Retirement came in 1999, and Harley and Sue moved
back to Perry, where he renewed acquaintances and
reveled in the home of his youth. He became a leader
in his church, Ceres Christian, teaching Sunday School,
and also had a Bible study sponsored by Perry Christian
A lifelong servant of man and God, Dr. Scholz was
physician, mentor, elder, supporter of youth and athletics
fan. Known for his favorite conversation starter: "I've
got a story for you," Harley entertained his friends
with anecdotes that he had collected during his life of
He is survived by Sue, their four children and their
families. He is also survived by his brother, Jerry Scholz
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