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Facts from Fox
    Fox, Jan. 24--The weather is fine now. The ground is drying fast and a great many of the farmers are preparing their land for another crop. GRANDMA INMAN and MRS. JAY ECHOLS have been quite sick for some time but they are much better. There has been much moving here some moving off, some moving in. TOM INMAN and family of Simon have been visiting the family of REV. CARDELL here. DR. ARNOLD and family with his son-in-law...

From the Daily Ardmoreite, Ardmore, Oklahoma and printed in January 1900.


From The Perkins Journal 1892 - 1904

    INMAN, J. M. killed by Richard Thomas at Coyle Saturday 22 Oct 1904. A wagon maker of Coyle.


    Grandpa Inman died Wednesday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Tom Robison, after a long illness from a complication of bowel troubles. Burial was made in Covington Cemetery after a short service at the house.

The Covington Record - 10/05/1922


Pioneer Hulen Resident Dies Funeral Service at Home Tomorrow; Burial at Allendale

    Jerry Roof, 76 years old, pioneer resident of the Hulen neighborhood, died at 5:20 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the family home, following an illness which lasted for several months.
    Mr. Roof came to this section of the country in 1901 and lived on the same farm since his arrival here. He leaves many friends both in the Hulen neighborhood and Lawton to mourn his death.
    Besides his wife, Mary Roof, deceased is survived by four sons and four daughters. The children are Mrs. Nora Scott, Mrs. Gertie Riley, and Iva Roof, all of Hulen; and Mrs. Elsie Arterberry, Duncan; Rolla, Jake, Guy, and Volla, all of Hulen.
    Mr. Roof is also survived by one brother Ruben Roof of this city, and two nephews and one niece who also reside in Lawton. They are Fred and Jess Roof and Mrs. Maud Alred.
    Funeral services will be at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the family home. Burial will be made in Allendale Cemetery with Ritter's in charge. (The Lawton Constitution, Friday, September 13, 1926, p. 1).

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MRS. MARY ROOF DIES THURSDAY County Woman Will Be Buried Saturday at Allendale.

    Mrs. Mary I. Roof, 75, died at her home, 14 miles southeast of Lawton Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, following a brief illness. Mrs. Roof came to this community with her family in 1901 and has resided in the same community since.
    Early in life she united with the Adventist church and has always lived a conscientious Christian life.
    Mrs. Roof is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Nora Scott of Lawton; Miss Iva Roof at home; Mrs. Gertie Riley of Lawton; and Mrs. Elsie Arterbury of Duncan; and four sons, Rolla and Volla of Geronimo and Jake and Guy of Lawton; and three half-brothers, Lew, Dan, and Will Pepper, all of Clinton, Mo., who are unable to attend the funeral services.
    She is also survived by 26 grandchildren, four great grandchildren, and other relatives.
    Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Allendale school house. Burial will be made in the Allendale Cemetery with Ritter's in charge. The family has the sympathy of their large circle of friends in their bereavement. (The Lawton Constitution, Friday, Dec. 20, 1929, p. 1).

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MRS. ROOF BURIED SATURDAY

    Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Allendale school house for Mrs. Mary I. Roof, 75, who died at her home, 14 miles southeast of Lawton, Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock, following a short illness of pneumonia.
    Mrs. Roof and family came to this community in 1901 and is well known and loved by all who knew her for her sterling Christian character and her kindly, helpful disposition. The entire community deeply regrets her passing and sympathize with the family in their bereavement. Brief services were held at the residence, conducted by Rev. T. M. Arnold.
    The services at the school house were conducted by Rev. Dr. Burnett of Duncan and were largely attended. The floral offerings were beautiful. The bearers were J. W. Phillips. W. K. Franklin, M. L. Dodd, Alex Scruggs, Lewis Franklin, and John Rhoades.
    Interment was made in the Allendale Cemetery in the family burial plot beside her husband, Jerry Roof, who passed on three and a half years ago. Ritter's had charge of the funeral arrangements.

The Lawton Constitution, Sunday, Dec. 22, 1929, p. 2


Excerpts from the
Craig County Gazette
Newspaper

KELSO

September 22, 1927
    Mrs. and Mrs. Owen Weddell are visiting her mother Mrs. Inman of this neighborhood.
    Mrs Bob Cooper, Mrs. W. B. Inman, Mrs. C. F. Haskins and Carl Inman were called to Salem, Missouri Thursday night on account of the seriousness of their grandmother Inman.


Excerpts from the
Craig County Democrat Newspaper

April 26, 1928
    My beloved wife, Hazel M. Caldwell was born at Fremont, Ohio, October 26, 1882, and was the only daughter of Michael Pumtan (sic) and Malissa (Inman) Putman, both have preceded her. Her father was the County Engineer at the time of her birth, and after the completion of his term, moved back to the old homestead, one made by his father in the early settlement of Ohio, near Rising Sun, Ohio. On this farm she grew to womanhood, and every one she came in contact with was her friend. She received her education in the country schools, the near by towns, and finished her education at Toledo, Ohio.
    We first met at graduation exercises of the class which included her brother Alfred R. Putman and myself, at Valporaiso, Indiana, and I knew at once I had met a fine character, with true and lovable disposition. We were married at Bowling Green, Ohio, February 2, 1910, and within a few days came to Vinita to make our home. Two daughters, Ruth and Lucille, came to bless our home. She was a member of the Baptist Church of Vinita, and the Pythian Sisters at Vinita. She was called home April 10, 1928, and I know she now dwells with her good parents in the home prepared for us by our Father. She leaves surviving her our two daughters Ruth and Lucile (sic), myself, and Alfred R. Putnam (sic), of Valporaiso, Indiana, a brother, a great many relatives, and a host of friends. It can truthfully be said that she did not leave a single enemy.
    She was a real, true, and devoted mother and wife. She was proud of her family, and loved her home associates, and her neighbors. It was here she proved her sterling worth and character. Always cheerful, always looking after the needs of our children and myself, always placing home above all worldly things, always teaching truthfulness and honesty, always teaching righteous living, always teaching kind consideration for others, living a true and lovable life, and making every effort to rear her children in such a way that they would be good, clean, moral women, and a help and betterment of mankind while here.
    She loved life. It was sweet and dear to her. Yet she faced her condition bravely. When I met her at Mayes, there were tears in my eyes but a smile on her sweet lips, and she told me if the worst came to the worst she would leave two sweet daughters to comfort me. Why she could be taken is beyond my understanding. Her work was not finished. Yes, she was so good, so lovely, her advice so clean and wholesome, and life as exemplified by her was so good, clean, and wholesome, it would seem best that she remain here. But God in his wisdom deemed otherwise.
    Her passing away has left us with heavy hearts. We miss her so. Our grief, our deep love for her, and admiration of her can not be expressed in mere words. She is gone from among us, yet she will always live with us, counsel, advise, and influence us for good. While our hearts are so heavy, and our grief is so deep, it would be beyond endurance if it were not that we know she is now among the angels in heaven where there is no suffering or sorrow, and that we shall meet her there.
    She lived in deeds, not years, and her life fully exemplified the thought of the poet in these two stanzas:

    I live for those who love me.
    For those I know are true,
    For the heaven that smiles above me
    And awaits my spirit too;
    For all human tied that bind me,
    For the task by God assigned me,
    For the bright hopes left behind me,
    And the food that I can do.
    I live for those who love me.
    For those who know me true,
    For the heaven that smiles above me
    And awaits my spirit too;
    For the wrong that needs assistance,
    For the cause that lacks assistance,
    For the future in the distance,
    And the good that I can do.

                                    Carey Caldwell

December 6, 1928
    Virgil Turner highly respected citizen of Vinita, died Saturday morning at his home. Pneumonia was the cause of his death. He was buried Sunday evening at Vinita.
    Mr. Turner was 52 years old the first day of November.
    Virgil Turner, son of John D. and Mary W. Turner, was born near Rocky Mount, Va. Nov. 1, 1876 and died at his home in Vinita, Nov. 24, 1928.
    Mr. Turner came to Missouri when only a small boy, a little more than 7 years of age.
    He was married to Frankie Inman, a daughter of George Inman, of Dent Co., Mo., December 9, 1900. He joined the Baptist church at Enid at the age of 23 and remained in that Faith until death. Besides his widow, Mr. Turner is survived by three sons, Hubert, Herman and Harold, four daughters, Mrs. George Pitts, Mrs. Louise Stevenson, Pauline and Virginia. Besides his immdiate family he leaves two brothers and six sisters to mourn his loss. In his death the family has lost a kind and loving husband and father, his friends a real friend, the city an honored and upright citizen and he will be missed by many.

April 5, 1934
    Mrs. Sallie Inman has returned from an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Owen Weddell in Ponca City.
    Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Inman of Todd, visited with Carl Inman and family Sunday.

May 24, 1934
    Mrs. Newkirk of Vinita is spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Inman.

September 6, 1934
Mrs. Ellis Inman and children, Elmer, Ellis, Jr., Emajean and Lorene spent last week in Arkansas City, Kansas, visiting relatives. It was still dry there, there not having been enough moisture to bring up the turnips and fall gardens. People are going for miles after stock water. We are fortunate around here as we do have an abundance of water now and the pastures look like they do in the spring.

September 13, 1934
    We extend our sympathies to Mrs. Archie Inman and family in the death of her father, James Lamb, of Vinita, last week.
    Mr. and Mrs. Carl Inman spent Sunday with Marshall Inman and family in the Todd district.

October 4, 1934
    Mrs. Sallie Inman is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Tom Haskins in Ketchum this week.

October 25, 1934
    Those visiting at the S. M. Berry home Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Inman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wallis, and family, Mrs. Edgar Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Snider, of Vinita.

November 15, 1934
    The scholars of the primary room who had perfect attendance records last month were: Junior and James Inman, Robert, Earl and Rowena Wallis, Berry Jean and Orville Nazworthy, Donald and Gerald Brasher, Ralph and Caroline Ayers, Emmet and Cecil Karr, Delia and Dorothea Kuder, Helen Phillips, Junior Cole, Pat Oneill, Maurice Rhinehart, Bobby Lightfoot, Virginia Graham, Allene Mae McDonough, Mary Rebecca Foster, Donald Dowell and Lloyd Snider.
    Ellis Inman and sons, and the Campbell brothers are baling the second crop of hay on their meadows this week.
    Wallace and Ernest Cauthon spent Saturday night with Elmer and Alfred Inman all attending the West Point pie supper that evening.
    Those calling at the Ellis Inman home Sunday were J. J. Cauthon and family and Dick Andrews.
    Bob Cauthon and family spent Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Ethel Inman.

December 6, 1934
    Mr. and Mrs. Archie Inman are the parents of a fine boy, and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kuder have a new girl at their home, both being born last week.
    Orval Langley is spending a few days with the Inman boys.

MILES

April 18, 1935
    Ellis Inman was called to Vinita Thursday by the death of his niece Lois Waller.
    Those spending Sunday at the Ellis Inman home were J. G. and Pauline Cauthon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and son Kenneth, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weaver and children.
    Elmer Inman and Ray Weaver made a business trip to Centralia Sunday.

July 4, 1935
    Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Inman and family attended a family reunion of the formers relatives near Coffeyville, Sunday, 67 being present.

December 19, 1935
    Mrs. Ellis Inman and Mrs. Sanders called at the Edwin Young home Thursday to see the baby who has been given the name of Edwin Clinton.
    Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Morgan visited at the Ellis Inman home Sunday evening.

Dear Santa Claus:
    I am in the 5th grade and I am 9 years old. I hope you will bring me something for Christmas. I want a ring, a doll, and I want candy and nuts. Don't forget I don't want much because you will have to give the other little boys and girls some gifts too.

Your friend,

    MARY LORENE INMAN


Claude King Dies at Age of 48 Years

    COMMERCE, Jan 30 - Claude King, 48 years old, whose residence was at the Cactus mine, west of Commerce, died at his home at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday night. He had been in the employ of the Commerce Mining and Royalty company for more than 10 years.
    Funeral services for the veteran mine employee will be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the First Baptist church here and burial will be in G.A.R. cemetery.
    Mr. King is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace King, six children, Lauretta, Homer, Maudie, Betty, Josephine and Verna Mae; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. King of North Miami; four brothers, Frank King of North Miami, Houston King of Tulsa, John King of Coleman, Tex., and Pryor King of Hillsboro, Ill.; and six sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Branson of Miami, Mrs. Mattie Davis of Seattle, Wash., Mrs. Joseph Clark (this is an error - she is a niece, though raised as a sister, and named Josephine Crain Clark /ss) of Melrose, Kan., Mrs. Emma Moore of North Miami, Mrs. Osie Archer of Coleman, Tex., and Mrs. Fay Burgey of Miami.
    The Mitchelson Undertaking company is in charge of the funeral.

Miami News-Record on 30 Jan 1930


Mrs. Eliza King, 77, Dies at North Miami

    Mrs. Eliza King, 77 years old, died Tuesday night at her home in North Miami. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
    Besides her husband, William W. King, Mrs. King is survived by four sons, Frank King of North Miami, Houston King of Tulsa, John King of Joplin and James P. King of HIllsboro, Ill., six daughters, Mrs. E. C. Branson of Miami, Mrs. C. M. Buergey of Miami, Mrs. Emma Moore of Baxter Springs, Mrs. Ossie Archer of Shreveport, La., Mrs. Mattie Davis of Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Josie Clark (note: this is a grand-daughter that she raised/ss) of Chetopa; two sisters, Mrs. Sophia Crane of Joplin and Mrs. Hannah Tuinell of St. Louis and two brothers, B. F. Jones of Granite City, Ill., and John Jones of Jerome, Mo.
    The Cooper Undertaking company is in charge.

Miami News-Record on 30 Dec 1931:

Rites Friday for Mrs. Eliza King

    Funeral services for Mrs. Eliza King of North Miami, who died Tuesday, will be held at the North Miami Christian Church at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon by the Rev. James O. Michael of Miami. Burial will be in G.A.R. cemetery under direction of the Cooper Undertaking company.
    Mrs. King is survived by 10 children and 47 grandchildren.
    Six of the grandchildren will be pallbearers. They are: Floyd Branson, Haskell Branson, Wayne Branson, Thurman King, Olin Spoonhour and Leslie Eagle.

Miami News-Record on 31 Dec 1931


Elmer Inman Captured

    The next day, January 7th, a Sunday, Elmer Inman, a confederate of Underhill was shot and captured near Bowlegs, Oklahoma at a filling station. Lena Nichols, sister of the late Eva Mae Nichols, was with Inman and was also captured. Inman was wanted for the Coalgate and Harrah robberies, in which Underhill took part in, and a number of other robberies. He and his woman companion were jailed in Wewoka. Inman was later moved to the Oklahoma county jail where Roe was also held.

"Tri-State Terror" - The Saga of Wilber Underhill in Oklahoma by Michael J. Koch


    Mrs. Mary Inman of Braden, died at her home last Wednesday . She was buried at Summerfield Thursday. Her daughter Mrs. Jeff McElyea and a number of LeFlore folks attended her funeral. 
    Mrs. Inman was a former resident of this place.

Poteau Newspaper, Thursday, March 2, 1933 page 8, Column 1


Mr. Jeff McElyea who died at DeQueen Arkansas was buried here Friday. Relations from Kansas City, Dallas, and Poteau attended. 

Poteau Newspaper, Thursday, March 30, 1933 page 4, Column 2 


H. J. INMAN (this is Hezekiah Joseph Inman)

    H. J. Inman, aged 76, died at 11 o'clock Sunday morning at the home of his son, Lee Inman, on West Monroe avenue, after a year's illness. He was born in Arkansas. For the last five years he had made his home with Lee Inman who, with another son, R. H. Inman, of McAlester; a step-daughter, Mrs. R. C. Narr of St. Louis; a brother and nine grandchildren, survive.
    Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Humphrey chapel to Oak Hill cemetery, Rev. Mr. Balter, pastor of Grand Avenue M. E. church, officiating.

From the McAlester News-Capital January 8, 1935


Tom Inman Flies Here From Denver

    Private Tom Inman of the technical division of the U. S. army air corps arrived here early this afternoon via airplane from Denver for the funeral of his mother, Ethel Sophia Inman, who died Tuesday afternoon.
    He was flown here in a bi-motor medium bomber which landed at Municipal airport and took off shortly after its passenger disembarked.
    The bomber will return several days hence and take Inman back to his station in Denver.
    Mrs. Inman's daughter, Mrs. Katherine Munneke, her husband and children, of Carthage, Ill., arrived this morning for the funeral. Other relatives here include another daughter, Mrs. Theo Nix and Mr. Nix of Durant.

From the McAlester News-Capital April 17, 1941


    SPINKS J. D. - SPINKS, age 32, life long resident of Adair County, living 4 miles southwest of town for the past five years, met instant death about 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon when a shaft broke on a cut-off saw letting the saw fly up, cutting his head open while sawing wood near Baron. Mr. SPINKS was a very industrious farmer and worker, as will be noted by the article appearing on page 2 of this issue, which was printed before we learned of this sad accident. 
    Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Roberts Funeral Chapel conducted by Rev. T. DeWitt SANKEY, Baptist pastor. Burial was made in the city cemetery. 
    Survivors include his widow (Gladys Inman); one son, two daughters, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley SPINKS; seven brothers, four sisters, other relatives and many friends. The Record joins their host of friends in extending sincere, heart-felt sympathy for the bereaved family. 
    [Page 2 has a lengthy article telling about how the J. D. SPINKS family had done their part in helping produce and conserve food for victory.]

December 11, 1942 


Inman-Mathis Vows Read in Haileyville Church on Sunday

   HARTSHORNE (Special) - In a beautiful candlelight service in the First Christian church in Haileyville Miss Laverne Inman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Inman, who live southeast of this city, became the bride of John E. Mathis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mathis of Tulsa. The double-ring ceremony was read at 7 o'clock Sunday evening by Rev. James E. Greer, church pastor, with Rev. T. P. Spear, former pastor, assisting. The altar was banked with fern and flanked by tall white baskets of white roses and white crepe myrtle, and two seven-branched candelabra.
    Miss Inman entered the church on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage. Her wedding gown was of white slipper satin, fashioned with a sweetheart neckline trimmed in three rows of pearls, and with leg of mutton sleeves, pointed over the hands. Her long lace veil fell from a crown of pearls, and she wore a strand of pearls. She carried a white Bible borrowed from Mrs. George Bayless, with a shower of ribbon and flowers falling from an orchid on top of the Bible. Her something blue was a handkerchief, a gift from her grandmother, the late Mrs. H. M. Roberts.
    Miss Betty Jo O'Dell, maid of honor, wore a long dress of pink jersey and carried a colonial bouquet of sweetheart roses, tied with pink ribbon. Miss Anne Wheeler and Miss Betty Jane Heard, bridesmaids, were dressed in pink and carried colonial bouquets of sweet peas tied with blue ribbon. Miss Carol Yates, candle lighter, wore blue and her wristlet was of tiny rosebuds.
    Miss Dorothy Rose Trueblood, who played a program of nuptial music, and accompanied Eugene Savage, soloist, wore a blue dress, and a corsage of apricot gladioli. Ushers were Billy Grant, cousin of the bride, and Bobby Johnson.
    Mrs. Inman wore a dress of aqua crepe with white accessories and her ......... was of sunburst ............. were black and her corsage was of pink carnations.
    A reception followed the wedding, in the home of the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Inman, in this city, where Mrs. Jennie Davis served the cake. Miss Anne Wheeler served punch and Mrs. John Dixon was in charge of the guest book. The bride's table was laid with lace over pink cloth and centered with a mirrored miniature bride and groom.
    Among out-of-town relatives here for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mathis and son, Billy, and Mrs. Oiler of Tulsa, Mrs. Fern Hyde, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dennis and Mrs. Maud Yates of McAlester and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hays and children of Henryetta.

From the McAlester News-Capital August 10, 1948


    SPINKS - The community was greatly saddened by the sudden tragic death of Jack SPINKS, who was fatally injured in a two-car collision near Stockton, Kan., June 31st and who passed away at Hadley Memorial Hospital in Hays on Friday, July 1 at the age of 27. Mr. SPINKS and his family moved to Hoxie in 1957 to be on the teaching staff of Sheridan Community High School. 
    Jackie Lee SPINKS was born to John and Gladys (Inman) SPINKS at Stilwell, Okla., February 15, 1933. His father preceded him in death in 1943. He attended both grade and high school at Westville, Okla., and was salutatorian of his graduating class of 1951. He participated in sports throughout high school and they were very much a part of his life. He was united in marriage to Christine PIERCE of Muskogee, Okla., August 4, 1952, and to this union two children were born. 
    Mr. SPINKS attended Bacone Junior College at Muskogee, where he was on the football team. He had the honor of being all conference center in 1952, playing on the Bacone team against Hartneil Junior College, Salinas, Calif., in the Junior Rose Bowl Game in Pasadena, Calif., in 1953. He was valedictorian of his graduating class of 1953 and a member of the Dean's Honor Roll both years. At Northeastern State College, Tahlequah, he lettered in football both years and was a member of Rho Theta, Industrial Arts, and Lettermen's Clubs, was on the Dean's Honor Roll both years, and was graduated in the spring of 1955 with a B.S. degree, with his Major being Industrial Arts and his minor Physical Education. Immediately following graduation, he taught two years at Kanorado, where he coached football, basketball, baseball and track, before moving to Hoxie. Mr. SPINKS was a member of the Christian church and was very active in church work, serving as Sunday School Superintendent for two years. He took his religion very seriously as he did whatever he undertook. He not only believed the Bible, but practiced its teachings. He was a member of the Hoxie Lions club, and participated in other civic activities. 
    Mr. SPINKS is survived by his wife, Christine; children, Jackie Lee, age 5, and Christie Ann, age 3, all of the home. Also surviving is his mother, Mrs. Gladys SPINKS and a sister, Miss Sue SPINKS, both of Westville, Okla. Also, a sister, Mrs. G. B. EAGLETON of Tulsa, Okla., and a host of friends and relatives. 
    Services were held in the Roberts Funeral Home Chapel, Westville, at 2:00 p.m. Monday July 4, with Rev. Eugene BIBY officiating. Burial was in the Westville Cemetery. 

Adair Co.: Westville Record 1960, July 8, 1960


A. V. Inmon, Pioneer, Dies After Illness

    COUNTYLINE. -- Alvy Vasterling Inmon, resident of Countyline for 15 years, died about 3:30 p.m. Monday in a Clinton hospital following a long illness.
    Inmon, a retired farmer, would have been 79 today. He lived in the Duncan area since 1911. He came here from Payne County, Okla. Inmon was a member of the Hope Methodist Church and the Duncan Masonic and Odd Fellow Lodges.
    Masonic rites will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Brooks Funeral Chapel. The Rev. J. O. Howard will be in charge, assisted by the Rev. Irby Alexander, Marlow.
    He was born May 10, 1881 in Booneville, Ark. He married Ida Caldwell, Dec. 24, 1911, in Pilot Point, Tex. She survives.
    Other survivors are three sons, Wayne Inmon, Ratliff City; Samuel Inmon, Countyline, and Delanah A. Inmon, Downey, Calif.; two daughter, Mrs. Orpha Elliott, of the home, and Mrs. Quizella Sprague, Lake Charles, La.
    Also 14 grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchildren.
    Burial will be by Brooks Funeral Home in Velma Cemetery.


Examiner Enterprise of Bartlesville, OK, Aug. 21, 1960

FRED HOPKINS DIES: RITES SET MONDAY
    Fred Oliver Hopkins, 72, resident of this community since before statehood, died at 7:22 a.m. Saturday in the Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for the past week.
    Hopkins was born in Sedan, Chautauqua Co, KS, on Dec. 13, 1880, and at six years of age moved with his family to Indian Territory, settling in this area where he received his education and has continued to make his home. He was married here on May 11, 1904 to Miss Grace B. Eades and following their marriage, they established their first home on a farm in the Silver Lake community. During the early day oil activities of the state, Hopkins worked for several years as a pumper for the old Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Co. before his retirement 15 years ago. He was a member of the Church of Christ.
    Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Grace B. Hopkins of the home here; a son, Isaac E. Hopkins, Bartlesville; two daughters, Mrs. Alva Inman, Bartlesville and Mrs. Roy Burton, Dewey; a brother Walter E. Hopkins, Bartlesville, and a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Eades, Melbourne, FL, 17 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Arnold Moore Funeral Chapel. Mr. Sidney Roper and Mr. L. K. Williams, ministers of the Churches of Christ in Bartlesville and in Dewey, will officiate. Interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery.


Obituary, paper,date 1977

LILLIE INMON

    Lillie D. Inmon, 84, pioneer Hardesty resident, died Wednesday afternoon at the home of her brother, C. M. Inmon, at Hardesty where she had made her home for several months.
    The daughter of John and Texanna Inmon, she was born October 14, 1893 in Denton County, Texas. Miss Inmon moved to the Hardesty Area in 1908 from Wetumka, Okla. She lived in the Range and Grand Valley Community before moving into Hardesty in 1942 to live with a brother, Mellie Inmon, who died in Oct. of 1975.
    She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Hardesty.
    Her survivors include one brother, Charlie M. Inmon, Hardesty, one niece Mrs. Ann Harper, Liberal, Kan., and three nephews Homer Inmon, Canon City, Colo., D. W. Inmon, Brighton, Colo., and Richard Inmon, Midwest City, Okla.
    Funeral services will be conducted from the First Baptist Church in Hardesty, Friday at 2 p.m. Rev. W. L. Burnett, Jr. will officiate. Interment will be in the Hartville Cemetery under the direction of the Henson Funeral Home of Guymon.


    Mellie M. Inmon, 72, pioneer Hardesty area farmer, died early Monday morning as the result of a heart attack.
    The son of John and Texanna Inmon, he was born on Dec. 25, 1902 in Indian Territory. He came to Texas County in 1908 and made his home with an Uncle who homesteaded land in the Range Community, southeast of Hardesty. He and his sister had made their home in Hardesty since 1942.
    Besides his sister, Lillie Inmon, of the home, he is survived by one brother Charlie Inmon of Hardesty.
    Funeral Services will be conducted from the First Baptist Church in Hardesty, Wednesday at 2 p.m. Rev. Michael R. Flaniken, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in the Hartville Cemetery under the direction of the Henson Funeral Home of Guymon. Friends may call at the funeral home at any time.
    A Messlie (sic) Inmon Memorial has been established for the Heart Fund. Memorials will be accepted at the Henson Funeral Home.


Obituary, unknown paper, 1979

    Liberal--Mrs. Ann J. Harper, 57, died Thursday afternoon in Ponca City, Okla.
    She had been in ill health for the past two years.
    She was born Nov. 21, 1922 at Range, Okla. She attended the Hardesty schools and grew to womanhood in that area.
    She married Jim L. Harper Feb. 11, 1954 at Clayton, New Mexico. She was employed at Western Chevrolet for nine years before coming to Liberal in 1956 where she owned and operated the Beauty Box for 14 years.
    She was a member of the Church of Christ in Guymon.
    Besides her husband, she is survived by one daughter; Shar Lea of the home; her father, Charlie Inmon of Hardesty; three brothers, Homer D. Inmon, Penrose, Colo., David W. Inmon, Dumas, Tex., and C. Richard Inmon of Midwest City, Okla.
    Services will be conducted Monday, July 7, 10:30 a.m., from Miller Chapel by Charles Brisenine. Interment will be in the Elmhurst Cemetery in Guymon. The family suggests memorials be sent to the Shar Lea Harper education fund in care of the Citizens State Bank, Liberal. The casket will not be open.


Obituary The Daily Herald Guymon, OK June 15, 1981

    Charles M. Inmon, 84, longtime Hardesty resident, died Wednesday afternoon in Memorial Hospital.
    He was born on Dec. 27, 1896 to John D. and Texanna Inmon in Denton, Tex. He was married to Flora M. Tuler on Mar. 18, 1920 at Perryton, Tex. She preceded him in death in 1976.
    A railroader most of his life, he was employed by the Rock Island for many years prior to his retirement.
    He was a member of the Baptist Church.
    He is survived by three sons, Homer of Hardesty, D. W. of Dumas, Tex. and Richard of Midwest City; ten grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be conducted from the First Baptist Church in Hardesty at 10 a.m. Saturday. Interment will be in the Hartville Cemetery near Hardesty under the direction of the Henson Funeral home of Guymon.


BEULAH BROWN INMAN

WAYNOKA - Funeral services for Beulah Brown Inman, 83, will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the United Methodist Church with the Rev. Eakle Allen and the Rev. Chester Brown officiating.
    Mrs. Inman will be buried in the Waynoka Municipal Cemetery, with arrangements under the direction of the Marshall Funeral Home of Waynoka.
    Mrs. Inman was born Nov. 16, 1898, at Coplinger Mills, Mo., and died suddenly Thursday in Ottawa, Kan.
    As a child she moved with her family to Cleo Springs. She was a member of the Christian Church there.
    She and Thomas Jefferson Inman were married in a buggy north of the 21 Crossing in Woods County April 18, 1917. Her husband died June 29, 1973. Mrs. Inman was also preceded in death by a son in infancy.
    She was affiliated with the United Methodist Church in Waynoka. Mrs. Inman was a member of the Waynoka Chapter Order of Eastern Star and the Waynoka Saddle Club.
    She is survived by five sons, R. J. Inman, Defred Inman and Lilburn Inman, all of Waynoka, Eugene Inman, Grenola, Kan., and Garold Dean Inman, Alva; five daughters, Inez Bouse of Enid, Virginia Harman, Noel, Mo., Susie Sutherland, Waynoka, Darlene Lyon of Woodward and Ardena Bartlow, Quenemo, Kan.; a brother, Clyde Brown, Manqua, Mo., 32 grandchildren.
    Mrs. Inman's family has suggested that those who wish make contributions in her memory to the Heart Fund. Marshall Funeral Home will serve as custodians of the fund.

Newspaper unknown
July 8, 1982


INMAN, Mary (PETERSEN), 84, 29 Oct 1898, Marietta, OK, 29 Mar 1984, Wichita, KS. Sons, Thomas Petersen; Newton, KS and Kenneth Petersen, Wichita, KS; brother, Alex Inman, Reydon, OK; sisters, Vera Vardaman, Wichita, Genevieve Estes, Hugo, OK and Connie Conrad, Ft Worth, TX; 4 grandchildren; 5 great grandchildren; Burial Rest Haven Cemetery, Wichita, KS 

Source: The Cheyenne Star, Cheyenne, OK


INMAN, Alex Thomas - 76, b. 15 Dec 1908 Tucumcari, NM d. 5 Jul 1985 Cheyenne, Roger Mills Co., OK. Wife, Jewel Pricilla Easterling; daughter, Alexia Springer, Crawford, OK; grandchildren, Gayla Ann Barker, George Inman Springer; sisters, Connie Conrad, Ft. Worth, TX; Vera Vanderman, Wichita, KS; Genevieve Estes, Hugo, OK; preceded in death by parents Thomas B. and Julia Inman, sister, Mary and 2 infant sisters; Burial White Rose Cemetery,
Reydon, OK. 

Source: Cheyenne Star, Cheyenne OK 11 Jul 1985


Publication Date: March 27, 1990 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 25

KOHL Martha Lovena, died Saturday, March 24, 1990. She was born in Fordyce, AR on October 6, 1929. She is survived by her husband, of 44 years Earl Kohl Jr.; 2 sons, Randall and his wife Wannetta, Roddy and his wife Dana all of Midwest City; 3 grandchildren, Russell, Kimmie and Roderick all of Midwest City; 5 sisters, Josephine Inman of Baxter Springs, KS, Inez Walker of Igo, CA, Jessie Cure, Erma Hopkins and Ella Price all of Galena, KS. We will all love and miss her very much. Services are Tuesday, March 27 at 2pm, at Paylor Funeral Home Chapel, interment at Arlington Memory Gardens.


Publication Date: September 04, 1990 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 21

SEEBECK Walter, age 80, of MWC, passed away Sept. 1, 1990 at St. Anthony Hospital. He was a retired farmer, member of the Oklahoma Farmers Union and a member of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. He was born in OKC and was married April 23, 1939 in OKC to Pearl Hessel. He is survived by Pearl of the home, 3 daughters Louise and Jerry Beasley of OKC, Doris and Bob Stahl of OKC, Janell and Dennis Inman of Broken Arrow, 8 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren, 3 brothers, Albert Seebeck of Choctaw, George Seebeck of Choctaw, Johnnie Seebeck of California, and 1 sister Leona Doke of California. Services 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church with entombment in the Jones IOOF Cemetery.


Publication Date: May 10, 1991 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 29

RICHARDSON Josephine, age 99, of Yukon, went home to be with the Lord on May 7, 1991. Born near Riley Center, Ks. As a baby, she moved with her family to a claim near Homestead, Ok. At about 7 years old, moved to Watonga, Ok., where she finished high school, and taught in Cordell for 3 years. Taught at Willard School, principal at Nichols Hills School and Sequoyah School. In 1957, she taught junior high in Morton, Washington. Returned to OKC in 1967, moved to Spanish Cove in 1977. She earned her BA degree at OCU and her MA degree at Teachers College, Columbia University, N.Y. Was a member of First Presbyterian Church, PEO Chapter 5, Delta Kappa Gamma, Retired Teachers and Retired Persons. She is survived by 2 nieces, Mrs. Pauline Inman of Winlock, Wa. and Mrs. Phyllis Flagor of Westport, Wa.; close friend, Polly Laseman of Norman; and a host of friends. Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Monday at Guardian Midtown Chapel, with burial at IOOF Cemetery in Watonga, Ok. GUARDIAN MIDTOWN 1133 N. ROBINSON 232-9292


The Saturday Oklahoman - August 31, 1991, Page: 30
    LAMBERT Supreme, age 86, born March 6, 1905 in Love County, Ok., passed away Aug. 30, 1991 in OKC. She was a homemaker and attended Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Chester, and a grandson, Chester Eugene. Her survivors include 2 daughters, Betty Lou Inman and husband, Ernest L. of Balch Spring, Tx., Mary Lee Swearengin and husband, Mack of OKC; 4 sons, Art W. and wife, Lola of OKC, Joe C. and wife, Mary Ruth, OKC, Leon and wife, Naydene of Choctaw and Wayne and wife, Martha, OKC; 26 grandchildren, 38 great grandchildren, 7 great-great grandchildren; and many other loving relatives and friends. Services will be 2:00 p.m. Saturday in the Colonial Chapel South.


The Sunday Oklahoman - December 08, 1991, Page: 36
    MICHAEL Viola Londy, age 87, of OKC, died Friday, Dec. 6, 1991. She was born March 18, 1904 in DeKalb, Tx. to John Henry and Sarah (Jones) Warner. She was a longtime OKC resident and was a cosmetologist until her retirement in 1966. Preceded in death by her parents; 1 brother, Dee; and 2 sisters, Jewell Swindell and Tessie Rylant. She is survived by her husband, Gene of the home; a son, Neil Morrow of OKC; a stepson, George Michael; 3 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren; a brother, Homer Warner of Muskogee; and a sister, Blanche Inman of Emory, Tx. Services will be 11:00 a.m. Monday, Dec. 9, at the Guardian West Funeral Home Chapel with interment at Chapel Hill Cemetery. GUARDIAN WEST 41 & N MacArthur 236-8558


The Sunday Oklahoman - May 10, 1992, Page: 26
    SNOW Leo R., age 85, of OKC, passed away 5-8-1992, after a lengthy illness. He was a member of the Kentucky Ave. Baptist Church. He had been a resident of the OKC area most of his life.
    He was preceded in death by his wife, Hazel, in Feb. 1988. He is survived by his son, Don and wife, Sharon Snow of OKC; and his daughters, Betty and her husband, Clyde Rickard of OKC, and Bobbie and her husband, Harold Inman; also his sisters, Inez Dallas of OKC and Pauline Freeman of Pawnee, Ok.; also 8 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Monday, 5-11-1991, graveside at Sunny Lane Cemetery. Directed by Hunter Funeral Home.


Publication Date: August 12, 1992 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 30

    STEWART Ralph A., age 85, of OKC, died August 10, 1992. Mr. Stewart was born June 9, 1907 in Kirksville, Mo. to John Bradley and Alice Newman Stewart. The family moved to Kiowa Co., Ok. in 1908. Ralph retired from Tinker AFB in 1971. He was an active member of Rancho Village Baptist Church in OKC. He is survived by his wife, Bertha, of the home; three sons, Kelly Jump, Necedah, Wi., Ronald Jump, Prospect Heights, Il. and John Stewart of Choctaw; three daughters, Ruth Fisher of Midwest City, Linda Stewart of Choctaw and Sara Lamberson of Colorado Springs, Co.; a sister, Lelia Meyers of Cooperton, Ok.; sixteen grandchildren and eighteen great grandchildren; and many relatives and friends. Ralph was preceded in death by Nina Inman Stewart, his wife of 42 years; one child; one grandchild; two brothers and five sisters. Services will be 10:00 a.m. Thursday, August 13, 1992 at the First Baptist Church of Nicoma Park with burial at Arlington Memory Gardens.


Publication Date: September 03, 1992 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 34

    HERROLD Clifford Hollis, was born on December 6, 1913 to Ames and Maude (Davis) Herrold, at Luther, Oklahoma. He died on September 1, 1992 at his home in Edmond, Ok. at the age of 78. Mr. Herrold became a member of the Church of Christ in his teen years. He served in World War II from 1941 to 1945. He graduated from high school at Luther, Ok., received his B.A. Degree from Central Oklahoma University, his Master's degree from Colorado State College, Greeley, Co. and his Doctor's Degree in Art Education from Stanford University, Palo Alto, Ca. He was an educator. He taught in elementary schools in Oklahoma and was an art professor at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls for 31 years, retiring in 1978. He was an accomplished jewelry designer and has exhibited his art work and jewelry in art shows internationally. He is survived by three sisters, Evelyn Cook of Luther, Ok., Leona Inman of Edmond, Ok. and Ruth Nelson of Bartlesville, Ok.; one niece, six nephews and numerous cousins and other relatives. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Cancer Research or your favorite charity. Services will be 10am Thursday, at the Baggerley Memorial Chapel, with burial in Gracelawn Cemetery, Edmond.


BOBBY BEAR

    Bobby Ray Bear, 32, of Bristow, died Friday as the result of an automobile accident.
    Funeral services were held 10:30 a.m., Monday, at the First Free Will Baptist Church of Bristow with the Rev. Gene Jackson officiating.
    Burial followed at Forty-Four Cemetery in Bristow under the direction of Schumacher Funeral Home of Bristow.
    He was a member of the First Free Will Baptist church of Bristow. Bear married Linda Sue Carter on Oct. 20, 1990, and he was employed by the City of Tulsa.
    Survivors include his wife, Linda; mother, Barbara Bear of Edpew; sons Eddie Mac Smith Bear of Bristow and Shane Bear of Miami; step-daughter, Reginia Drye of the home; brothers Toby bear of Bristow, Ted Bear of Tulsa and Roger Inman of Stroud; sister Robie Jean Weatherford of Bristow; and maternal grandmother Lottie Inman of Depew.

September 22, 1992 - Sapulpa Herald Creek Co. OK.


March 20, 1993 - Source: The Saturday Oklahoman, Page: 11
    BOWLBY S/Sgt. Edward R. Jr., (Ret.), born Jan. 7, 1939, died March 13, 1993 in El Paso, Tx. After graduation from Classen High School in 1959, he served in the US Army for 20 years. He was preceded in death by his mother, Rosemary and his father, Edward R. Sr. He is survived by 5 children, E. Reed III of Atlanta, Ga., Mark Bowlby and Tamara Inmon, both of OKC, Scott and Heidi, both of Cocoa, Fl.; He is also survived by 2 brothers, William C. and David C. of OKC; 3 grandchildren Courtney Inmon of OKC, Andrew and Michael Bowlby of Cocoa, Fl.; 2 aunts and several nieces and nephews. Interment will be at Ft. Bliss National Cemetery, El Paso, Tx. A memorial service will be held at Penn Ave. Christian Church at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, March 21, Rev. Dwain Sandlin officiating.

March 21, 1993 - Source: The Sunday Oklahoman, Page: 20
    BOWLBY S/Sgt. Edward R. Jr., (Ret.), born Jan. 7, 1939, died March 13, 1993 in El Paso, Tx. After graduation from Classen High School in 1959, he served in the US Army for 20 years. He was preceded in death by his mother, Rosemary and his father, Edward R. Sr. He is survived by 5 children, E. Reed III of Atlanta, Ga., Mark Bowlby and Tamara Inmon, both of OKC, Scott and Heidi, both of Cocoa, Fl.; He is also survived by 2 brothers, William C. and David C. of OKC; 3 grandchildren Courtney Inmon of OKC, Andrew and Michael Bowlby of Cocoa, Fl.; 2 aunts and several nieces and nephews. Interment will be at Ft. Bliss National Cemetery, El Paso, Tx. A memorial service will be held at Penn Ave. Christian Church at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, March 21, Rev. Dwain Sandlin officiating.


Fout, Eula J., b. Oct 10, 1917 d. Jun 02, 1993; children - Cleo Naomi Kirk, Joyce Cando, Laura Neff, Sharon Inman, Dolphis, David, Larry, Leo, Gearl, Johnny. Parents - Mayfield.

Source unknown.


Publication Date: July 01, 1993 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 30

    GUSTAFSON Madelyn, age 82, of El Reno, died June 29, 1993 at the Spanish Cove Retirement Village in Yukon. Mrs. Gustafson was born Oct. 25, 1910 at Hobart, Ok. She attended public schools at Hobart and was a graduate of Hobart High School. Mrs. Gustafson moved to El Reno in 1928. She was retired from civil service, having worked as a clerk for the Canadian County Selective Service Board. Mrs. Gustafson was a member of the Wesley United Methodist Church, United Methodist Women Circle 1, the Chrysanthemum Garden Club, Christian Women's Club of Canadian County, AARP, and National Ass'n. of Retired Federal Employees. She was a former member of Okla. Retired Citizen's Travel Club, the El Reno Downtown BP&W, and Parkview Hospital Ladies Auxiliary (Pink Ladies). Mrs. Gustafson was preceded in death by her husband, Oliver B. Gustafson. Survivors include her son, state senator, Bill Gustafson and his wife, Kay, of El Reno; sister, Virginia L. Weed and her husband, Alva of OKC; 3 grandchildren, Patricia Akiyoshi of Elk Grove, Ca., Cindi Inman of OKC, and William G. Gustafson II of OKC; 7 great grandchildren. Services will be 10:00 a.m. Thursday, July 1 in the Wesley United Methodist Church in El Reno, Dr. Guy C. Ames III, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in the El Reno Cemetery. Services under the direction of Wilson Funeral Home.


Tulsa World - October 13, 1993, Page: N3
    HOLDENVILLE _ Craig Anthony Inman, 28, student, formerly of Holdenville, died Sunday in Edmond. Services 1:30 p.m. Thursday, First Baptist Church. Hudson.


Publication Date: November 24, 1993 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 31

    WILKINSON Eunice E., 78, of MWC, passed away Nov. 23, 1993. Born August 10, 1915. Survived by 2 sons, Cap Wilkinson and Charlie Wilkinson, both of MWC; a brother, Bill Inman, Nicoma Park; a sister, Colleen Lee, Duncan, Ok. Services 1:00 p.m. Friday, November 26, 1993 at the Bill Eisenhour N.E. Chapel with burial at Arlington Memory Gardens.


Tulsa World - December 16, 1993, Page: N3
Marriage Licenses (Tulsans unless otherwise noted)
Regina Inman, 30, of Mounds; Stephen Ritchie, 34.


Tulsa World - December 28, 1993, Page: N3
Divorces
INMAN, Lance vs. Sabra.


Tulsa World - December 30, 1993, Page: N3
    STILWELL _ Bertha Inman, 67, homemaker, died Tuesday. Services 2 p.m. Friday, Sequoyah Baptist Church.


Tulsa World - January 10, 1994, Page: N3
    INMAN, Lois Jean, 66, retired bookkeeper, died Saturday. Memorial services 6 p.m. Tuesday, Floral Haven Chapel, Broken Arrow.


February 24, 1994 - Source: Tulsa World, Page: N3
OWASSO _ James W. Inmon, 82, retired Amoco Corp. worker, died Wednesday. Services 2 p.m. Friday, Glorious Church Fellowship, Collinsville. Mowery.


Tulsa World - March 26, 1994, Page: N6
Marriage Licenses (Tulsans unless otherwise noted)
Tanya Inman, 21; Joel Woods, 19, both of Owasso.


Tulsa World - June 29, 1994, Page: N2
    Hart. _ Cora Mills Denny Inman, 98, homemaker, died Tuesday. Graveside services 10 a.m. Friday, Tahlequah City Cemetery. Reed-Culver

Tulsa World - July 01, 1994, Page: N2
    TAHLEQUAH _ Cora Edith Inman, 98, homemaker, died Tuesday. Graveside services 10 a.m. Friday, Tahlequah City Cemetery. Reed-Culver.


Publication Date: July 14, 1994 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 33

    GOFF Hazel, was born March 21, 1908 in Chickasha, Ok. She died July 12, 1994. One of eight children born to Rebecca and Alex Smith, Hazel was a lifelong resident of Chickasha. Throughout her long life, she distinguished herself as a generous, intelligent and remarkable woman. Hazel married her beloved husband, Ben Goff in 1932. Hazel and Ben were both active in the Democratic Party. Hazel served as secretary of the Grady County Democratic Party, while Ben served as county attorney of Grady County, on the Chickasha City Council and later as United States Commissioner at Chickasha. After Ben's death in 1944, Hazel supported her two small children, being appointed by Governor Robert S. Kerr as county tag agent and later became a legal secretary for Allen & Pain. In 1948, Hazel became official court reporter for the Fifth Judicial District of Ok. and served with District Judge L.A. Wood. She then served with Judge Sam Williams until their retirement in 1978. During her more than 30 years of service, Hazel was recognized as the "Best District Court Reporter" in Ok. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Chickasha. She is survived by her sister, Geneva Browne of Whittier, Ca.; her son, Ben A. Goff and his wife, Carmen Goff of Dallas, TX.; her daughter, Carol Inman of MWC; and her grandchildren, Benjamin A. Goff and his wife, Teresa, Brentwood, TN., Kevan Goff-Parker and her husband, John Parker, OKC, Bruce Goff, OKC, Jimmy Goff, Dallas, TX., Carol Lee and Mary K. Inman, MWC; and 4 great grandsons. Services 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the chapel at Sevier Funeral Home, Chickasha, Ok. Burial, Rose Hill Cemetery.


    Lloyd C. WELCH, 92 of Oklahoma City, died August 23, 1994. He was born November 1, 1901 at Coyle, Oklahoma to James and Zella INMAN WELCH.
    He was retired from Tinker Air Force Base and was of the Baptist faith.
    He is survived by his wife, Wanda and two sons of Shawnee.
    He was preceded in death by a son, James WELCH.
    Graveside services were held August 25 at Meeker with Rev. Tom Lonas officiating. 

Source: Clayton Today, Clayton, Pushmataha County, OK, Published July 21, 1994


Tulsa World - November 09, 1994, Page: N2
(Tulsans unless otherwise noted)
Lisa Inman, 21; Guzman Valdez, 22.


Tulsa World - December 27, 1994, Page: N2
    HARTSHORNE -- Alberta Roberts Inman, 91, homemaker, died Saturday. Services 2 p.m. Tuesday, Mills Funeral Chapel.


Tulsa World - January 24, 1995, Page: N2
Divorces Asked
INMAN, Stuart vs. Mary.


Tulsa World - February 28, 1995, Page: N2
    HEAVENER -- Juanita E. Inman, 72, homemaker, died Monday. Services 2 p.m. Tuesday, Heavener Christian Church. Dowden.


Tulsa World - March 18, 1995, Page: N2
    STILLWATER -- Cora May (Inman) Wilson, 82, hospital cafeteria worker, died Friday. Services 10:30 Monday, Strode Funeral Home Chapel.


Tulsa World - July 12, 1995, Page: N2
    INMAN, Roberta A. "Billie," 63, Tulsa Regional Medical Center employee, died Tuesday. Graveside services 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Floral Haven Memorial Gardens.


Tulsa World - August 11, 1995, Page: N4
Babies were born to these parents, who live in Tulsa unless indicated:
Hillcrest Medical Center
Melissa Bousman and Chad Inman, Broken Arrow, boy.


Tulsa World - September 01, 1995, Page: N2
Divorces
INMAN, Lance from Sabra.


Source: Tulsa World - September 17, 1995, Page: N20
Babies were born to these parents, who live in Tulsa unless indicated:
Hillcrest Medical Center
Jill Inman, Sapulpa, boy.

Tulsa World - September 18, 1995, Page: N2
Jill Inman, Sapulpa, boy.


Tulsa World - October 04, 1995, Page: N2
Divorces granted
INMAN, Gerri from James Butts


Tulsa World - November 07, 1995, Page: N2
Marriage Licenses (Tulsans unless otherwise noted)
Paula Inman, 37; John Rule II, 43.


Tulsa World - December 10, 1995, Page: N28
    GENTRY, Ark.-- Billie Mazolla Inman, 72, died Saturday. Services 4 p.m. Monday, Wasson Memorial Chapel, Siloam Springs, Ark.


Tulsa World - January 26, 1996, Page: A2
    Chance Jacob Gaines, infant son of Danyeil Marie Inman and Toby Lee Gaines, died Thursday. Services pending. Stumpff.

Tulsa World - January 27, 1996, Page: A2
    BARTLESVILLE -- Chance Jacob Gaines, infant son of Danyeil Marie b and Toby Lee Gaines, died Thursday. Graveside services 10 a.m. Monday, Memorial Park Cemetery. Stumpff.


Publication Date: April 11, 1996 Source: The Daily Oklahoman Page: 36

    BALDWIN Paul Franklin, 89, died April 9, 1996. Born May 24, 1906 in Clay Co. Tx. to Walter May and Nollie Inman Baldwin. He is survived by his wife, Christie, of the home; a brother, Carl & wife, Marie Baldwin of Waco, Tx; sisters, Ann Nutter of San Angelo, Tx & Ione Willis of Ft. Worth, Tx; several nieces & nephews. Paul came to OKC early 1920, from Sentinel, Ok, working at Bond Bakery. He served 4 years in WWII in the Navy on the USS Ranier, an ammunitions ship in the South Pacific. After the war, he was employed with the Postal Service, retiring May 31, 1971. Paul was a 50 year member in Natl. Assoc. of Letter Carriers, Branch 458; member of NARFE; and belonged to Masonic Craft 37; member over 50 years of Amity Lodge; also served several years on the Board of U.S. Federal Employees Credit Union. He attended Penn Ave Christian Church where he was a member of the Men's Class. Services will be 1:00 p.m. Thursday, at Guardian Midtown Chapel with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery.


Tulsa World - April 12, 1996, Page: A2
    NOWATA -- Sherlotta Virginia "Lottie" Inman, 75, former employee of Eastern State Hospital in Vinita, died Wednesday. Graveside services 10 a.m. Saturday, Nowata Memorial Park Cemetery. Benjamin Funeral Service.


    INMAN Bill Cody, 69, of Choctaw, passed away May 12, 1996. He was a member of the Nicoma Park 1st Baptist Church. Bill served in the U.S. Army during WWII & later was employed & retired from civil service as the Foreman of the machine shop at Tinker AFB. He is survived by 1 son, James Codie Inman & wife, Carol of Marlow, Ok.; 2 daughters, Lorie Ann Inman & Cloressia Gayle Inman, both of Nicoma Park; 3 granddaughters, Jennifer Renee' & Sara Nicole of Marlow & Feather Ka Dawn of Nicoma Park; 1 sister, Colleen Lee of Duncan; and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives & friends. Preceded in death by his wife, Ettie Phillip Inman; daughter, Eva LaNell Inman; 3 sisters & 1 brother. Services will be 10:00 a.m. Wed. at Soldier Creek Baptist Church in MWC with a 2:30 p.m. committal service at Letitia Cemetery near Duncan.

Publication Date: May 14, 1996 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 26


Tulsa World - May 31, 1996, Page: A2
    INMAN, Sharon C., 97, retired carpenter, died Thursday. Services 1 p.m. Saturday, Moore's Eastlawn Funeral Chapel.

Tulsa World - June 01, 1996, Page: A2
    INMAN, Sharon C., 97, retired carpenter, died Thursday. Services 1 p.m. Saturday, Moore's Eastlawn Funeral Home Chapel.


Publication Date: June 13, 1996 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 33

    HAIL Margaret Pemberton, of Okla. City, died Monday afternoon, June 10, 1996, at St. Anthony Hospital, born February 21, 1908 in Hobart, Ok. to George Taylor and Pearl Elizabeth Pemberton. She married Otho R. Hail Dec. 24, 1944, who preceded her in death May 24, 1986. She was also preceded in death by her parents; 3 brothers, Joseph, John Ogden, and George B. Pemberton. She is survived by sons, Frank J. Wilkins and wife, Jo of Peoria, Il, David P. Hail and his wife, Dianne of San Antonio, Tx; daughter, Margaret Ann Ritchie and her husband, Robert W. of San Antonio, Tx; grandchildren, Kaye Lynn Johnson, Linda Jo Aasgaard, John D. Wilkins, Gail M. Pianalto, Robert D. Wilkins, Brian D. Hail, Eric J. Inman, Jennifer Ann Ritchie and Cory B. Ritchie; 6 great grandchildren; sister-in-law, Drucilla Pemberton; and special friend, Mary Jeanne Hansen; nieces and nephews. Margaret graduated from Northwestern University, Evanston, Il. in 1939, was in Phi Mu Social Sorority; also a member of St. Paul's Cathedral, Okla. City Civil War Round Table; First Families of the Twin Territories; the Okla. 1889 Society; Okla. Genealogical Society; Okla. Historical Society; Friends of the OHS Archives and Civic Music Association. She held associate memberships in United Daughters of the Confederacy; Daughters of the American Revolution and Beta Nu Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota. Services will be 2:00 p.m. Friday, June 14, at St. Paul's Cathedral Chapel with burial in Fairlawn Cemetery. The family requests memorial donations to St. Paul's Cathedral Reconstruction Fund or memorial of donor's choice.


From The Daily Oklahoman.
    Steele, Ina O. (Robison), loving mother and a grandmother, passed away August 31, 1996. She was born January 8, 1911 in Covington, OK, to Thomas and Mae (Inman) Robison.
    After moving to Bethany, Ina married Jesse L. Steele March 17, 1931. To that union were born, Emma Lou, Doretta and Bob and, along with Jess's 7 children, they became a family.
    In 1932 the family moved to a farm in Calumet, returning to Bethany in 1940. Ina worked at Douglas Aircraft Plant in the war effort. The family moved to Yukon in 1946 where she lived until 1990 when she came to reside with Emma Lou in Bethany.
    Ina was a homemaker and enjoyed cooking for the family, especially apricot cobbler from the tree in the backyard. Her favorite past time was working crossword puzzles in 'ink.' Mrs. Steele was preceded in death by her husband, Jesse L. Steele; sons, Robert 'Bob' Steele, Buddy Steele and Lee O. Steele; daughter, Joy Berry; sisters, Celena Smith and Neoma Perrin; brothers, Robert H. and Thomas J. Robison. Ina is survived by daughters, Doretta Morgan, Emma Lou Horn and Jackie Townsend; sons, Ben, Roy and J. W. Steele; sisters, Goldie Morris and Verna Deming. Ina was blessed with 10 grandsons, 10 granddaughters and a host of great-grandchildren.
    Funeral services will be held Wed. Sept. 4 at 3:30 pm in the Smith & Turner Chapel in Yukon with burial in the Bethany Cemetery.

Publication Date: September 03, 1996 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 22

    STEELE Ina G. (Robison), loving mother and grandmother passed away August 31, 1996. She was born January 8, 1911 in Covington, OK to Thomas & Mae (Inman) Robison. After moving to Bethany, Ina married Jesse L. Steele March 17, 1931. To that union 3 children were born Emma Lou, Doretta & Bob & along with Jesse's 7 children they became a family. In 1932 the family moved to a farm in Calumet, returning to Bethany in 1940. Ina worked at Douglas Aircraft Plant in the war effort. The family moved to Yukon in 1946 where she lived until 1990 when she came to reside with Emma Lou in Bethany. Ina was a homemaker and enjoyed cooking for the family, especially apricot cobbler from the tree in the backyard. Her favorite past time was working crossword puzzles in "ink". Mrs. Steele was preceded in death by her husband, Jesse L. Steele, daughter, Joy Berry sisters, Celena Smith & Neoma Perrin, brothers Robert H. & Thomas J. Robison. Ina is survived by daughters, Doretta Morgan, Emma Lou Horn & Jackie Townsend, sons Ben, Roy & J.W. Steele, sisters, Goldie Morris & Verna Deming. Ina was blessed with 10 grandsons, 10 granddaughters and a host of great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wed. Sept. 4 at 3:30pm in the Smith & Turner Capel in Yukon with burial in the Bethany Cemetery.

Publication Date: September 04, 1996 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 26

    STEELE Ina O. (Robison), loving mother and grandmother, passed away August 31, 1996. She was born January 8, 1911 in Covington, Ok. to Thomas & Mae (Inman) Robison. After moving to Bethany, Ina married Jesse L. Steele March 17, 1931. To that union 3 children were born, Emma Lou, Doretta & Bob and, along with Jesse's 7 children, they became a family. In 1932 the family moved to a farm in Calumet, returning to Bethany in 1940. Ina worked at Douglas Aircraft Plant in the war effort. The family moved to Yukon in 1946 where she lived until 1990 when she came to reside with Emma Lou in Bethany. Ina was a homemaker and enjoyed cooking for the family, especially apricot cobbler from the tree in the backyard. Her favorite past time was working crossword puzzles in "ink". Mrs. Steele was preceded in death by her husband, Jesse L. Steele; sons, Robert "Bob" Steele, Buddy Steele & Lee O. Steele; daughter, Joy Berry; sisters, Celena Smith & Neoma Perrin, brothers, Robert H. & Thomas J. Robison. Ina is survived by daughters, Doretta Morgan, Emma Lou Horn & Jackie Townsend; sons, Ben, Roy & J. W. Steele; sisters, Goldie Morris & Verna Deming. Ina was blessed with 10 grandsons, 10 granddaughters and a host of great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wed. Sept. 4 at 3:30pm in the Smith & Turner Chapel in Yukon with burial in the Bethany Cemetery.


Tulsa World - September 06, 1996, Page: A2
    INMAN, Peggy, 65, homemaker, died Thursday. Graveside services 10 a.m. Friday, Park Grove Cemetery. Heath-Griffith.


Tulsa World - September 10, 1996, Page: A2
    HALLETT -- Mable Dillard Inman, 75, homemaker, died Saturday. Services 10 a.m. Tuesday, First Christian Church. Chapman-Black, Cleveland.


Tulsa World - September 18, 1996, Page: A2
Marriage Licenses
(Tulsans unless otherwise noted)
Stephanie Smith, 23; Lance Inman, 25, both of Coweta.


Publication Date: November 04, 1996 Source: The Daily Oklahoman   Page: 20

    INMON, Alvy Delanah. Services will be 2:00 Monday at the First Baptist Church in Velma, OK with the Rev. Dwight Hawkins officiating. Interment will be at Old Velma Cemetery. Delanah (who was also nicknamed Amos) was the son of Alvy V. Inmon and Idabelle Caldwell Inmon. Born on November 12, 1912 at Pilot Point, TX, Delanah and his family traveled between Texas and Oklahoma much of his childhood, finally settling in Duncan, Oklahoma. After living in California for a number of years, Delanah returned to Oklahoma in 1986 and lived in Midwest City until the time of death on Oct. 30, 1996. Alvy had received The highest honors given for voluntary service by the Boy Scouts of America (The Silver Beaver Award) and by the Alta Loma Masonic Lodge (The Hiram Award) in addition, Delanah maintained an active role with the 4th Marine Division. He loved history, genealogy quilts, fishing, and the outdoors, good country cookin, bagpipes, Chet Atkins and Bluegrass music. He is survived by his former wife, Phyllis Murphy Inmon Fernau (of Borrego Springs, CA) two daughters: Nancy and Bob Brakke (of Tacoma, WA) Paula and Dennis Lebow (of Snohomish, WA) one son: Jack and Lane Inmon (of Tacoma, WA) and seven grandchildren: Brent and Brooke Brakke: David, Whitney, and Jessica Inmon, and Katy and Rosie Lebow. One beloved sister Quzella Sprague, Midwest City, OK. Memorials: Shriners Children Hospital. Services by: Milburn Funeral Home, Ratliff City, OK.


Tulsa World - November 15, 1996, Page: A2
Marriage Licenses (Tulsans unless otherwise noted)
Melissa Bousman, 19; Chad Inman, 23.


Publication Date: November 26, 1996 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 07

    LUDWICK Becky Linda, age 75, passed away Nov. 24, 1996 in Okla. city. She was born Oct 25, 1921 in Broken Arrow, Ok. to Joseph and Mary Inman. Becky was loved by all her friends and family members. She is survived by a sister, Dorothy Wooten of Colton, Ca; daughters, Linda Brazell and husband Gerald, Mary Goss and husband David; 4 sons, Ansil, Joe, John, and Jim Ludwick; grandchildren, Anne Marie Liles, Theresa Hinkel, Laura Kay Ludwick, Jerry Brazell, Dana Brazell, Bryan, Jennifer Ludwick, Andrea Ludwick, and Renee Goss; great grandchildren, Casey and Bailey Hinkel, and Lauren Brazell. Graveside service 11 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26, at Rose Hill Burial Park in Okla. City.


Publication Date: March 07, 1997 Source: The Daily Oklahoman  Page: 28

    BAILEY Mrs. Norma Rae, 73, of Del City, passed away Wed., March 5, 1997. She was born in OKC March 14, 1923 to Archie M. and Jessie Z. Wilson. She married Harry Bailey on Aug. 19, 1960 in Guthrie, Ok. and, before becoming a homemaker, worked 18 years for Civil Service at TAFB. She was a 1941 graduate of Classen High School, a member of Meadowood Baptist Church, had attended Kansas City Art Institute, and loved to do pencil sketchings and charcoal drawings. She is survived by her husband, Harry, of the home; 3 daughters and sons-in-law, Rhealee & Dan Inman, Park City, Ut, Regina & Stephen Koonce, Moore, Ok. and Renee & Patrick Fairley, Del City, Ok; 1 beloved grandson, Jonathon Cubstead of Del City; a sister, Mildred Brockhaus, Lexington, Ok. Graveside services will be 2:00 p.m. Friday, March 7, at Chapel Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Norma's name to Best Friends Animal Sanctuary, Kanab, Ut 84741-5001.


Tulsa World - April 19, 1997, Page: A2
    Delaware -- Claude A. Inman, 69, retired Nowata County employee, died Friday. Services pending. Benjamin Funeral Service, Nowata. Fairfax

Tulsa World - April 20, 1997, Page: A20
    Delaware -- Claude A. Inman, 69, retired from Nowata County, died Friday. Services 2 p.m. Monday, First Baptist Church, Nowata. Benjamin, Nowata.


Tulsa World - May 01, 1997, Page: A2
Babies were born to these parents, who live in Tulsa unless indicated:
Hillcrest Medical Center
Shawnna and John Inman, Kellyville, boy.


Tulsa World - July 17, 1997, Page: A2
    Nowata -- Dora M. Inman, 92, homemaker, died Tuesday. Services 10 a.m. Friday, First Baptist Church. Stumpff-Nowata.


ANDREW JACKSON INMAN DIES AT HOME OF NEPHEW

    Andrew Jackson Inman passed away Wednesday afternoon at 4:45 o'clock at the home of his nephew, J. E. Inman, 3 miles east of the city. He formerly resided near Oglesby but when taken ill was removed to the home of his nephew so that he might receive better medical attention.


Erik Lee Johnson

    Erik Lee Johnson, son of Michael and Shellie (Inman) Johnson of Meeker, was stillborn at a local hospital Monday.
    Graveside service will be 1 p.m. Thursday at Trinity Chapel of Resthaven Memorial Park. The Rev. Rick Harrison will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of Resthaven Funeral Home.
    Erik is survived by his parents, Michael and Shellie Johnson, and brother, Zachary Johnson, of Meeker; grandparents, Ron and Nora Inman, Tecumseh; Carla Hubbard, Oklahoma City; aunt, Violet Kubicek, Tecumseh; aunt and uncle, Stephanie and David Hubbard, Oklahoma City, and many other relatives.

The Shawnee News-Star 2/4/1998


SPINKS

    Tressie Mae SPINKS was born August 20, 1936 to John David and Gladys INMAN SPINKS in Westville, and departed this life to be with her Lord on June 26, 1998 at St. John's Medical Center in Tulsa at the age of 61 years, 10 months and 5 days.
    Tressie married G. B. EAGLETON on September 2, 1955 in Camden, Okla. They made their first home in Tulsa for six years before moving to Westville in 1961, where they have resided since. 
    Unto their union were born three children, Sheryl, Sheila and David. Tressie was a a member of the Westville Pentecostal Holiness Church for the past 37 years, where she served as church secretary. Tressie felt extremely blessed to have all of her children and grandchildren attend the same church with her. 
    She leaves behind a loving family consisting of her faithful husband of almost 43 years, G. B. EAGLETON of the home; three children, Sheryl, Sheila and David; seven beautiful grandchildren, Jeremy, Jordon, Ashleigh, Melissa, Philip, Chad and Kristan. She is also survived by one sister, Ida Sue of Mo., and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives, and many friends. Tressie is preceded in death by both parents, John David and Gladys SPINKS, and one brother Jack SPINKS. 
    Funeral services were held Tuesday, June 30, 1998 at 10 a.m. in the Roberts Funeral Home Chapel in Westville with Bro. Lynn ICE of Moore and Bro. Audie VAUGHN of Westville officiating. Interment followed in the Westville Cemetery under the direction of Roberts Funeral Home. 

Source: Stilwell Democrat Journal-July Thursday, July 9, 1998 


    Obituary: Inman, William F., 54, wholesale jeweler, died Sunday. Services 11 a.m. Friday. Floral Haven, Broken Arrow.

Source: Tulsa World - September 29-30, 1998


The Daily Oklahoman, January 30, 1999

    Bartlesville -- Claudine R. (Coombs) Inman, 64, retired from Southwestern Bell Telephone Co., died Thursday. Grave- side services 10 a.m. Monday, Silverlake Cemetery. Neekamp. 


WANDA INMAN POLITTE, 69, of Claremore, died today, March 5, 1999. Services pending, Musgrove-Merriott-Smith Funeral Service.

Claremore Progress 


The Daily Oklahoman, March 25, 1999

INMAN, Louise, 74. Homemaker. Services Friday (Stumpff).


Amy Inman and Arnold R. Simon, Jr., girl.

Source: Tulsa World - May 24, 1999


Allen Leon INMAN, age 64

born: 3-27-1935 in Sasakwa, Seminole, OK
died: 5-26-1999 in Oklahoma City, OK
buried: Little Cemetery north of Seminole, OK
Parents: Odas Lee and Anna Lee (ALLEN) Inman, dec'd
Son: Allen Dwayne Inman, d. 12/1964

Survived by:
Spouse: Edna Mae STREETER (m. 8-20-1956 in Ada, Pontotoc, OK)
Dtr: Sheila UNDERWOOD of Seminole, OK
Dtr: Teresa BAKER of Meeker, OK
Brother: Jimmy W. Inman of Holdenville, Hughes, OK
Brother: Robert Lee Inman of Ada, Pontotoc, OK

Published 5-27-1999 in "The Seminole Producer"

Allen Leon Inman

    Seminole County resident Allen Leon Inman died Wednesday at an Oklahoma City hospital. He was 64.
Inman was born March 27, 1935, in Sasakwa to Odas Lee and Anna Lee (Allen) Inman.
He married Edna Mae Streeter on Aug. 20, 1956, in Ada.
He worked as shipping manager for Carlon-Lamson-Session until his retirement in
January of 1995. He was a member of the Temple Baptist Church in Shawnee.
Survivors include his wife of the home; daughters, Sheila Underwood, Seminole, and Teresa Baker, Meeker; brothers, Jimmy W. Inman, Holdenville, and Robert Lee Inman, Ada; nine grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Inman was preceded in death by his parents and son, Allen Dwayne Inman in December of 1964.
Services will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Temple Baptist Church, with the Rev. Mike Craig and the Rev. C.L. Thomas officiating. Burial will be at Little Cemetery under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home.

Shawnee News-Star Online


    Obituary: -- Shirley Irene Inman, 68, homemaker, died Sunday. Services 2 p.m. Thursday, First Baptist Church. Benjamin.

Source: Tulsa World - August 17, 1999


Lillie O. Straw

   Mrs. Lillie O. Straw, 91, resident of Nowata, died at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the Nowata Nursing home.
    Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the Mt. Washington Cemetery at Lenapah with the Rev. LaVern Draper officiating. Graveside services and Interment will be under the direction of the Stumpff Nowata Funeral Home.
    A memorial has been established to: 10-33 Emergency Team, 321 E. Cherokee, Nowata, 74048.
    Mrs. Straw was born Jan. 27, 1908 to John G. and Ella (Hunt) Inman. She was raised and educated in the Nowata area. She married Homer L. Straw on Jan. 29, 1929 at Delaware and they made their home on the South Fork of the Double Creek from 1929 to 1979. She was active with her husband in farming and ranching. Mrs. Straw was a member of the First Christian Church of Nowata.
    Mrs. Straw is survived by three son, Harry Straw of Lenapah, Don Straw of Nowata and Jim Straw of Bartlesville; and six grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband on March 18, 1997; six brothers, Louis, Oscar, Jim, Clarence, Claude, Ernest and J. Wood Inman; two sisters, Phoebe McCall and Elsie Gambell.

Bartlesville Examiner Enterprise, Sunday, September 12, 1999


Opal Clare

    Funeral for Opal Geneva Clare, 81, Lawton will be at 2:30 p.m. today at Becker Funeral Home Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Don Barnes, pastor of First Assembly of god, officiating.
    Mrs. Clare died Thursday (10/28/1999) at her home.
    Burial will be Monday at Sunset Memorial Gardens.
    She was born June 26, 1918, in Retrop, to Dr. Joseph Wesley Ensey and Ruby Estelle Inman. She graduated from high school in Retrop. She married W. S. "Jack" Clare on June 26, 1936, in Sentinel. He died Dec. 6, 1998. The couple moved to Lawton in 1938. She attended Cameron College. She received her vocational home economics degree from Oklahoma A&M, Stillwater, in 1947, and her master's degree from the University of Oklahoma, Norman, in 1965. She was employed as a vocational home economics teacher at Central Junior High and Tomlinson Junior High schools. She retired from Lawton Public Schools June 1, 1981. She was an evangelist and Bible teacher. She received an honorary Exhorter License with the Church of God. She played the organ, piano and sang with her husband. She was active in Lawton civic organizations and business events. She was a member of the Lawton Women's Forum and Women Sharing in Christ and Rogers Lane Church of God.
    Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law: Maryestelle and Carl Fred Bishop, Lawton, a sister, Frances LaDonna Hines, Hammon; two half sisters: Rosa Bea Johnson, Elk City; and Artilena Mooney, Dolores, Colo., three grandsons and two granddaughters-in-law: Jack Wesley and Darisha Bishop and James William and Lara Beth Bishop, all of Lawton; three great-grandchildren: Jared Wesley Bishop, Jamin William bishop and Tyler Conrad Bishop; and a step-granddaughter, NaTosha Hamm.
    Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Lawton Area, P. O. Box 2074, Lawton 73502.

Source: The Lawton Constitution, Oct. 30?, 1999


    Obituary: -- Charles Edward Inman, 73, home builder, died Saturday. Services 2 p.m. Wednesday, Lescher-Millsap Funeral Home Chapel. 

Source: Tulsa World - November 16, 1999


    Obituary: -- Ellis Inman Jr., 79, farmer and rancher, died Tuesday. Services pending. Luginbuel. 

Source: Tulsa World - November 17, 1999


    Obituary: Bartlesville -- Fred L. Inman, 53, owner and operator of Inman Excavation, died Friday. Services 1 p.m. Monday, New Harmony Baptist Church. Stumpff. 

Source: Tulsa World - December 05, 1999


    Obituary: McAlester -- Carol Elaine Inman, 54, photograph processor, died Wednesday. Services pending. Bishop. 

Source: Tulsa World - February 24, 2000


    Frances Aeline Finley, 85 of Anadarko was born Jan. 27, 1915 in Anadarko to Harrison and Ibbie Orvaline (Inman) Nowland and died Thursday, April 6, 2000 at Silver Crest Manor in Anadarko.
    She married Andrew J. Finley, Jan 4, 1926 (1936?) in Chickasha. He preceded her in death July 2, 1989.
    She grew up in the Anadarko area and attended Anadarko schools. She worked as a dietician at Grady Memorial Hospital for many years. She was a member of the Baptist Church. She loved to cook and sea, and enjoyed the Senior Citizens Center activities in Verden. She made many quilts before arthritic hands caused her to quit.
    Burial was in the Verden Cemetery under the direction of the Steverson Funeral Home of Anadarko.


Sunday, April 23, 2000 

    Funeral services for Earnest David ANDERSON, 60, of Muldrow were held at 11 a.m. Friday at Victory temple Pentecostal Church in Roland, with the Rev. Andy O'Neal officiating. Burial was in Upper Camp Creek Cemetery, northeast of Muldrow, under the direction of Agent Funeral Home in Muldrow. Mr. ANDERSON was born Feb. 2, 1940, in Chandler, Ariz., to David Monroe ANDERSON and Martha Geneva (BISE) ANDERSON. He died Tuesday, April 18, 2000, in Fort Smith, Ark. He married Shirley A. INMON May 17, 1958, in Dallas. Survivors include his wife, Shirley ANDERSON of the home; one daughter, Stefanie A.; two sons, David G. and Jason D.; two grandsons; four granddaughters; one great-granddaughter; three sisters, Virginia, Lucy and Dorothy; two brothers, Roy and Harvey; and several nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. 

Source: Sequoyah Co. Times


    Obituary: Hartshorne -- Fred Earl Inman, 89, rancher, died Monday, Graveside services 10 a.m. Friday, Elmwood Cemetery. Mills.

Source: Tulsa World - August 04, 2000


Donna R. Murlin/Gunkel
    Coyle resident Donna R. Murlin/Gunkel, 83, died Saturday, Aug. 26, 2000. Services with the Rev. Max Rudd and the Rev. Merl Kinzer officiating will be Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. in Eden Chapel Methodist Church. Interment will follow at Glenwood Cemetery under direction of Strode Funeral Home.
    She was born near Stroud on July 17, 1917, to Hirman and Fannie (Inman) Nash. She married Alva Murlin on Oct. 9, 1933, at Eden Chapel. He died in May 1981.
    She married Wayne Burton on Dec. 3, 1983, in Eden Chapel. He died in 1991. On Sept. 9, 1995, she married Robert Gunkel. 
    She attended schools in Lincoln County and served on the board of Senior Citizens Centers. She loved the music at all area Senior Citizen Centers. She never met a stranger and was a congenial lady who never turned away anyone needing a meal. She was a homemaker and a member of Eden Chapel Methodist Church. She also belonged to the Burton and Pioneer quilting clubs and the Senior Citizens of Perkins.
    In addition to her first two husbands, she was predeceased by her parents; sisters Pauline Franklin and Alice Murlin; brothers Emery Nash, Lee Nash and Pete Nash; a son, Charles; and a great-grandson, Jordon Price.
    She is survived by her husband; one son, Lee Murlin of Stillwater; three daughters, Arlene Matney and Louise Dodson, both of Stillwater, and Joan Perceful of Tryon; one step-daughter, Emma Downey of Coyle; one brother, Joe Abercrombie of Perkins; and two sisters, Ernstine Welter of California and Betty Thomas of Cushing.
    Pallbearers will be Frank Sutliff, Rickey Peters, Mickey Sutliff, Ricky Gunkel, Mike Price, Wes Price, Kenny Murlin and Jeff Nash.
    Honorary pallbearers will be Linford Gunkel, Christopher Murlin, Raymond Nettles, Charles Cook and Joe Burton. 

News Press


    Obituary: Inman, Irene, 74, retired Tulsa Public Schools cook, died Saturday. Graveside
services 2 p.m. Tuesday, Floral Haven Cemetery, Broken Arrow. Heath-Griffith. 

Source: Tulsa World - September 04, 2000


William M. Francis 
    COUNTYLINE -- Services for William Marvin Francis, 82, Velma, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Countyline Freewill Baptist Church with the Rev. L. T. Woodall and the Rev. John
Ballard officiating. Interment will be at Tussy Cemetery under the direction of Bailes-Polk Funeral Home, Duncan.
    Francis was born Aug. 30, 1918, at Wynnewood, to William B. and Dora B. Vineyard Francis. He died Nov. 8, 2000, in Sulphur.
    Reared in Wynnewood, he served with the Army during World War II and married Audra Welch Castleberry Oct. 4, 1949, at Duncan. He worked in the oil fields and owned Francis Cafe in Fox many years.
    Survivors include his wife, of the home; a son, Roy Castleberry, Velma; two daughters, Becky Hatton, Tussy, and Linda Inmon, Velma; two sisters, Maurine Earl, Marysville,
Calif., and Myrtle Lasky, Arlington, Texas; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
    Bearers will be Deon Cavner, J.D. Settles, Greg Belcher, Lester Moore, Rocky Keck and Terry Spivey.

The Daily Ardmoreite 


Georgia L. Patterson 
    Georgie Lee (Inman) Patterson, 67, of Edmond, and formerly of the Bartlesville/Nowata area, died at 1:05 p.m. Monday at the Mercy Health Center in Oklahoma City. 
    Services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the Nowata Memorial Park Cemetery with the Rev. Tom Cox of the New Harmony Baptist Church of Bartlesville officiating. Services and interment will be under the direction of the Stumpff Funeral Home of Bartlesville. 
    Friends who wish may sign the memorial register at the Stumpff-Funeral Home. 
    A memorial has been established to Mercy At Home Hospice, 4300 West Memorial Road, Oklahoma City, OK 73120. 
    Patterson was born Feb. 3, 1933 at Nowata to Alva Lou and Leona Lydia (Fitzgerald) Inman and she reared and received her education in Nowata. She was married to Elon "Pat" Patterson from 1961 until their divorce in 1969. She held various jobs until she became employed with Phillips Petroleum Co. as a secretary until 1998. She had also been active
in her own upholstery business. She made her home in Bartlesville in 1981 until moving to Oklahoma City, Perry and Edmond. 
    Survivors include a daughter, Cheryl Ann of the home in Edmond; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Carl Eugene and Shirley Inman of Chelsea and David Junior and Tracie Inman of Claremore; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Ethel Marie and Wayne Majors of Bartlesville and Darlena R. and Doug Johnston of Edmond; and a number of nieces, nephews and other loved ones. 
    She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, two sisters, and a son, Wesley Gene, in 1961. 

Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise, November 15, 2000


Joe Inman

    Joe Inman, 65, a retired Oklahoma State Trooper, passed away on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2001 at his home in Norman.
    Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2001 at 1 p.m. in the Craig County Baptist Church in Vinita. Visitation will be in the Craig County Baptist Church on Saturday, beginning at 9:30 a.m. until service time.
    Burial will follow in the Fairview Cemetery at Vinita. Services are under the direction of the Davis Funeral Home.
    He was born to David Marion Inman and Elsie Dorothy Tilden Inman on Dec. 19, 1935 in Grove.
    He was reared and educated in several different cities, including Grove, Langley, Vinita and Jay.
    He married to Donna R. Johnston on May 22, 1955 in Quapaw and they had four daughters and one son, Donna, Dorothy, Laura, Deborah, and Joe Jr.
    He had worked in the Vinita Police Department for three years prior to being accepted into the Oklahoma Highway Patrol Academy in 1970. He retired from OHP in 1990.
    One of his true loves, was the Highway Patrol and even following his retirement, he continued to be involved with them. For several years, he served as an instructor at the academy and was also an armorer for the OHP.    
    He was loved by all who knew him and will be missed by his 15 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren, who he loved to be with.
    In addition to law enforcement, he loved the outdoors. He was a member of the Noble Masonic Lodge and was a 32nd Degree Mason with his consistory at Tulsa.    
    He is survived by his wife of over 46 years, Donna of the home in Norman; four daughters, Donna Floyd and her husband Bob of Vinita, Dorothy Inman of the home, Laura Ohrenberg and her husband, Robert of Oklahoma City, and Deborah Henson and her husband James of Oklahoma City; one son, Joseph John
Inman, Jr. of the home; 15 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; one foster child, Mont Huff of Oklahoma City; 4 foster grandchildren; and other relatives and friends.
    In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, David Charles Clinton Inman; one sister, Dorothy Anna Jane Moore, and one grandson, Johnathon Robert Henson.
    Serving as casket bearers will be Robbie Inman, Joe Inman, Jr, Bobby Floyd, Bobby Floyd, Jr., Rodger Floyd, Doug Harrison, Bill Harrison, Jr. and Kyle Ohreuberg.
    Serving as honorary casket bearers will be David Henson, William Inman, Caleb Inman, Jhan Ohrenberg, Sammy Ohrenberg, Zack Carson, Matt Ohrenberg, Harold Floyd, Scott Carson and Mont Huff.
    Memorial contributions may be sent to the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, Alzheimer's Division.
    Condolences may be e-mailed to the Inman family at DaviuFHCushing@aol.com.

Source: Stillwater NewsPress


Mildred T. Hart Inman

    Funeral services for Mildred T. Hart Inman, 90, of Weatherford will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 20, at the First Baptist Church in Hydro, with Rev. Dick Weathers officiating. Burial will follow at the Hydro Masonic Cemetery under the direction of Lockstone Funeral Home of Weatherford. Memorials may be made to the Southwestern Memorial Hospital Building Fund.

Source: Weatherford Daily News - Wednesday March 20, 2002

Mildred T. Hart Inman

    Funeral services for Mildred T. Hart Inman, 90, of Weatherford will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 20, at the First Baptist Church in Hydro, with Rev. Dick Weathers officiating. Burial will follow at the Hydro Masonic Cemetery under the direction of Lockstone Funeral Home of Weatherford.

Source: Weatherford Daily News - Tuesday March 19, 2002


Jewel Kates

    Jewel Junior Kates, 74, Stillwater, died Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2002, at Stillwater Medical Center.
    Services are scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Southside Baptist Church in Stillwater.
    Pastor Wayne Sanmann will preside. Interment will follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Strode Funeral Home.
    Kates was born Dec. 24, 1927, to Orin and Mary Elizabeth (Flannary) Kates in Wichita, Kan. He married Jean Lenore Lockard in 1949. After their divorce, Kates married Verla Burton Oct. 24, 1976.
    He was raised in Carney and enjoyed fishing and gardening. He was a member of Southside Baptist Church and was employed by Oklahoma Natural Gas as a welder and foreman.
    Kates is predeceased by his parents and one son, Randy Kates.
    He is survived by his wife; two sons, Wayne and his wife Robin Kates of Lawton, and Jerry Kates of Yale; two daughters, Susan and her husband Jimmy Lemire of Yale, and Beth and her husband David Strickland of Stillwater; step sons, Rick and his wife Sheila Burton of Stillwater, and Chris Gray of Ripley; and step
daughter, Sue and her husband RJ Rice of Ripley.
    He is also survived by 17 grandchildren, six great grandchildren, three brothers, and six sisters.
    Memorials may be made to Payne County American Cancer Society, 106 E. Marie, Stillwater, OK. 74074.
    Condolences may be e-mailed to the family at strodefh@aol.com

Source unknown.


Kim E. Inman

    BARTLESVILLE, Okla. - Kim E. Inman, 49, died Oct. 25, 2003, at Bartlesville, Okla.
    He was born Dec. 28, 1953, at Ashtabluba, Ohio, the son of Roy and Martha Cole Inman. A resident of Bartlesville since 1998, living in Liberal since 1975, he worked in the oilfield, then was an electrician for five years for Schlumberger Oil Field Service, Bartlesville.
    On Dec. 17, 1977, he married Sherry A. Diveley at Liberal. She survives.
    Other survivors include: two sons; two daughters; his mother; four brothers; a sister; and three grandchildren.
    Funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Emmanuel Southern Baptist Church, Liberal, with the Rev. Wyatt Carpenter presiding. Friends may call from 8 to 11 a.m. today at Miller Mortuary, Liberal. Burial will be in Kismet Cemetery, Kismet, with military graveside rites conducted by the Fort Riley Honor Guard.

The Hutchinson News, (Nov/2/2003) The OH copy of this obit lists his mother as Dorothy (Dearing).


Inman, Joyce Julene 

    Joyce Julene Inman, 61, of Moore, passed away December 16, 2003 in Oklahoma City. She is survived by her husband, Carl of the home; sons, Tom & Roger Inman; granddaughter, Natosha Inman and grandson, Nathaniel Leach. No services. Arrangements under the direction of the John M. Ireland Funeral Home & Chapel.

Published in the Oklahoman on 12/18/2003.


Anna Sue Gilliam Inman, 73, died February 4, 2004 in Seminole, OK. Graveside service 3:30 p.m. Saturday, February 7, 2004 at Celestial Gardens, Cyril, OK with Rev. Larry Inman officiating. Under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home, Seminole, OK. She lived in Seminole the past 6 months coming from Porum Landing near Lake Eufaula and the OKC area prior to that. She was born July 2, 1930 in Cyril, OK to Charles Raymond Gilliam and Dimple Irene Bennett. Married Kenneth Inman November 18, 1967 in Durant, OK. She retired as an Executive Secretary in 1976. Former member of Cyril First Baptist Church. Completed her business schooling at Hills Business College. She was preceded in death by her parents. Survived by husband, Kenneth Inman of the home; 2 sons, Rick Olson of Choctaw, OK & Kenneth Inman of Annapolis, MD; 5 daughters, Teresa Olson of Spring Hill, TN, Glenda Olson of Del City, OK, Kaye Durmick of San Diego, CA, Kris Jahnke of Boise, ID, Kerry Inman of Del City, OK; 2 sisters, Cherrl Berry of Cyril, OK & Kay Ross of Harrah; 8 grandchildren & 5 great grandchildren.

Published in the Oklahoman on 2/6/2004.


Nancy Barton

    Funeral service for Seminole native, Nancy Lorenda Barton are scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday, April 30 at the Swearingen Funeral Home Chapel.
    Interment will follow at the Maple Grove Cemetery under the direction of the Swearingen Funeral Home of Seminole. Barton died Monday, April 26, 2004, at the age of 66 at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Columbus, Miss. She was born Oct. 1, 1937, in Seminole to William Gentry and Malissa (Shaver) Gentry.She was married to Kenneth Barton Jr. and was a member of the Woodlawn Baptist Church.
    She was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her husband, Kenneth Barton Jr. of  the home; two sons, William Gentry Barton of Alvin, Texas 
and Kenneth Barton III of Columbus, Miss.; three daughters, Frieda Betty Wade of Alvin, Texas, Mallissa Allison and Carmela S. Inmon, both of Columbus, Miss.; three sisters, Louise Mayfield of Matagorda, Texas, Dee Goodwin of Murrieta, Calif. and Mary Payne of Hominy; eight grandchildren and one great 
grandchild.

The Seminole Producer, (Apr/29/2004)


Lee R. Inman

    Lee Roy Inman, 68, of Delaware, died Sunday at his home.
    Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Nowata Memorial Park Cemetery with the Rev. Tom Tanquary officiating. Services are under the direction of Benjamin Funeral Service of Nowata.
    Survivors include two sons and a daughter-in-law, Mark and Dianne of Savana and Mike of Pa.; two brothers, Joe of Delaware and Eddie Ray of Ketchum; and by two grandchildren.

Examiner-Enterprise (Dec/22/2004)


Jerry M. Inman
1943-2005

    MULDROW, Okla. - Jerry M. "Terry" Inman, 62, Muldrow, Okla., died Oct. 28, 2005, in Sallisaw Hospital in Oklahoma.
    He was born May 5, 1943, the son of William and Lola Inman.
    He married Wanda Delores Sexton on Oct. 28, 1964, in Stillwell, Okla.
    Surviving are his wife; a son, Anthony Inman, Muldrow, Okla.; three brothers, Donald (and Marie) Inman, Peoria, Ill., Robert (and Ruby) Inman, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Larry (and Carol) Inman, Vancouver, Wash.; two grandsons; many foster children; and nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, a sister, two brothers, two nieces and a nephew.
    He attended school in Monmouth and Macomb.
    He was a Navy veteran of the Vietnam era.
    He was of Baptist faith.
    He enjoyed playing guitar, singing, woodworking and fishing.
    A memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Nov. 16 at the Calvary Baptist Church, Muldrow, Okla. Agent Funeral Home, Muldrow, Okla., is in charge of arrangements.

www.register-mail.com Friday, November 4, 2005


Hazel Lee Inman, 96, was born on February 23, 1911 in Vandervort, AR. She died on January 10, 2007 in Oklahoma City, OK. Hazel was a graduate of Mary Hardin Baylor University in Belton, Texas, longtime member of Crestwood Baptist Church, and President of Beta Theta Pi Mother's Association at the University of Oklahoma. She was a teacher and principal for Crooked Oak Schools for 29 years. Hazel is preceded in death by her husband, Raymon and daughter, Carol Walters. She is survived by her daughter, Betty Sinclair; son, Steve Inman and wife Pat; grandchildren: Ashlyn Pratt and husband Monte, Jason Inman and wife Tiffany, Jonathan Inman, Chris Sinclair and wife Catherine; 2 great-grandchildren, Jack Pratt and Megan Sinclair. A graveside service will be held Tuesday, January 16, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. at Memorial Park Cemetery. SMITH & KERNKE 14624 N. MAY AVE

Published in The Oklahoman on 1/14/2007.


Farrell L. Inman (see #9872)

    Farrell Lee Inman, 85, resident of Bartlesville, died at 10:20 AM on Sunday at his residence.
    Funeral services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Wednesday in the Stumpff Funeral Home Chapel with Mr. Robert Hamm officiating. Interment will be in the Oglesby Cemetery directed by the Stumpff Funeral Home & Crematory.
    Farrell Lee Inman was born on November 6, 1921 at Oglesby the son of Harvey and Gertie (Topping) Inman. He was raised and educated in Oglesby. He married Wanda Flanigan in 1950 and later married Lena Louise Wickham in 1957. He had worked as a concrete finisher for Roy Jack Pierce and Gorman Constructions Company.
    Farrell is survived by three daughters; Barbara McCarty of Bartlesville, Anna Martinez of Enid and Sharon Fout of Panama, Oklahoma, four sons; Herbert Wickham of Bristow, Ernest Wickham, Billy Ray Inman and Farrell Lee Inman, Jr. all of Bartlesville, two brothers; Ray Inman of Heavener, Oklahoma and Bill Inman of Ochelata, one sister; Rhonda Nardone of Vinita, Oklahoma, forty-five grandchildren, sixty-six great grandchildren and four great-great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, one sister Wanda Crouch, two sons, one daughter and four great grandchildren.

Examiner-Enterprise (Feb/1/2007)


Edna May Inman

Prague resident Edna May Inman, 100, died Saturday, April 7, in Prague.
Service will be 10 a.m. today at the Park Brothers Funeral Chapel in Prague with Bro. Tim Emmons officiating. Burial will follow at the Giles Cemetery, Prague.
Arrangements under the direction of Parks Brothers Funeral Service, Prague.

Published Apr. 10, 2007 - Shawnee News Star


Nathalee Madge (Inman) Cox

    Nathalee Madge (Inman) Cox, 86, of Glencoe, died Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2007, in Glencoe. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Strode Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Bob Brown and Pastor J. Edsel Hall officiating. Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Gardens. Strode Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
    She was born Aug. 29, 1921, in Ripley, to John William Inman and Rose Anna (Kershner) Inman. She attended school in Ripley and graduated from Ripley High School in 1939. She married Robert Edwin Cox Dec. 10, 1940, in Stillwater. She was a member of the Church of God and the Payne County Extension Homemakers.
    She was preceded in death by her parents, four brothers and eight sisters.
    She is survived by her husband of Glencoe, three daughters, Diana James and her husband, Jess, of Glencoe, Debera Brown and her husband, Robert, of Alva and Margaret Buckner and her husband, George, of Orlando; 12 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.

Published: September 27, 2007 10:17 am in the Stillwater NewsPress.


Charles A. "Charlie" Pitts

    Shawnee resident Charles A. "Charlie" Pitts, 63, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 16, in Shawnee.
    He was born July 4, 1944 in Syracuse, NY, to Dave and Dorothy Pitts.
    He married Barbara Ann Pitts, the love of his life, November 27, 1965.
    He moved to Shawnee in April 1983, to continue his employment with General Motors; and retired from General Motors in February 1994.
    Charlie loved the outdoors, fishing and traveling. When he wasn't spending time with immediate family, he was on the road visiting extended family. he enjoyed the company of many friends, visiting them like clockwork each week. He loved to spend time with his grandchildren. He was a one man cheerleader for his granddaughters' baseball teams.
    He was preceded in death by his wife, his parents, a brother, Paul David Pitts, and a grandson, Austin Lynn Pitts.
    He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, Chuck and Terry Pitts of Shawnee, daughter and son-in-law, Jackie and Kirk Kieffer of Tecumseh, and son, Kenny Pitts, an independent filmmaker of McLoud; his five grandchildren, Jordan Pitts, Cameron Pitts, Christian Pitts, Karlie Kieffer and Anna Kieffer; sister and brother-in-law Tom and Joan Springer, and two brothers, Bill Pitts and Oliver Pitts; several aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews and many special friends.
    Services will be 2:00 p.m. Monday, October 22, 2007 at Cooper Funeral Chapel with Rev. Larry Sparks officiating. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery under the direction of Cooper Funeral Home of Tecumseh.

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