Hilda Haney services set at 11:35 am
Funeral services Hilda E. Haney, age 92 of Eakly, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Eakly Baptist Church with Rev. Wanda Murray and Huston Veal officiating.
Haney died Monday, Jan. 2, 2006, in the United Methodist Health Care Center at Clinton. She was born on July 20, 1913 in Butler, the daughter of Ed and Elizabeth (Fuehrer) Kauk.
Reared north of Butler, she attended Oceola Rural School.
On Nov. 1, 1933, she married Jesse Haney, and the couple made their home in Butler, Eakly and Dill City before moving back to Eakly.
She served the community as a minister’s wife for many years.
Burial will follow in Eakly Cemetery under the direction of the Lockstone Funeral Home in Weatherford.
Survivors include by two grandchildren, Sharon Butcher of Weatherford and Karen Borieo Rick of Oklahoma City; three great-grandchildren, Shana Brooks of Eakly, Misty Akromis of Mustang and Jeremy Harper of Biloxi, Miss.; nine great-great-grandchildren; and two brothers, Gus Kauk and his wife, Ovada, of Butler and Jimmy Kauk and his wife, Loretta, of Burns Flat.
Preceding her in death, in addition to her parents and husband, were two brothers, Eddie and Henry; four sisters, Elsie, Sarah, Ruth and Lydia; and a daughter, Marlene Crissman.The family suggests that memorial contributions in her honor may be made to the Eakly Baptist Church Youth Fund.
Mary Harris funeral held at 11:34 am
Funeral services for Mary Rozella “Fat” Harris, age 76 of Laverne, were set for this afternoon in the Myatt-Seeger Funeral Home Chapel in Laverne with Rev. Wes Peterman officiating.
Harris died Sunday, Jan. 1, 2006, at the Grace Living Center in Buffalo. She was born on July 11, 1929 in Chickasha, the daughter of William C. and Maizie M. (Cavin) Richardson.
Reared in Chickasha, she graduated from Chickasha High School in 1947.
She married Clyde Ray Harris on Aug. 6, 1949 at Gainesville, Texas.
She was a former Burns Flat resident and member of the National Rifle Association.
Preceding her in death, along with her parents, were an infant daughter, Jean Ann Harris in 1952; and a brother, Billy Cecil Richardson in 2003.
Burial was at the Cline-Meridian Cemetery northwest of Laverne.
Survivors include her husband, Clyde, of the home in Laverne; a son, Dale Ray Harris of Arkansas; a daughter, Leslie Gay Roberts and her husband, Stacey, of Yukon; sisters, Lora Suzann Bagwell of Oklahoma City, Luella Marie Green of Ridgecrest, Calif.; and two grandchildren.
The family suggests that memorial contributions in Harris’ honor be made to the Laverne Ambulance Fund in care of the funeral home at P.O. Box 909, Laverne, OK 73848.
Private rites held for Aden at 11:33 am
Private funeral services for Clara Leona Aden, age 67 of Clinton, will be held in the Clinton Cemetery under the direction of the Stanley-Lee Funeral Home in Clinton.
Aden died early Friday, Dec. 30, 2005, at the Manor Nursing Center in Yukon. She was born on Aug. 27, 1938 in Hockenfield, Ky.
She grew up in Kansas City, Mo. and attended school there, moving to Clinton in 1994.
Aden had worked in housekeeping at various nursing homes.
Survivors include her companion, John McDaniel of Clinton; a son, Robert Aden of Kansas; sisters, Ethel Thomas and Neva Peak, both of Missouri; and several grandchildren.
Thunderbull services set at 11:32 am
Funeral services for Susie Fletcher Thunderbull, age 54 of Hammon, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Pentecostal Church of God Indian Mission in Clinton with Rev. Ramus Hicks and Rev. Delfred White Crow officiating.
A wake service is planned tonight from 7 to 10 p.m. at the mission.
Thunderbull died Thursday, Dec. 29, 2005, at Integris Baptist Hospital in Oklahoma City. She was born on May 22, 1951 in Clinton, the daughter of Claude and Anosta (White Turtle) Fletcher, Sr.
Growing up in Clinton, she started school here before graduating from Riverside Indian School in 1972.
She continued her education at Southern Indian Polytech Institute in New Mexico before returning to Oklahoma and working in the Elk City area.
Thunderbull was a charter member of the Clinton Indian Baptist Church and a member of the Challengers Handgame Club.
Preceding her in death, along with her parents, were sisters, Ruby Keeton, Claudine Flying Out; and brothers, Rufus White Turtle, Ralph Fletcher, Claude Fletcher, Jr. and Terry Fletcher.
Burial will conclude in the Clinton Indian Cemetery under the direction of the Stanley-Lee Funeral Home in Clinton.
Survivors include her companion, Jerry Hill of Clinton; a daughter, Virginia Kathleen Fletcher of Elk City; sisters, Irene Standingwater, Chloe Orange, Emma Brewer, all of Elk City, Arleen Kaulay of Hammon, Elizabeth Thunderbull of Clinton; and a granddaughter, Baleigh Arleen Standingwater.
Emery ‘Mick’ Richardson services set at 11:31 am
Graveside services for Emery “Mick” Richardson, age 91, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Arapaho Cemetery with Bob Berkle officiating.
Richardson died Friday, Dec. 30, 2005, at the Corn Heritage Village. He was born on March 6, 1914 east of Clinton, the son of Fred and Clara (Newcomb) Richardson.
Reared in the Dripping Springs area, he attended Red Rock Country School east of the present Cherokee Restaurant.
A 1934 graduate of Custer City High School, he lived on the family farm until they sold the Dripping Springs property in 1949 to the Boy Scouts.
He then moved to Clinton and worked at several jobs, including helping to build the Tradewinds Motel.
He worked for 15 years for the former Lorenz Implement Co. and also had worked at Boyles Produce and the Custer City Case dealership before working for the Clinton Parks and Recreation Department.
Preceding him in death, along with his parents, were his wife, Lula; a son, C.J. Walker; a sister, Oval Cope; a brother, Jim Richardson; three grandchildren, Kenny Smith, Joey Walker, Larry Smith; and a great grandchild, Ethan Richardson.
Burial is under the direction of the Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home in Clinton.
Survivors include a daughter, Mickey Rose and her husband, Bill, of Butler; sons, Emery Richardson, Jr. of Florida, Jim Richardson and his wife, Flo, of Corn; a daughter-in-law, Charlene Walker of Clinton; 15 grandchildren; 37 great grandchildren; and 17 great-great grandchildren.
Saturday, December 31, 2005
PENDING at 11:22 am
Funeral services for Emery Richardson, age 91 of Clinton, are pending with the Kiesau-Lee Funeral Home in Clinton.
Richardson died Friday, Dec. 30, 2005, at the Corn Heritage Village.
Yelloweyes services set at 11:21 am
Funeral services for Delphine Rose Yelloweyes, age 54 of Clinton, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Pentecostal Church of God Indian Mission in Clinton with Rev. Ramus Hicks and Rev. Gerald Panana officiating.
An all night wake will be held Monday night at the mission.
Yelloweyes died late Thursday, Dec. 29, 2005, at the Clinton Indian Hospital. She was born on Oct. 14, 1951, the daughter of Rachel (Yelloweyes) and Joe Naranajo.
Having attended school in Watonga and Clinton as well as the Concho Indian School, she made her homes in Weatherford and Watonga before settling in Clinton in 1969.
She cooked at the Elderly Nutrition Center.
Preceding her in death were two sisters, Claudine Flying Out and Ruby Keeton; and a brother, Alfred Yelloweyes.
Burial will conclude in the Clinton Indian Cemetery under the direction of the Stanley Lee Funeral Home.
Survivors include daughters, Mary Alvarado of Oklahoma City, Bernice Yelloweyes of Clinton; a son, Alvin Yelloweyes of Clinton; sisters, Bernice Bull of Clinton, Ethelyn Yelloweyes of Watonga, Belva Hicks of Weatherford; brothers, Leroy Yelloweyes of Independence, Mo., Thomas Yelloweyes of Watonga, Raymond Yelloweyes of Sallisaw; 10 grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.
Rites slated for Cardenas at 11:20 am
Funeral services for Alfredo Cardenas, Sr., age 74 of Dallas, Texas, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in the St. Augustine Catholic Church at Dallas with Father Sanchez officiating.
Cardenas died Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2005, at his home in Dallas, Texas. He was born on Jan. 2, 1931.
Burial will conclude at the El Calvario Cemetery under the direction of the Gonzales Funeral Home in Dallas, Texas.
Survivors include six sons, John Cardenas and Alfredo Cardenas, Jr. of Clinton, Jose N. Cardenas, Adam Cardenas, Jesus Cardenas and Joel Cardenas, all of Dallas, Texas; three daughters, Consuelo Juarez and Rosa Reyes of Dallas, Texas, Mary Flores of Oklahoma City; two brothers, Lalo Reyna of Corpus Christi, Texas, Alberto Reyna of Oakland, Calif.; and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren in Oklahoma and Texas.
Ricky Taylor funeral held at 11:20 am
Funeral services for Ricky Lynn Taylor, age 47 of Cordell, were held Saturday afternoon at the First Baptist Church in Cordell with Rev. Buck Nicholson officiating.
Taylor died Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2005, at his home. He was born on June 20, 1958 at Carswell Air Force Base, Texas, the son of Vernon and Loyce Ann (Weaver) Taylor.
Having lived most of his life in Cordell, he was a member of the First Baptist Church and the Cordell Roundup Club.
Preceding him in death was his brother, Randy, in May of 1981; and his grandparents.
Burial was in the Lawnview Cemetery at Cordell under the direction of the McClure Funeral Home in Cordell.
Survivors include his parents, Vernon and Loyce Taylor of Cordell; a sister, Jessica Taylor of Cordell; and two nephews, James and Randy Carpenter.
Hollan rites on Thursday at 12:48 pm
Memorial services for Leonard Joe Hollan, age 58 of Weatherford, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Pleasant View Mennonite Church at Hydro with Darwin Hartman officiating.
Hollan died Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006, at the Maple Lawn Manor in Hydro. He was born in Summerfield, Okla. on April 15, 1947, the son of Lisha Swango “Doc” and Easter (Gray) Hollan.
He was reared and attended school in Summerfield and worked on a farm.
Moving to Kansas City, Mo., he worked for an aluminium foundry and in road construction before moving to the Colony area in 1979.
Hollan worked for Bulah Lasley, Zip Tool and 3M. He was an active blood donor for many years.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Lockstone Funeral Home in Weatherford.
Survivors include one son, Mathanic “Matt” Hollan and his wife, Carma, of Weatherford; one daughter, Sara Quillin and her husband, James, of Bessie; four brothers, Mart Hollan of Colony, Randy Hollan of Springfield, Mo., Jake Hollan of Stilwell, Lee Hollan of Springfield, Mo.; two sisters, Ruby Bettis of Mammoth Spring, Ark., Carolyn Phillips of Toledo, Ill.; and one granddaughter, Kimberly.
Preceding him in death, along with his parents and wife, were one sister, Lola Herrington; and one brother, William Taylor Hollan.
Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Waid rites set at 1:27 pm
Memorial services for Loretta A. Waid, age 54 of Weatherford, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday in the Raymond Cemetery at Lenora.
Waid died Sunday, Jan. 29, 2006, at Weatherford. Arrangements are under the direction of the Shaw Funeral Home of Taloga.
Lynn Babb funeral set at 10:15 am
Funeral services for Lennie Lee “Lynn” Babb, age 89 of Clinton, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the First Baptist Church at Clinton with Rev. Shane Hall officiating.
Babb died early Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, at the United Methodist Health Care Center in Clinton. She was born on Sept. 17, 1916 in Holdenville, the daughter of Steve and Amensia (Fisher) Cariker.
Reared in Holdenville, she married Otho Babb there in 1930.
The young couple moved to Tulsa during the Depression and times were really hard for the family.
She then returned to Holdenville and attended beauty college before moving to Wewoka where she owned and operated Lynn’s Beauty Salon for more than 50 years.
She married Cecil Argo in 1952, and he preceded her in death.
She moved to Clinton in 1987 to be close to family, moving her beauty shop here which she continued to operate until the mid 1990’s when she was forced to retire by failing health.
She had been a resident of the Methodist Center for the past three months.
A member of the First Baptist Church in Wewoka for many years, she had transferred her membership to Clinton.
She was a member of the Oklahoma Cosmetology Association and was on the Thunderbird Hair Fashion Committee of Oklahoma for several years. She also was a member of the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association.
Preceding her in death were five sisters, Donnie Linker, Lavernia Arthur, Leora Bishop, Estella Hishaw, Nora Lancaster; a granddaughter, Juli Ronan; and a great-great great grandson, Mykol Babb.
Burial will conclude in the Clinton Cemetery under the direction of the Stanley-Lee Funeral Home in Clinton.
Survivors include a daughter, Arleen Harris of Clinton; a son, Cliffton Babb and his wife, Naomi, of Seminole; two granddaughters, Toni Lee and her husband, Troy, of Clinton, Jacque Morlan and her husband, Darrell, of Arapaho; three grandsons, Robert Hargrove and his wife, Cindy, of Moore, Gregg Babb and his wife, Judy, and Steven Babb, all of Seminole; 14 great grandchildren; a great-great grandson; a brother, Oran Cariker of Duncan; a sister, Alene Conner of Bixby; and several nieces and nephews, including Arlie Arthur and his wife, Betty, of Clinton.