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** GLEN BROWN -----       September 30, 2002
TOM DiVALL -----       September 28, 2002
LOIS SODERSTROM McALLISTER -----       September 27, 2002
LILY FRY -----       September 24, 2002
LYDIA MAY SANDERS -----       September 23, 2002
ROBERT DALE "JOHN" STEELE -----       September 22, 2002
GERTRUDE A. HARRISON -----       September 18, 2002
CHARLES HENRY "RED" RIND -----       September 18, 2002
PAUL NEWTON DAVIS -----       September 17, 2002
HOLLIS GLENN BURNER -----       September 16, 2002
THERESA OLGA PARKER -----       September 16, 2002
RICHARD FORREST LEDBETTER -----       September 17, 2002
MAUDE LUCILLE GILLILAND -----       September 14, 2002
EVELYN IRENE (ATKINS) SAPPINGTON -----       September 13, 2002
LAWRENCE M. LANIE -----       September 13, 2002
ELLEN C. MOLES -----       September 13, 2002
FRANK S. HESKETT -----       September 12, 2002
WILEY JESSIE HOLDEN -----       September 10, 2002
J.C. BIVIN -----       September 11, 2002
THOMAS "JACK" PRICE -----       September 9, 2002
JOHNNY LEE HOLLON -----       September 9, 2002
ROY DEAN PIPPIN -----       September 9, 2002
JOHNNIE A. BECK -----       September 8, 2002
HOWARD WILLIAM JACKSON -----       September 7, 2002
LOIS IRENE "TOOTSIE" WILLARD -----       September 6, 2002
JOHN ALBERT PEBECK Jr. -----       September 4, 2002
EUNICE LENORAH ROGERS -----       September 3, 2002
SUSIE LONG -----       September 1, 2002
CLARENCE ANTHONY HAMLIN -----       August 31, 2002
ALVIN RAY ADAMS -----       August 31, 2002
LOIS B. HENDRIX -----       August 30, 2002
CLYDE VIRGIL CONNER -----       August 30, 2002
MARIE V. BUTLER -----       August 29, 2002
CARMEN ARLENE GULLETT -----       August 29, 2002
OSCAR LEE OWENS -----       August 28, 2002
MARIE MASON -----       August 27, 2002
RICHARD D. "DICK" CALLAWAY, Jr.-----       August 26, 2002
ELIZABETH ANN "LIZ" MILLER -----       August 25, 2002
JOYCE LAVONNE (SMITH) PERRIER -----       August 24, 2002
FRANCES ETHEL MARSHALL -----       August 23, 2002
EDWARD RODGERS -----       August 21, 2002
MRS. LANAE ANNE (PHILLIPS)(BARNARD) (LAUDERDALE) PARRIS -----       August 21, 2002
HERBERT L. FOWLER -----       August 21, 2002
CHRISTOPHER BLAKE CURRY -----       August 20, 2002
LINDA JEANNE VAUGHN -----       August 19, 2002
WILSON L. INGALLS, Jr. -----       August 18, 2002
HENRY C. WHILES -----       August 18, 2002
H.J. "BUD" ROMANS -----       August 18, 2002
DELCIA MARKLEY ADAMS -----       August 14, 2002
RUPERT F. "SHORTY" CRUME -----       August 14, 2002
LEON CAPPS -----       August 12, 2002
EDWARD J. TODD-----       August 13, 2002
JONNIE LEONA LAWERANCE-----       August 12, 2002
NETTIE FRANCES ROMANS-----       August 12, 2002
LESLIE WAYNE DILBECK-----       August 9, 2002
ANTHONY "TONY" GOCOLINSKI, Jr.-----       August 9, 2002
JIM ASTON -----       August 5, 2002
CRIS YARBROUGH -----       August 5, 2002
RUBY INEZ GRIFFIN -----       August 4, 2002
JO "LUDIE" GOODE-----       August 4, 2002
WILLIAM H. MOON-----       August 3, 2002
BEEDEE JEWELL MORRISON-----       August 2, 2002
ELDON TUCK TUCKER-----       August 2, 2002
ANDREW JACKSON "A.J." MILLER-----       August 1, 2002

PREVIOUS OBITS   -----   June & July, 2002 -----

MORE OBITS   -----   April & May, 2002 -----

MORE OBITS   -----   January, 2002 to March, 2002

MORE OBITS   ----   January 6, 2001 to December 29, 2001

MORE OBITS   ----   July 3, 2000 to December 20, 2000

MORE OBITS   ----   January 3, 2000 to June 23, 2000

MORE OBITS   ----   July 17, 1999 to December 24, 1999

OBITUARY ARCHIVES   -----   Pre 1999

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GLEN G. "RUSTY" BROWN

OCNS - October 2, 2002 - Glen G. "Rusty" Brown, 56, son of Mrs. Georgia G. (Smith) Brown, died during his sleep Monday, September 30, 2002 at his mother's family residence in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Graveside services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Thursday in the Ethel Reese Cemetery, Barnsdall, Oklahoma with Pastor Jerry Fields of the Victory Chapel Free Will Baptist Church officiating.   Final rites will be directed by The Arnold Moore Funeral Service.

A native of Pawhuska, Osage County, Oklahoma, Glen G. Brown was born February 10, 1946 the son of Darl L. and Georgia Gene (Smith) Brown.   The Brown family moved from the Barnsdall community to Belleville, Illinois as they followed the military career of Glen's father with the United States Air Force.   "Rusty" was reared and received his education on the Island of Okinawa prior to the family returning to the United States and making their home in Enid, Oklahoma where he continued his education.   They were later stationed on the Azores Island near Portugal prior to returning to the United States and making their home at Great Falls, Montana.   They later moved to Tachikawa, Japan, returning to Amarillo, Texas where his father was retired from his military career.   The Brown family moved to Anchorage, Alaska.

"Rusty" graduated from the Barnsdall High School with the Senior Class of 1964 and during the Vietnam Conflict was active as a United States Navy Seal. He later moved to San Diego, California where he was active as a security guard and, for several years, was a truck driver.   Three years ago returned to Bartlesville to live near his family.

Survivors include his daughter, Kimberly Diane McIntire; three grandchildren, Sammy McIntire, C.J. McIntire and Alisa McIntire; his mother, Mrs. Georgia Brown of the Bartlesville home and one sister, Ms Rebecca Ann Brown, Huntington Beach, California.   He was preceded in death by his father, Darl L. Brown.

TOM DiVALL

OCNS - September 30, 2002 - Tom DiVall, 53, lifelong resident of Shidler, Oklahoma, died Saturday, September 28, 2002 at Ponca City Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

A graveside service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, October 4, 2002 at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery in Ponca City, Oklahoma with Reverend Dr. Rick Hermansen, associate pastor of Metropolitan Baptist Church officiating.   There will be no viewing.   Arrangements are under the direction of Grace Memorial Chapel, Ponca City.

Tom was born June 29, 1949 in Ponca City, the son of Robert Joe and Roberta Alyce Filson DiVall.   He grew up in Shidler, Oklahoma where he graduated from Shidler High School prior to attending Northern Oklahoma College at Tonkawa, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University at Stillwater, Oklahoma.

At an early age, Tom began a career in the oil industry working at his father's service station in Shidler, where he drove a bulk petroleum truck and delivered propane.   He then went to work at Phillips Petroleum Company in the Shidler field.   After the Phillips closing, he worked for a while at Wal-Mart and Lowe's.   At the time of his death, he was working on a pulling unit for Kerr Oil Well Service.

Tom was an avid pool player and enjoyed spending time with his children.   He enjoyed taking them to Branson and visiting Silver Dollar City.   He enjoyed fishing and shooting cans with his son and also enjoyed gardening, especially raising tomatoes and searching for wild asparagus.

Survivors include a son, Joseph DiVall of Oklahoma City and a daughter, Cody Wilson of Green Forest, Arkansas; two brothers, Mike DiVall of Watauga, Texas and Allen DiVall of Stillwater; and one grandchild.   His parents and one grandchild preceded him in death.

Following the service, friends and family are invited to the First Christian Church of Shidler for fellowship and refreshments.

Contributions may be made in Tom's memory to:

The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
(for cancer research)
825 NE 13th Street
Oklahoma City, OK   73104

LOIS SODERSTROM McALLISTER

OCNS - September 30, 2002 - Lois Soderstrom McAllister, 80, former resident of Chandler, Oklahoma and of Meeker, Oklahoma, died Friday, September 27, 2002 at her brother's home in Ponca City, Oklahoma.

The family hosted a memorial service at 2:00 p.m., Monday, September 30, at Providence Baptist Church in Ponca city with the Reverend Steve harden, pastor, officiating.   Inurnment will be held Tuesday at Maple Grove Cemetery in Dodge City, Kansas.   Arrangements wre under the direction of Grace Memorial Chapel, Ponca City.

Lois was born April 27, 1922 in Chandler, Oklahoma the daughter of Floyd and Ruby Soderstrom and graduated from Chandler High School in 1940.   During World War II, she was a "Rosie the Riveter" working at the Boeing Aircraft plant in Wichita, Kansas, where she met Mont McAllister.

Lois and Mont were married on April 20, 1945 in Perry, Oklahoma and made their home in Dodge City, Kansas where they were successful business owners.   Mont died March 5, 1968 following a lengthy illness and Lois remained in Dodge City until 1981 when she moved to Casper, Wyoming and from Casper to Meeker, Oklahoma in 1989.

Survivors include:   Two daughters, Jann Jones of Salina, Kansas and Pat Ralph of Dodge City; five sisters, Vera Curtis of Denver, Colorado, Esta Lauderback of Riverton, Wyoming, Helen Thomason of Ardmore, Oklahoma, Laura Glasspoole of Casper, Wyoming and Hazel Harned of Dodge City; three brothers, Floyd Soderstrom of Chandler, Walden Soderstrom of Prague, Oklahoma and John Soderstrom of Ponca City; four grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

LILY FRY

OCNS - September 30, 2002 - Lily Fry, 66, of Bartlesville, Oklahoma died at 4:20 a.m., Tuesday, September 24, 2002 at her residence.

Lily was born April 30, 1936 to Paul and Cora (Shoup) Jones in Springfield, Missouri and graduated from Bartlesville College High School in 1955.   She carried a minister's license and was a charter member of the Healing Broken Hearts Church.

Survivors include:   Her husband, Clarence of the home; six children and their spouses, Debra and Jessie Smith of Bartlesville, Ada and Stan Jones of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Teresa and Greg Vasko of Phoenix, Arizona, Tracy and Matt Fausak of Corinth, Texas, Tom and Bobby Fry of El Dorado, Kansas and Tim and Christy Fry of Wichita, Kansas; fourteen grandchildren; fourteen great grandchildren; four sisters, Cora Hampton of Bartlesville, Anna Long of Copan, Oklahoma, Wilma Endy and Martha Clark of Fort Scott, Kansas; numerous nieces, nephews and a host of friends.   Lily was preceded in death by her parents, a husband, Harris "Bud" Fry, Jr.; three brothers, Victor Jones, Arthur Jones and Walter Reed; a sister, Dora Netherland and a granddaughter, Amanda Whaling.

Services were held Friday, September 27, at the Happy Hills Church in Ramona, Oklahoma with burial in the Memorial Park Cemetery, Bartlesville.   Walker-Brown Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

LYDIA MAY SANDERS

OCNS - September 30, 2002 - Lydia May Sanders, 62, was born February 19, 1940 in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, to Albert Lee Deist, Sr., and Virgie Irene Colvin.   She entered into rest September 23, 2002 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Lydia is survived by her daughter Lisa Hunt and husband, Jim Hand of Ponca City, Oklahoma; three sons, Craig Sanders of Ponca City, Brad Sanders and wife, Angela, of Moore, Oklahoma, Christopher Sanders and wife, Kristin, of Oklahoma City; three sisters, Ann Cason of McKinney, Texas, Fern Ballard of Hominy, Oklahoma and Dorothy Siler of Cushing, Oklahoma; two brothers, Al Deist, Jr. of Mesquite, Texas and Noah Deist of Aberdeen, Scotland; four grandchildren, Jason Hunt, Derek Hunt, Carson Sanders and Breana Sanders; one great grandson, Ashton McNeese-Hunt; Aunt Mable and Uncle Dillard Ridenhour of Collinsville, Oklahoma and several nieces, nephews and cousins.   She was preceded in death by her parents.

Lydia was reared in Hominy where she married Donald Dean Sanders and they started their family.   She worked in retail and convenience store management and also worked as the First Baptist Church Secretary.   In 1974 Lydia moved to Ponca City where she has since made her home.   She loved and was loved by her family and will be dearly missed.

Services for Lydia were held September 25, at the First Baptist Church in Hominy with burial in the A.J. Powel Memorial Cemetery, north of Hominy.   Arrangements were under the direction of Powell Funeral Home.

ROBERT DALE "JOHN" STEELE

OCNS - September 30, 2002 - Mr. Robert Dale "John" Steele, 90, retired oilfield worker and resident of Ramona, Oklahoma died at 2:40 p.m., Sunday, September 22, in the Glenpool Health Care Center.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, at the graveside in the Ramona Cemetery with Reverend Dewey Edward Street officiating.   committal prayers and interment will be directed by the Arnold Moore Funeral Service of Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

A native of Washington County, Oklahoma Robert Dale Steele was born July 8, 1912 in Wann, Oklahoma the son of Robert Milford and Birtie Jane (Harvey) Steele.   The Steele family moved to the rural Ramona area and "John" Steele began his education at the Tyner School.   He completed his education at Ramona, where he attended Ramona High School.   He was a roustabout in the local oilfields.

John and Miss Hazel E. Simmons were married September 14, 1935 at Claremore, Oklahoma and established their home in Ramona where he continued his employment in the oilfields as a heavy equipment operator and as a welder.   Mrs. Steele preceded him in death on July 19, 1985 at Ramona and he has continued making his home there, living in retirement.

Mr. Steele is survived by a host of nieces and nephews.   In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by a brother, Lee Steele and by three sisters, Ruby Steele, Mrs. Golda Street and by his twin sister, Mrs. Della Wickham.

GERTRUDE A. HARRISON

OCNS - September 23, 2002 - Gertrude A. Harrison, 91, died at 2:45 a.m., Wednesday, September 18, 2002 at her residence in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

Gertrude was born March 23, 1911, in Elgin, Nebraska to John and Maude (Hickman) Voskuhl.   She grew up and received her education in Oklahoma and, in 1945, was united in marriage to Tom Harrison.   She was employed with John Morrell Meat Packing Plant, retiring from there after many years of service.

Gertrude is survived by her sister-in-law, Lucille Voskuhl; two step-sons, George Harrison and Neal Harrison; and by her second family of six years, Andy and Armenda Gaither, Linda Riddle, Kim Millard, Marilynn VanDever, Rene Taylor, Loyce Pester, Charlotte Fortney and their families.   She was preceded in death by her husband and two brothers.

Gertrude was a sweet, loving lady who would do anything for you and will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

A private family service will be held for Gertrude in Arkansas City, Kansas.

Cremation and interment was under the direction of the Osage County Cremation Service.

CHARLES HENRY "RED" RIND

OCNS - September 18, 2002 - Charles Henry "Red" Rind, 90, a resident of Barnsdall, Oklahoma, died at 12:20 a.m., Wednesday, September 18, 2002 in the Jane Phillips Memorial Medical Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Funeral services for Mr. Rind will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday in the Arnold Moore - Barnsdall Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Herbert Shreffler and Reverend Clint Mitchell officiating.   The Webster Schrack American Legion Post #227 will accord full military rites at the graveside in the Barnsdall Ethel Reese Cemetery.   Committal prayers and interment will be directed by the Arnold Moore - Barnsdall Funeral Home.

Mr. Rind will lie in state in the Arnold Moore - Barnsdall Funeral Home where friends may call for their visitation until the Saturday morning service hour.

A native of Fort Smith, Arkansas, Charles Henry Rind was born March 12, 1912, the son of Charlie Henry and Allie May (DeWitt) Rind.   Following the death of his father an mother when he was young, he was reared by his grandparents and his aunt and uncle in the Tulsa community where he completed his education in the Tulsa Central High School.   He and his siblings were employed by his aunt who was the owner/operator of the Sunrise Inn.   Most of his life "Red" was active in oil field development in and around the Barnsdall community.   He was also active, with his brother, H.O. "Bud" Rind, in the transportation of supplies and equipment around Oklahoma, was employed building roads in the Tulsa area and at times, was deputized as an undercover sheriff.

A Veteran of World War II, Mr. Rind was enlisted in the United States Army on March 7, 1942 at Fort Sill, Oklahoma and received his honorable discharge on January 4, 1946 at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

He was a member of the Barnsdall Nazarene Church and the Webster Schrack American Legion Post #227.

Surviving are his five nephews, Bill Jeffries, William Rind, Charles Rind, Don Rind and Wayne Rind; two nieces, Mary Jeffries and Martha Poentisch, all of Washington (state) and numerous grandnephews and grandnieces.   He was loved like a "grandpa" by the extended family of Opal Napier.

A memorial in remembrance of Mr. Rind has been established with the Webster Schrack American Legion Post #227.   Friends who care to remember him in this way, may forward their gifts in care of:
Mr. Bert Briscoe
P.O. Box 672
Barnsdall, OK   74002

PAUL NEWTON DAVIS

OCNS - September 19, 2002 - Paul Newton Davis, 83, was born September 9, 1919 in Newton, Kansas, the son of Mary Rebecca McNickle and A.M. Davis and passed away September 17, 2002 in Cleveland, Oklahoma.

Paul grew up in Winfield, Kansas and served his country in the U.S. Army from 1942 until 1946, during World War II.   He was a private man who enjoyed smoking and collecting pipes.   In June of 1962 Paul married Jessie Lee McCarthy in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.   They loved the ten years they spent living in Tripoli, Italy.   Jessie preceded him in death in 1987.   Paul had made his home in Cleveland for about twenty-three years. He enjoyed traveling while working as a supervisor in the oilfield industry and was a member of the Masonic Lodge.

Paul is survived by a stepdaughter, Lotus Burnett of Hominy, Oklahoma; a step granddaughter, Diane Adamson of Enid, Oklahoma; a step grandson, Robert Davis of El Cajon, California; five step great grandchildren, Kristin, Brandon, Haley, Chloe' and Kali and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his wife, Paul was preceded in death by two step grandsons, Robert Loy and Kevin Davis.

Graveside services will be held at 1:00 p.m., Friday, September 20, at the A.J. Powell Memorial Cemetery, Hominy, with Reverend Clifton Phelps officiating.   Arrangements were under the direction of Powel Funeral Home.

HOLLIS GLENN BURNER

OCNS - September 18, 2002 - Hollis Glenn Burner, 49, passed away unexpectedly Monday, September 16, 2002 at his residence in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

Hollis was born November 19, 1952 in Enid, Oklahoma, the son of Hollis Lynn and Beatrice (Fredregill) Burner and on September 2, 1971, he and Bonnie Kent were married in Enid.   For fourteen years Hollis was a member of the Hennessey, Oklahoma Volunteer Fire Department and, for several years, served on the Hennessey City Council.   The Burners moved to Pawhuska in October of 1986 and Mr. Burner was employed by Lanco Construction Company of Owasso, Oklahoma.

Survivors include:   His wife, Bonnie Burner of the home in Pawhuska; a son, Jody Burner, also of the home; a daughter, Stacie Snavely and her husband, Travis of Springfield, Missouri; two grandchildren, Randy Snavely and Tyler Snavely of Springfield; his mother, Beatrice Burner of Hennessey; a brother, Edward Burner of Cement, Oklahoma; two sisters, Diane Hooley of Norman, Oklahoma and Jeannie Vinson of Hennessey and a host of other family and friends.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Friday, September 20, in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel, 221 East Sixth Street, Pawhuska with Reverend Jerry Snavely officiating.   Interment will be in the Hennessey Cemetery, Hennessey, Oklahoma.

Johnson Funeral Home, Pawhuska, is in charge of arrangements.

THERESA OLGA PARKER

OCNS - September 18, 2002 - Theresa Olga Parker, 81, of Wynona, Oklahoma passed away Monday, September 16, 2002 in the Jane Phillips Medical Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Born March 2, 1921 in Mansura, Louisiana, the daughter of Pierre Leonard and Marie Hermina (Armand) Gaspard, in her early years she served as a secretary to various doctors and attorneys.   Ms Parker spent the last forty years helping her daughter raise the grandchildren and great grandchildren.   She was a member of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church and never hesitated to offer a prayer for those in need or by request.

Surviving family include:   Her daughter, Joan Campbell of Wynona; her grandchildren, Cindy Bonnet and Sam Campbell and wife, Mary of Wynona and J.G. Kepler and wife, Crystal of Bartlesville; her great grandchildren, Joseph and Sarah Campbell of Wynona and Brandon Kepler of Bartlesville; a niece, Barbara Blaine Smith and son, Jamie smith of New Orleans, Louisiana, and a host of other family and friends.

Rosary for Ms Parker will be said at 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 18, in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel, Pawhuska, Oklahoma with Father Leonard Higgins officiating.   Mass will be at 10:00 a.m., in the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Pawhuska with Father Bruce Brosnahan officiating.   Interment will be in the Pawhuska City Cemetery.

Johnson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

RICHARD FORREST LEDBETTER

OCNS - September 17, 2002 - Richard Forrest Ledbetter, 69, passed away Tuesday, September 17, at his home in Cleveland, Oklahoma at the age of sixty-nine years, eleven months and twenty-three days.

Richard was born September 24, 1932 in Osage, Oklahoma, the son of Charlie and Edna (Lawrence) Ledbetter.   As an infant, he moved with his family to Stillwater, Oklahoma where he received his education.   August 16, 1953 he married Wilma Maxwell and was later divorced.

In 1953, Mr. Ledbetter began employment, working along side his father, with the Sanitation Department for the City of Stillwater.   He later transferred to the Waste Water Management Department and remained employed there until he moved to Texas in December, 1977.

Upon moving to Texas, Richard was employed as chief engineer of the water treatment plant for the City of Arlington and remained in that capacity for nearly eighteen years until his retirement in 1995.   August 23, 1991, Richard and Virginia (Welch) Arnold of Independence, Kansas, were married and, in 1995 the couple moved to Cleveland.

Richard was an active and faithful member of the Western Heights Baptist Church in Cleveland.   He is survived by his wife, Virginia of the home; five daughters, Linda Ledbetter and LaDonna Kuekelhan of Cleveland, Pam Williams of Whitney, Texas, Cathy O'Mara of Elk City, Kansas and Sandy Ledbetter of Irving, Texas; two sons, Richard L. Ledbetter of Arlington, Texas and Forrest (Bud) Ledbetter of Cleveland; nine grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; five sister, Dorothy Morris, Shirley Shank and Wilma Mayfield of Stillwater, Margaret Knox of Rex, Georgia and Alma Barbaree of Summerville, South Carolina; and numerous nieces, nephews and friends.   He was preceded in death by two brothers.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Friday, September 20, at the Western Heights Baptist Church in Cleveland with Reverend David Head officiating.   Burial will be in the Osage, Oklahoma Cemetery under the direction of Chapman-Black Funeral Home.

Visit an online obituary and guest book for Richard Ledbetter at:   Chapman-Black Funeral Home

MAUDE LUCILLE GILLILAND"

OCNS - September 16, 2002 - Maude Lucille Gilliland, 88, passed away Saturday, September 14, 2002 in the Jane Phillips Medical Center, Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Maude Lucille Wassom was born February 16, 1914 in Boulanger, Oklahoma, the daughter of Houston and Pearl (Tye) Wassom.   May 15, 1934, she married Tom B. Gilliland in Bartlesville.   He preceded her in death on October 29, 1973.   Mrs. Gilliland was a homemaker and a member of the Bowring (Oklahoma) Baptist Church.

Survivors include:   A son, Dwane Gilliland of Pawhuska, Oklahoma; a daughter, Carol Pinkston of Beggs, Oklahoma; ten grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.   In addition to her husband, Mrs. Gilliland was preceded in death by a son, a grandson and nine brothers and sisters.

Funeral services will be at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 18, in the Bowring Baptist church with Pastor Dwane Gilliland officiating.   Interment will be in the El Caddo Cemetery near Peru, Kansas.

Johnson Funeral Home, Pawhuska is in charge of arrangements.

EVELYN IRENE (ATKINS) SAPPINGTON

OCNS - September 16, 2002 - Evelyn Irene (Atkins) Sappington, 75, passed away September 13, 2002 at the age of seventy-five years, eight months and two days, having been born January 10, 1927 in Ralston, Oklahoma, to Joe and Ollie (Davenport) Atkins.

Evelyn moved from Ralston to Sperry, Oklahoma as a child in the 1940's.   She loved fishing and taking care of her grandchildren.   She worked as a cook for many years and later as a home health care aid.   She became ill with renal failure in late 1995 and started dialysis in 1996.   She has fought many battles with her disease and lost her leg in 2000, never giving up her warm smile and positive attitude.   She was always helping others and giving of herself.   She loved old time movies and bluegrass music and played the mandolin.   Her husband, Thurman, died in 1966 and she reared her five children (ages two to twelve) to enjoy life and to love the Lord and others.

Survivors include:   her children and their spouses, Dorothy Irene and William Joiner, Mary Ann and Kevin Knick, Carolyn Sue and Michael Sole, Bobby Joe and Cheryl Sappington, Patricia Mae and Billy J. Stephens; sixteen grandchildren; six great grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.   In addition to her husband, Thurman, Evelyn was preceded in death by her parents.

Services were held Monday, September 16, at the First Baptist Church in Turley, Oklahoma with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery, Tulsa.

Johnson Funeral Home, Sperry, was in charge of arrangements.

LAWRENCE M. LANIE

OCNS - September 15, 2002 - Lawrence M. Lanie, 96, longtime resident of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, passed away on Friday, September 13, 2002 in the Silver Lake Care Center, Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Mr. Lanie was born January 21, 1906 in Remington, Indiana, the son of William and Dulcine (Marquis) Lanie.   December 4, 1930, in Manchester, Oklahoma, he married Eleanor Stevenson.   Mr. Lanie was a farmer and rancher in Grant, Kay and Osage Counties (Oklahoma) for thirty-eight years and had served on the Board of Directors for the Federal Land Bank.   He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, the Forresters, the Moose Lodge and the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Pawhuska.

Survivors include:   His wife of seventy-one years, Eleanor Lanie of the home in Pawhuska; three daughters, Lois Massaro and husband, Virgil, of Houston, Texas, Lauree Carriger and husband, Lonnie, of Pawhuska and Joyce Wooldridge of Olathe, Kansas; thirteen grandchildren; twenty-four great-grandchildren; one great-great grandchild and a host of other family and friends.

Rosary for Mr. Lanie will be said at 7:30 p.m., Monday, September 16, in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel in Pawhuska.   Mass will be at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, September 17, at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Pawhuska with Father Leonard Higgins officiating.   Interment will be in the Pawhuska City Cemetery.

Johnson Funeral Home of Pawhuska is in charge of arrangements.

ELLEN C. MOLES

OCNS - September 15, 2002 - Ellen C. Moles, 70, long time resident of Wynona, Oklahoma, passed away on Friday, September 13, 2002 in the Pawhuska Hospital, Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

Ellen was born May 25, 1930 in Lubec, Maine, the daughter of Sara Elizabeth Doran and on January 31, 1959, she married William H. "Pete" Moles in Bangor, Maine.   Ellen was retired from the U.S. Postal Service, where she had served as Post Mistress for several Osage County (Oklahoma) area post offices, including Barnsdall and Wynona.   She was a member of the Catholic Church.

Survivors include:   Her husband, William H. "Pete" Moles of the home; two sons, Stephen Moles and wife, Michelle of Hominy, Oklahoma and Scott Moles of Nashville, Tennessee; two grandchildren, Joshua Moles and Courtney Moles of Hominy and numerous cousins and other family and friends.

Wake services were held at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, September 15, in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel in Pawhuska.   Mass will be said at 11:00 a.m., Monday, September 16, in the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Pawhuska with Father Leonard Higgins officiating.   Interment will be in the A.J. Powell Memorial Cemetery in Hominy.

Johnson Funeral Home of Pawhuska is in charge of arrangements.

FRANK S. HESKETT

OCNS - September 15, 2002 - Former Police Chief of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, Frank S. Heskett, 97, passed away on Thursday, September 12, 2002 in the Jane Phillips Medical Center, Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Mr. Heskett was born April 6, 1905 in Hansford County, Texas, the seventh of eleven children of John David and Ollie Belle (Snowden) Heskett.   In his early life, Frank became interested in making motion pictures and worked with Francis Ford and John Ford with the Fox Film Company, where he made numerous pictures and serials.   In 1923, he came to Pawhuska to help make "Reign of Terror" and "Stranger From the Hills".   He later worked with Harvey O. Brown, Deputy U.S. Marshal under the jurisdiction of Alva J. McDonald.   In 1926, Frank was working a large Indian Convention at Williams Park in Pawhuska, and it was there that he met Miss Susie Woodall.   The couple wed on December 12, 1927.   She preceded him in death March 4, 1965.

Frank worked for the Bartlesville Police Department for ten years as a motorcycle police man, then returned to Pawhuska.   During World War II he was called to duty, serving as a Military Policeman, training at Fort Riley, Kansas.   Upon returning home, he joined the Pawhuska Police Department, from which he retired in 1962, ending a twenty-two year career in law enforcement.

Frank married Esther Cummings of Pawnee, Oklahoma and the couple managed a small cow/calf operation south of Pawhuska until ill health forced them to retire.

Survivors include:   His wife, Esther of Barnsdall, Oklahoma; a sister, LuElla Hennis of Stillwater, Oklahoma; numerous nieces, nephews and a host of other family and friends.   In addition to his first wife, Susie, Frank was preceded in death by nine other siblings.

Funeral services will be at 3:30 p.m., Monday, September 16, in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel, Pawhuska, Oklahoma with Don Stephens officiating.   Interment will be in the Pawhuska City Cemetery.

Johnson Funeral Home, Pawhuska, is in charge of arrangements.

WILEY JESSIE HOLDEN

OCNS - September 14, 2002 - Wiley Jessie Holden, 81, a native of Osage County, Oklahoma, died at 8:26 p.m., Wednesday, September 10, 2002 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.   Graveside services were held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, September 14, in the A.J. Powell Cemetery, Hominy, Oklahoma.   Mr. Holden's nephew, Reverend Larry Thomas, was the officiant.   Full Masonic rites at the graveside were accorded Mr. Holden by the Wah-Sha-She Masonic Lodge #110.   Committal prayers and interment was directed by the Arnold Moore Funeral Service, Bartlesville.

Born August 16, 1921 at Wynona, Osage County, Oklahoma, Wiley Jessie Holden was the son of Wiley James and Beulah (Middlebrooks) Holden.   He was reared and received his education in the Wynona Community and was graduated with the Wynona High School Senior Class of 1939.   He continued his education at the Oklahoma A&M College (now Oklahoma State University) School of Welding at Stillwater, Oklahoma.

He moved to California where he was employed in the Naval Shipyards.   Wiley Jessie Holden and Grace Mannon were married at Wynona, and established their home in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.   He was employed as a pipeline welder for various pipeline companies and was the owner/operator of the Holden Construction Company, Pawhuska.   He and Irene Whitson were married in Stillwater where they made their home.   He was employed as an independent consultant in oil production and, following his retirement, continued living in Stillwater until August of 2002 when he moved to Bartlesville to live near his brothers.

Wiley J. Holden was a member of the Wah-Sha-She Masonic Lodge #110 in Pawhuska and the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers Union, Tulsa.

Survivors include:   One daughter, Mrs. Rick (Patricia Lynn) Perdue of Tulsa; two grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; three brothers, L.J. (Jack) Holden and his wife, Sadie, of Alice, Texas, A.C. Holden and his wife, Ann, of Dewey, Oklahoma and George R. "Dody" Holden and his wife, Myrna, of the rural Sunset Lake community (west of Bartlesville); one sister, Mrs. JoAnn Thomas of Corpus Christi, Texas and several nieces and nephews.   He was preceded in death by a brother, Russell Holden; two sisters, Mrs. Aleen Legal and Mrs. Marie Ward and one daughter, Doris Jean.

J.C. BIVIN

OCNS - September 16, 2002 - J.C. Bivin, 85, died Wednesday, September 11, 2002 in Stroud, Oklahoma following a long illness.   He was born June 30, 1917 in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, to Jessie Keeth and Charles Sanford Bivin.   Services were held Monday, September 16, at the First Christian Church in Stroud with interment in Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, Oklahoma.   Arrangements were entrusted to Chapman=Black Funeral Home of Cleveland.   In lieu of flowers, friends are contributing to the Stroud Regional Medical Center Foundation.

J.C. graduated in 1938 from Cleveland High School, where he played football and was an outstanding wrestler.   April 19, 1938 he married his high school sweetheart, Lurene Rose.

J.C. was employed in 1938 by Johnson Oil Company of Cleveland, which was later purchased by Kerr-McGee Corporation.   He participated in every phase of the pipeline industry and rose to the position of District Superintendent.   He was transferred to Drumright in 1958 and resigned from Kerr-McGee in 1963 to form his own business, which he operated for twenty years before retiring.   Mr. Bivin was a charter member of the Kiwanis Club of Cleveland and an active member of the Drumright Rotary Club, serving as Secretary, vice-President and President in the years 1967 through 1970.   He was a member of the City Commission of Drumright and was proudly involved in the construction of the Drumright memorial Hospital.

J.C. was an expert horseman and won the World Palomino Cutting Show at the age of seventy-one.   After retirement, eh taught three horsemanship classes each summer to boy Scouts.   He was a real hero to every boy who passed through Will Rogers Scout Reservation (located west of Cleveland).

He served as deacon and as an elder of the First Christian Church of Drumright and, at the time of this death, was a member of the First Christian Church of Stroud.

J.C. Bivin is survived by his wife of sixty-four years, Lurene; four sons, David Bivin and his wife, Josa, of Jerusalem, Israel, Steve Bivin and his wife, Julie, of Stroud, Stan Bivin and his wife, Susie, of Ponca City, Oklahoma, Phil Bivin and his wife, Martha, of Mountain Home, Arkansas; seven grandchildren with the birth name of Bivin, Natan, Jason, Amy, Brian, Jeremy, Lori and Ryan; three great-grandchildren are also named Bivin, Kai, Jacey (his namesake) and Aviad.   The family has now grown to include Tammy Bivin (Mrs. Jeremy), Jennifer Bivin (Mrs. Brian), Captain Daniel Brings (Amy) and Liat Bivin (Mrs. Natan).

J.C. leaves a rich legacy, as it is said, "A man's legacy is in the deeds of his children."

THOMAS "JACK" PRICE

OCNS - September 19, 2002 - Funeral services for Thomas William "Jack" Price, 86, of Sperry, Oklahoma were held Thursday, September 12, 2002 at Peters-Stumpff Funeral Home Chapel in Skiatook, Oklahoma with Pastor M.L. Teel officiating.

Interment at Pawhuska (Oklahoma) Cemetery was under the direction of Peters-Stumpff Funeral Home with graveside service provided by the Brookside Masonic Lodge.

Jack was born July 25, 1916, in Mabbeldean, Texas to Arnold E. and Vallie (Shephard) Price and passed away September 9, 2002 at his residence in Sperry.

He was a graduate of {the now defunct} Wildhorse High School.   July 3, 1940, in Pawhuska, Oklahoma Jack married Ruby Iris Love.   In 1947 they moved to Tulsa and, in 1970, to Sperry, Oklahoma.   Ruby preceded him in death on October 15, 2000.

Jack worked for thirty-five years as a plant maintenance supervisor for McDonald Douglas Aircraft in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Long Beach, California.   He was a pilot and enjoyed flying and hunting dove and quail.   He was a handyman/craftsman and enjoyed playing the harmonica and also had a sense of humor.   He was a member of the Brookside Masonic Lodge where he served as Master in 1966 and was a 32nd degree Mason.   He was also a Knight Commander of the Court of Honor.

Jack is survived by one daughter, Vallie Colledge of Ramona, Oklahoma; two sons, Tom Price of Tulsa and Forrest Price of Sperry; two brothers, Kenneth H. Price and Louie Gene Price, both of Barnsdall, Oklahoma; five sisters, Edna L. Thomas of Tulsa, Irene VanBrunt and Ilene Price both of Chelsea, Oklahoma, Frances Pugh of Owasso, Oklahoma and Bonnie Barnett of Barnsdall; four grandchildren, Shane O. Colledge (overseas), Scott A. Colledge of Skiatook, Danny Price and Jenny Price both of Sand Springs, Oklahoma and three great-grandchildren, Shelby, Abigail and Benjamin Colledge.

In addition to his wife, Ruby, Jack was preceded in death by two brothers, Bud and Bob, a sister, Virginia and a granddaughter, Sandra Lynn Colledge.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Saint Francis Hospice.

JOHNNY LEE HOLLON

OCNS - September 16, 2002 - Johnny Lee Hollon, 62, a resident of Cushing, Oklahoma, was born May 15, 1940 in Oilton, Oklahoma, the son of Ruth and James Howard Hollon, Sr.   He passed away September 9, 2002 at Stillwater, Oklahoma at the age of sixty-two years, three months and twenty-four days.   He was reared and received his education in Jennings, Oklahoma and entered the United States Army, serving for three years.   Upon his return from the military, he moved to Rockford, Illinois and worked in a factory before moving back to Jennings in 1972 where he worked for Bruce Sand and Stone and also for Drumright County as a truck driver.   Johnny and Barbara Kay Christian were married September 21, 1988at Carthage, Missouri and made their home in Cushing.

Survivors include:   His wife, Barbara, of the home; two brothers, James Hollon of Tulsa and Danny Hollon of Mannford, Oklahoma; two sisters, Joyce Skinner of Yale, Oklahoma and Carolyn Rusco of Cushing; his children, Kevin Hollon and Keith Hollon of Illinois and Candice Hollon and Krystal Hollon of Wynnewood, Oklahoma.   He was preceded in death by his parents and a half brother, Bob Guin.

Services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 17, at Chapman-Black Chapel in Cleveland, Oklahoma.

ROY DEAN PIPPIN

OCNS - September 11, 2002 - Roy Dean Pippin, 48, a native and lifelong resident of Henryetta, Oklahoma passed away September 9, 2002 in Tulsa at the age of forty-eight years, seven months and ten days.

Roy was born January 29, 1954 in Henryetta to Opal (Johnson) Pippin and Richard Austin Pippin.   He was preceded in death by one uncle, Bobby Pippin, and one aunt, Odaine Peavier.

Survivors include two daughters, Ashley Griffith and Heather and husband, Danny Barker, and parents, all of Henryetta; one sister, Ann smith and husband, Steve of Sapulpa, Oklahoma; a brother, Wayne Pippin and Martha Beck, sister, Linda Jones and husband, Kenny; and sister, Pam Lawrence all of Henryetta; special friend, Carol Holland of Okmulgee, Oklahoma and a host of other relatives and friends.

Services were held at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, September 12, at Salem Baptist Church in Henryetta with Reverend Terry Pitman officiating, assisted by Reverend Ernie Margworth.   Burial was at New Sonora Cemetery, Henryetta, under the direction of Shurden Funeral Home.

Pallbearers were Ron Hamilton, Jimmy Webster, Ron Tarwater, Dougie Johnson, Colin Rae and Rocky Rae.   Honorary pallbearers were Todd Buzan, Shawn Buzan, Kenny Wayne Jones, Jeff Lawrence and Blaine Buzan.

JOHNNIE A. BECK

OCNS - September 10, 2002 - Longtime resident of the Pawhuska, Oklahoma area, Johnnie A. Beck, 71, passed away Sunday, September 8, 2002 in Sand Springs, Oklahoma.

Johnnie was born February 1, 1931 in Kaw City, Oklahoma, the son of John and Ellen Irene (Winkleman) Beck.   He was preceded in death by his father on November 17, 1973 and his mother on June 28, 2002.   He was a heavy equipment operator and truck driver.

Survivors include:   His daughter, Nicole' Brown of Sand Springs; three granddaughters, Toni Brown and Shananae Brown of Sand Springs and Desiree Graves and her husband, Danny of Tulsa; a great-grandson, A.J. Graves of Tulsa, and numerous other family and friends, including special friend, Carla Parker.

Graveside services will be held at 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 11, 2002, in the Nelagoney Cemetery, Nelagoney, Oklahoma with Reverend Ron Hay officiating.

Johnson Funeral Home, Pawhuska, is in charge of arrangements.

HOWARD WILLIAM JACKSON

OCNS - September 10, 2002 - Howard William Jackson, 87, longtime resident of the Grainola, Oklahoma community, passed away Saturday morning, September 7, 2002, at the Fairfax (Oklahoma) Nursing Home.

Howard Jackson was born June 27, 1915 at Olive, Missouri, the son of William Wesley Jackson and Loma May (Bingaman) Jackson.   He received his early education in Missouri and later Grainola schools.   He was married to Ruby Elene Hyder on March 3, 1945 at Kansas City, Missouri, where the couple established their first home prior to moving to Grainola in 1946.   Mr. Jackson had served in the Oklahoma National Guard in the early 1940's, was a member of the Grainola Methodist Church and enjoyed fishing and hunting.

Survivors include his wife, Ruby; one daughter, Letitia Jackson of Baldwin City, Kansas; one grandson, C.R. Head of Oklahoma City; one sister, Mary Pearl Yelton of Borger, Texas; one brother, Delmer Jackson of Ardmore, Oklahoma and numerous nieces and nephews.   He was preceded in death by five brothers, Clyde, Loren Orville, Lester and Needham Jackson and three sisters, Nelli Gammon, Annie Stevens and Eva Kelly.

Graveside services were held Tuesday morning in the Foraker, Oklahoma cemetery with Reverend Ruth Tipps presiding.   Arrangements were under the direction of Grace Memorial Chapel, Ponca City, Oklahoma.

Memorial contributions may be made to:
The Senior Citizen's Center
Grainola, OK   74652

LOIS IRENE "TOOTSIE" WILLARD

OCNS - September 10, 2002 - Lois Irene "Tootsie" Willard, 79, longtime resident of Burbank, Oklahoma, passed away Friday evening, September 6, 2002 at Tulsa Regional Hospital.

Lois was born June 7, 1923 at Burbank the daughter of Vernon J. Bryan and Dora (Wayman) Bryan and was a 1941 graduate of Burbank High School.   She married Clellan Haskel Willard October 6, 1942 at Shidler, Oklahoma.   In 1948 the couple moved to New Mexico where Mrs. Willard was employed for some twenty years with the Pay Day Grocery Store in the town of Eunice.   They moved back to the Burbank area in 1978.   She was a member of the Burbank Baptist Church and enjoyed fishing and working in her yard.

Survivors include:   Three sons, Larry Willard and wife, Mary, of Burbank, Bryan Willard and wife, Barbara, of Ruidoso, New Mexico and Terry Willard and wife, Glenda, of Carlsbad, New Mexico; one brother, Wayman Bryan of Fairfax, Oklahoma, twelve grandchildren, sixteen great grandchildren; one aunt, Martha Rowe of Burbank and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.   She was preceded in death by her husband, Clellan on May 3, 1991 and two brothers, David Bryan and Hartzell Bryan.

Casket bearers were Jason Willard, Lana Willard, Wayman Bryan Jr., Terry Acton, Riley Bryan and Miles Carpenter.   Reuben Rowe was Honorary casket bearer.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, September 10, at the first Baptist Church of Burbank with Reverend Chris Cooper presiding.   Interment was in the Fairfax Cemetery under the direction of the Hunsaker-Wooten Funeral Home of Fairfax.

Memorial contributions may be made in care of the
Hunsaker-Wooten Funeral Home
201 North 2nd
Fairfax, OK   74637

JOHN ALBERT PEBECK Jr.

OCNS - September 10, 2002 - John Albert Pebeck Jr., 58, was born August 21, 1944 in Sapulpa, Oklahoma to John Sr. and Blanch Mae Lytle Pebeck and passed away September 4, 2002 in Cleveland, Oklahoma.

John met Josie Basmayor and they were united in marriage in 1993.   They lived in the Philippines from 1994 until 1997 when they moved to Hominy, Oklahoma.   They attended the Church of the Nazarene in Hominy.   In his working days, John owned a sporting goods store and worked as a gunsmith and has since enjoyed his time at home with his family.

John leaves behind his wife, Josie, of the home; three sons, John Pebeck III of Grand Island, Nebraska, Michael Pebeck of Hastings, Nebraska and Ben Pebeck of the home in Hominy; two daughters, Misty Pebeck of Utah and Tiffany Pebeck of the home; four grandchildren, Ryan John, Jordan, Kalie and Griffin plus other relatives and friends.

John was preceded in death by his parents, one brother and two sisters.

Graveside services were held Saturday, September 7, 2002 at A.J. Powell Memorial Cemetery in Hominy with Pastor Harold Johnson of the Church of the Nazarene officiating.   The family entrusted Powell Funeral Home with service arrangements.

EUNICE LENORAH ROGERS

OCNS - September 10, 2002 - Eunice Lenorah Rogers, 82, was born April 12, 1920 to Clarence H. & Mary E. Simpkins Plate in Newkirk, Oklahoma and entered into eternal rest on September 3, 2002.

Eunice was reared in Newkirk, graduating from Newkirk High School in 1937.   She married Howard E. Rogers on May 5, 1938 in Morrison, Oklahoma and they made their first home in Stillwater, Oklahoma.   They reared their family and operated a dirt construction company for several years before moving to Hominy, Oklahoma in 1973.   Eunice was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Cleveland, Oklahoma.   She was a woman of God, a mighty prayer warrior who deeply loved her family.   She was active in her church when she was able and her inspirational writings will be treasured for years to come.

Survivors include her daughter, Darlene Wilcoxson and husband, Junior of Hominy; her son Don Rogers of Hominy; four grandchildren, Sherri Kyker of Brentwood, California, Melanie Borutski of Hominy, Michelle Riggs of Tulsa, Sara Stackhouse of Pawnee, Oklahoma; seven great grandchildren, J.G., Jon and Jessica Kyker, Laurene Wilcoxson, Hailey Passmore, Jacob Borutski and Dillon Stackhouse.

Eunice was preceded in death by her husband and sister, Evelyn Johnston and one grandson, Jay Wilcoxson.

Services were held Thursday September 5, 2002 in the Assembly of God Church in Cleveland, Oklahoma.   Arrangements were under the direction of Powell Funeral Home, Hominy.

SUSIE LONG

OCNS - September 3, 2002 - Susie Long, 92, of Barnsdall, Oklahoma, died at 1:55 p.m., Sunday, September 1, 2002 at her residence.   Graveside services are scheduled for 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 4, 2002, in the Osage Gardens Cemetery in Skiatook, Oklahoma with Reverend Barry Gott officiating.   Arrangements are under the direction of Walker-Brown Funeral Home, Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Susie was born November 13, 1909 to Edwin and Susan (Offedd) Eldridge in Pampa, Texas.   She married L.C. Long II and was a devoted mother and grandmother.   She was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and the First Christian Church in Pampa.   She loved flowers and was an Osage County (Oklahoma) rancher.

Survivors include:   Eight daughters, Geraldine and her husband, Lloyd Brummett of Avant, Oklahoma, Mary Ann and her husband, Jimmy Roland, and Marjorie and her husband, Robert Bichsel, all of White Deer, Texas, Nadine and her husband, H.L. Meers, of Pampa, Vickie and her husband, Gene Gullett, and Gertda and her husband, A.L. Moore, all of Barnsdall, Carolyn and her husband, Gerald Montgomery of Crawford, Oklahoma; and Alma Cole of Bartlesville; four sons, L.C. and his wife, Donna Long and John and his wife, Margaret Long, all of Avant, Jerry Don Long of Pampa, J.D. and his wife, Susan Cole of Barnsdall; twenty-nine grandchildren; fifty-one great-grandchildren and a host of friends.   She was preceded in death by her husband, L.C., one son, Robert Mauldin, one daughter, Norma Jean Mauldin; one grandson, Jay David Cole and one granddaughter, Robbie Bichsel.

CLARENCE ANTHONY HAMLIN

OCNS - September 3, 2002 - Clarence Anthony Hamlin, 84, lifelong resident of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, passed away Saturday, August 31, in the Oklahoma University Medical Center in Oklahoma City.

Clarence was born December 15, 1917 in Nowata, Oklahoma, the son of Joseph Reuben and Hazel Belle (Moudly) Hamlin.   He was a Veteran, having served in the United States Army during World War II.   On September 29, 1949, he married Imogene Endsley in Pawhuska.   Clarence worked in the auto service industry his entire life and at one time, owned and operated Hamlin's Texaco Station in Pawhuska.   He was a member of the American Legion, the Knights of Columbus, the Elks Lodge, the Holy Name Society and the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Pawhuska.

Survivors include:   His wife, Imogene of Pawhuska; one son, Joseph Robert Hamlin of Chicago, Illinois; three daughters, Mary Elizabeth Thomas of Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela, Teresa Ann Wood of Edmond, Oklahoma and Joan Marie Hamlin of Pawhuska; one brother, Paul Francis Hamlin of Wichita, Kansas; eight grandchildren; seven great grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.   He was preceded in death by two brothers, Maurice Eugene Hamlin and Joseph Bernard Hamlin.

Rosary will be said at 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 4, in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel, Pawhuska.   Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, September 5, at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Pawhuska, with Father Leonard Higgins officiating.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions be made to the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church for a Memorial Mass to be said on behalf of Clarence.

Johnson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

ALVIN RAY ADAMS

OCNS - September 3, 2002 - Alvin Ray Adams, 58, of Hominy, Oklahoma, entered into rest August 31, 2002 at Cleveland Area Hospital in Cleveland, Oklahoma.   Alvin was born April 10, 1944 in Hominy to Alvin T. and Helen Grace Blackwell Adams.

Alvin was reared in the Hominy, Barnsdall, Cleveland and Skiatook areas of Oklahoma and worked in California for a number of years.   He was an active Master Machinist Tool and Die Maker and worked for BG&S in Skiatook until his retirement three years ago.   He was half Cherokee Indian and had served on the council of the United Band of the Western Cherokee Nation.   In his spare time he loved hunting and fishing.

Survivors include two sons, Brian R. Adams of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and Alvin R. Adams, Jr. of Skiatook; two brothers, Leroy Adams of Skiatook and Paul Adams of Terlton, Oklahoma; one sister, Mary Holliman of Catoosa, Oklahoma and three grandchildren.

Private family services were held for Mr. Adams who was cremated.   Arrangements were under the direction of Powell Funeral Home, Hominy.

LOIS B. HENDRIX

OCNS - September 4, 2002 - Funeral services for Lois B. Hendrix, 77, who died at 10:20 a.m., Friday, August 30, 2002 at the Francis Strietel Nursing Home in Collinsville, Oklahoma, were held Tuesday, September 3, in Skiatook, Oklahoma, with Pastor Jerald Freeman and Reverend Thomas Smith officiating.   Interment was in the Osage Gardens Cemetery, Skiatook, under the direction of the Sien-Shelton Funeral Home.

Lois was born December 20, 1924 in Vian, Oklahoma to Alec and Maudie Mae (Bledsoe) Cantrell.   She grew up and received her education in Vian and in 1983, received her G.E.D. in Tulsa.   She married Ermel Davis Hendrix December 26, 1939 in Fort Smith, Arkansas.   Lois was in Foster Care for over thirty years and was in retail sales for Anthony's for three years.

Survivors include:   Her husband, Ermel of the home; three daughters, Dorthy Mae Walker, Wanema Louise Roberts and Lynda Kay Evans; one brother, Dalton Cantrell; eight grandchildren; twenty-eight great grandchildren; seven great great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends.   She was preceded in death by six brothers and four sisters.

Casket escorts were Brandon Lewis, Douglass Gilfred, Daniel Miller, David Miller, Larry Moore, J.W. Roberts, Alan Huffstutler and Robert Drummond.   Honorary casket escorts were Ted Bragg and Kenneth Chupps.   Music was performed by Shelly Davis and Debbie Meeks.

CLYDE VIRGIL CONNER

OCNS - September 3, 2002 - Clyde Virgil Conner, 52, passed away Friday, August 31, 2002 in the Green Park Nursing Home, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Clyde was born July 16, 1950 in Hominy, Oklahoma, the son of Jake and Orea (Wilson) Conner and was reared in California, where his family worked the farms for many years.   Twenty-two years ago the family returned to the Osage County, Oklahoma area and six years ago Clyde became a permanent resident of Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

Survivors include:   One son, Jason Conner of Arkansas; two brothers, Frank Conner of Pawhuska and Ken Conner of Peabody, Kansas; two sisters, Wilma Conner of Pawhuska and Mary Kennedy of Chowchilla, California; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and a host of other family and friends.   He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Jake Conner, Jr. and Hank Conner.

Graveside services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, September 4, in the Nelagoney Cemetery, Nelagoney, Oklahoma.

Johnson Funeral Home, Pawhuska, is in charge of arrangements.

MARIE V. BUTLER

OCNS - August 29, 2002 - Marie V. Butler, 89, longtime resident of Pawhuska, Oklahoma passed away Thursday, August 29, 2002, in the Skiatook (Oklahoma) Nursing Home.

Marie was born July 18, 1913 in Elgin, Kansas the daughter of Harry and Lucinda (Powell) McIntire.   In July of 1937, she married Walter H. "Bert" Butler in Perry, Oklahoma.   He preceded her in death August 16, 1975.   Mrs. Butler was retired from the J.C. Penny Company where she worked in Pawhuska, Oklahoma as a sales clerk.   She was a member of the First Baptist Church, where she spent many years volunteering in the Church Nursery.

Survivors include:   A son, Bill Butler of Sperry, Oklahoma; six grandchildren, Rance Blankinship, Chad Blankinship, Amy Barnes, Tom Butler, Matt Butler and Ashley Butler; eleven great grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.

In addition to her husband, Mrs. Butler was preceded in death by a daughter, Linda S. Blankinship and a son, Walter Butler.

Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, August 31, 2002 in the First Baptist Church, Pawhuska with Reverend Brandon McComb officiating.   Interment will be in the Pawhuska City Cemetery.

Johnson Funeral Home, Pawhuska is in charge of arrangements.

CARMEN ARLENE GULLETT

OCNS - September 12, 2002 - Carmen Arlene Gullett, 68, who was born January 10, 1934, in Wynona, Oklahoma, the daughter of Dan and Ruth (Paddock) Setzer, entered into rest on August 29, 2002 in Edmond, Oklahoma.

Carmen worked as a hair stylist for many years and owned and operated Carmen's Hair Styling in Hominy, Oklahoma.   She also enjoyed growing plants and, as a hobby, did floral designs, wreaths and arrangements.

Carmen is survived by three daughters, Shelly Brandon of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, Lisa Krone of Edmond, and Stacy Harrison of Rowlett, Texas; one sister, Melva Wheeler of Tulsa; four grandchildren, Lindsey and Neal Krone of Edmond and Alicia and David Harrison of Rowlett and numerous friends.

Services were held August 31, 2002 at Powell Funeral Home, Hominy with interment in A.J. Powell Memorial Cemetery.   Bob Bale officiated under the direction of Powell Funeral Home.

OSCAR LEE OWENS

OCNS - August 29, 2002 - Oscar Lee Owens, 73, entered into rest August 28, 2002 at his home in Wynona, Oklahoma.   He was born December 3, 1928, in Havana, Arkansas to Melvin Pete and Leona G. Robertson Owens.

August 21, 1949, in Ralston, Oklahoma Oscar married Ina Mae Gaines and they have resided in Wynona since 1975.   Oscar was very artistic and enjoyed painting and playing the fiddle, banjo and guitar.   In his spare time he enjoyed playing music at area nursing homes.

Oscar is survived by his wife, Ina Mae Owens of the home; seven sons, Jackie Dan Owens of Fresno, California; Larry Leon Owens of Bixby, Oklahoma; Danny Ray Owens and Ronald Dale Owens, both of Pawhuska, Oklahoma; Jerry Wayne Owens, Allen Lee Owens and William Boyd Owens all of Wynona; one daughter, Beverly Ann Crowley of Wynona; a brother, Orba Ray Owens of Wynona; a sister, Rachel Pearl Wineberger of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma; twenty-five grandchildren; nineteen great grandchildren; three nieces; three nephews and numerous cousins.   Oscar was preceded in death by his parents, one son, Donald Lee Owens and a sister, Audrey Owens.

Graveside services for Oscar Owens will be held at 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 30, 2002 at the A.J. Powell Memorial Cemetery in Hominy, Oklahoma under the direction of Powell Funeral Home.

MARIE MASON

OCNS - August 28, 2002 - Marie Mason, 80, passed away Tuesday, August 27, 2002 in the Barnsdall (Oklahoma) Nursing Home.

Marie was born July 20, 1922 in Stringtown, Oklahoma, the daughter of Lesley T. and Virginia (Teer) Jones.   In 1973, she married Clement Mason and the couple resided in Barnsdall.   Marie was a member of the Assembly of God Church in Barnsdall and the American Legion Post #198 Auxiliary in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

Survivors include:   Her husband, Clement Mason of Barnsdall; three sons, Charles Scharnhorst and wife, Georgia, and Richard Scharnhorst and wife, Sharon, all of Barnsdall and Sam Scharnhorst of Tulsa; a daughter, Marion Brien and husband, John, of Blackburn, Oklahoma; a sister, Estelle Sarns of Oklahoma City; a half-sister, Oreta Parker of Grants Pass, Oregon; eleven grandchildren; twenty-four great-grandchildren and a host of other family and friends.   Mrs. Mason was preceded in death by a son, Floyd Scharnhorst, a sister, Helen Bowhan and a half-daughter, Carol Tippett.

Graveside services will be held Thursday, August 29, in the Pawhuska (Oklahoma) City Cemetery with Reverend Phil Clements of the Barnsdall Assembly of God Church officiating.

Johnson Funeral Home, Pawhuska, is in charge of arrangements.

RICHARD D. CALLAWAY Jr.

OCNS - August 28, 2002 - Richard D. "Dick" Callaway, Jr., 80, longtime resident of Fairfax, Oklahoma, died Monday, August 26, 2002 at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Oklahoma City.

The funeral service will be at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, August 29, at the First United Methodist Church in Fairfax with Reverend William Forrest, Pastor officiating.   Burial, with military honors, will follow in the Fairfax Cemetery under the direction of Hunsaker-Wooten Funeral Home.

Dick Callaway was born September 26, 1921, in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, the son of Richard Dewitt Callaway, Sr., and Etta Ilena (Evans) Callaway.   When he was in the first grade, he moved with his family to Fairfax where he completed his education.   Shortly after graduating from Fairfax High School, Dick entered the U.S. Marine Corps and served during World War II from 1942 until 1946.   He reentered the service in 1950 and served in the Korean Conflict receiving his honorable discharge in 1954.   During the Korean, he was one of the "Chosen Few", receiving numerous medals including the Purple Heart.

After his military service, Dick returned home to care for his mother and work with his brother-in-law in the farming business.

Dick grew up in the Methodist Church.   He worked with Toys for Tots and worked with the Marines giving scholarships.   He loved hunting and fishing and was an avid gardener and a great cook.

Survivors include one sister, Clara Leona Tate of Fairfax and many nieces and nephews.   Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by one sister, Nora Ilena Cox.

ELIZABETH ANN "LIZ" MILLER

OCNS - August 27, 2002 - Elizabeth Ann "Liz" Miller, 36, a resident of Barnsdall, Oklahoma, died Sunday, August 25, 2002 at the Barnsdall Nursing Home.

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, August 26, at the First Baptist Church in Barnsdall with Brother Joe Reeves officiating.   Interment will be in the Ochelata (Oklahoma) Cemetery.   Funeral services and interment will be directed by the Stumpff Funeral Home, Barnsdall.

Elizabeth Ann Miller was born November 18, 1965 at Beeville, Texas, the daughter of John and Jeanne (Pruitt) Starmer.   She was later adopted by Charles Broadaway.   Liz graduated from the Ochelata High School with the class of 1984 and married Rick Miller in Barnsdall on June 14, 1984.   She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Barnsdall.

Liz is survived by her husband Rick and one daughter, Misty Miller both of the home; two sisters, Amy Broadaway and Jackie Lafferty and her father, Charles Broadaway, all of Independence, Kansas.   She was preceded in death by her mother, Jeanne Broadaway and one brother, Michael Broadaway.

JOYCE LAVONNE (SMITH) PERRIER

OCNS - August 26, 2002 - Ms Joyce Lavonne (Smith) Perrier, 67, a native of Barnsdall, Oklahoma and resident of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, died at 10:15 p.m., Saturday, August 24, 2002 at the family residence in Tulsa.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, August 28, 2002 in the Fitzgerald-Arnold Moore Ivy Chapel, Tulsa with Reverend Jack Gleason officiating.   Committal prayers and interment will be directed at the Barnsdall Ethel Reese Cemetery by the Fitzgerald - Arnold Moore Funeral Service.

Joyce Lavonne Smith was born August 31, 1934 in Barnsdall, Osage County, the daughter of Charlie R. and Roxie G. (Brown) Smith.   She was reared and received her education in the Barnsdall school and was graduated with the Barnsdall High School Senior Class of 1952.   She married Roger E. Perrier and they made their home in Bartlesville where Joyce worked for different banking institutions before the Perriers moved to Tulsa in 1959.   Joyce had worked for the Admiral State Bank, Mercantile Bank, the W.R. Bentley Company (for fourteen years) and as office manager at the Tulce Oil Company.   In 1987 she was employed as a tax preparer for H&R Block where she remained until her death on Saturday.

Ms Perrier is survived by a son, Roger D. and his wife, Chong, Perrier of Richardson, Texas; a daughter, Mrs. Connie J. and her husband, Mark, Dillon of Tulsa; two sisters, Mrs. Ernie (Betty) Clark of Muskogee, Oklahoma and Mrs. Gerald (Gladys) Pearson of Gainesville, Texas, and three grandchildren.   She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother, Jack Smith.

A memorial in Joyce's name has been established to:
The American Cancer Society
6440 S. Lewis
Tulsa, OK   74136

FRANCES ETHEL MARSHALL

OCNS - August 26, 2002 - Frances Ethel Marshall, 87, resident of Fairfax, Oklahoma, passed away Friday, August 23, 2002 at the Fairfax Hospital.

Funeral services were held at 2:00 p.m., Monday, August 26, at the Hunsaker-Wooten Funeral Chapel in Fairfax with burial in the Fairfax Cemetery under the direction of the Hunsaker-Wooten Funeral Home.

Frances Marshall was born October 19, 1914 at Boston Pool, Oklahoma the daughter of Leamon Presley Dilbeck and Willie B. (Moore) Dilbeck.   She married James Franklin Marshall November 7, 1943 at Santa Rosa, California.

Frances is survived by one brother, Ab Dilbeck, of Ralston, Oklahoma; and numerous nieces and nephews.   She was preceded in death by her husband, one sister, Clara Faye and six brothers, Amos, William, Hershel, Earnest, Gene and Joe.

Casket bearers were Robert (Robbie) Cruzen, Billy Joe Dilbeck, Leroy Dilbeck, Robert Dilbeck, Andy Dilbeck and Tommy (Mo) Dilbeck.

EDWARD RODGERS

OCNS - August 22, 2002 - Edward Rodgers, 71, passed away Wednesday, August 21, 2002 at his residence in Wynona, Oklahoma.

Mr. Rodgers was born December 31, 1930 in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the son of William and Agnes (Aitchison) Rodgers.   September 13, 1975 in Denver, Colorado, he married Isabel D. Garcia.   For the past twenty years, the Rodgers' lived in the Wynona area and Mr. Rodgers worked as a maintenance engineer for the Osage County Housing Authority.   He was a member of the American Legion Post #198 in Pawhuska, having served in the United States Army.   He was a loving husband, father and grandfather who was always willing to help out his family and friends.

Survivors include:   His wife, Isabel D. Rodgers of the home; his mother, Agnes VanDusen of Pawhuska, Oklahoma; his children, Lou Anne Lyons, William H. Rodgers and Arnold Patrick Valdez all of Denver, Colorado, Alexander Timmons of Grayford, Texas, Gerianne M. Bass of Pittsburg, Kansas, Kathleen C. Smith of Louisville, Indiana, Christine E.R. Fudge of Belthrop, Texas; a grandson, Paul John "P.J." Park raised by the Rodgers', of the home; two brothers, Andrew Rodgers of Cheyenne, Wyoming and Tom H. McKinnell of Tulsa, Oklahoma; a sister, Edith Tuller of Wynona; seventeen grandchildren; ten great grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews living from Oklahoma to Hawaii, and a host of other family and friends.

In accordance with his request, Mr. Rodgers was cremated.   A memorial service will be held Monday, August 26, in the Johnson Funeral Chapel, 223 East Sixth Street, Pawhuska with Deacon Sam Campbell officiating.

Johnson Funeral Home, Pawhuska is in charge of arrangements.

LANAE ANNE (PHILLIPS) (BARNARD) (LAUDERDALE) PARRIS

OCNS - August 22, 2002 - Mrs. Lanae Anne (Phillips) Parris, 49, a native of Bartlesville, Oklahoma and daughter of Mrs. Thoral Lanae Haskell, died at 11:25 a.m., Wednesday, August 21, 2002 at the family residence, four days after her forty-ninth birthday.

Funeral services for Mrs. Parris will be held at 10:00 a.m., Friday in the First Presbyterian Church, Bartlesville with Reverend Robert Bogue, Reverend Paul Rummage and Reverend Buz Wierick officiating.   Committal prayers and interment will be directed in the Ethel Reece Cemetery, Barnsdall, Oklahoma by the Arnold Moore Funeral Service.

Lanae Anne Phillips was born August 17, 1953 in Bartlesville, the daughter of the late Ernest Leroy Phillips and Mrs. Thoral Lanae (Walden) Phillips Haskell.   She was reared and received most of her education in Bartlesville where she attended Jefferson and Jane Phillips Elementary Schools, Central Junior High School and one year at College High before moving to Tulsa where she completed her education, graduating with the 1971 Senior Class of Edison High School.

Ms Phillips and Arthur Noah Barnard were married November 22, 1973 in Bartlesville where they established their home.   February 14, 1981, she and Robert Martine Lauderdale were married in Bartlesville and established their home in Houston, Texas.   Lanae attended the University of Houston-Downtown and graduated in 1987 with a B.S. Degree in Professional Writing.   She was employed by several major petroleum companies as a Contract Technical Writer in writing computer documentation.   In September of 1996 in Phoenix, Arizona, Lanae Lauderdale and Joseph Allen Parris were married and she continued to make her home in Houston before returning to Bartlesville in 1997.

Lanae began her employment with Phillips Petroleum Company as temporary employment and later worked as a Pilot Plant Operator.   In November of 2000 she moved to Virginia Beach, Virginia where she was employed by C.A.C.I. under contract for the Department of the Navy.   August 1, 2002, she returned to Houston to make her home prior to returning to Bartlesville in April of 2002.

Mrs. Parris was a member of the Clear Lake Presbyterian Church, Houston and the Phi Theta Kappa Honorary Sorority, served on the Board of Directors of Symphony North of Houston, playing the violin and with the Bartlesville Symphony Orchestra, First Presbyterian Church of Bartlesville and at Clear Lake Presbyterian.

Survivors include:   Her son, Kevin Duane Barnard and her mother, Mrs. Thoral Lanae (Walden) Phillips) Haskell both of Bartlesville; her sister, Ms Carol Teresa Lynn Phillips and her husband, Peter Taylor, of Houston; her brother, David Lawrence Phillips and his wife, Cynthia "Cindy" (Watson) Phillips of rural Bartlesville; her grandmother, Mrs. Frieda Wilson Martin and several nieces and nephews including, Kyle Phillips, Sean Phillips, Keegan Phillips Taylor and Clara Taylor Phillips.   In addition to her father, Ernest Leroy Phillips, and her adopted father, Donald Mackintosh Haskell, Lanae was preceded in death by a brother, Chris Allen Phillips.

HERBERT L. FOWLER

OCNS - August 21, 2002 - Herbert L. Fowler, 64, passed away Wednesday, August 21, 2002, in the Pawhuska Hospital.

Herbert L. Fowler, Jr., was born November 23, 1937 in Drumright, Oklahoma, the sun of Herbert Luther and Luella (Kelly) Fowler, Sr.   February 26, 1960 he married Janet Louise Bright in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.   Prior to retiring, Herb worked at the Safeway Grocery Stores in Pawhuska, Cleveland, Oklahoma and Bartlesville, Oklahoma.   He was a member of the Pawhuska Elks Lodge #2542, where he had served in many capacities, including Past Exalted Ruler and was an active participant in the Elk's Drug Awareness Program.   He attended the Lynn Baptist Church.

Survivors include:   His wife, Janet Louise Fowler of the home; a daughter, Debra Fowler Hartness of Pawhuska; two sons, Raymond Fowler of Pawhuska, and Scott Fowler of San Diego, California; five grandchildren, Sheilah Fowler, Vincent Hartness, Michael Ammons Benefiel, Christopher Ammons and Brad Benefiel; a daughter-in-law, Tonja Benefiel; a brother, James Howard Fowler of Pawhuska; three sisters, Mary Hagen of Tulsa, Ruth Dickinson of Cushing, Oklahoma and Charlene Wilson of Midland, Texas and a host of other family and friends.   Herb was preceded in death by his parents and one brother, Lewis Fowler.

Graveside services will be at 2:00 p.m., Friday, August 23, in the Pappin Cemetery, north of Pawhuska with Reverend Frank Adams officiating.

Johnson Funeral Home, Pawhuska, is in charge of arrangements.

CHRISTOPHER BLAKE CURRY

OCNS - August 27, 2002 - Christopher Blake Curry, seventeen-day-old infant son of Chris Curry and Tanya Wilson of Tulsa, died, after an illness, at 5:42 p.m., Tuesday, August 20, 2002, Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa.

Funeral services were held Friday, August 23, at the Pavilion in the Dewey, Oklahoma Cemetery with Pastor Harry Henderson of the Tulsa Family Church officiating.   Graveside services and interment were under the direction of the Stumpff Funeral Home.

Survivors include:   His parents, Chris Curry and Tanya Wilson of the home in Tulsa; two sisters, Britney and Bailey Wilson of the home; paternal grandparents, Kenita Maples of Dewey and Leon Curry of Bartlesville, Oklahoma; maternal grandparents Steve and Donna Wilson of Dewey; paternal great-grandparents Kenneth and Edwina Maples and Dolly Curry all of Bartlesville and maternal great-grandmother Martha Burges of Bartlesville.

A memorial has been established and those who wish may make a contribution in memory of Christopher to:   The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Oklahoma City
2825 E. Skelly Drive, Ste 824
Tulsa, OK   74105.

LINDA JEANNE VAUGHN

OCNS - September 10, 2002 - Linda J. Vaughn, 76, was born April 18, 1926 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and entered into rest August 19, 2002 at Cleveland (Oklahoma) Manor Nursing Home.

Linda has resided in Hominy, Oklahoma for about sixty years and enjoyed going to bingo, fishing, casinos and bowling.   She lived next door to Roy Sharpnack's family and loved Dale as if he was one of her own.   She loved her dog, Tiger, and worked most of her life as a homemaker but had also worked at Wal-Mart's jewelry department.

Survivors include two stepsons, Paul and Mike Vaughn both of Oklahoma City; in-law, Emma Bell Gray and numerous close friends.   She is also survived by Dale Sharpnack, who was like a son to her, and his wife, Lois.   Linda was preceded in death by her parents and husbands, Joe Vaughn and Carl Casey.

Graveside services were held August 21, at A.J. Powel Memorial Cemetery, Hominy with Reverend Clifton Phelps of the First Assembly of God Church, Hominy, officiating.   Arrangements were under the direction of Powell Funeral Home.

WILSON INGALLS Jr.

OCNS - August 22, 2002 - Wilson L. Ingalls, jr., also known as Bill to his friends and family of Hominy, Oklahoma, was born June 21, 1935 in North Platte, Nebraska to Wilson L. and Mabel Martha (McCombs) Ingalls.   Bill was reared and received his education in Colorado and soon after high school, joined the United States Navy on January of 1955.   Bill served his country until he was honorably discharged in January of 1963.   He returned to Colorado and was employed as a County Constable and as a Colorado Highway Patrol.   In the early 1980's Bill moved to Jennings, Oklahoma and in 1988, accepted employment as the Safety Coordinator with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections at the Dick Conners Correctional Center in Hominy.   November 25, 1992 Bill was united in marriage to Norma Hays in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.   When he had spare time, he loved to ride motorcycles, work on his computer and do crossword puzzles.

Bill passed away August 18, 2002 at his home in Hominy at the age of sixty-seven years, one month and twenty-seven days.   He was preceded in death by his parents.

Survivors include:   His wife, Norma of the home; children, Jay Ingalls and Lori Ingalls and sister, Linda Kilpatrick all of Colorado and many other family members and friends.

Services were held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, August 22, in the Chapman-Black Chapel, 108 West Delaware, Cleveland, Oklahoma officiated by Pastor Dan Edens.   Burial will be at 3:00 p.m., in the Tamaha Cemetery in Tamaha, Oklahoma (somewhere about sixty miles southwest or southeast of Muskogee, Oklahoma) under the direction of Chapman Black Funeral Home.

Visit an online obituary and guest book for Wilson Ingalls, Jr. at:   Chapman-Black Funeral Home

HENRY C. WHILES

OCNS - August 19, 2002 - Henry C. Whiles, 78, longtime resident of Pawhuska, Oklahoma passed away in his home Sunday, August 18, 2002.

Henry Clay Whiles, Jr., was born November 16, 1923 in Pawnee County, Oklahoma, the son of Henry Clay, Sr., and Ethel Marie (Rambo) Whiles.   He married Ruby M. Cass November 9, 1942, in Winfield, Kansas.   She preceded him in death October 29, 2000.   The Whiles owned and operated the City Laundry in Pawhuska from 1955 to 1975 and Henry was retired from the Pawhuska School System, where he worked in the maintenance department for many years.   He enjoyed working in the vegetable garden he grew in his back yard each year and was a member of the First Christian Church.

Survivors include:   A sister, Anna Mae Green; six grandchildren, Mark McVey and wife, Jonie, Lou Sellers and husband, Ted, Rhonda Kupiec, Clay McVey, Sandra Dodds and Clara Wilson; ten great grandchildren, Jeff Clawson, Megan McVey, Stevie McVey, Valerie Boe, Gill Cox, Scott Cox, Bruce McVey, Matthew McVey, Curt Wilson and Cheyenne Wilson; seven great great-great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.

In addition to his wife, Ruby, Henry was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Lewis Whiles and Arthur Whiles and his daughter, Lois Ann Wilson.

Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, August 22, 2002 in the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Richard Newman of the First Christian Church officiating.   Interment will be in the Riverside Cemetery at Ralston, Oklahoma.

Johnson Funeral Home, Pawhuska, is in charge of arrangements.

H.J. BUD ROMANS

OCNS - August 19, 2002 - Graveside services for H.J. "Bud" Romans, 87, will be at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, August 21, 2002 in The Southern Heights Cemetery, Sapulpa, Oklahoma.   He passed away Sunday, August 18, 2002.

Harold J. Romans was born February 17, 1915 in Preston, Oklahoma to James J. and Judith Muriel Romans.   On March 26, 1937 in Chandler, Oklahoma, Bud married Nettie Frances Jones who passed away one week ago, on August 12, 2002.   The couple had recently became residents of the Greenbriar Nursing Home in Enid, Oklahoma.

Before retiring, Bud was employed by The Texaco Company adn was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church.

Bud is survived by his daughter, Darlene and husband Don Druiett of Waukomis, Oklahoma; three grandchildren, Randy Griffin and wife, Barbara, of Greeley, Colorado, Gayla McAtee and husband, Chris, of Laverne, Oklahoma and Roger Griffin and wife, Nancy, of Enid, Oklahoma; eight great grandchildren, Jeff Griffin and wife, Lacy, serving in The United States Navy, B.J. Griffin and wife, Carrie, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Jerri Griffin of Lamar, Colorado, Dustin McAtee, and wife, Amber, Brant McAtee and wife, Earin, and Cory McAtee of Laverne, Oklahoma, and Wendy and Kristopher Griffin of Enid; three great great-grandchildren, Dar and Mara Jade Griffin of Dallas, Texas, Shelby Smith of Enid and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

RUPERT F. "SHORTY" CRUME

OCNS - August 17, 2002 - Mr. R.F. "Shorty" Crume, 90, a retired master mechanic and rancher from the Bartlesville, Oklahoma area, died at 11:45 p.m., Monday, August 12, 2002 after a brief illness.   Funeral services were held Friday, August 16, at the Neekamp Funeral Home, Bartlesville, with Reverend Jerry Field of the Bartlesville Freewill Baptist church officiating.   Interment was in the Memorial Park Cemetery.   Reverend Clyde E. Miller of Enid, Oklahoma, a long-time family friend assisted with the services.   Following the services, a reception was held at the home of Carl L. Crume in Bartlesville.

Mr. Crume was born January 11, 1912 near Roswell, New Mexico, to Fredrick H. and Amy Timmons Crume.   The Hispanic Midwife who assisted in his delivery named him Rupert Ferdinand after Spanish royalty.   Following the death of Fred Crume in 1917, the family moved to Pawhuska, Oklahoma to be near relatives.   Mr. Crume was employed with Love Bottling Company in Pawhuska and Bartlesville for nineteen years before working for Phillips Petroleum Research Center until retirement in 1972.   Following retirement, Mr. Crume spent winters in south Texas and was active in his church functions.

Mr. Crume is survived by his wife of sixty-five years, Goldie Gibson Crume; three sons, Carl L. Crume of Bartlesville, D. Gene Crume of Guthrie, Oklahoma, and Burt M. Crume of Colorado Springs, Colorado; a grandson, four granddaughters and five great-grandchildren.   He was preceded in death by his daughter, Ruth Marie Crume, his parents, a brother and three sisters.

Casket escorts for Mr. Crume were Scott Tucker, Jeff Linville, Kevin Linville, Mike Chitwood, Brian Crume and Joe Dougherty.   Honorary escorts were James Holt, Mike Hearing, Ed Miller, Kenneth Love, Phil Panther, Frank Morrison, Melvin Alexander, Dale Holloway, Jim Malaske, Bill Malaske, John Gibson, Richard Gibson, Bruce Miller, Jack Scott and Bill Hadley.

DELCIA MERKLEY ADAMS

OCNS - August 16, 2002 - Services for Delcia Merkley Adams, 92, who passed away August 14, 2002 will be held at 2:00 p.m., Monday, August 19, in the First Baptist Church, Hominy, Oklahoma, with Pastor James Ehrlich officiating.   Burial will follow in the A.J. Powell Memorial Cemetery under the direction of Powell Funeral Home.

Delcia was born September 11, 1909 in Marion County, Arkansas to John and Laura Bullins Garrison.   In 1929, Delcia married Frank Denvie Adams in Cleveland, Oklahoma.   She resided, for eight years in Norman, Oklahoma where she was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church and active in Women's Missionary Union.

Survivors include her daughter, Joyce Bowling of Channahon, Illinois; a son, Richard Adams of Longview, Texas; an adopted son, Steve Adams of Blanchard, Oklahoma; foster daughter, Charlotte Adams; brother, Orville "Bill" Garrison of Simi Valley, California; fifteen grandchildren; several great grandchildren, great great-grandchildren, and great-great-great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Delcia was preceded in death by her husband, two daughters Shirley Black and Joretta Adams; three brothers, George Garrison, Lee Garrison and Jim Garrison; one sister, Ursula and great grandson, Tanner King.

Casket Bearers will be Steve Adams, Jesse Adams, Terry King, Charles Burris, John Adams and William Bowling.   Music selections are "In the Garden" and This World Is Not My Home".   Music will be sung by John Crawford, accompanied by Theresa Cowan.

LEON CAPPS

OCNS - August 17, 2002 - Leon Capps, 66, surrounded by his loved ones, departed his earthly home to be with his Lord Jesus Christ, Monday, August 12, 2002, after a courageous battle with Glio Blastoma Multiform Cancer.

Leon, the son of the late Levi and Sletha (Sells) Capps, was born March 7, 1936 in Muskogee, Oklahoma and spent his youth growing up in the Muskogee area with a large and loving family.   Leon accepted the Lord, was baptized and became a member of the Okay First Baptist Church.

Leon will be remembered for his optimistic and joyful outlook on life and the generosity and love he showed his family and everyone he met.   Before his illness, Leon spent his leisure time playing golf and traveling throughout the United States.   Prior to his retirement from General Service Administration, he managed several service stations at various locations in Muskogee.   After his retirement, spending time with his family was a full time commitment.

Those Leon left behind to mourn his passing and celebrate his home coming to Heaven are:   His wife, Joan; tow daughters and sons-in-law Cheryll and Roger Synar of Muskogee and Nancy and James Coffman of Wagoner, Oklahoma; three grandchildren and their spouses, Scott (Amanda) Stockton, Carrie (Troy) Thornton and Bridgett (Robert Dale) Ruckman; nine great grandchildren, Taylor Grace Nail and Kayleigh Thornton of Keefeton, Oklahoma, Jacob, Chance and Michael Leon Stockton of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma, Elton Clint, Amanda, Edyth and Anna Ruckman of Tahlequah, Oklahoma; five brothers and sisters-in-law, Ray (Cora Lee) Capps, Reverend Chester (Jean) Capps of Muskogee, Reverend Jerry (Alberta) Capps of Idabel, Oklahoma, Reverend Charles (Blanch) Capps of Keefeton and Larry (Martha) Capps of Warner, Oklahoma; two sisters, Geraldine Shackelford of Muskogee and Alma Capps of Wagoner and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and aunts.   Mr. Capps was preceded in death by his parents, two sons, Richard Leon Capps and Bruce Capps and one brother, Arive Lee Capps.

It is requested that in lieu of flowers those who wish may make donations to the

First Baptist Church of Okay
(Building Fund) P.O. Box 100
Okay, OK   74464

or to

Crossroads Hospice of Oklahoma
9916-A East 43rd Street
Tulsa, OK   74146

Funeral services for Mr. Capps were held Thursday, August 15, 2002 at Okay First Baptist Church with Reverend Ron Forrest officiating.   Interment was in Memorial Park Cemetery with members of his Sunday School Class serving as pallbearers.

The family entrusted the Bradley Family Funeral Service, Muskogee with the arrangements.

EDWARD J. TODD

OCNS - August 20, 2002 - Edward Jerry Todd, 58, of Coffeyville, Kansas, died August 13, 2002, at Saint John's Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Services were held August 15, at the First Southern Baptist Church in Coffeyville with burial in Fairview Cemetery, Coffeyville, under the direction of Ford-Wulf-Bruns Funeral Service of Coffeyville.

Mr. Todd was born April 1, 1944, at Pawhuska, Oklahoma to Edward Baker Todd and Bernice Pauline (Spencer) Todd.   He attended the Pawhuska schools, graduating from Pawhuska High School in 1962.   He continued his education at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma earning a B.S. degree in mathematics education in 1966.   He then began employment for USD 445, teaching mathematics at McKinley Middle School and Roosevelt Junior High School in Coffeyville from 1966 to 1998, serving many of those years as the Junior High School head track coach.   He received his master's degree in education from Pittsburgh State University in 1985.   In 1998, Mr. Todd retired from teaching.   After retirement he worked at Service Office and Supply in Coffeyville where he was a co-owner.

August 28, 1964, he and Goldie Mae Glasgow were married at Pawhuska.   Goldie died on December 6, 1997 and, as a result of her death, he became actively involved in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life.

Mr. Todd was a member of First Southern Baptist Church of Coffeyville where he served as a deacon, trustee, youth Sunday School director, choir member, and served on the finance and building committees.   He had also served as youth and music director at Pleasant Valley Baptist Church as well as at Emmanuel Southern Baptist Church in Coffeyville, where he was a deacon and worked with senior adults.   He was currently a member of the Executive Board of the Kansas-Nebraska Convention of Southern Baptists.   He served in the National Guard from 1966 to 1973 where he worked with the Music Program.

Survivors include his five brothers, Billy L. Todd, Tuck E. Todd, Chris H. Todd, Clell V, Todd and Randy R. Todd all of Pawhuska and one sister, Annie C. Conner of Pawhuska.

He was preceded in death by his parents and one sister.

JONNI LEONA LAWERANCE

OCNS - August 14, 2002 - Jonni Leona LaweRance, 77, longtime resident of Pawhuska, Oklahoma, passed away Monday, August 12, 2002 in the Jane Phillips Medical Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

Jonni was born July 23, 1925 in Lycan, Colorado, daughter of George W. and Dollie Launa (Chinn) Fenton.   She was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and was a retired seamstress.   She had worked for a number of clothing manufacturers in Pawhuska.

Survivors include:   Three daughters, Mary Todd and Twyella Cooper both of Bartlesville, Oklahoma and Lee Shedd of Pawhuska; a son, George W. Boyd of Altus, Oklahoma and two grandchildren, Renee Turner of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and Damon Boyd of Altus, Oklahoma.

Graveside services will be at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, August 15, in The Pawhuska Cemetery under the direction of Johnson Funeral Home.

NETTIE FRANCES ROMANS

OCNS - August 14, 2002 - Graveside services for Nettie Frances Romans, 88, will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, August 16, in the South Heights Cemetery, Sapulpa, Oklahoma.   Johnson Funeral Home, Pawhuska, Oklahoma, is in charge of arrangements.

Nettie was born June 11, 1914, at Glenpool, Oklahoma to John R. and Dollie Cleo Coleman Jones.   She and H.J. "Bud" Romans were married March 26, 1937 at Chandler, Oklahoma.   Long time residents of Pawhuska, Nettie and Bud recently became residents of The Greenbriar Nursing Home in Enid, Oklahoma where Nettie passed away on August 12, 2002.

Before retiring, Nettie was a secretary at The Howard Insurance Agency in Pawhuska and Bud was employed by The Texaco Company.   They were members of The Calvary Baptist Church.

Nettie is survived by her husband, "Bud" Romans; daughter, Darlene and husband Don Druiett of Waukomis, Oklahoma; two sisters, Alice Couey of Pawhuska and Hazel Gladys Kirk of Tulsa; three grandchildren, Randy and wife, Barbara, Griffin of Greeley, Colorado, Gayla and husband, Chris, McAtee of Laverne, Oklahoma and Roger and wife, Nancy, Griffin of Enid, Oklahoma; eight great grandchildren, Jeff and wife, Lacy, Griffin serving in The United States Navy, B.J. and wife, Carrie, Griffin of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Jerri Griffin of Lamar, Colorado, Dustin and wife, Amber, McAtee, Brant and wife, Earin, McAtee and Cory McAtee of Laverne, Oklahoma, and Wendy and Kristopher Griffin of Enid; three great great-grandchildren, Dar and Mara Jade Griffin of Dallas, Texas, Shelby Smith of Enid and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

LESLIE WAYNE DILBECK

OCNS - August 12, 2002 - Leslie Wayne Dilbeck, 64, resident of the Fairfax, Oklahoma, area, passed away Friday morning, August 9, 2002, at the Fairfax Hospital.

Funeral services were held Monday, August 12, at the First Osage Baptist Church with Reverend Robert Glasgow presiding.   interment was in the Fairfax Cemetery under the direction of the Hunsaker - Wooten Funeral Home.

Leslie Wayne Dilbeck was born August 29, 1937 at Fairfax, the son of Hershel A. Dilbeck and Opal (Faulk) Dilbeck.   He attended the Grayhorse and Fairfax schools and was a 1955 graduate of Ralston High School where he was active in basketball.   June 15, 1964, he married LaVon Jones in Winfield, Kansas.   He was employed at the Ralston (Oklahoma) Rock Crusher at an early age, later being employed with the pipeline, the American Supply Company and for the past twenty-seven years was an independent pumper in the Fairfax area.   His enjoyments included hunting, fishing, story telling, the outdoors and visiting with family and friends.

Survivors include:   His wife of thirty-eight years, LaVon; three sisters, Dorothy Houser and husband, Ed, of Mabron, Washington, Deborah Gerard and husband, Tom, of Yakima, Washington and Sandy Price and husband, Ron of Moxee, Washington; two brothers, Jackie Dilbeck and wife, Sandy of Yakima and Rex Dilbeck and wife, Michelle of Grandview, Washington; sister-in-law, Hazel Dilbeck and several other brother and sisters-in-law that include Earl and Loraine Wilson, Woodrow and Dorothy Wilson, Irene and Clay Smith, Jimmy and Jeannie Wilson, Roy Wilson, L.D. Jones and Jim Wilson; numerous nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles.

Leslie was preceded in death by his parents; one infant daughter, Bonita Dilbeck; one brother (and best friend) Leon Dilbeck and one sister-in-law, Pearl Wilson.

Casket Bearers were Roy Lee Wilson, Andy Dilbeck, Tommy Dilbeck, Tim Dilbeck, Dickie Johnston and Henry Johnston.   Honorary Casket Bearer will be Tip Asher.

Memorial contributions may be made to:

The First Baptist Church
Kitchen Fund
P.O. Box 217
Fairfax, OK   74637

Or to the
Fairfax Library
Fairfax, OK   74637

ANTHONY "TONY" GOCOLINSKI, Jr.

OCNS - August 10, 2002 - Mr. Anthony "Tony" Gocolinski, Jr., 53, a resident of Barnsdall, Oklahoma since November, 2001, died at 7:00 p.m., Friday, August 9, 2002 following a sudden illness.

Funeral services will be held in North East, Maryland.   Oklahoma arrangements were directed by The Arnold Moore - Barnsdall Funeral Home.

A native of Pennsylvania, Tony was born August 27, 1948 at Langhorne, Pennsylvania, the son of Anthony and Lucy (Parr) Gocolinski.   He was reared and received his education in the Philadelphia and Langhorne community schools and graduated with the 1967 Langhorne High School Senior Class.   Following his graduation he helped his father farm and manage the family farm where they raised carrots, tomatoes, potatoes, corn and wheat.   He and Linda Ann Hudler were married at North East, Maryland September 11, 1983 and made their home near Elkton, Maryland.   Prior to his retirement, they had been residents of Iowa.   Linda is an employee of the Barnsdall Nursing Home.

Surviving are his wife, Linda, of the home in Barnsdall.   He was preceded in death by his parents and an infant sister.

JIM ASTON

OCNS - August 12, 2002 - Jim Aston, 56, longtime resident of Fairfax, Oklahoma, died late Monday night, August 5, 2002, at the Oklahoma University Medical Center - Presbyterian Towers of Oklahoma City.

Funeral services were held Saturday, August 10, 2002, at the First Osage Baptist Church of Fairfax with The Reverend Robert Glasgow, Pastor, officiating.   Burial was in the Fairfax Cemetery under the direction of the Hunsaker - Wooten Funeral Home of Fairfax.

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