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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Death notices published Feb. 23, 2017

Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma. 

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

SAMMY RISENHOOVER

Sammy Risenhoover Sammy Risenhoover, 72, of Wagoner, OK, passed away February 10, 2017, surrounded by his family. He went to be with his parents, Sam and Martha (Cooper) Risenhoover, three sisters, on brother, and friends. Sammy was born June 5, 1944 in Fort Gibson, OK. He was the owner of S & L. Auto Sales in Wagoner, OK for over 30 years. He would proudly say his was the oldest car lot in Wagoner. He was better known by friends as "Uncle Sam" and by his grandkids and close friends as "Goob". He loved spending time with his family and friends. A favorite pass time of Sammy's was going to the races. Sammy enjoyed numerous racing trips with his grandson, Samuel, along with many of his dear friends. Sammy was a loving and kind husband to Carolyn, his wife of 38 years. During those 38 years they enjoyed trips together, numerous adventures, and lots of good times filled with laughter. Sammy and Carolyn had one son, Tom Bell, and his family of Wagoner. Sammy leaves behind his wife, Carolyn Risenhoover of the home in Wagoner, OK; his son and daughter-in-law, Tom and Aubree Bell of Wagoner, OK; several grandchildren, one brother, Jimmy and wife, Elaine pf Oktaha, OK; three sisters, Pat and husband, John Hollingshed, Sandra and husband Kenneth Hopkins, all of Muskogee, OK, and Shelia and husband, Lonnie Haughey of Warner, OK; many dear friends; and last but not least, the two family dogs, Pete and Star, whom Sammy loved dearly. The funeral service will be held Thursday, February 16, 2017 at the First Assembly of God in Wagoner. Family has requested jeans for the service. Interment will follow at the Hulbert Community (I.O.O.F.) Cemetery in Hulbert, OK.

JAMES OLLIE BLANDON JR.

James Ollie Blandon Jr. On November 9, 1943, a baby boy, James Ollie Blandon Jr. was born to Corelia and James Blandon Sr. in Wagoner, Oklahoma. He was the youngest of two children. He attended school in the Wagoner Public School System graduating from Lincoln High School with the Class of 1963. James held several jobs during his working career. He was a patrolman with the Wagoner City Police Department, a security guard for H and R Hill, and his final job before retiring was as a maintenance worker at Franscian Villa Living Center. James also found a hobby that he loved which was meeting and talking with others through the use of CB radios. He is preceded in death by his wife Barbara Blandon, his mother and father, and his daughter, Jamesetta Blandon. He leaves to mourn nine children: Mykal Buckley, Dominique Walker, Arianna Blandon of the home; Treva Blandon and LaKisha Blandon of Wagoner; James Blandon III of Tulsa; Stephanie Lane (David) of Tulsa; Carla Mayberry of Tulsa; and Kent Mayberry of Tulsa. One sister Norma Jean Brown and husband Richard of Long Beach, CA; five grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other family members. Services were held at 10 a.m., Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at the Union Baptist Church with Reverend Jamie Powell officiating. Arrangements and cremation were under the care of Shipman Funeral Home & Crematory.

DAVID BECK

David Beck David Thomas Beck, age 84, resident of Coweta passed away on Friday, February 10, 2017 in Batesville, AR. David was born on September 30, 1932 to William F. and Vera (Wilkins) Beck in Encino, NM. He and Betty Sue (VanLiew) Beck were married on February 15, 1952 and she preceded him in death on January 15, 2017. David was a Petroleum Engineer and was owner of a drilling company until retirement. He was a member of Lone Star Baptist Church in Coweta. He enjoyed Sudoku, crossword puzzles and reading. David was preceded in death by wife, Betty Beck, his parents, 1 brother, Clifford Reeves, 1 sister, Betty June Davidson, 1 grandson, Toeper Dwain Magby and his step-mom, Ruby Beck. David is survived by 1 daughter, Deborah Kay Donley and husband, Donnie of Coweta, OK; 1 son, Dennis Ray Beck and wife, Susan of Batesville, AR; 2 sisters, Colleen Hamilton and husband, James of Roswell, NM and Louise Harrison of Albuquerque, NM; 6 grandchildren, Mandie Browning, Rachel Dragony, Jason Beck, Daniel Beck (Jenny), Devin Donley (Catey) and Jerard Magby (Jennifer); 12 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. There are no services planned for David. Family and friends may share memories online at www.brownfamilyfuneralhome.com. The family of David Beck entrusted his care and cremation to Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home, 210 S. Broadway, Coweta, OK 74429, 918-486-5515.

Deaths published Feb. 22, 2017

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Sunday, February 19, 2017

Death Notices published Feb. 19, 2017

TULSA

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Death notices published Feb. 16, 2017

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

PATRICIA STANFORD

Patricia Stanford Patricia Lee Lauterbach Raper Stanford, age 77, recently of Savoy, IL, long time resident of Plainfield, IL, passed away peacefully, February 4, 2017 at the Villas of Hollybrook, in Savoy, IL. She was born June 30, 1939 in Pryor, OK to the loving late parents, John and Doris Lauterbach of Mazie. Loving wife of her late first husband, William Raper and her second husband, Kenneth Stanford, wedded for 48 years. Caring mom of Suzanne (Neil) Griffith, Zachary (Sara) Stanford, Chris (Julie) Stanford, Bruce (Johnna) Stanford, Mel (Jan) Stanford, and Angie Stanford. Fun grandma of Ashley, Heath, Aaron, Jerrod, Kendra, Kelsey, Caleb, Austin, Jack, Amelia, Aleigha, and David. Great-grandma of Alyssa , Keira, Tyler, Ivy, Jaela, Kennedy, and Kaeden. Warm and humorous sister of Margaret (John) Cox, Johnny (Susan) Lauterbach, and Bill (Loan) Lauterbach. Her beloved grand dogs "Leila and Molly". Aunt of many nieces and nephews. Pat worked for the Board of Education in Wichita, KS for many years. She was very active at St. Mary Immaculate Church including chairwoman of the funeral luncheon committee and also received the St. Mary Immaculate CCW, woman of the year. Pat also volunteered for the Meals on Wheels Program for many years. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 1:30 PM, Friday, February 10, 2017 at St. Mary Immacculate Church in Plainfield, Illinois. Graveside services will be at 11:00 AM, Saturday, February 18, 2017 in the Elmwood Cemetery, Wagoner, Oklahoma, under the direction of Hersman-Nichols Funeral Home. Memorial donations may be made to ALS Research Fund, University of Chicago, Dept. of Neurology, 5841 S. Maryland Ave., Chicago, IL 60637.

JOSEPHINE RIGGS

Josephine M. (Rodriquez) Riggs Josephine Riggs, lifelong resident of Wagoner, Oklahoma, passed this life on Saturday, February 11, 2017. She was born in Bartlesville, Oklahoma on June 2, 1929 to Mauricio and Mercead Rodriquez. At the age of 14 she started working as a waitress, then went to work at Modern Cleaners. Josephine attended Wagoner Public Schools and graduated in 1948. She married Robert Wayne Riggs on December 14, 1956, and he preceded her in death in March of 1984. Jo later attended the Muskogee Beauty School and received her Beautician License. Jo then went to work with her sister Virginia Gardenhire at the Silver Beauty Shop and worked until she retired in 1999. She was gifted with sewing, crocheting and cooking. Josephine then began the Grandparents program and reached out to be "Grandma Jo" at Ellington School in 2000. When she attended the football games, children saw her and would always come and speak with her. She was the longest living member of the Holy Cross Catholic Church in Wagoner. Jo enjoyed attending school sports, football and especially baseball. She and Virginia would attend any game, if a child asked them to come and watch them play. Around 1997 they were presented with an award for Fans Of Wagoner School Sports. In 2009 Josephine received a plaque at the All Sports Awards for the oldest and longest person attending the Wagoner Football games. In 2013 her health began to fail her and she could no longer attend. She was such a loving person, never met a stranger and always had her gentle and caring smile. She was also preceded in death by her parents, brothers, Paul, Andrew and Manual Rodriquez, and her sisters, Elsie Clardy, Virginia Gardenhire and Georgia Chavez. She is survived by her sister in laws; Nelma Rodriquez-Sterling of Wagoner, and Sue Largue of OKC, OK, numerous nieces, nephews and extended family members and friends. A Rosary service for Josephine was held at 7:00 p.m., Monday evening at the Shipman Funeral Home. Visitation was on Tuesday, February 14th from 10 a.m., to 6:00 p.m. A Mass service will be held at 1:00 P.M., Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at the Holy Cross Catholic Church in Wagoner, with Father Leo Ahanotu and Deacons, Jim Ruyle and Rick Painter. Interment will follow at the Elmwood Cemetery in Wagoner, under the direction of Shipman Funeral Home & Crematory.

Monday, February 13, 2017

Death notices published Feb. 13, 2017

Includes Tulsa and northeast Oklahoma.

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Death notices published Feb. 11, 2017

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Thursday, February 09, 2017

Death notices published Feb. 9, 2017

Death notices for today.

Friday, February 03, 2017

Deaths published Feb. 3, 2017.

Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma. 

Thursday, February 02, 2017

Death notices published Feb. 2, 2017

Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma. 

Wednesday, February 01, 2017

KRISTIE RICHMOND

Kristie Richmond Richmond, Kristie Deann, 47, Registered Nurse at Wagoner Public Schools. Died January 26, 2017. Viewing Sunday, January 29, 1:00 -7:00 PM. Funeral service at Mallett Chapel Monday, January 30, 11:00 AM. Mallett Funeral Home and Crematory.

DAVID BOWERS

David Bowers David L. Bowers, age 79, resident of Coweta passed away on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at his home in Coweta, OK. David was born on June 7, 1937 to John Wesley and Gladys Irene (Mannon) Bowers in Ft. Gibson, OK. He married Pearlie Guss on July 10, 1957 in Greenville, MS. David worked at GC Broach Company as a foreman for many years until he retired in 1986. He enjoyed working on cars and fishing. David was preceded in death by his parents, 5 brothers and 2 sisters. David is survived by his wife, Pearlie Bowers; 2 daughters, Carol Foster and Patricia Flores and husband, Louis; 4 sons, Leon Bowers, Tommy Bowers, Doug Bowers and Joe Bowers and wife, Jeanie; 4 brothers; 3 sisters; 13 grandchildren; 28 great grandchildren; 2 great-great grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Viewing for David was from 12-7 PM on Friday, January 27, 2017 at the funeral home. Services celebrating David's life were at 1 PM on Saturday, January 28, 2017 at Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home Chapel in Coweta, OK with Rev. David Jones officiating. Burial followed in Shahan Cemetery in Coweta, OK. Pallbearers were Jerry "Hoot" Bowers, Buddy Bowers, Scott Robinson, Tommy James, Bobby James and Jeffrey James. Honorary Pallbearers were Richard "Dew" Bowers and Michael Mac. Family and friends may share memories online at www.brownfamilyfuneralhome.com. The family of David Bowers entrusted his care and services to Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home, 210 S. Broadway, Coweta, OK 74429, 918-486-5515.

EMMA BRESHEARS

Emma Breshears Emma Mae Breshears, age 84, resident of Coweta went to be with her Lord and Savior on Saturday morning, January 28, 2017 at Coweta Manor Nursing Home in Coweta, OK surrounded by her family. Emma was born on July 14, 1932 to Simon and Nellie (Morton) Hallum in Haskell, OK. She was a 1950 graduate of Haskell High School. Emma and Marion Franklin "Bud" Breshears were married on April 1, 1950 in Van Buren, AR. She was a devoted homemaker who loved caring for her family. Emma was a member of the First Baptist Church in Coweta. She enjoyed crocheting, quilting, sewing, ceramics, collecting barbies, working on family genealogy and she loved spending time with her grandchildren. Emma was preceded in death by her parents, 1 granddaughter, Jennifer Lynn Kennedy and 2 brothers, Junior Hallum and Jimmy Hallum. Emma is lovingly survived by her husband of 66 years, Bud Breshears of the home in Coweta, OK; 4 children, Buddy Breshears and wife, Diane of Park Hill, OK, Kathy Frost and husband, Bud of South Coffeyville, OK, Diana Garrett and husband, Terry of Neosho, MO and David Breshears of Coweta, OK; 2 brothers, Alvin Hallum and Jerry Hallum; 5 sisters, Betty Muller, Joyce Sack, Sharon Clark, Wanda Snyder and Janice Hallum; 9 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; 2 great-great grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Viewing for Emma was from 2-8 PM on Monday, January 30, 2017 at Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home. Services celebrating Emma's life were at 10 AM on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at the First Baptist Church in Coweta, OK with Rev. David Jones officiating. Burial followed in Gibson Cemetery in Stone Bluff, OK. Pallbearers were Buck Frost, Keith Frost, Matthew Breshears, BJ Breshears, Mikey Breshears, Kaylob Kennedy and Joshua Garrett. Family and friends may share memories online at www.brownfamilyfuneralhome.com. The family of Emma Breshears entrusted her care and services to Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home, 210 S. Broadway, Coweta, OK 74429, 918-486-5515.

BRYCE GENEVA

Bryce Geneva Bryce Lee Geneva, age 52, of Coweta passed away on Thursday, January 26, 2017 at his home in Coweta, OK. Bryce was born on September 21, 1964 to Robert Franklin "Bob" and Sandra Gail (Stringer) Geneva in Wagoner, OK. He was a 1982 graduate of Coweta High School. Bryce worked at Marc Miller Buick GMC in Tulsa, OK for many years. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, cooking, family events and spending time with his daughter and family. Bryce was preceded in death by his father, Bob Geneva and his maternal and paternal grandparents. Bryce is lovingly survived by his mother, Sandra Geneva-Carlile and husband, Charlie of Hulbert, OK; his daughter, Kaycee Geneva of Coweta, OK; his brother, Brian Geneva and wife, Lillian of Coweta, OK; his sister, Christy Breedlove and husband, Micah of Locust Grove, OK; 2 nephews, JD Geneva and Matt Breedlove; 1 niece, Amanda Geneva; and other relatives and a host of friends. Viewing for Bryce was from 2-8 PM on Monday, January 30, 2017 at Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home with the family present from 6-8 PM. Services celebrating Bryce's life were at 2 PM on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at the First Christian Church in Coweta, OK with Pastor Allan Swinson officiating. Pallbearers were Chip Geneva, Clint Geneva, Craig Geneva, Wade Curlee, Matt Breedlove and JD Geneva. Honorary Pallbearers were Heath Hill, Brady Hill, Rusty Stringer, Jerry Breshears and Steve Shatswell. Family and friends may share memories online at www.brownfamilyfuneralhome.com. The family of Bryce Geneva entrusted his care and services to Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home, 210 S. Broadway, Coweta, OK 74429, 918-486-5515.

CAROLE WINNETT

Carole Winnett Carole Maxine Winnett, age 70, of Broken Arrow went to be with her Lord and Savior on Thursday morning, January 26, 2017 at her home surrounded by her family. Carole was born on February 5, 1946 to Samuel Theodore and Ida Maxine (Blakemore) Spradlin in Quero, TX. She was a 1964 graduate of Edison High School in Tulsa, OK. Carole married Larry Frank Winnett on August 20, 1971 in McAlester, OK. She was a devoted homemaker who loved caring for her family. Carole was a member of Rhema Bible Church in Broken Arrow. She enjoyed reading, cooking, crocheting, painting, sewing, designing, watching HGTV, watching Dallas Cowboys football and designing, decorating and remodeling homes. Carole was preceded in death by her parents and her son, Samuel Wess "Sam" Winnett. Carole is lovingly survived by her husband of 45 years, Larry Frank Winnett of the home in Broken Arrow, OK; 3 children, James Robert "Bobby" Winnett and wife, Kimberly of Overland Park, KS, Stephanie Blake Kinnear and husband, Brian of Broken Arrow, OK and Christopher Douglas "Doug" Winnett and wife, Tori of Tulsa, OK; 1 brother, Ronald T. Spradlin and wife, Terry of Coweta, OK; 1 sister, Donna C. Callaghan and husband, Mike of Owasso, OK; 10 grandchildren, Paige, Luke, Hannah, Joseph, Jessica, Rachel, Cole, Mary, Presley and Austin; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends. Viewing with the family present was from 4-6 PM on Sunday, January 29, 2017 at Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home. Services celebrating Carole's life were at 1 PM on Monday, January 30, 2017 at Coweta Assembly of God in Coweta, OK with Pastor Bill Ray officiating. Burial followed in Vernon Cemetery in Coweta, OK. Pallbearers were Jay Jackson, Joseph McKinzie, Luke Winnett, Cole Winnett, Mike Freeman and Michael Spradlin. Family and friends may share memories online at www.brownfamilyfuneralhome.com. The family of Carole Winnett entrusted her care and services to Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home, 210 S. Broadway, Coweta, OK 74429, 918-486-5515.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Death notices published Jan. 31, 2017

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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Death Notices published Jan. 29, 2017

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

PAULA ALLEN

Paula Jo Allen Allen, Paula Jo, 73, retired teacher, died January 19, 2017. Viewing was from 1:00 PM-7:00 PM Sunday at Mallett Funeral Home and Crematory, Wagoner. Funeral was at 1:00 PM Monday, at First Baptist Church, Hulbert.

HELEN BRYAN OBIT

Helen Marie (Wright) Steeley Bryan Helen Marie (Wright) Steeley Bryan, 83, of Neosho, Missouri, dear mother, passed peacefully January 4, 2017, in Joplin, Missouri, at age 83. Born in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, August 5, 1933, to Clarence Burton Wright and Ora Ellen (Coe) Wright. Helen loved her cats, was an avid organic gardener, and studied essential oils and naturopathy. She is survived by her daughter Laurel Gayle (Bryan) Crenshaw, grandson Sylvestor A. Crenshaw, sister JoAnn (Wright) Wilborn, and four other estranged children. A private memorial has been held. Condolences may be sent to JoAnn Wilborn, 21958 S. 484th E. Ave., Porter, OK 74454.

EDWARD MITCHELL

Edward A. Mitchell Former Wagoner resident, Edward A. Mitchell died Friday, January 13, 2017 at the Flint Hills Care Center in Emporia, KS. He was 83. Edward and his wife Wanda (Carr) Mitchell were active in the Baptist Church. Edward served in the US Army, played baseball and worked for Chrysler Corporation. No services are planned.

WALTER EUGENE SMITH

Walter Eugene Smith Walter Eugene Smith also lovingly known by many as "Eugene" entered eternity on Thursday, January 12, 2017 after along and courageous battle with cancer. Eugene was a devoted father, policeman and man of God. He has been a resident in the Porter community for thirty years moving from Bixby. Wherever Eugene went you could always see the joy on his face and the love he had for his family, friends and community. A few of his hobbies included hog hunting, working cattle, playing with his grandkids, enjoying family and friends, leather work and serving the community as a police officer. Eugene touched many lives in his fifty six years of life he made a big impact on those who were always around him. One of the many traits that people will always remember him by is his strength and how he would never give up no matter how strong the battle was. Lieutenant Eugene began his law enforcement career in 1993 serving in the reserves on April 1995 he became the Chief of Police in Porter until he became Lieutenant Deputy Eugene Smith in 2006 at the Wagoner County Sherriff Department. While on the police force he was known for always standing up for what was right and taking care of those who he was in charge of. He is survived by his sons; Eugene "Bub" and his wife Melissa Smith of Okay, Mathew Smith and Mandy Peck of Porter and Chris and his wife Brandie Edwards of Ponca City, daughters; Jana Smith of the home and Billie Jo Smith of Coweta, five granddaughters, seven grandsons, sisters Mary Ann Hopkins of Stillwater, Donna Jeann Smith of Mounds and Alma Faye Smith of Guthrie, along with his fellow police brothers and sisters and friends in the surrounding communities who will miss him dearly. A ceremony to celebrate the wonderful life of Lieutenant Deputy Eugene Smith was held on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at 2:00 p.m., at the First Assembly of God Church in Wagoner, Oklahoma with Sheriff Chris Elliott and Life Celebrant Anita Shipman officiating. Serving as pallbearers to honor Eugene were Bub Smith, Mathew Smith, Chris Edwards, Chance Stirlen, Brian Baucom and Mark Krenek. Honorary pallbearers were Dustin Dorr, Lamar Jackson, Jake Graham, Nick Mahoney, Kyle Johnson, P. Nut, Dylan Hunter, Caleb Harris and Rusty Treat. Eugene was laid to rest at Greenwood Cemetery in Porter, Oklahoma. Arrangements were entrusted to Shipman Funeral Home & Crematory in Wagoner, Oklahoma.

PENNY JEAN POST TROTTER

Penny Jean Post Trotter Penny Trotter entered into eternity on Saturday, January 14, 2017 in Muskogee, Oklahoma with her family by her side at the Muskogee Veterans Hospital. Her life began on January 22, 1951 in Mt. Pleasant Michigan to Melvin Eugene Post and Glema Grace Hungerford Post. Penny attended school in Mt. pleasant Michigan until she joined the United States Women's Army Corp in November of 1969. Penny was proud to serve our country and she was honorably discharged in May of 1971. Penny was a life time member of the Disabled Veterans, National Defense Medal recipient, Charter Member of Women in Military Service in Washington, DC. Penny married Lyle Lesley Trotter on April 7th in 1990 in Wagoner, Oklahoma. Both Penny & Lyle were faithful members of Crossroads Community Church in Wagoner. Penny loved to paint and draw and was also a member of the Wagoner Art Guild for many years she had a passion to read, cross stitch and craft. She was a faithful servant to God who faced many battles in life but also continued to fight no matter how tired she would get. Three weeks ago when she lost her beloved Lyle her heart was broken and it would be safe to say she was ready to go home and be with her Lord and husband. Penny was preceded in death by her parents, her loving husband Lyle Trotter and nephew Cody Eugene Hardcastle. Penny has left behind a wonderful legacy for her sisters, Roberta "Lynn" Hardcastle, Cindy Bettendorf and her husband Dan; one brother, Melvin Eugene Post Jr. and his wife Pily; three nephews, Jesse Hardcastle and his wife Holly and Kevin and Keith Bettendorf; two nieces, Sonya Hardcastle and Katelynne Bettendorf; two great nieces and two great nephews, along with many church family members and close friends who are going to miss her tremendously. A ceremony to celebrate the life of Penny Trotter was held at 2:00 p.m., on Thursday, January 19, 2017 at the Shipman Funeral Home Chapel in Wagoner, Oklahoma. She was laid to rest next to her husband Lyle at the Elmwood Cemetery in the Bennett Addition. Sharing special words about Penny's life was Pastor Gary Woodson. Arrangements have been entrusted to Shipman Funeral Home & Crematory in Wagoner, Oklahoma.

BETTY BECK

Betty Beck Betty Sue Beck, age 81, resident of Coweta passed away on Sunday, January 15, 2017 at her home in Coweta, OK surrounded by her family. Betty was born on April 14, 1935 to Archie and Alice Mae (McCormick) VanLiew in Lubbock, TX. She and David Beck were united in marriage on February 15, 1952. Betty worked at AT&T as a Coin Clerk until she retired. She was a member of Lone Star Baptist Church in Coweta. She enjoyed quilting, oil painting, going to craft shows and she loved her church. Betty was preceded in death by her parents, 1 brother, RJ VanLiew and 1 grandson, Toeper Dwain Magby. Betty is survived by her husband, David Beck of Coweta, OK; 1 daughter, Deborah Kay Donley and husband, Donnie of Coweta, OK; 1 son, Dennis Ray Beck and wife, Susan of Batesville, AR; 6 grandchildren, Devin Donley (Catey), Jerard Magby (Jennifer), Rachel Dragony, Mandie Browning, Jason Beck and Daniel Beck (Jenny); 12 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. There are no services planned for Betty. Family and friends may share memories online at www.brownfamilyfuneralhome.com. The family of Betty Beck entrusted her care and cremation to Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home, 210 S. Broadway, Coweta, OK 74429, 918-486-5515.

LOIS PARKS

Lois Parks Lois I. Parks of Coweta passed away on Saturday afternoon, January 21, 2017 at Broken Arrow Nursing Home. She was 91 years old. Lois was born on December 12, 1925 in Lamont, OK. She was the daughter of Karl and Edith (Hardwick) Tebow. She graduated from Lamont High School in Lamont, OK in 1943. On June 20, 1943, she and Blaine M. Parks were united in marriage in Lamont, OK. Lois started her life's journey as a farmer's wife. In 1946, after moving to town she worked at the local drug store and later in a doctor's office. That inspired her to go back to school in Blackwell, OK to get her LPN license. She started that career working at Blackwell's General Hospital. In 1958, her family moved to Manchester, OK. She continued her nursing career working in Anthony, KS at their local hosptial and raising her three children. In 1971, she moved to Coweta, OK. In 1974, she started working at the Coweta Manor Nursing Home. After the death of her husband in 1995 she did volunteer work as a Grandmother in the Central Elementary School in Coweta helping students and teachers. Her second year she was voted Grandmother of the year, 2003, in the State of Oklahoma. After 3 years she retired and started rocking babies at the ABC Learning Center in Coweta (formerly known as Lollipop Kids Day Care). This was her favorite job. Her hobbies included fishing and riding 4-wheelers. Lois is survived by 1 son, Gary Parks and wife, Lana of Argonia, KS; 2 daughters, Karla Caruth and husband, Clayton of Broken Arrow, OK and Cindy Olden and husband, Frank of Okay, OK; 2 brothers, Dwaine Tebow of Lamont, OK and Rex Tebow of Blackwell, OK; 7 grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren; 4 great-great grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Lois was precededed in death by her husband, Blaine, her parents and 1 brother, Lloyd Tebow. Viewing was from 9 AM - 8 PM on Tuesday, January 24, 2017 at Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home. Services celebrating the life of Lois will be at 1 PM on Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at the First Christian Church in Coweta, OK with Tony Holmes officiating. Burial will follow in Vernon Cemetery in Coweta. Family and friends may share memories online at www.brownfamilyfuneralhome.com. The family of Lois Parks entrusted her care and services to Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home, 210 S. Broadway, Coweta, OK 74429, 918-486-5515.

Deaths published Jan. 25, 2017

Including Tulsa and northeastern Oklahoma. 

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Death notices published Jan. 24, 2017

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

SHIRLEY POSEY

Shirley Posey Posey, Shirley, 81, retired owner/operator of Wagoner Small Engine. Died January 12, 2017. Visitation Thursday, January 19 5:00-7:00 pm at Mallett Funeral Home and Crematory. Funeral 10:00 AM Friday, January 20 at First Baptist Church. Mallett Funeral Home and Crematory.

NICOLE MILLER

Nicole Miller Nicole Machelle Miller passed away December 5, 2016 in Chiang Mai, Thailand. She was born November 17, 1983 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. She graduated from Wagoner High School in 2002 and attended Oklahoma State University where she studied fashion design. Nicole married Bradley Miller July 11, 2015 in Chiang Mai, Thailand and together they owned and operated a clothing business, the Orient Trail. She took pride in caring for her nails and skin and enjoyed modeling for the Orient Trail. She was a certified scuba diver and loved living in Thailand and going to the beach. Nicole enjoyed art-work, music, and reading. She also loved rainbows and Thailand food and her favorite color was purple; but most of all, she loved cats. Nicole was very intelligent and knowledgeable and had taught English at the Xinyu University in Jianjxi Province, China. Nicole grew up in the First United Methodist Church in Wagoner where she was a member. She was preceded in death by her father, Evert "Chip" Dirl Stacy and her grandparents, Evert "Bub" and Mary Stacy. Nicole is survived by her husband, Bradley Miller; her mother, Jennifer Cox; three sisters, Shelly Stacy, Catlin Cox and Lacey Cox; nephews, Dean Ray Cobain Epperson and Wesley Dirl Hogan and her aunt, Jamielu Knowles. Memorial services are scheduled for 2:00 PM, Saturday, January 21, 2017 in the First United Methodist Church in Wagoner, Oklahoma with the Reverends Larry Abernathy and Jim Hollifield officiating. Services are under the direction of Hersman-Nichols Funeral Home, Wagoner. You may view the memorial video or send your condolences to the family at www.hersman-nichols.com.

JOHN DAVIS

John Davis Memorial services for John Michael Davis will be held on Saturday, January 21st, 2017 at 1:00 PM at the Wagoner County Show Barn in Wagoner, OK. All of John's friends are invited to share stories about John's extraordinary life. John's final resting place is at his home in West Virginia. John Michael Davis passed from this life on January 11th, 2017 at his home in Tahlequah, OK, living the life he loved. Born on August 16th, 1950 in Charleston, WV, he was the son of Walter and Bessie (Stone) Davis. He grew up with two brothers and one sister, attended school in West Virginia, and upon completing school, enlisted in the US Marin Corp on December 2nd, 1968, attaining the rank of Corporal. At the age of twenty, John was in a helicopter crash that ended his career in the Marine Corp, and resulting in his honorable discharge at the age of twenty. That was of no consequence to John, he was determined to live a full and rewarding life on his own terms, no matter what life doled out to him. He married and raised two sons, John Jr, or Mike to his friends and Casey. He loved any time spent with his sons, supporting them in their endeavors and just sharing memories. He loved being outdoors, fishing by the river, then maybe an overnight camping session. There was nothing better. He loved classic cars, especially corvettes, and had attained certificates to perform paint and body work. If the car attained speed, John was a fan. He was always in the company of his canine companions, and loved the German Shepard breed. He had owned three who answered to Jazz, Freedom and Brandy. He made friends easily and never expected more of a friend than their presence from time to time. He was fun to be around and possessed a great sense of humor. Whenever he had the chance, he gathered his friends and they opened up a bottle of Dickel Whiskey, and celebrated life and all it had to offer. He was patriotic, and was proud of his service to his country. He was a member of the American Legion, and supported many organizations with his generous donations over the years. Of all he possessed on earth, there was nothing more precious than his sons and his granddaughters. He enjoyed hearing their stories of their latest antics and always encouraged them to be free spirits and to see the world for the beautiful place that is was. He was young when he passed, but there is not a doubt in his families mind, he lived every moment to its fullest. Rest in peace, John. He is preceded in death by his mother, father, and his sister, Mary Davis Strickland. Those left to cherish John's memory include two sons, John "Mike" Davis and wife Serai of Wagoner and Casey Davis of Tulsa, OK. He leaves two brothers, Walter Davis of West Virginia and Fred Davis and wife Sherri of Charleston, West Virginia. He lives on in his granddaughters, Sydney Parisotto and Emily Parisotto of the home in Wagoner, OK, as well as many cousins and a host of friends and loved ones.

JANE BEEDLE

Jane Beedle Jane Beedle passed away peacefully at home January 8, 2017 at the age of 92. She was born January 27th, 1924 in Pryor, OK. She married Charles Beedle on March 9, 1953. They were married for fifteen years before his death on July 7, 1968. They had three children Sandra, Charles and Susie. Along with her children she leaves behind many grandkids, great grandkids and many dear friends. A Memorial Service will be held at 3:30 P.M. on Saturday January 21, 2017 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Shipman Funeral Home & Crematory in Wagoner, Oklahoma.

JAN SPARKS

Jan Sparks Janna Lynn "Jan" Sparks, age 56, resident of Coweta passed away on Thursday, January 12, 2017 at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa, OK. Jan was born on June 9, 1960 to Melvin Carol and Linda Lee (Hager) Turley in Okmulgee, OK. She was a 1978 graduate of Morris High School and then attended OSU-Okmulgee where she received her LPN degree. Jan loved caring for people and worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse for 38 years and was currently working at The Gardens in Sapulpa, OK. She and Kevin Wayne Sparks were married on June 24, 2000 in Broken Arrow, OK. She enjoyed camping, riding on the Harley, antiquing and spending time and taking care of her family, especially her grandchildren. Jan was preceded in death by her father, Melvin Turley, her 1st husband, Gregory Jones and 1 grandson, Coby Jones. Jan is survived by her husband, Kevin Sparks of the home in Coweta, OK; 2 daughters, Amber Plautz and husband, Don of Oil City, PA and Angel Jones and Chris of Sand Springs, OK; 1 son, Dustin Jones and Jennifer of Coweta, OK; 1 brother, Tim Turley and wife, Carla of Morris, OK; 2 sisters, Carmela Warren and husband, Mike of Morris, OK and Darla Maxwell and husband, Matt of Okmulgee, OK; many grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Viewing for Jan was from 9 AM - 8 PM on Monday, January 16, 2017 and Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at the funeral home. Services celebrating Jan's life will be at 2 PM on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at the Coweta Church of God of Prophecy in Coweta, OK with Pastor Larry Brown and Pastor Larry Duncan officiating. Burial will follow in Vernon Cemetery in Coweta, OK. Pallbearers are Daniel Jones, Dawson Barnes, Matt Maxwell, Chris Maffeo, Tommy Faulkner, Lonnie Leonard Swarer, III, Kendall Warren and Jimmy VanWinkle. Honorary Pallbearers are Ronnie Bonner and Cliff Beam. Family and friends may share memories online at www.brownfamilyfuneralhome.com. The family of Jan Sparks entrusted her care and services to Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home, 210 S. Broadway, Coweta, OK 74429, 918-486-5515.

LEONA BRENTS

Leona Brents Leona O. Brents, age 95, longtime resident of Coweta went to be with her Lord and Savior on Sunday evening, January 15, 2017 at the Clarehouse in Tulsa, OK surrounded by her family. Leona was born on March 14, 1921 to George F. and Ada (Davis) Shaw in Miller, OK. She was a graduate of Moyers High School and then attended college at Durant and Wilburton. Leona then moved to Tulsa where she worked during the war time at Brown Duncan Tea Room and Douglas Aircraft. She then attended Oklahoma A&M / OSU where she received her Bachelor's Degree in Education. Leona and Roy Brents were united in marriage on August 17, 1946 in the Rose Room at Boston Avenue Methodist Church in Tulsa, OK. She was an Elementary Teacher in Jumbo, Copan, Beggs and Coweta where she retired in 1984. Leona was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Coweta. She enjoyed sewing, gardening, shopping, cooking, watching the OSU Cowboys on tv and spending time with her family. She also enjoyed volunteering for many local clubs and her church. Leona was preceded in death by her husband in 1972, Roy Brents, her parents, George and Ada Shaw, 1 sister, Odelia Napier and 5 brothers, Wren Shaw, Faye Shaw, Lester Shaw, Raymond Shaw and Carl Shaw. Leona is survived by 2 daughters, Wanda Vogel of Tulsa, OK and Barbara Morton and husband, Rob of Coweta, OK; 2 sisters, Cleora Shaw (twin sister) of Antlers, OK and Theda Walling and husband, Harold of Paris, TX; 4 grandchildren, Ryan Morton (Magy), Amanda Jones (Bo), Jonathan Vogel (Ashley) and Neil Morton (Nikki); 6 great grandchildren, Jacob Morton, Hailey Morton, Eloise Vogel, Lillian Morton, Walt Vogel and Violet Morton; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Viewing for Leona will be from 12-7 PM on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 with the family present from 5-7 PM. Services celebrating Leona's life will be at 11 AM on Thursday, January 19, 2017 at the First United Methodist Church in Coweta, OK with Chaplain Roy Betz of Evergreen Hospice officiating. A private interment will be in Vernon Cemetery in Coweta, OK. Pallbearers are Ryan Morton, Neil Morton, Amanda Vogel-Jones, Jonathan Vogel, Rob Morton, Butch King and Sam Farmer. Honorary Pallbearers are Ellen Lowrey, Norma Dean Query, Irma Richison, Dortha Cottrill, Mary Beth Rutherford, Sandy Aston, Brenda Brown, Carol Fowler, Paulette Warner, Jane Harrell Todd, Lisa Clegg and Evergreen Hospice. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in memory of Mrs. Brents to the Clarehouse or to the Roy and Leona Brents Memorial Scholarship Fund at BancFirst. Family and friends may share memories online at www.brownfamilyfuneralhome.com. The family of Leona O. Brents entrusted her care and services to Wright-Brown Family Funeral Home, 210 S. Broadway, Coweta, OK 74429, 918-486-5515.

Deaths published Jan. 18, 2017

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Christine Hobbs

Christine Hobbs Hobbs, Christine (Cricket), homemaker. Died January 11, 2017. Funeral Tuesday, January 17 at 2:00 p.m. Nick Reynolds Funeral Service, Tulsa. Burial at Pioneer Cemetery.

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

FRANKIE CLARK

Frankie Clark Clark, Frankie June, 87, retired Owner of Clark's Jewelry Store, died December 29. Visitation was 6-8 p.m. Tuesday Mallett Funeral Home and Crematory. Service was 11 a.m. Wednesday First Baptist Church. Mallett Funeral Home and Crematory.

RALPH COLE

Ralph Cole Cole, Ralph, 63, Retired Assistant Manager for Safeway/Homeland. Died January 1. Funeral at 10:00 AM Thursday, Mallett Funeral Home and Crematory Chapel, Wagoner.

MARJORIE SMITH

Marjorie Smith Marjorie (Coonrod) Smith was born May 23, 1915 in Savoy, IL to Lewis Gale and Isabelle Jenny (Dunlap) Coonrod. After graduating from high school in Champaign, IL, Marjorie first pursued an education in art. She later attended a business school learning the secretarial skills that she used for many years in various businesses, including banks and the Farm Bureau Insurance in Wagoner. She was married to Sidney G. Smith in 1942. As a member of the U.S. Army, he was soon shipped to England to serve and Marjorie contributed to the war effort as a secretary for the major runway construction of the project at Chanute Air Force base in Rantoul, IL. Following the war, for a time Marjorie singly maintained the home front on a ranch in Colorado while Sidney worked as a travelling salesman. The family later relocated to Oklahoma where Marjorie has made her home since that time. After retiring at age 75, Marjorie continued to live in her home in Wagoner, her zest for life limited only by her failing eyesight. On her 100st birthday Marjorie celebrated by going for a motorcycle ride with her grandson, Mark White. Her family was privileged to celebrate with her on her 101st birthday last May. Marjorie Smith departed this life Wednesday, December 28, 2016 in Tulsa, OK. She was preceded in death by her husband, Sidney Gilkison Smith, in 1979 by her parents, Lewis and Isabelle Coonrod; and two brothers, Pete Coonrod and Albert Coonrod. Survivors include her daughter, Janice White and her husband, Charles, of Wagoner; one son, Christopher Smith of Pagosa Springs, CO; four grandchildren, Mark White and wife, Tracy, of Coweta, OK, Sheryl Rice and husband, Raymond, of Velma, OK, Natalie Smith of Santa Monica, CA and Hunter Smith of Jacksonville Beach, FL; two great-grandchildren, Cassie White of Stillwell, OK and Shelby Rice of Velma, OK; one sister, Helen Percival and husband, Gene of Norway, ME; other relatives and friends. A memorial service was held at 11:00 AM Friday, January 6, 2016 at National Cemetery in Fort Gibson, OK. Officiating wwas Dick Vowell. Honorary Pallbearers were Alvin Baker, Carl Meyer, Raymond Rice, Dick Vowell, Charles White and Mark White. Mallett Funeral Home and Crematory was in charge of arrangements.

STEVE NASH

Steve Hash Steve Eugene Hash was born August 17, 1957 in Fowler, CA to Paul E. and Jimmie Helen (Morgan) Hash. Soon after graduating from Porter High School and attending college, Steve began his 40 years career in law enforcement. His first appointment was as a member of the Porter Police Department, followed by his service with the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office and the Wagoner Police Department. It was from there that Steve was accepted into the OHP training, fulfilling a childhood dream of becoming an Oklahoma Highway Patrolman. He served for thirty-one years before retiring and was a member of the OHP tactical team 19 years. Steve answered a true calling to serve in law enforcement. He will always have the respect of fellow officers as well as the public he served and will be remembered for his dedicated professionalism, exceptional abilities, and kindness and fairness in dealing with everyone. In his free time, Steve loved to travel. He liked the entire outdoors, whether it was the mountains of Colorado or sandy beaches. He and Rhonda went on many cruises with the "Steakout" gang. Steve particularly enjoyed snorkeling and kayaking during those trips. Steve departed this life Monday, January 2, 2017 at St. John Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was preceded in death by his father, Paul Hash; his sisters, Kathie Simpson, Sharon Coffey, and Judy Flanagan; step-dad, Pete Jones and a niece, Angela Ladner. Survivors include his loving wife, Rhonda (Rosenthal) Hash of Wagoner; two sons and daughters-in-law, Mike and Brenda Gilmore and James and Chasity Hash, all of Muskogee, OK; one daughter, Natalie Hash of Tulsa, OK; his mother, Jimmie Helen Hawkins of Wagoner, OK; grandchildren, Keegan, Logan, Chad, Brookelyn, Caytlin, Carver and Arianna; and numerous other family and friends. A Visitation with family and friends was held from 5:00-7:00 PM Friday evening at Mallett Funeral Home and Crematory in Wagoner. The Funeral service celebrating the life of Steve Hash was at 11:00 AM Saturday, January 7, 2016 at the Performing Arts Center at Wagoner High School. OHP Chaplain Sam Garner officiated. Pallbearers were Keith Williams, OHP, Gary Fears, OHP retired, Rick Myers, OHP retired, Todd Blish, OHP, Buddy Hamilton, OHP, and Brad Harding, Wagoner Police Department. Honorary Pallbearers were the OHP Tactical Team members, OHP active and retired, and all other law enforcements officers and first responders. Interment was in Bennett Addition of Elmwood Cemetery in Wagoner, OK with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Honor Guard providing Honors and serving as Pallbearers.

LARRY HENSON

Larry Gene Henson Larry Gene Henson entered his eternal home on Friday, December 23, 2016 while at his home in Wagoner, Oklahoma. He entered the world on a hot summer day on August 25, 1949 in the small town of Hulbert, Oklahoma to his parents Moses Henson and Nellie Welch. Larry was a very hard working man who owned and operated his own plumbing business Henson's Plumbing for over thirty years. It was just a few years ago that Larry decided to give the profession he loved up and began to enjoy life and his wonderful companion Wanda Ellis. Wanda and Larry have been together for thirteen years sharing many wonderful and happy memories together. When Larry wasn't working you could always find him tinkering with his old cars or smoking some of the best meat around Wagoner. He enjoyed traveling, running with his friends in his younger years and playing a good game of pool or dominos. He was a wonderful man who loved his family and friends. Larry was well known for his personality and his ability to make you laugh even when you didn't want to. Larry was preceded in death by his parents Moses Henson and Nellie Welch. Left behind to cherish his memories is Wanda Ellis of the home, two sons, Bo Henson and his wife Chris and Justin Henson both of Wagoner , three grandchildren Josie, Case, and Megan along with Sheridan, Savannah and Sawyer. Several half brothers and sisters and a host of friends who are going to miss him remendously. The celebration of Larry's life was held on Thursday, December 29, 2016 at 2:00 p.m., with Pastor Gary Carey officiating located at the Shipman Funeral Home Chapel. The burial of Larry's ashes will be held on a later date by the family. Arrangements have been entrusted to Shipman Funeral Home & Crematory in Wagoner, Oklahoma.

ERIC YODER

Eric Yoder Funeral services for Eric Ray Yoder were held on Friday, January 6, 2016 at 10:00 at Cowboy Gatherin Church in Inola. Visitation was held on Thursday evening at the Cowboy Gathering Church from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Pastors Roy Sharp and Rob Pierce officiated. Services are entrusted to Stephens-Key Funeral and Cremation Care. Eric Ray Yoder was born August 28, 1980 to Jerry and Tonya Yoder of Chouteau, Oklahoma. He died on December 30, 2016 surrounded by family and friends. Eric attended Chouteau Schools where he participated in 4-H, Rodeo and was the FFA Chapter President. He continued his rodeo career at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M where he qualified and participated in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Finals in calf roping. After graduating from NEO, Eric then pursued a bachelors' degree in agribusiness at Oklahoma State University. It was in Stillwater where Eric met his loving wife Christie. After Eric's graduation from OSU, he started a career with Farm Bureau and married Christie in 2003. The two of them started their life as a married couple and welcomed their daughter Rayln Grace in 2006 and their son Tyler Grant born in 2008. Eric and Christie have built their home in Inola where Christie is a teacher and Eric was a successful Farm Bureau agent first in Pryor and then Wagoner. He was in the top 20 percent of the Farm Bureau producers and was a very respected and honest agent. Together they are active in their community; Eric serving on the Wagoner County Chamber and both of them are members of the Cowboy Gatherin Church. Eric has always enjoyed the outdoors; hunting, fishing, camping, riding horses and ranching. Eric was an avid reader, but one of his most favorite things to do was spend time with family and friends. He especially enjoyed the company of "lil fellers." Eric is fondly remembered as a devoted husband and father. Honest, loyal, dependable, genuine and patient are a few characteristics that Eric truly embodied the meaning of. Eric was friendly and personable and made long and lasting friendships. He inspired those who knew him to live a life of the fruit of the spirit. Eric made a profound impact on everyone who knew him and he will be deeply missed by so many. He is survived by his wife Christie and children Rayln and Tyler; his parents Jerry and Tonya; his brother Troy and wife Lindsey and his sister Tressa Rice and husband Chisolm. He is also survived by his grandmothers Ruby Badley and Vera Yoder and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives. He is preceded in death by his two grandfathers Jessie Skinner and David Jay Yoder; one brother Darrin Yoder; one aunt Linda Skinner Hunt and one uncle Roger Yoder. In lieu of traditional remembrances, it is requested that you consider donating to the Yoder children education fund established at BancFirst in Inola, Oklahoma or any BancFirst location.

Deaths published Jan. 11, 2017

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