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Mary Duff Drummond

Points By World's own Service Published: 12/20/2000 POINTS -- Mary Duff (Drummond), one of Hominy's favorite citizens, died at her home on Monday, December 18, at the age of 67. She was born Mary Duff Drummond in Hominy on January 8, 1933. Her parents were Frederick Gentner and Grace (Ford) Drummond. She was the granddaughter of Fred and Addie Drummond, one of Hominy's pioneer families, and founders of the Hominy Trading Company, which eventually became the Pioneer Store. Mary graduated from Hominy High School in 1950, and attended one year at Ward-Belmont College in Nashville, TN, before transferring to Oklahoma A&M at Stillwater. She graduated from A&M in 1954, and later that year, on July 21, she married John Thomas Points. Mary was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Hominy, where she was an elder and former clerk of Session. The church was her rock, and she served it faithfully for many years. Mary was an accomplished pianist, and shared her gift and her love for music with the congregation, and in recent years with the Hominy community as pianist for the annual Holy Week Luncheon Services. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Chapter CX of the PEO Sisterhood, and had served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Hominy Public Library. Mary had an enduring interest in the Oklahoma Historical Society's Drummond Home in Hominy, where she served as a docent. Mary was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by: her husband, Tom Points of the home; children, John and wife Jennifer Points, Tulsa; Beth and husband Bill Hightower, Tulsa; Fred and wife Martha Points, Dallas, TX; Duff Points,
Tulsa; brother Frederick F. and wife Janet Drummond, Pawhuska, OK; sister Ann Woolley, Ada, OK. She is also survived by: 7 grandchildren whom she loved dearly, and who were her special joy. A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, December 20, 2000, at 11 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Hominy with the Rev. Scott C. Fischer officiating. Honorary pallbearers are U.G. Savage, Tex Bayouth, Wayne Ingersoll, Cha Fairweather, Ernie Fairweather, Terry Diacon, C.L. Stallard and Jimmy Allsman. Burial will be at A.J. Powell Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Chapman-Black Funeral Home in Cleveland. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations to either the St. Francis Hospice in Tulsa or the First Presbyterian Church in Hominy.
By World's own Service