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Hayhurst Funeral Home
Kathrine Lynn Doshier
Funeral service for Kathrine
Lynn Doshier has been scheduled for 10:00 AM, Wednesday,
April 23, 2014, at the Hayhurst
Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will
follow at Park Grove Cemetery
in Broken Arrow. Kathrine Lynn
Doshier was born August 9, 1956
in Wichita, Kansas, the daughter
of H.O. and Christina (Brown)
Livingston. She died in Broken
Arrow on Saturday, April 19, 2014.
Kathy attended Southeast High
in Wichita, KS. Moving to Broken Arrow in
1993 from Wichita. The owner of Cathy’s
Critter Cuts in Tulsa, Kathy loved her
work and caring for animals. The family
requests memorials to the American Lung
Floral Haven
Association, 11212 North May Avenue, Suite 405, Oklahoma City,
OK 73120 or Tulsa SPCA, 2910
Mohawk Blvd., Tulsa, OK. 74110.
Survived by daughters, Tonya and
husband, Patrick Myers and Nicky
and husband, Arlo Turner; grandchildren, Devin, Dylan, Erica,
Katie, Nate and Jacob; father, H.O.
Livingston; sister, Crystal and
husband, Deano Klein; brothers,
Ray and wife, Judy Livingston
and Danny Livingston; half-sister, Brenda Downing. She was preceded in
death by her mother, Christina and a brother, Michael. Leave a memory to the family
by visiting www.hayhursth.com and clicking online tributes. Hayhurst 918-258-9623.
Harold D. Lee
Born to Roy and Bessie Lee Noand volunteered on the water utilvember 18, 1924 in Drummond,
ity board of directors and North
Oklahoma, died April 18, 2014 in
Texas Medical Center board. SurOwasso, Oklahoma, after lengthy
vived by wife of 68 years, Joyce;
battle with Parkinson’s disease.
son, Steve and wife, Kristi of
Graduated from Enid High School
Owasso; son, Tom and wife, Terein 1942, served 4 years in U.S. Army.
sa of Tulsa; and son, Jerry of McKGraduated from Oklahoma A&M
inney, Texas; 7 grandchildren; and
in 1949 with Bachelor’s Degree in
6 great-grandchildren. His was a
Chemical Engineering. Married
life well lived, we miss you Dad!
Joyce Inks in 1945. Retired from
Funeral Service will be held
Ethyl Corp., 1987 after 34 years
10:00 AM, Tuesday, April 22, 2014,
of service. While living in Tulsa
at First United Methodist Church
he was active in Boy Scouts and was mem- of Owasso. In lieu of flowers, donations
ber of the Young Tulsans community band may be made to the National Parkinson’s
board of directors. He enjoyed retirement Foundation,
life at Lake Kiowa, Texas, where he was active with golf, square dance, world travel,
Freeman Harris
D. Dan "Danny" McAdams
D. Dan “Danny” McAdams entered Heaven on Easter morning,
April 20, 2014 and met his Savior face to face. Born February
15, 1952 in Tulsa, son of Don and
Eva McAdams. A loyal member
of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity.
Graduated from the University of
Oklahoma in 1974 with a degree
in finance. While at OU, Danny
married his Edison High School
sweetheart, Susan Taylor in May
of 1973. After graduation from OU,
Dan attended TU Law School and received
his MBA from The University of Tulsa. Before retirement, Dan worked for 30 years in
the banking and financial services industry. He was Vice President of a Wall Street
brokerage firm, manager of the treasury division for a regional money center, as well
as Senior Vice President of Arvest Asset
Management. He loved helping all of his
customers and cared deeply for many of his
Arvest family. Last May, Dan celebrated 40
years of marriage with the love of his life,
Susan. Together they raised two boys. As
a father, Dan always supported and encouraged every endeavor from childhood
throughout their adult lives. Most recently
Karen L. Leath
Formerly of Claremore, OK, was born on
March 12, 1954 in Denton,
Texas and departed this
life on April 15, 2014 at
the age of 60. Karen was
a retired accountant for
Universal Field Services
in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She
had worked there for over
twenty years. She was of
the Baptist faith and had
attended the First Baptist Church in Kimberling
City after recently relocating to Missouri. She
was preceded in death
by her parents. Survivors
include her husband, Delbert Leath; three sons,
David Farris of Houston,
Texas, Charles Leath of
and Nicholas Leath of
Vinita, Oklahoma; three
daughters, Jamie Whitehead of Houston, Texas,
Lea Ann and Mary Ann
Leath, both of the home;
two brothers, Mark Allen
of Tulsa, Oklahoma and
Dan Allen of Austin, Texas;
three grandchildren and a
host of other family and
friends. A Celebration of
Life will be held at 11:00
a.m., Tuesday, April 22,
2014, at the New Life Baptist Church, 24525 S. 4140
Rd., Claremore, OK 74019.
Moore's Eastlawn
Dan enjoyed retirement with his
three grandchildren whom he
loved so dearly, as well as co-owning Rocky Mountain Chocolate
Factory with his son, Ryan. As
a devoted son, husband, father,
uncle and grandfather, Dan will
always be remembered for helping
others, his intelligence, and showing his love through actions while
committed to God and his family.
Dan was preceded in death by his
sister, Gwen. Dan is survived by
his wife, Susan (Taylor) McAdams; parents,
Don and Eva McAdams of Tulsa; two sons,
Ryan and Peter McAdams and his wife, Tiffany and their children, Harper, Adeline
and Palmer, all of Tulsa; nephew, Charles
Ward of Alaska; niece, Elizabeth Carroll
of Tulsa; multiple cousins and nieces and
nephews. A memorial service is scheduled
11 AM, Wednesday, April 23, 2014, at Kirk
of the Hills Presbyterian Church. Family
suggests contributions in Dan’s memory be
made to “Kirk of the Hills” for Kirk Crossing Building Fund. Freeman Harris (918)
749-3333. Condolences may be left online at
Leslie Diane Haas
Born November 28, 1953
in Tulsa, OK and went
with the angels, April 19,
2014. Diane was preceded
in death by grandparents,
Harold and Leola Barnett and father, Clayton
Haas. Survived by mother, Patricia Haas; brother,
David; nephew, Christopher; niece, Mandy
Goode and her husband,
Jonathan; great-nephew,
Jackson. Graveside service 2:30 PM, Wednesday,
April 23, 2014 at Memorial Park Cemetery in
Tulsa, OK. In lieu of flowers contributions may
be made to any charity
or animal rescue of your
choice. Moore Eastlawn
Floral Haven
Mary Ella Hickerson
86, passed away April
18, 2014. Mary was preceded in death by her
parents, Walter (Bill) and
Lexine Cofer George; husband, James V. Hickerson
and brother, John George.
She is survived by her
sisters, Patsy Duvall and
Margaret (Wayne) Bolin;
brother, Kenneth (Carol)
George; and many nieces
and nephews. A memorial service will be held
at Tuesday, April 22, 2014,
at Floral Haven Funeral
Home Chapel and visitation with family will be
from 2pm until 3pm.
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Allen, Helen Marie, 91, retired Patterson Realty agent, died Saturday. Visitation 4-7 p.m. Thursday,
Ninde Brookside Funeral Home,
and memorial service 11 a.m.
Friday, University Village Retirement Center Stovall Theater.
Boyd, Jon Taylor, 41, died Wednesday in Oologah. Services were
held Monday. Green Hill,
Cacy, Aladene M., 88, bookkeeper,
died Monday in Owasso. Services
pending. Moore’s Eastlawn.
Carter, Charlesetta, 77, fencing
and dry cleaning company owner,
died Thursday. Service 11 a.m. Friday, St. Andrew Baptist Church.
Cochran, Stacy Ray, 50, KimberlyClark employee, died Sunday.
Services pending. Leonard &
Marker, Bixby.
Cohen, Dale 75, died Sunday.
Services pending. Mark GriithWestwood.
Dirion, Walter E. Jr., 80, former
Tulsa County District Court
Juvenile Bureau superintendent,
died April 10. Visitation 10 a.m.-7
p.m. Tuesday and service 1 p.m.
Wednesday, both at Moore’s
Southlawn Funeral Home.
Ferguson, Elizabeth, 66, homemaker, died Monday. Services
pending. Moore’s Memory.
Flynn, Patsy J., 73, administrative
assistant, died Saturday. Services
pending. Floral Haven, Broken
Haas, Leslie Diane, 60, Goodwill Industries employee, died
Saturday. Graveside service 2:30
p.m. Wednesday, Memorial Park
Cemetery. Moore’s Eastlawn.
Harris, John Charles, 67, sales
worker, died Saturday. Services
pending. Reynolds.
Hendrickson, David L., 65, certiied
public accountant, died Saturday.
Services pending. Floral Haven,
Broken Arrow.
Horn, Geraldine Frances “Jerry,” 91,
loral designer, died Friday. Visitation 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Moore’s
Southlawn Funeral Home, and
service 1 p.m. Wednesday,
Parkview Baptist Church.
Jannusik, Carola, 51, homemaker,
died Monday. Services pending.
Moore’s Memory.
Johnson, Addie Mae, 75, teacher,
died Saturday. Services pending.
Crown Hill.
King, Mary Leona Plieseis, 61,
landscape consultant, died Friday.
Private family services. Reynolds.
Manning, Patricia Sloan, 88, Oil &
Gas Management vice president,
died Sunday. Funeral Mass 10
a.m. Thursday, St. Mary Catholic
Church. Fitzgerald Ivy.
McAdams, D. Dan, 62, retired inancial planner, died Sunday. Memorial service 11 a.m. Wednesday, Kirk of the Hills Presbyterian.
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McAfee, Doyle, 87, Santa Fe
Railway switchman foreman,
died Saturday. Service 10:30
a.m. Friday, Ford Funeral
Service Chapel, Midwest City,
and graveside service 1:30
p.m. Friday, Hillside Cemetery,
Purcell. Schaudt-Teel.
McCurley, Truman Lee, 73, former Tulsa Cash Register owner,
died Friday. Visitation 6-8 p.m.
Tuesday, Mark Griith-Westwood Funeral Home; rosary 7
p.m. Wednesday and funeral
Mass 10 a.m. Thursday, both at
St. Catherine Catholic Church.
Sanders, Dale, 58, died Sunday.
Private family services. Mark
Skidgel, Harold Douglas, 90,
machinist, died Sunday. Services pending. Add’Vantage.
Smallwood, Penelope Evelyn, 69,
died Sunday. Services pending.
Stacey, Carrie Ann, 42, domestic
housekeeper, died Sunday. Memorial service 11 a.m. Thursday,
World Outreach Church.
Stokes, Joyce (McDaniel)
(Rodman), 67, retired legal
secretary, died Saturday. Services pending. Christian-Gavlik,
Broken Arrow.
Terrill, Kenneth, 60, landscaper,
died April 14. Memorial service
11 a.m. Saturday, Yale Avenue
Presbyterian Church. Moore’s
Upton, Wanda Maxine, 93,
school superintendent’s secretary, died Sunday. Services
pending. Rose Hill.
Weldon, Ann, 74, retired
insurance data analyst, died
Friday. Service 11 a.m. Tuesday,
Chapman-Black Funeral Home
Chapel, Cleveland, Okla.
Wells, Wendy Dawn, 42, retail
clerk, died March 20. Services
pending. Cremation Society.
Funeral home, church and
cemetery locations are in the city
under which the death notice is
listed unless otherwise noted.
Bartlesville — Mary Burgess, 77,
homemaker, died Friday. Service 1:30 p.m. Friday, Greater
First Baptist Church. KennedyMidtown, Tulsa.
— Robert R. “Bob” Ladd, age
unavailable, former Bartlesville
ire chief, died Sunday. Services
pending. Stumpf.
— Maurice D. Ruble Jr., 63, hairstylist, died Saturday. Private
family services. Add’Vantage,
Beggs — Kode Lane Stuart,
40, electrician, died Friday.
Visitation 6-8 p.m. Tuesday,
McClendon-Winters Funeral Home; service 10 a.m.
Wednesday, Crossroads Baptist
Church; and graveside service
2 p.m. Wednesday, Woodlawn
Cemetery, Claremore.
Bristow — Norma Penn, 88,
homemaker, died Saturday.
Graveside service 2 p.m. Tuesday, Bristow City Cemetery.
Broken Arrow — Katherine
Doshier, 57, Cathy’s Critter Cuts
owner, died Saturday. Visitation
6-8 p.m. Tuesday and service
10 a.m. Wednesday, both at
Hayhurst Funeral Home.
— Joshua Ray Duke, 22, food
service worker, died Saturday in
Tulsa. Visitation 3-6 p.m. Tuesday, Kennedy-Kennard Funeral
Home. Private family services.
— Jason C. Dunn, 35, died
Sunday. Services pending.
— Raymond Elliott, 47, retail
inventory specialist, died Monday. Service 3 p.m. Friday, Floral
Haven Funeral Home Chapel.
— Floyd G. “Jack” Jackson, 73,
mobile home maintenance
worker, died April 12. Visitation
6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Hayhurst
Funeral Home, and service 11
a.m. Thursday, First Church of
the Nazarene.
— Mark W. Metzger, 64, civil
engineer, died Saturday. Memorial service 3 p.m. Saturday,
Floral Haven Family Center.
Floral Haven.
— Paul E. Steeley, 26, food
service worker, died Sunday.
Services pending. Moore’s
Southlawn, Tulsa.
— Kathleen Ann Tilley, 44, died
Sunday. Services pending.
Mark Griith-Riverside, Sand
— Darrell Mark Weathers, 58,
quality-control inspector, died
Saturday. Services pending.
Serenity, Tulsa.
Cleveland — Anna Jeferson, 79,
retired Jeferson Trash Services
Inc. owner, died Monday. Services pending. Chapman-Black.
Cofeyville, Kan. — Janice
Louise Lay, 72, died Sunday.
Visitation 6-7 p.m. Thursday,
Ford-Wulf-Bruns Funeral
Home, and celebration of life 1
p.m. Friday, Grace Fellowship
— LaTesha Rachelle “Tesh”
McDaniel, 39, died Saturday.
Visitation 6-8 p.m. Thursday,
Ford-Wulf-Bruns Funeral
Home, and service 11 a.m.
Friday, Sardis Baptist Church.
Collinsville — Brent William
Kepler, 45, died Saturday.
Services pending. Mowery,
Delaware — Edith Idonia Foster,
96, homemaker, died Saturday.
Visitation 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Benjamin Funeral Service,
Nowata, and service 2 p.m.
Thursday, Living Word Family
Church, Nowata.
Eufaula — Suzanne Bartlett,
84, homemaker, died Friday.
No services planned. HeathGriith, Tulsa.
Fort Smith, Ark. — Isabella
Grace Davidson, infant daughter of Alexandria Moore and
Cameron Davidson, died April
10. Private family services.
Mallory-Martin, Spiro.
Glenpool — Harriet Jean Thoen,
88, homemaker, died Saturday
in Tulsa. Service 10 a.m. Friday,
Gospel Light Baptist Church,
Minneapolis. Schaudt’s.
Henryetta — Hope Elaine
(Blood) Smith, 48, homemaker,
died Sunday. Services pending.
Jay — Wanda “Sis” West, 87,
retired from Simmons Custom
Processing, died Saturday.
Graveside service 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Mose Ridge Cemetery, Topsy. Worley-Luginbuel.
Jenks — William C. “Bill” Johnson, 89, retired Public Service
Company of Oklahoma engineer, died Saturday. Service
10 a.m. Friday, Beaver Street
Baptist Church, and graveside service 1:30 p.m. Friday,
Hillcrest Cemetery, Weleetka.
Heath-Griith, Tulsa.
Locust Grove — Kay Trupp, 53,
died Wednesday. Private family services. Cremation Society,
Maysville, Ark. — Billie Eleanor
Wilber, 91, died Sunday in
Gravette. Visitation 5-7 p.m.
Tuesday, Bella Vista Funeral
Home, Bella Vista, and service
10 a.m. Wednesday, Missionary Baptist Church.
McAlester — Leonard Doyle,
87, propane salesman, died
Sunday in Tulsa. Service 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Brumley-Mills
Funeral Home Chapel.
Morris — Robert G. Dangott, 88,
pharmaceutical representative, died Saturday in Tulsa.
Visitation 2-8 p.m. Wednesday, McClendon-Winters
Funeral Home, Okmulgee, and
service 1:30 p.m. Thursday,
First United Methodist Church,
— Onema Greenlee, 77, died
Friday. Service 1 p.m. Tuesday,
First Baptist Church. Jackson,
Darrell Gene Tuttle
Darrell Gene Tuttle, 75, passed
away in Tulsa on April 18, 2014.
Born on November 6, 1938 in Peggs,
Oklahoma to the late Dewey and
Martha (Hudson) Tuttle. Darrell
and Sue were married for 38 years
until her death. Later he married
Vicki and they have been married
for 12 years. Darrell graduated
from Tahlequah High School in
1959. He was an auto technician
for Bradley and Regency Oldsmobile for 22 years and later the
owner of Darrell’s Wholesale Auto. He was
involved in auto racing for many years and
won many championships around the states
and was known for his expertise as a master
mechanic. Darrell also enjoyed raising and
racing quarter horses and Appaloosa horses. He was known as a great husband, fa-
ther, brother, and friend. He had
a great sense of humor. He was
always telling stories and jokes.
Darrell will be missed by many.
He was preceded in death by his
parents; brother, James Tuttle and
wife, Sue Gene (Littlefield) Tuttle.
Darrell is survived by his wife,
Vicki Tuttle; son, Danny Tuttle
and daughter, Darla Tuttle; brother, Arvel Seals Jr. and wife, Iris;
brother, Harold Tuttle and wife,
Chris. Funeral Service is 11 AM,
Tuesday, April 22, 2014, at Freeman Harris
Funeral Home with Graveside Service, 3 PM,
in the Tahlequah City Cemetery, Tahlequah,
OK. Condolences may be left on-line. Freeman Harris Funeral Home, (918) 749-3333.