Carol Adsit Bozarth 7.20.05
 
Mark Richard "Rick" Allsop
 
Kurt Allen Barksdale 7.3.08
 
Norval Jerry Beller
 
Sheryl Dianne Bolt

Larry Joseph Booker 8.27.13

 
Larry Alan Butler
 
Michael Ray Casebeer
 
Mark Chenoweth 8.17.08
 
Robert D. Coon
 
Gary Ray Coppock
 
Ronnie Wayne Crane 10.11.03
 
Steve Paul Curry
 
Janet Dahlstrom Blackwood 9.7.07
 
John Eugene Duca
                                                                  
Jane Anne Earl 12.2.12
 
Lisa Jane Edwards 1.9.11
 
Michael "Mike" Kelly Foresman 2.25.12
 
Randy Rex Francis 9.21.12
 
John "Johnny" Paul French
 
Seth David Gamet
 
Barry Alan Gardner 3.6.13 
 
Ricky M. Garroutte

Steve Alan Geddie 1.24.14

 
Robbie Lynn Geffs

Gail Gibbon 1.20.55 - 9.5.14
 
Robert Kent Gibson  7.31.11

 
Greg Austin Gingrich
 
Teresa Gowin Stone
 
Karen Louise Harrison Mayfield
 
Kim Eugene Haynes 4.7.10

William Baker "Chip" Horner 3.8.14

Kenneth Daryl Hulsizer 4.16.14

 
Garry L. Jenkins
 
John "Johnny" William Johnson
 
Thomas Jos. Johnson 2003
 
Sharon Kaye Jones Graves
 
Sherie Ellen Kifer
 
James R. Klinger 
 
Peter Graham Kramer 6.7.13
 
Doug Lack
 
David Rocky Lane
 
Kent Allen Lawwill  6.1.13
 
Monte Craig Lee 8.22.05
 
Cathy June Lewis McKay
 
Patrick "Pat" Stephen Long 4.22.03
 
Paul G Mader 10.31.03
 
Mark Wayne Markham 5.17.08
 
Craig Jay Martin 2.10.91
 
Douglas "Doug" Charles Martin 5.7.05
 
Dana Rene Matthies
 
Sylvia Kathleen McClain Hearn Hauth 11.1.11
 
David Gordon McClure
 
Diana Lynn McConahy Gallagher 7.29.07
 
Steven Allen Meredith
 
Dennis D. Moffett
 
Susan "Su" Carol Monroe Bollinger
 
Michael William Naylor
 
Richard Mark Nigro
 
Michael E. Parker
 
Sandra Kay Parnell 
 
Gary Shane Pfleeger
 
Larry Ray Phillips
 
Mark Alan Phillips
 
Jeffery Dean Potts  3.4.10
 
Lee Clinton Reese
 
Ernest "Ernie" Lee Reeves 1.19.07
 
Jon Robert Roethe 1.8.13
 
Steve Keith Rose
 
Ted H. Sallee
 
Kenneth Eddie Sanders
 
Linda S. Sartin McDaniels  7.2.13
 
Connie M. Saunders
 
William Allen Saunders  5.19.12
 
Larry Alan Shaffer
 
Wesley Ray Shaw  7.28.05
 
Michael "Mike" W. Shelton
 
Jerry Bob Snow
 
Lynn Soukup Winters
 
Philip "Phil" David Starr
 
Jimmy Walter Strader 5.4.09
 
Kenneth M. Thompson
 
Alan Walkabout  3.21.09
 
Ann Marie Wemhaner Van Fleet 5.6.03
 
Steve Wilburn
 
Andre Robert "Bob" Wilkins
 
Beth Williams Bellew 4.6.05
 
 
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Gail Gibbon, 59, of Tulsa passed away on Friday, Sept. 5, 2014 in Tulsa after a lengthy illness. He was born Jan. 20, 1955 in Tulsa, the son of Edward & Vera Rose Gibbon.

Gail graduated from Nathan Hale High in 1972 and then went on and attended classes at OSU, TU, and Spartan College in Tulsa. He was a motorcycle mechanic for several years and then worked as a materials tester of oil field equipment.

Gail is survived by his mother, Vera of Tulsa; one brother, Ed Gibbon of Houston, TX; two nephews, Matthew Gibbon of Fayetteville, AR and Conner Gibbon of Houston, TX. He was preceded in death by his father in 1998.

There are no services scheduled. 

                                       Linda Sue Sartin McDaniels, 59, of Tulsa, Oklahoma passed away July 2, 2013. She was a faithful Christian and devoted to her family who will greatly miss her. Linda was born May 18, 1954 at the U.S. Naval Hospital in Key West, Florida, to E.B and JoAnn Sartin. She graduated from Nathan Hale High School and received an Associates Degree in Secretarial Science from Oklahoma State University. Linda and Steve McDaniels married May 17, 1975. She was a wonderful mother to son Bradley and daughter Kelsey. She worked for The Williams Companies until she and Steve began raising their family. Thereafter, she worked for Weikel, Johnson, Parris & Rouse, PLLP.

Linda enjoyed a full life with family and friends. She was a member of Parkview Baptist Church and served God in a variety of ways. Linda’s faith was the sustaining power in her life and she was an inspiration to all who knew her. She was brave and strong in meeting life’s challenges. She was a loving and compassionate friend always putting others before herself. She enjoyed camping and hiking with her family in the mountains.

The light of her life was grandson Grayson Taylor Ornelas, born May 30, 2012. He provided her abundant joy and raised her spirits as children do.

Linda will be missed by all. Family includes husband Steve McDaniels, son Bradley, daughter Kelsey and her husband Victor Ornelas, and their son Grayson Taylor, all of Tulsa. Parents, E.B. and JoAnn Sartin of Tulsa; brother David Sartin and his wife Carol of Jenks; sister Sandy Smith and her husband Steve of Franklin, Tennessee; nieces Lindsay Eichten and her husband Brandon of Frisco, Texas, Andrea Sartin of Dallas, Texas, and Meredith Smith and her fiancé Justin Hampton, of Franklin, Tennessee; nephews Michael Sartin of Frisco, Texas, Brian Smith of Franklin, Tennessee, and Michael David McDaniels and wife Tiffany of Corpus Christi, Texas. Linda was also blessed with father-in-law C.D McDaniels of Shreveport, Louisiana, and brother-in-law Dr. Michael McDaniels and his wife Claire of Shreveport, Louisiana.

Visitation will be held Friday, July 5, 2013, 6 to 8 P.M. at Floral Haven Funeral Home, 6500 South 129th East Avenue. The Memorial Service will be held Saturday, July 6, 2013, 11 a.m., Parkview Baptist Church, 5805 S. Sheridan Rd.

In lieu of flowers family suggests donations be made to: Anna’s Belles Ovarian Cancer Support Group (Not for Profit Organization) 18495 W. 151st Street South
Kellyville, Ok 74039

Peter Graham Kramer, 59, Platt College information technology director, died June 7, 2013. Visitation 10-10:30 a.m. Friday and memorial service 10:30 a.m. Friday, both at First Lutheran Church. Moore's Rosewood (Tulsa World)


Kent Allen Lawwill 59, of Tulsa, passed away Saturday, June 1, 2013, at his home. He was a U.S. Navy Vietnam Veteran, and while serving in the Vietnam War he was taught to be a Building Engineer. Kent was preceded in

death by his parents Carl Kenneth Lawwill and Mildred Gann Lawwill. Survivors include: his wife, Karen; children, Jasen Corey Lawwill, Matthew Grant Lawwill and Emma Leigh Lawwill; siblings, Keith Lawwill and Melissa Schondelmayer and husband Mark; nieces, Ashley Carter and husband J.R., Amber Sherman and husband Zack, Shonna Kubien and husband Lee; nephew, Michael; uncle Mike and wife Joy; and many other cousins and relatives. The family has entrusted the care of the services to the directors and staff at Green Hill Funeral Home of Owasso.

Randall (Randy) Rex Francis, 58, of Conway Missouri, son of Rex and Betty Lou (Jameson) Francis was born March 28, 1954 in Tulsa, Oklahoma and departed this life September 21, 2012.  Randy is survived by his wife, Rene of the home; two sons, Ryan Francis and wife Crystal, Branson, MO., Russ Francis and wife Amy, Springfield, MO; three grandchildren, Brooklyn, Brayden, and Wyatt; his parents, Rex and Betty Lou Francis; one sister, Judith Shimanek and husband Mike, Kansas; one brother, Frank Francis and wife Teresa, Oklahoma; two nieces, Ashley Francis and Karrissn Shimanek; two nephews, AJ Francis and wife Michelle, and Austin Shimanek; a host of nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends.  He was a loving dad and grandpa, a cherished brother and a loyal friend and neighbor. We celebrate his life and his accomplishments and will treasure our memories for the rest of our lives. Graveside services for Randy Francis will be held at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday September 26, 2012 in Graham Cemetery, Conway, MO., under the direction of Day Funeral Home, Marshfield, MO.

Steven Wilburn August 1974 - From his sister, Karen Wilburn Hoffman, January 2, 2011. Steve was my brother. WOW! Where do I begin?! He was murdered while working at a gas station in OKC, August of 1974. When God called him home my family and I believe he suffered no pain from a single bullet to the head. Steve was a devout Christian. When the investigator went around asking people "...who would want to see this young man dead?" He couldn't find one negative reason why someone would want to kill him. All he heard was how devoted a Christian he was. The investigator and his family went to church to find out what my brother had that they didn't. My brother's death was not in vain. I stumbled across a local Chrisitan radio station that was discussing his life and his death shortly after the incident. Several young people, the investigator and his family accepted Jesus Christ as their Savior. Please understand...over the years I have come to realize God chose my brother as way to bring more lost souls into His Kingdom. What an honor! I shutter to think where these people would be today had I not lost my big brother. 
Jim Strader
Jim Strader
 
Musician Jim Strader dies at 54
Published: 5/5/2009     

Jim Strader, locally renowned for his deft bass playing and singing, died Monday.
Strader recorded with the Tractors and Scott Ellison. He was a frontman and backup musician, most recently with Steve Pryor, David Teegarden and Steve Hickerson.

"I've known him for a long time and had the opportunity to perform on stage with him and was always in awe of his genius ability to play all kinds of music. He's definitely going to be missed," said Teegarden, longtime drummer for Bob Seger and friend of Strader.

"This is a tragic loss for the local music community. It's a real shame he wasn't able to be recognized world wide. He definitely was one of the best musicians on this planet.

"He had a great voice and was very creative."

A 1992 Tulsa World article said: "(He) is one of Tulsa's freshest and finest natural resources. He is to the music scene what Philbrook is to the art community. He brings credibility and professionalism to every stage and microphone. Be it blues or jazz, Strader is right at home with his bass playing and vocal sailings."

Services are 4 p.m. Friday at All Souls Unitarian Church, 2952 S. Peoria Ave. 
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Walkabout, Alan, 55, retired, died Saturday, 3/21/09.  Private family services.  Moore's Eastlawn.

Kurt Allen Barksdale, 54, died on Thursday, July 3, 2008 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was born December 16, 1953 in Tulsa, OK the son of James Basil and Virginia Louise (Patton) Barksdale. He served in the U.S. Army from 1974 until 1977. He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his sons: Scott Allen Barksdale and Patrick Cole Barksdale; his brother: Russ Barksdale of Arlington, Texas. A graveside service will be held 2:00 p.m. Friday, July 18, 2008 at the Ft. Gibson National Cemetery.
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 Artist, ex-March of Dimes queen dies

9/14/2007

 TULSA ROYALTY
Janet (Dahlstrom) Blackwood: At the age of 1, she was voted “Queen of the March of Dimes” in a 1955 contest publicized by The Tulsa Tribune.

ImageJanet (Dahlstrom) Blackwood, an artist and former Tulsa-area March of Dimes queen, died Friday in Portland, Ore. She was 53.

Services were held in Portland, Ore., under the direction of Crown Memorial Center in Milwaukie, Ore. No local services are planned.

Blackwood was born Nov. 13, 1953, in Tulsa to Myrna and Raynold Dahlstrom.

In the summer of 1954, at just 7 months old, she was stricken with acute paralytic polio. The disease left her a paraplegic.

As a 1-year-old, she was sponsored by Douglas Aircraft Co. in the polio queen contest for the March of Dimes. Her father was an employee of the company.

The contest to find the "Queen of the March of Dimes" was publicized by The Tulsa Tribune.

Her photo was published alongside those of 11 other little girls with infantile paralysis. Readers could vote for their favorite by donating a dime per vote.

On Jan. 21, 1955, the day she was announced the winner of the contest, the Tribune described Janet as "the little blonde beauty with sparkling blue eyes."

She represented the March of Dimes during its fundraising telethons Jan. 28-29, 1961.

Blackwood attended Tulsa Public Schools and graduated from the University of Tulsa with a degree in art education.

She remained active throughout her life, playing wheelchair basketball, teaching art classes and building and carving unique baby cradles. Her artwork was displayed throughout the Mulino, Ore., area.

She is survived by her husband, Steve Blackwood of Mulino; her mother, Myrna Dahlstrom of Tulsa; a son, Zac Blackwood of Oregon City, Ore.; two daughters, Snow Blackwood Rodriguez and Maggie Blackwood, both of Portland; and a sister, Beth Ezarik of Tulsa. 
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Reeves, Ernest Lee, 1/22/200752, Anheuser Busch Companies Inc. draft technician, died Friday. Service 10 a.m. Tuesday, Floral Haven Funeral Home Chapel, Broken Arrow. 

 



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Wesley Ray Shaw, 50, Shaw Mechanical Heating & Air owner, died Thursday. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Monday and service 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, both at Floral Haven Funeral Home. July 28, 2005
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Tulsa World
BOZARTH -- Carol Ann (Adsit). Loving wife, daughter, mother and grandmother, Carol Anne Bozarth, 51, of Haskell, OK died peacefully on July 20, 2005. Carol was born November 8, 1953 in Tulsa to Jack and Wilma Jean (Williams) Adsit. She was an angel that touched many people's lives and many people were dependent on her. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Carol was a member of the First Baptist Church in Tulsa and worked as an Administrator for St. Francis Hospital. She is survived by: her husband, Dale of Haskell; father, Jack Adsit; stepson, Stephen Bozarth; stepdaughter, Amber Shook and husband, Darrick; sister, Phyllis Douglass and her husband, Jim; brother, Jeff Adsit and his wife, Tonya, all of Tulsa; 4 grandchildren; and 2 beloved nephews; not to mention countless friends. Funeral service will be 10 a.m., Saturday, July 23, 2005, Floral Haven Funeral Home Chapel, Broken Arrow, OK. Floral Haven, (918) 252-2518.
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Diana McConahy-Gallagher, 53, of Tulsa. Tulsa Public Schools Substitute Teacher, passed away Sunday, July 29, 2007. Born April 24, 1954 in Tulsa and was a graduate of Nathan Hale High School, Class of 1972.

Survivors include her mother, step-mother, a sister and two brothers.

Service, 12 pm, Saturday, August 4, 2007, Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel, Tulsa. On-line memory book at www.bixbyfuneralservice.com, Ultimate Tributes. Bixby Funeral Service, 369-1700.

Published in the Tulsa World on 8/2/2007.

 

 

Social Security Death Index
about Ronnie W. Crane
According to his ex-wife, Connie Moore, Ronnie had a daughter Rachel.  He had diabetes and died of a heart attack.

Name:

Ronnie W. Crane

 

 

Last Residence:

74128  Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States of America

Born:

23 Jan 1954

Died:

11 Oct 2003

State (Year) SSN issued:

Oklahoma (1968 )

 

 

Patrick Stephen Long, 49, passed away on April 22, 2003. He was born on March 11, 1954, in Kansas City, MO. Pat was a graduate of Nathan Hale High School, Tulsa, OK, Class of 1972.

Music was always an important part of his life. He moved from the Tulsa area to Nashville, TN to pursue a career in

music. When he returned to Tulsa 2 years ago, his music returned with him. Friends and family regularly share their enthusiasm and their talents at "guitar pulls" that originated with Pat.

This gentle man leaves behind many friends, both new and old, too numerous to name. He was loved by so many. Surviving are 2 daughters, a brother and sister, his father and mother.  He was preceded in death in 1992 by a younger brother, James Robert Long.

ED. NOTE: Pat was a member of, and song-writer for the popular Blue Rose Cafe band in Norman, OK.  After his death in 2003, the band came together for a reunion and tribute to Pat in Norman.  If you visit the reunion web site, you'll find photos and clips of Pat's music.

www.bluerosefamily.com


photo courtesy of www.bluerosefamily.com

 

Beth Williams-Bellew, 1972 graduate, passed away April 6, 2005 in a car wreck in Tulsa. Beth was an LPN and married with 2 children. Beth unselfishly gave her last 5 years to the care of her parents. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Submitted by her Best Friend in High School: LaDonna Hamblin

 

Monte Craig Lee, 51, carpenter, died Monday, August 22, 2005, reportedly from cancer.  He was a glass installer and had done work recently at the Tulsa Airport.  He is survived by his parents, Adrian and Frances Lee and his wife is Glenda.

 

Douglas Charles Martin, 51, passed away on May 7, 2005.  Born in Tulsa, OK, he graduated from Nathan Hale High School in 1972.  His journey through life lead him from Tulsa to Norman, OK, Eureka Springs, AR, San Diego, CA and finally to the Seattle, WA area.  He will be remembered for his unique sense of humor which gave his family and friends the gift of laughter and joy.  At the same time, his eloquent way with words in those rare,

serious moments was truly inspirational.  He was passionately proud and deeply devoted to his family.  His place in our hearts will always be filled with wonderful memories and the positive influence from the traits of a good man. 

He is survived by his loving wife of more than 20 years, 2 daughters, his father, a brother, 2 sisters and countless loyal and caring friends.  

 

In Loving Memory of Paul G. Mader.  We lost Dad on Halloween 2003 after a long a courageous battle with cancer.  He was a true fighting RANGER right until the end.  We love you Dad - his children, Kristy Mader, Class of 1998 and Paul G. Mader II, Class of 1999.

 

Craig Jay Martin, 36, beloved son, husband and father, passed away February 10, 1991 as a result of a car accident.  He was employed by Empire Roofing and Insulation Co.  He was born in Akron, OH, April 21, 1954.

Craig enjoyed the outdoors, the lakes in Oklahoma and riding motorcycles when he was younger.  His yellow convertible 383 Barracuda would be remembered by many

of his friends, a car in which he had a lot of fun. Craig had a laughter that was contagious, and a humor to match.

He is survived by his wife, two sons, a daughter, a step-daughter, his parents, a brother and sister.  He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Jeffery D. Potts
Jeffery D. Potts
Jeffery Dean Potts, 55, moved to Heaven on March 4, 2010 in Tulsa. He was born on October 29, 1954 in Tulsa. Jeff is survived by his wife of 21 years, Janet Moody Potts; daughter, Amanda Cooper and her husband Luke of Virginia Beach, VA; daughter, Jolee and son, Kyle, both of the home; parents, Julia and Thomas J. Potts; sister, Debra Burchfield and her husband Gary; brother, Kevin Potts of Fort Worth, TX; 4 nieces and 1 great nephew. Jeff Graduated from Nathan Hale High School in 1972. He attended Oklahoma State University and later graduated from Tulsa Technology Center in aircraft mechanics and avionics. For the last 7 years, Jeff worked as a First Class Engineer at St. John Medical Center. He enjoyed music and was an avid guitar player. He enjoyed building and repairing guitars, travel, attending Kyle’s baseball games and Jolee’s orchestra concerts. Viewing will be held Tuesday at Reynolds Funeral Service, 1916 s. Sheridan in Tulsa, with family present from 5-7 p.m. Informal graveside services will be held 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at Calvary Cemetery at 91st & Harvard. Memorial Services will be held at 3:30 a.m. Wednesday at Highland Park Christian Church, 5708 E. 31st St. in Tulsa. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Jenks High School Orchestra, 205 E. B St. Jenks, Ok 74037 of the Jeff Potts Memorial Education Fund for Jolee and Kyle, Encentus Federal Credit Union, 1924 S. Utica #G06, Tulsa, OK 74104.

Mark Wayne Markham Born to Maurice Wayne Markham and Deloris B. McBath-Thomas on April 22, 1954, in Stillwater, Oklahoma. He died May 17, 2008, after succumbing to a long illness. He is survived by his parents; sons: Marshall Wayne Markham and Dylan Tylor Markham; sisters, Renee Sullateskee, Reba Gibson and Melody Wilcox; nieces: Brooke, Heather and Allyson; nephews: Luke, Sean and Nicholas. His extended family resides in Oklahoma, Kansas and Oregon. Prior to moving to New Mexico, Mark lived in Oklahoma, Alaska, Chicago and Colorado. Due to Mark's kindness, generosity and compassion, he made lifelong friends effortlessly wherever he made his home. Mark was an accomplished pilot and craftsman. He assisted in building and remodeling homes in many areas across the country, including New Orleans. Above all, Mark loved his sons and would always speak of them with tremendous pride. He is loved and missed more than words can express. Interment is at Rosario Cemetery. May he rest in perfect peace. 
Sylvia (McClain) Hauth obituary: A granddaughter of Osage Chief Sylvester Tinker

Died:  Sylvia Kathleen McClain Hearn Hauth in Tulsa at St John’s Hospital on Tuesday, November 1st, 2011. Sylvia was born November 8th 1953, in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Sam and Mary Rose McClain. She was a resident of Tulsa until 1989, when she moved to Pawhuska, OK. Her mother Mary Rose McClain preceded her in death in 2006, in Pawhuska , OK.  Sylvia’s father, Sam McClain now resides in Pawhuska. Sylvia was a member of the Osage Nation.  Her grandfather, Sylvester J. Tinker, was principal chief of the Osage Tribe from 1970 through 1982. Sylvia leaves two sons, Tate Hearn and Nathan Hauth and granddaughters Mikala Rose Kirkpatrick and LaNay Tamera Rowland.  She is survived by her younger sister Addie McClain and two nephews, Serdjan and Luka of Sugar Land, Texas and an older brother Frank McClain and nephew John and niece Melissa of Tulsa.  She will be greatly missed by close friends of the family Joe LaSarge and Hattie Brown Wolf-Gilkey.  Her constant comfort for over eleven years was her faithful chihuahua Lupe. Sylvia had many friends who loved her greatly and she will be missed by all. Services will be held at 10:00 am Saturday, November 5, 2011, at the Tinker residence, 1428 W. Main, in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. Funeral arrangements will be made by McCartney’s Johnson’s Funeral Home in Pawhuska.  She is to be buried in the private cemetery on the family ranch in Pawhuska