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1 10 TULSA WORLD Thursday, Aug. 17, 2006 OBITUARIES Circle of Life In an effort to honor those who have donated either organs, eyes or tissue, the Tulsa World is participating in the "Circle of Life" campaign sponsored by the Global Organization for Organ Donation (GOOD). If your loved one was a donor, please inform the funeral director if you would like to have the "Circle of Life" logo placed in his or her listing. CONRAD Reba died at home on Monday, August 14, 2006. She is survived by her husband of 63 years, Dr.

Loyal Lee Conrad; her children, Anna Gillespie, Martha Conrad and Mary Conrad and husband, Bill Wallace; 2 grandchildren; and 2 great-grandchildren. A lifelong resident of Oklahoma, she moved to Albuquerque in 1999. Born in Collinsville, OK, she graduated from Poteau High School, as co- Valedictorian of her class, in 1934 and received a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Missouri, in 1938. She was a reporter for the "Ligonier Leader" in Ligonier, IN, and was Editor of "The Tinker Field Takeoff' at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City, before her marriage in 1943. Reba was active in the League of Women Voters, PEO Sisterhood, Girl Scouts of America, and was a docent at the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art in Tulsa, and at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History in Albuquerque.

Those wishing to pay respects may stop by the Conrad family home in Albuquerque, from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, August 19, 2006. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her name may be made to the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, 1400 Gilcrease Museum Tulsa, OK 74127. VIEW AND SIGN THE ONLINE GUEST BOOK: www.legacy.com/tulsaworld POULOS Sue 81 died Au- gust 14, 2006, in Tulsa, OK. She was born on September 9, 1924, in Salina, OK, where she grew up and graduated high school.

She attended Tulsa Business College and after her graduation, she went to work for Oklahoma Vocational Rehabilitation. After leaving Vocational Rehabilitation, she went to work for the Tulsa Police Department as a Secretary. After working there several years, she returned to work for Vocational Rehabilitation. She is survived by her husband, Ted, of 55 years; sister, Mary Edwards; brothers, J.L. Parsons, and Jerry Parsons and wife, Peggy; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Service will be held 10:30 a.m. Thursday, August 17, 2006, at Metro Faith ChristianChurch with interment to follow at Floral Haven Memorial Gardens. VIEW AND SIGN THE ONLINE GUEST BOOK: www.legacy.com/tulsaworld Michael Tod Lilburn LILBURN Michael Tod, 42, born in Nowata, OK, and most recently living in San Diego, CA, died early Sunday morning, August 13, 2006, in a helicopter crash off the coast of Astoria, OR. Lilburn was filming a documentary on the Lewis and Clark expedition at the time of his death. In his career he earned three Emmy awards for editing, sound, and photography, as well as three Golden Mike awards and several Press Club of San Diego and La Pluma awards.

Tod was an exuberant soul, who lived a full and happy life. He was a graduate of Bartlesville College High Class of 1982 and the University of Oklahoma, School of Journalism, 1986. He married Debra Stinson of Broken Arrow, OK, in Santa Fe, NM, in April 1993. The couple lived in Tulsa, Winston-Salem, Beijing, China, and now made their home in San Diego. Together they had a son, David, who continues to bring laughter and light into their extended families' lives.

Tod brought passion, enthusiasm and commitment to his endeavors and was an inspiration to all that knew him. He loved to spend time with his family, cook, hike, camp, travel, visit friends, and cheer for the Sooners although he had doubts about how they would do this season. Tod was involved in his son's school community and led his son's Cub Scout den. He had a rare goodness and ability to bring people together. He will be missed and celebrated as he lived fully, with an open heart, and laughing joyously.

Tod is survived by his TRANSITIONS SUBMITTING INFORMATION Obituaries are available to funeral homes and I the public for a charge. To submit a paid obituary or for information about obituaries with online tributes, the Tulsa World paid, Classified Advertising Department at 583-2121 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday and at 581-8503 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

E-mail photos or text for paid obituaries to com. Fax paid obituaries to 583-3550. Funeral homes may fax free death notices for Transitions to 581-8353 0 or call 581-8347 from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Please go online to www.legacy. to express condolences and sign a guest book.

organ tissue donor Elden George Birks BIRKS Elden George. E.G. to be with the Lord, at the age of 79, on Sunday, August 13, 2006. The life of E.G. Birks will be celebrated at 10 a.m.

Friday, August 18, 2006, at the Mowery Funeral Service Chapel in Owasso, OK, with Jerry Moore officiating. He was born on September 21, 1926, in Afton, OK, to Ory William and Virgie Evelyn (Spurlock) Birks. His protective and selfless spirit will be missed by friends, neighbors and family. For sixty years he shared his life with his high school sweetheart, Dorothy May Birks. They graduated from Afton High School, with the Class of 1944.

E.G. was drafted into the United States Army on his 18th birthday and served in the Philippines and Korea. Three days after returning to the states, he married Dorothy May on October 26, 1946. They lived in Tulsa for 30 years before moving north of Collinsville. Four generations of family have loved his humor and "can do" spirit: his loving wife, Dorothy (May) Birks of the home; a daughter, Susan Birks Brown and her husband, the late Matt O.

Brown, of Tulsa; grandchildren, Angie R. Smith and her husband, Dave Smith; and great-grandchildren, Collin Smith and Leah Smith, all of Edmond; a son, David George Birks, and his wife, Jamie Birks, and a grandson, Brandon T. Birks, all of Tulsa; and a son, Michael Elden Birks, of Norman. Close family members include his brother, Melvin Young Birks, and his wife, Nadine Birks of Afton; sisters, Juanita Birks Peterson of Tulsa, and Sylvia Lewis Johnson, and her husband, John Johnson of Houston, TX; and a beloved aunt, Esther Spurlock Parks of Tulsa. He was preceded in death by his mother and father, Virgie Evelyn Spurlock Birks and Ory William Birks.

After his Army service, E.G. operated the Wilcox Service Station at 15th and Boston. He finished his public career in sales, with Howard Chevrolet of Owasso, retiring at the age of 60. He was then able to devote 20 years to his passions: sharing his love and knowledge with his grandchildren and raising cattle and ranching. All four generations enjoyed "the farm" and shared many misadventures.

This was often a joint venture with many wonderful neighbors, especially the Shank family. E.G. and Dorothy traveled extensively, especially enjoying trips to China, Egypt, and Australia. E.G. was a committed Christian his entire life.

E.G. and Dorothy were in their seats every Sunday for the last ten years, participating in the television ministry of Boston Avenue United Methodist Church. He cherished his wife and built a beautiful partnership. He was a living example of what is right and good. In these actions, he leaves a wonderful legacy to his children and grandchildren.

Arrangements and service were entrusted to Mowery Funeral Service of Owasso, OK, (918) 272-6244. VIEW AND SIGN THE ONLINE GUEST BOOK: www.legacy.com/tulsaworld RICH Raymond "Ray" 78, passed away Monday, August 14, 2006, in Tulsa, OK. Born September 21, 1927, in Tuttle, OK, to William and Cynthia Rich. Retired Meadow Gold Dairy Truck Driver. Survived by his wife, Velma of the home; son, Bill Rich and wife, Belinda; daughters, Raylene Lakey and husband, Jerry, Linda Rich, Terri Aben and husband, Carl and Tammy Lowe and husband, Scott; 15 grandchildren; 11 grandchildren; 3 brothers; and 1 sister.

Service will be 12 p.m. Thursday, August 17, 2006, at Moore's Southlawn Chapel, with interment at Ethel Reece Cemetery in Barnsdall, OK. Moore's Southlawn Chapel, 663-2233. www.moorefuneral.com VIEW AND SIGN THE ONLINE GUEST BOOK: www.legacy.com/tulsaworld wife, Debra, and son, David, of San Diego, CA; his parents, Jane and Mike Lilburn of Bartlesville, OK; his sister and brother-in-law, Lindy and Kyung Lee, and nephew, Cayden, of Allen, TX; his spiritual brother, Quraysh Ali Lansana of Chicago, IL; his in-laws, Marilyn and Frank Stinson of Tulsa; his sister and brother-in-law, Bea and Craig Hoxie, and 2 nieces, Willow and Rowan of Tulsa; his brotherin-law, Robert Stinson of Cambridge, MA; and many dear friends and colleagues. He was preceded in death by his fraternal grandparents, Everett and Neva Lilburn; his 1 maternal grandparents, Wheeler and Deloris Rozzell; a maternal aunt, Carlie Ethel Dale; and his wife's grandfather, T.S.

"Hooley" Markham. Memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, August 18, 2006, at the Eastern Heights Baptist Church in Bartlesville, with Associate Pastor, Rev. Jim Smith officiating. A Memorial has been established and those who wish may send their contributions to the Michael Tod Lilburn Memorial Fund, University of Oklahoma College of Journalism, 395 West Lindsey, Norman, OK 73019-4201.

Under the direction of the Stumpff Funeral Home Crematory, (918) 333-4300. VIEW AND SIGN THE ONLINE GUEST BOOK: www.legacy.com/tulsaworld MARSHALL Gary, 58, died Tuesday, August 15, 2006. He was born September 21, 1947, in West Plains, MO, to Merle Ezra and Amanda (Jolliff) Marshall. Gary worked for ONG, in their customer service division. Gary was an avid outdoorsman and golfer.

Survived by his wife, Rose Ann; daughter, Melissa Ann Johnson, husband, Dave, Tulsa, OK; mother, Amanda Marshall, West Plains; brother, Randy Marshall, Tulsa; sister, Brenda Elay, husband, Gene, West Plains, Linda Russell Strosnider, husband, Brad, Mountain Home, MO. Also survived by nieces and nephews, Scott and Terry Elay, Jason Russell, all of West Plains, MO, Blake Marshall, Tulsa, Andrea Hipfner, Raleigh, NC, Kyle Hipfner, Bartlesville, OK; father-in-law, M.A. Mordecai Collinsiville, TX; sister-in-law, Jana Hewitt and husband, Larry of Tulsa. Preceded in death by father, mother-in-law, Dora Mordecai; brothers-in-law, Mickey Mordecai, Jim Russell; and sister, Tammy Marshall. The family will greet friends at Moore's Southlawn Chapel, 9350 E.

51st from 6-8 p.m. Thursday evening, August 17, 2006. Funeral service 11:30 a.m. Friday, August 18, 2006, Faith United Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers friends may contribute to the Faith United Methodist Church Building Fund, 7431 E.

91st Tulsa, OK 74133. Please visit our Website and sign the guestbook for Gary Marshall at www.moorefuneral.com. Moore's Southlawn Chapel, 663-2233. VIEW AND SIGN THE ONLINE GUEST BOOK: www.legacy.com/tulsaworld Ruby Vermell "Mell" Alldread ALLDREAD Ruby Vermell "Mell," died Tuesday, August 15, 2006. Mell died in her Bixby, OK, residence, as was her wish.

During the final days of her long bout with breast cancer, she was surrounded by her daughters, her sisters, and her beloved grandchildren. She was born October 8, 1930, i in Stigler, OK, to John Calvin and Minnie Forbes Willhite, one of seven children in the Willhite family. On June 20, 1957, she married Charles "Chuck" Alldread in Tulsa, and in January 1966 they relocated to Bixby from Tulsa. In 1967, she opened a beauty salon (appropriately named and later moved the salon to Bixby's downtown area, where it expanded to include a women's and children's clothing boutique, known as the "Strawberry Patch." She was a charter member of the Bixby Pilot Club. In 1968, Mell and Chuck built one of the first homes along Stadium Road in Bixby.

Following Chuck's death in December 2000, she remained in their Stadium Road home. Despite years of illness, she remained devoted to her many Bixby friends, the growing Bixby community, and the First United Methodist Church of Bixby. During those years following Chuck's death, First United Methodist Pastor, Jessica Moffatt-Seay, provided many special kindnesses and comforts to Mell and her family. She will always be remembered as an independent spirit, determined and courageous in her daily life. She had a sharp wit, an engaging laugh, and a beautiful, warm, smile.

She touched those around her with her natural charm and grace. Most of all, however, Mell will be cherished and remembered for the great love she gave to her family. She exalted in family above all things, and her siblings, children, grandchildren, great -grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and extended family could always count on her love no matter where, when, or what the circ*mstance. Surviving Mell are her 3 daughters, Elaine Grubbs and husband, Rick, of Broken Arrow, Deborah Kay Miller and husband, Randy, of Tulsa and Norma Kay Hendrix and husband, Danny, of Bixby; 6 grandchildren, Stephan Wangsgard, Branton Wangsgard, Whitney Miller, Jacob Miller, Charlsey Hendrix, and Garrett Hendrix; 6 great grandchildren; and 4 great-great-grandchildren. Of special note are Mell's 3 surviving sisters, Geneva Lorenz and late husband, Bob, Savannah Motley and husband, Larry and Winnie Lou Morgan and husband, George; as well as Mell's many nieces and nephews, with which she enjoyed special times.

She was preceded in death by her 3 brothers, Ted, Junior, and Pete Willhite. Service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, August 18, 2006, in the First United Methodist Church in Bixby, with interment following in the Bixby Cemetery with Rev. Jessica Moffatt-Seay officiating. Online tributes and condolences may be left for the family at www.leonardmarkerfunerals.com.

Leonard Marker, 366-8288. VIEW AND SIGN THE ONLINE GUEST BOOK: www.legacy.com/tulsaworld Herman C. Robbins Sr. ROBBINS Herman C. after 78 seasons, surrendered his soul on Thursday, August 10, 2006, in Tulsa.

Mr. Robbins was the retired Vice President of Tulsa Community College. He served as VicePresident of Business and Auxiliary Services at TCC. He also served the College as Associate Dean for Evening Programs and Summer School, Coordinator of Talkback Television, Chairman of Business Services Division, Mid-Management Coordinator and Business Instructor. Prior to joining TCC, Mr.

Robbins served 23 years with Hanna Lumber Company in Tulsa as a Salesman, Supervisor, Manager of Hanna's store and a member of their board of directors. Mr. Robbins was a native of Ft. Gibson and attended school in Wagoner, OK. He graduated from Langston I University and subsequently earned a Master's Degree from Oklahoma State University.

He also completed graduate work at the University of Tulsa. Mr. Robbins served as a Board member of several organizations, including The Salvation Army Home and Hospital, Hutcherson Branch of YMCA, Tulsa Urban League, Children's Medical Center, American Red Cross, Tulsa Chapter, National Conference of Christians and Jews and Doctor's Hospital. He was also a member of the First Baptist Church of North Tulsa. His professional affiliations included Higher Education Alumni Council of Oklahoma, Central Association of Colleges and Universities Business Officers, National Association of Colleges and Universities Business Officers, Phi Delta Kappa, Prince Hall Masonic Lodge and Rotary Club of Tulsa.

He was also a life member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. He leaves in God's care: his wife, Flossie; 7 children; 16 grandchildren; 9 great dren; and a caravan of other relatives and friends. The final tribute will be at 11 a.m. Friday, August 18, 2006, in the Sanctuary of First Baptist Church of North Tulsa. Rev.

Terry L. Buxton, The Presidiant and Rev. Anthony L. Scott, The Eulogist. The Christian committal will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery.

You may visit Mr. Robbins from 1 p.m.-7 p.m. Thursday, August 17, 2006, at the Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors 1414 N. Norfolk Ave.

Friends may convey condolences and sign the online register at www.biglowfunerals.com, (918) 592-2233. VIEW AND SIGN THE ONLINE GUEST BOOK: www.legacy.com/tulsaworld I Burial Parks Cremation-Lots MEMORIAL Park, Tulsa, 1 plot, ideal location across from chapel $1500 440-0150 MUST Sell, Memorial Park Space 7 8, Lot 45, $1800 for both. 918-695-4070 2 SPACES, Green Hill, Sapulpa, In ground vaults, $5000 for both. 638-0149. The Tulsa World publishes free death notices.

Funeral homes may submit notices from 4 to 10:30 p.m. by faxing information to 581-8353 or by calling 581-8347. For information about news obituaries, call 581-8325. organ, tissue donor DEATHS TULSA DEATH NOTICE POLICY Baugh, Daniel Edward, 17, fast-food cashier, died Saturday. Memorial service 11:30 a.m.

Friday, Tulsa Wesleyan Church. Nick Reynolds. Biddle, Wesley, 85, died Tuesday. Services pending. Christian-Gavlik, Broken Arrow.

Brixey, Ryan 33, janitorial worker, died Saturday. Service, p.m. Friday, Moore's Memory Home Chapel. Drummond, Eldridge 60, Tulsa Philharmonic bass trombone player and teacher, died Wednesday. Visitation 4-8 p.m.

Thursday, Mowery Funeral Home, Owasso, service 2 p.m. Friday, St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Harper, Vivian N. "Tuggie," 62, retired Best Electric Hardware clerk, died Aug.

10. Visitation 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Thursday, New Dyer Funeral Home, and service 10 a.m. Friday, Northside Christian Center. Jorgenson, Harriette, 91, secretary, died Tuesday.

Services pending. Nick Reynolds. Langley, Ray, 92, Baptist minister, died Wednesday. Services pending. Cremation Society of Oklahoma.

Marshall, Gary, 58, Oklahoma Natural Gas customer service employee, died Tuesday. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Moore's Southlawn Funeral Home, and service 11:30 a.m. Friday, Faith United Methodist Church. McKinheimer, Lucille, 78, homemaker, died Tuesday.

Visitation 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday and service 2 p.m. Saturday, both at New Dyer Funeral Home. Petty, Celester Williams, 92, homemaker, died Aug. 10 in Rochester, N.Y.

Visitation 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday, New Dyer Funeral Home, and service 11 a.m. Saturday, Greater Union Baptist Church. Pope, J.M., 79, retired painting contractor, died Monday. Wake 6:30 p.m.

Thursday and service 9 a.m. Friday, both at Moore's Memory Funeral Home. Richardson, Billy Joe, 75, retired Bennett Steel Erectors crane operator, died Wednesday. Services pending. Alderwoods-Heath.

Robbins, Herman Cornelius 78, retired Tulsa Junior College vice president, died Aug. 10. Service 11 a.m. Friday, First Baptist Church North Tulsa. Keith, D.

Biglow. Robison, Ronald Lee, 70, electronics repairman, died Tuesday. Graveside service 11 a.m. Friday, Osage Garden Cemetery, Skiatook. Peters-Stumpff, Skiatook.

Robledo, Jose, 68, pressman, died Tuesday. Visitation noon-4 p.m. Thursday, Nick Reynolds Funeral Service. No services planned. AdamsCrest Cremation.

Shelton, MaryAnn, 74, Kentucky Fried Chicken store manager, died Monday. Visitation 5-7 p.m. Thursday and service 12:30 p.m. Friday, both at Floral Haven Funeral Home, Broken Arrow. Smith, Robert 90, retired purchasing agent, died Tuesday.

Services pending. AdamsCrest Cremation. Streeval, Carlos Gerald, 63, Frito-Lay route sales representative, died Tuesday. Services pending. Ninde Woodland.

Ward, Naomi, 86, homemaker, formerly of Tulsa, died Aug. 6 in Dallas. Visitation 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Friday, Jack's Funeral Home, and service 11 a.m. Saturday, First Baptist Church North Tulsa.

Williams, Mary "Jody." 53, formerly of Tulsa, died Saturday in Omaha, Neb. Services pending. Gentleman, Omaha, Neb. Funeral home, church and cemetery locations are in the city under which the death notice is listed unless otherwise noted. Adair John Frank Jones, 51, trucking company consultant, died Tuesday.

Private family services. Chelsea Funeral Home, Chelsea. Bartlesville Robert Duncan "Bob" Hite, 84, retired Phillips Petroleum Co. geologist, died Wednesday. Service 3 p.m.

Saturday, Arnold Moore Funeral Home Chapel. Bristow Clementine Josephine VanOrsdol, 82, seamstress, died Tuesday. Services pending. Schumacher. Checotah Donald Radaich, 71, retired data processor, died Monday.

Private family services. Garrett-Smith. Chelsea James K. Tippin, 91, died Aug. 9.

Memorial service 1:30 p.m. Sunday, New Hope Church of God, Claremore. Rice, Claremore. Claremore Eugene A. "Gene" Stinson, 60, died Tuesday.

Visitation 6-8 p.m. Friday, Rice Funeral Home, and graveside service 1 p.m. Saturday, Memorial Park Cemetery, Heavener. Marie Thompson, 81, homemaker, died Wednesday. Services pending.

Moore's Eastlawn, Tulsa. Dustin David Pigeon, 53, sprinkler systems installer, died Tuesday. Wake 7 p.m. Friday and service 2 p.m Saturday, both at Faith Baptist Church. Schumacher, Okemah.

Fairland Zelma R. Friend, 82, homemaker, died Tuesday. Visitation 7-8 p.m. Thursday, Adco*ck Funeral Home, and service 2 p.m. Friday, Fairland Holiness Church.

Gentry, Ark. Eva V. Thompson, 80, homemaker, died Tuesday. Visitation p.m. Thursday, Wasson Funeral Home, Siloam Springs, and service 10 a.m.

Friday, Seventh-day Adventist Church, Springtown. Haskell Donald L. Roberson, 46, Oral Roberts University student services director, died Wednesday. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Dowdy Funeral Home, and service 10 a.m.

Friday, Assembly of God. Heavener Imogene Perdue, 77, died Tuesday. Service 10 a.m. Friday, Oakland Cemetery Pavilion, Poteau. Dowden.

Henryetta Opal Marie Cole, 57, died Tuesday. Services pending. Shurden. Hominy Dale Webb, 88. died Tuesday.

Services pending. Palmer-MarlerCarberry, Stillwater. Jay Bessie Davis. 80, homemaker, died Wednesday. Visitation 6-8 p.m.

Thursday, Davis residence, and service 2 p.m. Friday, Piney Baptist Church. Worley-Luginbuel, Grove. Jenks Ralph Webb 58, retired Tulsa Public Schools teacher, died Wednesday. Service 2 p.m.

Saturday, Rose Assembly of God, Sapulpa. Smith, Sapulpa. Kaw City Michael Noval, 52, commodities broker, died Wednesday in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Graveside service 10 a.m. Saturday, Grandview Cemetery.

Grace, Ponca City. Krebs Ben C. Mahan, 82, retired Public Service Company of Oklahoma foreman, died Wednesday. Service 10 a.m. Friday, Chaney-Harkins Funeral Home Chapel, McAlester.

Lehigh William Henry "Bill" Fleck 85, aircraft refueler, formerly, of Lehigh, died Sunday in San N.M. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Bishop Funeral Home, McAlester, and graveside service 10 a.m. Friday, Oak Hill Cemetery, McAlester. Locust Grove Ramona Jenkins, 63, caregiver, died Saturday.

Services pending. AdamsCrest Cremation, Tulsa. McAlester Lavoy Josphine Foster, 61, nurse's aide, died Monday. Service 10 a.m. Thursday, New Hope Free Will Baptist Church, Indianola.

BrumleyMills. Sampson Holden, 74, construction worker, died Wednesday. Service 2 p.m. Friday, Choctaw Nation Community Center. Chaney-Harkins.

Morris Doyle H. Dixon, 78, rancher and driller, died Wednesday. Service cu p.m. Saturday, Liberty Baptist Church, Liberty. McClendon-Winters.

George Edmond King, 53, truck driver, died Sunday. Service 4 p.m. Friday, Morris Community Center. McClendonWinters. Muskogee Freya Maria (Glatz) Cohea, 83, homemaker, died Tuesday.

Graveside service 10 a.m. Friday, Greenhill Cemetery. Foster-Petering. Helen Rudd Ezell, 73, teacher, formerly of Muskogee, died Aug. 5 in Springdale, Ark.

Service 11 a.m. Friday, Goodwill Church of God in Christ. Ragsdale. Sara Kendall Smart, 19, Advantage Controls employee, found dead Aug. 6.

Memorial service 3 p.m. Friday, Christian Chapel Church. Foster-Petering. Nowata Elizabeth Hamil, 93, homemaker, died Wednesday. Service 2 p.m.

Friday, Benjamin Funeral Home Chapel. Oaks Christopher Dee Starkey, 46, construction worker, died Monday. Graveside service 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oakwood Cemetery, Wewoka. StoutPhillips, Wewoka.

Okmulgee Klovia Leata Simmons, 94, homemaker, died Monday. Service 10 a.m. Friday, McClendon-Winters Funeral Home Chapel. Owasso Kelli Anne Golde, 47, homemaker, died Aug. 10.

Service 10 a.m. Friday, Floral Haven Funeral Home Chapel, Broken Arrow. Panama Teresa Lynn Davis, 38, homemaker, died Wednesday. Services pending. Mallory-Martin, Stigler.

Park Hill Evelyn "Jody" Coble, 68, seamstress, died Wednesday. Services pending. Green Country, Tahlequah. Ponca City Harry Hile Anderson, 93, Conoco engine repairman, died Monday. Service 10 a.m.

Thursday, First Christian Church. Grace. Wanda Fay Betow, 78. homemaker, died Monday. Service 10 Saturday, First Christian Church.

Trout. Donald Eugene Dunster, 71, geophysicist, died Tuesday. Services pending. Trout. Dorothy A.

Sutton, 85, died Wednesday. Services pending. Trout. Michelle "Shelley" Weems, 44, cheerleading coach, died Wednesday. Service 10 a.m.

Friday, First Baptist Church. Grace. Porum Stephen Douglas Hanscom, 59, retired, died Tuesday. Service 2 p.m. Friday, First Baptist Church.

Mallory-Martin, Stigler. Salina Elizabeth Clanton, 73, businesswoman, died Tuesday in Schulenburg, Texas. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Thursday and service 10 a.m. Friday, both at Stephens Funeral Home Chapel, Pryor.

Sapulpa Fred R. Packham, 76, Crow Brothers Toyota salesman, died Wednesday. Private family services. Ninde Woodland, Tulsa. Savanna Palmer "Sonny" Robinson, 64, veteran, died Tuesday.

Graveside service 10 a.m. Saturday, Savanna Cemetery. Brumley-Mills, McAlester. Stigler Buren Burl Williams 84, retired coal miner, died Wednesday. Service 10:30 a.m.

Friday, First Baptist Church. Mallory-Martin. Stroud Vernon D. Parsons, 80. oilfield worker, died Wednesday.

Service 10 a.m. Friday, Deer Creek Baptist Church. Parks Brothers. Tahlequah Carla Hamrick, 50, homemaker, died Aug. 2.

Service 10 a.m. Saturday, Shiloh Baptist Church. Bradley, Fort Gibson. Marie Haney, 88, homemaker, died Aug. 11.

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