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Saturday, October 2, 2010
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Gary Kelley's Add'Vantage Funeral Service
Green Hill Funeral Home
mile to do so. He was preceded in
death by his parents; 4 brothers; 4
sisters; son, Glenn Wagner; granddaughter, Heather Wagner. He is
survived by his wife of 66 years,
Emma Jean; sister, Laverne Lewis;
daughters, Jean Anne (Jim) Rea,
Marilyn (Steve) Newsom; sons, Ed
(Barbara) Wagner, Robert (Susan)
Wagner; 19 grandchildren; 30
great-grandchildren; 2 greatgreat-grandchildren; many nieces
and nephews; and his special dog,
Andy. Visitation will be held from 1-3 pm,
Saturday and Sunday at Add’Vantage Funeral Service. The Funeral Service will be
held at 10 am, Monday, October 4, 2010, at
Sheridan Christian Center, Tulsa, OK. Online condolences can be sent to the family
by visiting www.garykelleyfunerals.com
Kathy Jean Harrel
Kathy Jean Harrel was born
April 28, 1954, in Union Town,
Pennsylvania to H.S. Patterson
and Jeanne Caldwell-Patterson.
Kathy grew up on Long Island,
New York. She moved to Oklahoma in 1967, when her father
was transferred to work for City
Service Oil Company. She graduated from Broken Arrow High
School with the Class of 1970. She
attended college for four years
and on March 1, 1988; she graduated from the Tulsa Police Academy and
began her career as CSO for the Tulsa Police Department. She spent the next 22½
years as a Police officer. 1988 was also the
year she moved to Sapulpa where she
lived life to the fullest. She loved her cats
Cremation Society of Oklahoma
and was a muscle car enthusiast.
Kathy is survived by her loving daughter, Vanessa McFadden of Broken Arrow; her grandson, Jake Huddleston; a nephew,
Jason Patterson and a brother,
Service will be held 2:00 PM,
Monday, October 4, 2010, at The
Downtown Church of Christ in
Bixby with Entombment to follow at Green Hill Memorial Mausoleum in Sapulpa. Visitation will
be held throughout the weekend at the funeral home. Donations are requested for
the SPCA. The family has chosen to entrust
the care of the service to the directors at
Green Hill Funeral Home. 918 224 2312.
Paul Kanady
Paul Kanady was born July
sister Renee Mason and nephew
3, 1964, in Leavenworth, KS
Zack Mason of Ricelake, WI, his
to Malcolm Kanady and Jean
grandmother Connie Kanady of
Largen, spent his childhood
Centreville, VA, along with many
in Iowa Falls, IA. He has lived
other aunts, uncles, and cousthe last 26 years in Tulsa, OK.
ins, all who loved him dearly.
Paul was an excellent counThe family wishes to rememtry/western and ballroom dancer
ber Paul’s life, his way, by havand talented blacksmith. He was
ing a “Celebration of Life” dance
well loved by his friends and famon Monday, October 4, 2010, at
ily. He passed away September
the Moose Lodge located on 7th
27, 2010, in a work related inand Garnett in Tulsa, OK at 6PM.
dustrial accident in Tulsa, OK.
In lieu of flowers, friends
Survivors include his mother Jean, and and family may make contributions to
stepfather, Bob of Dunnellon, FL, his fa- the Humane Society, c/o Kanady Famther Malcolm Kanady of Nowata, OK, his ily, 10751 E. Fawn Lane, Talala, OK 74080.
Christian-Gavlik Funeral Home
Lolala McColloch
Walk set today in Jenks
to fight child trafficking
Lolala McColloch, born
in Welch, Oklahoma, December 27, 1911, passed to
her eternal home in glory
on September 30, 2010 at
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
2 sons and their wives, 7
grandchildren, 12 greatgrandchildren, other extended family and friends
survive Lolala. Services
will be at Florence Street
Baptist Church, 200 W
Florence, Broken Arrow
at 10:00 AM, October 4,
2010, with interment to
follow at Fairview Cemetery in Vinita, Oklahoma.
Arrangements entrusted
to Christian~Gavlik Funeral Home (251-6464).
Memorial gifts may be
made to The Gideon’s International (gideons.org).
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Singer Krista Branch, whose
single “I Am America” has received more than 700,000 hits
on YouTube, will sing Saturday
at the Stop Child Trafficking
Now Walk in Jenks.
Tulsan Jason Weis, the
national walk director who also
is coordinating the local event,
said the purpose of the rally
is to raise awareness about
child sexual exploitation and to
educate people that it happens
everywhere, including in the
United States.
“We want to get people
involved in the fight,” he said.
The rally is set for 9 to 11 a.m.
at the RiverWalk Crossing. Registration and check-in begins at
7:30 a.m.
The walk is one of three
dozen nationwide sponsored by
the Stop Child Trafficking Now
Other performers will be the
Lonelys, Daniel Mow and his
Symphony of Guitars, Urban
Sent, Bethany Burton and
Value, a stomp dance team.
Speakers will be state Rep.
Pam Peterson, R-Tulsa, Jenks
Police Chief Don Selle and the
Rev. Paul Daugherty of Victory
Christian Center.
Pets and strollers are permitted in the untimed walk, which
will cross the Jenks bridge and
then return to the RiverWalk
— BILL SHERMAN, World religion writer
Free health screenings
to be offered at the fair
The AARP/Walgreens
Wellness Tour will be at the
Tulsa State Fair at Expo Square
from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. through
Funeral homes may submit free death notices by Internet, e-mail ([email protected]) or fax
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Murle Glenn Wagner
Murle Glenn Wagner 84, of
Tulsa, OK went to be with the
Lord on Thursday, September 30,
2010. Murle was born in West
Chicago, IL on January 19, 1926 to
Ed and Clara Wagner. He moved
to Tulsa in 1936. After graduating
from Central High School in 1944,
Murle proudly entered the Army
Air Force during WWII and as a
tail gunner on the B17 Bomber, he
completed 19 missions. In July
1944, he married his high school
sweetheart, Jean Bartley. He retired from
the US Postal Service after 36 years as a Letter Carrier. An avid bicycle rider, he completed several Free Wheel rides. Murle was
a devoted worker in his church and loved
hymns and gospel music. He was always
willing to help anyone and go the extra
Death notice policy
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health screenings: bone density, cholesterol, glucose, blood
pressure, waist circumference
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The free screenings are
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memberships will be given to
all adults who receive screenings.
Also, all eligible uninsured
people who visit the tour bus
will receive a voucher for a flu
shot that can be redeemed at
a Walgreens pharmacy or Take
Care clinic.
Oklahoma National Guard
sets Sunday blood drive
VINITA — The Oklahoma
National Guard will host a
blood drive Sunday in Vinita.
Soldiers from Fort Leonard
Wood, Mo., will collect blood
donations from 10 a.m. to 4
p.m. at the armory, 815 N.
Wilson St.
Donated blood will directly
support missions of forward
combat hospitals in Iraq, Afghanistan and Germany.
Lt. Col. Dale Deehr said,
“When you donate blood to the
Armed Services Blood Program,
you’re saving the lives of service members.”
Donors must weigh at least
110 pounds, be at least 17 years
old and bring identification plus
a list of medications they’re
taking and of foreign countries
to which they have traveled.
World correspondent
Browne, Lillie Jane, 97, homemaker, died Friday in Eufaula.
Services pending. Moore’s
Carr, John, 71, painting contractor, died Friday. Service 10
a.m. Monday, Floral Haven
Funeral Home Chapel, Broken
Edmonds, Albert “Glenn,” 82,
American Airlines inspector,
died Tuesday. Services pending. Fitzgerald Ivy.
Gillham, Imogene “Jeannie”
(Thornton), 90, retired St.
John Medical Center neonatal
nurse, died Wednesday.
Service 10 a.m. Tuesday,
Butler-Stumpff Funeral Home
Hughes, Jerry L., 62, Advantage
Refinishing Systems owner,
died Friday. Services pending.
Moore’s Southlawn.
Janitz, Alice A., 83, homemaker, died Thursday. Services
pending. Reynolds Rose Hill.
Odom, Eunice Collins, 95,
homemaker, died Thursday.
Visitation 4-6 p.m. Sunday,
Moore’s Eastlawn Funeral
Home, and service 10 a.m.
Monday, First Church of the
Roessler, Bill, 61, retired hotel
and restaurant administrator,
died Thursday. Services pending. Ninde Brookside.
Sullivan, Lois E., 101, administrative assistant, died Sept.
28. Graveside service 1:30
p.m. Tuesday, Memorial Park
Cemetery. Fitzgerald Ivy.
Wagner, Murle Glenn, 84,
postal carrier and Air Force
veteran, died Thursday. Visitations 1-3 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday, Add’Vantage Funeral
Home, and service 10 a.m.
Monday, Sheridan Christian
Wilkerson, Mary Louise, 92,
homemaker, died Friday.
Services pending. Ninde
Funeral home, church and
cemetery locations are in the city
under which the death notice is
listed unless otherwise noted.
Bartlesville — Bert Eugene
Beeghly, 86, died Thursday.
Services pending. Stumpff.
— Jack Norman Finch, 87,
retired Phillips Petroleum Co.
research chemist, died Thursday. Service 11 a.m. Monday,
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.
— L.E. “Scotty” Scott, 93, real
estate agent and appraiser,
died Sept. 17. Memorial
service 10 a.m. Thursday, First
United Methodist Church.
(Tulsans unless indicated)
Peggy V. Helmerich
Women’s Health Center
Herolyn Aizawa and Leroy
Barnabas, girl.
Neosha Allen and Javier Perez,
Hope Giudici and Craig Jones,
Bethany Merritt, girl.
Callie Price and Nicho Fernandez, boy.
Brittany Wallen and Destin
Rodriguez, boy.
St. Francis Hospital
Lashana Cobb and Ty Hanson,
Amanda and Christian Cole,
Broken Arrow, boy.
Elizabeth and Larry Franklin,
twin boys.
Elizabeth and Chad Hughes,
Kelsey and Kyle Mackin, girl.
Elicia Reed and Marquis
Woods, girl.
Amber and Jason Swarer,
Locust Grove, boy.
St. Francis Hospital South
Stephanie and Joe Callahan,
St. John Medical Center
Jennifer and Douglas Adrian,
Sara and Nate Claytor, boy.
Katherine and Chad Gill, boy.
Cathryn and Kevin Johnston,
Cindy and Jose Ramirez, boy.
— Fae McWhirt, 95, homemaker, died Thursday in Dewey.
Graveside service 1 p.m.
Tuesday, Robbins Cemetery,
Coffeyville, Kan. WalkerBrown.
Broken Arrow — Michael Lee
Calvin Cummisky, 24, wrecker
driver, died Wednesday. Visitation 4-9 p.m. Sunday, Floral
Haven Funeral Home, and service 10 a.m. Monday, Bethany
Free Will Baptist Church.
— Carlton E. Horner Sr., 82,
retired United Auto Workers
representative coordinator,
died Wednesday. Services
pending. Floral Haven.
—Lolala McColloch, 98,
homemaker, died Thursday.
Service 10 a.m. Monday, Florence Street Baptist Church.
— Ed Kyle Points, 53, retired
American Airlines crew chief,
died Wednesday. Services
pending. Floral Haven.
Coffeyville, Kan. — James L.
McGehee, 95, retired Funk
Manufacturing Co. tooling engineer and former
Magic Circle co-owner, died
Wednesday. Visitation 6-8
p.m. Monday and service 11
a.m. Tuesday, both at PenwellGabel Ford-Wulf-Bruns
Funeral Home.
Colcord — Michael Sanders,
54, retired police chief, died
Friday. Services pending.
Worley-Luginbuel, Jay.
Coweta — Chris Wilson, 44,
Army veteran, died Sept. 25.
Memorial service was held
Monday. Heartland Cremation, Raytown, Mo.
Cushing — Thelma Nadine Goforth Bernard, 71, homemaker,
died Friday. Services pending.
Green Hill, Sapulpa.
— Kathleen Flora “Katy” Harrison, 83, homemaker, died
Thursday. Service 2 p.m.
Monday, Council Valley Baptist Church. Davis.
Eucha — Paul Buzzard, 85,
died Friday in Grove. Services
pending. Worley-Luginbuel,
Grove — Carl Garner, 74,
retired machinist, died
Wednesday. Visitation 5-7
p.m. Sunday and service 11
a.m. Monday, both at Worley
Luginbuel Funeral Home.
— George Jones, 88, died Friday in Tulsa. Services pending.
Heavener — Joseph Dwayne
Waddles, 27, died Friday.
Visitation 6-8 p.m. Sunday,
Dowden Funeral Home, and
graveside service 2 p.m. Monday, Howe Cemetery, Howe.
Inola — Margret Martha
(Rhoades) Page, 83, retired
housekeeper and baker, died
Thursday. Visitation 9 a.m.noon Monday and service 1
p.m. Monday, both at Inola
Funeral Home.
(Tulsans unless indicated)
Jodi Bell, 22; Joel Hornsby, 23,
both of Broken Arrow.
Elizabeth Cramton, 39; Gregory
Neas, 32.
Sarah Cunningham, 23; Andrew
Ruleford, 33, both of Bixby.
Jeannie Deckard, 31; Joseph
Wagner III, 30.
Erin Dunlap, 26; Todd Koscheski, 27, both of Sand Springs.
Jacqueline Flores, 27; Michael
Randles Jr., 28.
Nikisha Harris, 32; Dolphus
Perkins, 31.
Carrie Hersh, 26; Christopher Rollmann, 28, both of
Tonya Hicks, 37; Leslie Nanney,
Kristi Highland, 24; Christopher
Edwards, 26, both of Denton,
Ashley Johnson, 26; Patrick
Palmer, 26.
Ella Kasraie, 24; Jeffrey Rooney,
26, both of Bixby.
Melissa Martinez, 24; Christopher Redfearn, 23, of
Brittany Mashburn, 28; Justin
Carey, 30, both of Broken
Shaina McCall, 20, of Claremore; Dylan Arnold, 22.
Jacqueline Melendez, 31; William Cox, 31.
Leah Octavio, 25, of Cambridge,
Mass.; Collin Martin, 27,
North Wales, Pa.
Gabriela Paredes, 18; Gerardo
Obregon Garcia, 24.
Muskogee — Willard L. “Pete”
Stratford, 62, self-employed,
died Thursday in Tulsa. Services pending. Ragsdale.
Nowata — Alfred Stillions, 70,
died Friday. Services pending.
Owasso — Vern L. Chapman,
57, American Airlines welder
and mechanic, died Thursday.
Services pending. ChapmanBlack, Cleveland, Okla.
Pawnee — Urna Mildred Wilson
Privett, 90, homemaker, died
Thursday. Services pending.
Pryor — Dale Dollison, 63, retired carpenter, died Friday in
Tulsa. Visitation 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Stephens Funeral Home,
and service 2 p.m. Monday,
First Church of God.
Sand Springs — Jessie E.
Lawson, 95, retired licensed
practical nurse, died Wednesday. Service 1 p.m. Monday,
Delaware Missionary Baptist
Church. Mobley-Dodson.
— Sylvia Ruth Lynn, 71, homemaker, died Thursday. Service
10 a.m. Monday, Mobley-Dodson Funeral Home Chapel.
Sapulpa — Kathy Jean (Patterson) Harrel, 56, Tulsa
police officer, died Wednesday. Service 2 p.m. Monday,
Downtown Church of Christ,
Bixby. Green Hill.
— Walter R. Smith, 82, retired
letter carrier and Air Force
veteran, died Friday in Tulsa.
Service 2 p.m. Tuesday, Smith
Funeral Home Chapel.
— Arthur Odell Woods, 89,
Frisco Railroad employee,
died Friday. Services pending.
Jack’s, Tulsa.
Spiro — Violet Bell (Mangus)
Sutton, 73, homemaker, died
Friday. No services planned.
Evans & Miller, Poteau.
Stigler — Bill E. Jackson, 82,
machinist, died Friday. Graveside service 1 p.m. Monday,
Mountain Home Cemetery,
Quinton. King & Shearwood.
Tahlequah — Loyd Duanne
Bascom, 72, retired, died
Wednesday. Services pending.
— Veronica Ann Howerton
Vance, 46, home health-care
worker, died Sept. 25. Memorial service 1 p.m. Saturday,
Vance residence. Hart.
— Thomas Gene Walkabout,
77, died Sept. 27. Graveside
service 2 p.m. Monday, Fort
Gibson National Cemetery,
Fort Gibson. Reed-Culver.
Vinita — Jack Lee Johnston, 51,
cable contractor, died Thursday. Memorial service 2 p.m.
Saturday, First Assembly of
God, Chelsea. Luginbuel.
Wann — Roy Lee Bodkins, 83,
died Thursday. Services pending. Stumpff, Bartlesville.
Welling — William Crane, 64,
died Friday. Services pending.
Reed-Culver, Tahlequah.
Whitney Petty, 31; James Mason, 39, of Alexandria, Va.
Ashley Stone, 23; Luke Emert,
24, both of Springdale, Ark.
Andrea Tryowski, 23, of Broken
Arrow; Lucas Lingelbach, 23.
Monique Watkins, 38; Philip
Armstrong, 39.
Calvert, Lisa v. Alton.
Cox, Kelli v. Christopher.
Embree, Christopher v. Angela.
French, Angela v. Richard.
Gaither, Mary v. Daniel.
Huettner, Thomas v. Amie
Hyde, Susan v. Richard.
Jackson, Lonnie v. Beverly.
Long, Daniela v. Ryan.
Martinez, Serafin v. Wendy.
Maschino, Jenny v. Austin.
Moore, Scott v. Jennifer.
Scherer, John v. Shonda Reyes.
Taylor, Kimberly v. Beau.
Wells, Randolph Jr. v. Catherine.
Young, Douglas v. Carolyn.
Blimm, Douglas from Amanda.
Blissit, Lynne from Richard.
Breech, Mary from Jim.
Collins, Holly from John Stuart.
Dunn, Darlene from Travis.
Garrett, Stephen from Deborah.
Harrell, Ross from Sarah.
Honeycutt, Frances from
Kablaoui, Amber from Haitham.
Roberts, Krista from Adam