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Funeral Set for Nocona Business Man Killed in Crash

Mourners are preparing to remember a Texoma man who was killed in a motorcycle crash in Oregon.

Ray and Mary Walker were on the bike when it was hit head on by an SUV that had swerved into oncoming traffic. Ray was killed in the accident. Mary has been hospitalized since the August 15th crash. She is now under the care of Healthsouth in Wichita Falls.

Ray's funeral is set for Saturday, September 4th, at 10:00 AM at the First Baptist Church in Nocona.

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