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Memorial honors Lydia Polley as beloved peace and justice advocate

By Darla Shelden City Sentinel Reporter OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Born Lydia Pfrimmer in Arkansas on July 18, 1931, Lydia Gill Polley, a lifelong peace and justice advocate, transitioned from this world on September 24, 2017.  A well attended celebration of her life was held at Mayflower Congregational Church in Oklahoma City. The event was […]

Celebration of Life event will honor peace and justice activist Lydia Polley on Oct. 14

By Darla Shelden and Patrick B. McGuigan October 4, 2017 OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – Born Lydia Pfrimmer in Arkansas, Lydia Polley came to Crescent, Oklahoma, with her parents at the age of four. She proclaimed to be, “an Okie ever since.” Lydia was a lifelong advocate of “peace and justice for all.”  An unwavering anti-death […]

Lydia Gill Polley to receive Oklahoma Conference of Churches Advocacy Award

by Patrick B. McGugian Lydia Gill Polley of Oklahoma City will receive the Oklahoma Conference of Churches (OCC) Advocacy Award as part of the organization’s “Day at the Legislature” on Monday, February 29 held at the State Capitol. The award will be presented during the luncheon which takes place at St. Paul’s Cathedral, 127 N.W. […]

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