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Scrivener, Oliver E.

Scrivener, Oliver E.

February 19, 1928 — March 3, 2021

Oliver E. Scrivener, 93, passed away March 3, 2021.

Ollie is survived by 2 brothers, 1 daughter, and 1 step-daughter: Otha Scrivener, Orlin Scrivener, Terri McMurry, Leisa Dawson. He was married to Margery from 1949-1978. They had 3 children: Tami, Terri, and Tim. He has 8 grandchildren that he loved to the moon and back. He was married to Ann from 1979. She passed away in 2020. He loved people and loved to dance.

Visitation will be 1-2PM, with services to follow at 2PM, Monday, March 8 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd.; burial in Green Lawn Cemetery.

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Visitation will be 1-2PM, with services to follow at 2PM, Monday, March 8 at Park Lawn Funeral Home, 8251 Hillcrest Rd.; burial in Green Lawn Cemetery.

Scrivener, Oliver E.'s Guestbook

Ollie and Ann very compassionate . Enjoy there company. Rest In Peace!

Jesse Emory

I will always have fond memories of Uncle Ollie.

Jeri Moran

Ollie and Ann were one of our most favorite dance couples. Beautiful dancers, always smiling - and always the friendliest couple on the floor. They will leave an empty spot on the floor here, but will grace the ballroom in heaven with their beautiful style. We will keep the family in our prayers.

Amy Rossbacher

Ollie & Ann were some of our favorite customers at our ballroom in Overland Park, KS. Not only were they excellent dancers they were fun to be with!  They were always very supportive of us and encouraged us. They will greatly be missed in the dance community.

Wade & Bridget Qandil

Ollie was one of my Dad Claud McComas' best friends and Dad used to say he introduced Ollie to Ann. He was the sweetest man, a great dancer and I loved that he came to our Flying Saucer reunions and still danced. I know he will be greatly missed and I can see him with everyone in Heaven catching up and talking about old times. Praying for his family.

Pam McComas Brillhart

My Uncle Oliver was a very nice man. I remember him most from Scrivener family dinners when I was growing up. He was genuinely kind and tolerant of all of us cousins. I will pray for his family that God provide comfort and peace. He will be missed.

Betty Scrivener Rust

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