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1994

January 1994

FIELDS
HENRYETTA - Buddy FIELDS was born March 5, 1918. He died October 18, 1994. Funeral services were held October 20 in the Shurden Chapel with Rev. Tommy WEAVER officiating. Pallbearers were Clayton DODGE, Jim LANE, Woxie RYAL, Larry HARJO, Warren HARJO, and Paul HARJO. Honorary pallbearers were Robert PRENDLY, Thurman HIGGENS, George HICKS, Houston HICKS, and Doyle CUNNINGHAM. Interment was in the Hanna Cemetery.
He was retired from Phillips Petroleum Company and a member of Grace Assemly Church. He was a World War II veteran.
He married Gladys HARRIS in 1942. She survives. He also was survived by his daughter, Mary EWING of Lubbock, TX; his son, Don FIELDS of Amarillo, TX; one grandson and two granddaughters.

STARR
RYAL - Lena Taylor STARR was born February 4, 1919, in Henryetta. She died in December 1993 at St.Francis Hospital, Tulsa. No day of death was given. Funeral services were held December 19 at Hickory Ground No. 2 Baptist Church, where she was a member. Rev. John BUCKNER officiated the service. Her grandsons served as pallbearers. Interment was in the Starr Family Cemetery.
She was the daughter of Marchie and Martha Fixico TAYLOR, both deceased. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Eli STARR; daughter, Rose STARR, Granddaughter, Stephanie (no last name given); great-granddaughter, Alyssa; brother Louis TAYLOR; and sisters Jeanetta HARJO and Ella FRYE. She was survived by sons and daughters-in-law, Daniel and Nell STARR of Wewoka, and James and Loretta STARR of Ada; daughters and sons-in-law, Mandy and Ben HILL of Dustin, Sally and Bobby JACKSON of Okmulgee, Janie Linda and Doug PARKS of Moline, IL, Allene and Roy STARR of El Reno, Emma FACTOR, and Amy and Jerry REAGAN, all of Morris; sister, Cindy HOLAHTA of Okemah; half-sister, Addie Taylor LEWIS of Talala; half-brother, Mitchell (no last name given) of Henryetta; and 29 grandchildren, 40 great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, and a host of friends and relatives.

KNIGHT
EUFAULA - Jennie Fife KNIGHT was born October 2, 1907, in Okmulgee. She died December 13, 1993, at the Creek Nation Community Hospital. Wake services were held at the home of Hannah KNIGHT in Okemah with funeral services following on December 16 at the Merritt Cottage Chapel. Pallbearers were Joe HOLAHTA, Jim MCGERTT, Elton JIMBOY, Bob SHIRLEY, Joe BARNETT, and Johnnie WARRIOR. Interment was in the Knight Family Cemetery.
She was preceded in death by her parents, July and KeMary FIFE; her husband Wiley S. KNIGHT, and her son, Chester KNIGHT. She was survived by her five daughters, Mary PENDERGRAFT, Nora McGERTT, Birdie BEAR, all of Okemah, and Betty GRAY of Okmulgee; her three sons, Bobby KNIGHT of Moore, Walter KNIGHT of Tulsa, and Charles KNIGHT of Oklahoma City; 18 grandchildren, 31 great grandchildren, and two great-great grandchildren.

HILL
MORRIS - Cindy Irene HILL was stillborn December 3, 1993. Graveside services were held December 7 at Big Cussetah Cemetery. Her survivors include her parents, Della Marie JACKSON and Bill D. HILL; grandmother, Lo Vanna JACKSON; and grandfather, Toney HILL.
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February 1994

BENTON
HENRYETTA - Daniel BENTON was born February 18, 1901. He died January 16, 1994, in Oklahoma City. Wake services were held January 18 followed by funeral services January 19 at Shurden Funeral Chapel in Henryetta. No information was given on the place of interment.
He was retired from Frisco Railroad. He was preceded in death by his wife, Tinnie Roberts BENTON, and one granddaughter. His survivors include his daughters, Mattie Jo CASTRO of Oklahoma City, Lillian MAXWELL of Stigler, and Senora WALLACE of Henryetta; 12 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.

BERRYHILL
WILSON - Almer W. BERRYHILL, Jr., was born September 24, 1954. He died in January 1994.  Graveside services were held January 7 at the Berryhill Family Cemetery with Rev. Robert Jones officiating. Interment was in the Berryhill Family Cemetery.
He was a self employed welder and a U.S. Army veteran. He was the son of Molly TIGER and the late Almer BERRYHILL. His survivors include his mother, of Muskogee, his daughters, Rhonda BERRYHILL and Sheila BERRYHILL, both of Oklahoma City; brother, Tony BERRYHILL of Ft. Lauderdale, FL; sisters, Patricia HOLT of Muskogee, and Kathey BLALOCK of Amarillo, TX; four nieces and two nephews.

BRUNER
RYAL - Emma BRUNER was born March 1, 1913, in Ryal. She died December 27, 1993, at Okemah.  Funeral services were held December 31 at Hickory Ground Baptist Church No. 2, where she was a member. Rev. Robert WASHINGTON officiated the service. No information was given on the place of interment.
She had been women’s leader at the Hickory Ground church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bunnie John BRUNER. She is survived by her sons, Louis Lett BRUNER and Jake BRUNER, both of Wichita, KS, and Albert BRUNER of Mounds; her daughters, Elouise GAMBLER of Henryetta, Elizabeth BARNETT of Lamar; a brother, Claude FIELDS of Henryetta; 25 grandchildren, 47 great grandchildren, and several nieces, nephews, and other relatives.

BUTLER
HILLABEE - Roman Cooksey BUTLER was born July 20, 1940, at Hanna. He died in December 1993. Funeral services were held January 1, 1994, at Hillabee Baptist Church, where he was a member. Interment was in the Butler Family Cemetery.
He was a laborer and the son of Andrew and Ella Bullet BRUNER. His father survives. His other survivors include his daughters, Ramona BUTLER of Tulsa, Ruth HOWE of Ponca City, and Carolyn NOREIGA of Dustin; his sons, Roger BUTLER of Shawnee, Janssen BUTLER of Eufaula, and Ronald BUTLER and Randall BUTLER, both of Tulsa; brothers, Wesley BUTLER of Tulsa, and Andy BUTLER of Hanna; sisters, Christina BUTLER of Hanna, Edna BELCHER of Eufaula, and Leta MARSHALL and Julia GUIJON, both of Oklahoma City; and 16 grandchildren.

FIFE
DUSTIN - James George FIFE was born March 28, 1904, in Dustin. He died January 10, 1994. Funeral services were held January 13 at Thewarle Baptist Church with Rev. Mitchell TAYLOR officiating, assisted by Rev. Eastman WHITLOW. Pallbearers were Al WILSON, Ed MOUSS, Bob STEWART, Lonnie Ray HYDE, Michael MEDEIROS, and Leland BEAR. Honorary pallbearers were Jack ROBERTSON, Doyle PUCKETT, Newman BUNNY, John David KING, Milford E. KING, and Jimmy Gaines EVANS.
Interment was in the Fife Family Cemetery.
He had attended Euchee Boarding School, Dustin High School, and Oklahoma A and M. He had coached and played on amateur and semi-professional baseball teams. He was a farmer and retired from Amoco Oil Company in 1969.  
He was preceded in death by his wife, Willia Carmen Griffith FIFE; his parents, Rev. Sandy and Louisa Lowe FIFE; his daughter, Hanna Louise FIFE; and nephews, James Harold KING and Dan Lincoln KING.  His survivors include his children and their spouses, Muscogee (Creek) Nation Principal Chief Bill FIFE of Weleetka (and Mary), Timmie FIFE and Brian FIFE (Sheila and Illa), both of Dustin, Jimmie Carole Stewart of Washington (Robert Stewart), Sharon Mouss of Henryetta (Ed Mouss), Phyllis FIFE of Tahlequah, Sandy WILSON of Morris (Al Wilson), and Robin FIFE of the home; 18 grandchildren, three great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

GAY
OKMULGEE - Lucy Virginia GAY was born October 30, 1919. She died December 18, 1993, in Okmulgee. Graveside services were held December 20 at Okmulgee Cemetery with Rev. Bob BURCH officiating.
She was the daughter of Mose and Millie CHISOLM, both deceased. She was survived by her daughters, Joyce MATHENY of Tahlequah, and Virginia FOUST and Darla YOCHAM, both of Okmulgee; her son, Bob SMITH of Tulsa; six grandchildren and 15 grandchildren.

HANEY
MOORE - James Andrew HANEY was born January 8, 1957. He died December 15, 1993. Funeral services were held December 17 at First Indian Baptist Church of Moore, where he was a member. Rev. Victor COPE officiated the service. Pallbearers were Thomas FIXICO, Howard HANEY, Allen MOUSE, Robert COWAN, James COWAN, and Larry GOODWIN. Interment was in the Seminole Hitchitee Cemetery.  
He was a musician and singer with the bands Featherwing and Bo Dock. He also sang with Berryhill’s Quartet. He died of injuries sustained in an automobile-pedestrian accident.  
He was survived by his wife, Bobbie HANEY of Shawnee; stepdaughter, Stephanie of the home; sisters, Alice PORTER of Shawnee, Kissie MOUSE of Mustang, Madeline AMOS of Oklahoma City, and Ruth HANEY of Tulsa; and his brother, Thomas FIXICO.

HICKS
HENRYETTA - Leo Lee HICKS, Sr., was born March 5, 1942. He died December 25, 1993,, in Lancaster TX. Funeral services were held December 31 at the Merritt Cottage Chapel. Interment was in the Weogufkee Cemetery.  
He was a mechanic and the son of Edmond and Louise Deere HICKS, both deceased. He was married to Liza Mae HICKS February 17, 1967. She survives. He also was survived by his daughter, Diane Denise HICKS of Henryetta; his son, Leo Lee HICKS, Jr., of Henryetta; sister, Annette MILLER of Checotah; two grandchildren, seven nieces, and five nephews.

JOSHUA
HICHITA - Martin Eugene JOSHUA was born November 24, 1967. He died January 4, 1994, in Oklahoma City. Funeral services were held January 8 at Grave Creek Baptist Church with Rev. Robert WASHINGTON officiating, assisted by Rev. Chris HARJO and Rev. Legus LOWE. Pallbearers were Younger CARPETCHER, Thomas DUNN, John BEAR, Jr., Monty KERNELL, Frankie WALKER, and Thomas GENTRY. Honorary pallbearers were Stuart WILLIAMS, Erick POSTOAK, Kelly FIXICO, and Robert WASHINGTON, Jr. Interment was in the Grave Creek Cemetery.
He was an electrician and the son of Martin JOSHUA and Janie BEAR, who survive. He was preceded in death by an uncle, John BEAR. In addition to his parents, his other survivors include his maternal grandmother, Alice FREEMAN of Oklahoma City; paternal grandmother, Annie GOODEN of Holdenville; brothers, Fous AHAISSE and Coacoche AHAISSE, both of Shawnee, and Todd JOSHUA and Mark JOSHUA, both of Oklahoma City; sisters, Regina JOSHUA and Alicia JOSHUA, both of Oklahoma City, and Takoche AHAISSEE of Shawnee; stepbrother, Frankie WALKER of Oklahoma City; six aunts; three uncles; a niece, a nephew, and a host of friends.

MITCHELL
HANNA - JayDe “JoBuc” MITCHELL was born July 29, 1971, in Tahlequah. He died January 20, 1994, in Shawnee. A wake service was held January 13 with funeral services following January 14 at Trenton Baptist Church with Rev. Sam MITCHELL officiating. Pallbearers were Henry HICKS, Thomas HICKS, Legus MITCHELL, Johnny K. MITCHELL, Tommy Ray MITCHELL, and Jeremy MITCHELL. Burial was in the Mitchell Family Cemetery.  
He was a laborer and served two years in the U.S. Navy. He was the son of Tony and Cilla Harjo MITCHELL. He was preceded in death by his mother and three brothers, Quinton MITCHELL, Jakie MITCHELL, and Joel Duane MITCHELL. He was survived by his father and stepmother, Jean MITCHELL, brothers, Danny MITCHELL of Seminole, Johnny MITCHELL of Norman , Jason MITCHELL of Shawnee, and Anthony MITCHELL of the home; sisters, Judith MITCHELL of Tulsa, and Tana MITCHELL of Shawnee.

PRIMEAUX
MUSKOGEE - Lena B. PRIMEAUX was born April 2, 1926, in Lenna. She died January 2, 1994. Funeral services were held January 6 in the Bradley Belltower Chapel with Rev. Kenneth LOMA officiating.  Pallbearers were David WILSON, Leroy ADAIR, Norman DANIEL, Jackie MCCOY, and Washington CUMMINGS. Honorary pallbearers were George WILSON, George HOGNER, Tommy MCCOY, William BROWN, John KELLY, Ray BUSHA, Felix SORGEE, Mark BEAVER, Rex BAKER, and James NIXON. No information was given on the place of interment.
She attended Eufaula Indian Boarding School, Eufaula High School, and Haskell Institute. She was a homemaker and worked at the Muskogee County Community Services. She also was a former officer of the Muskogee Indian Community and volunteer with the tribal election board.  
She was married to Elmer PRIMEAUX of June 6, 1945, in Eufaula. He preceded her in death, as did her father, Walter BEAVER. She is survived by her mother, Jeanetta BARNETT of Stidham; her son, Floyd PRIMEAUX of Bartlesville; her daughters, Leah WILSON of Warrensburg, MO, Brenda BROWN of Broken Arrow, Geneva HOGNER and Teresa MCCOY, both of Muskogee; brothers, Samuel BEAVER of Stidham, Emmanuel BARNETT of Muskogee, and Joe Ray BARNETT of Okmulgee; nine grandchildren, two aunts, and several nieces and nephews.

RANDALL
HENRYETTA - Nelson C. RANDALL was born September 9, 1958, in Tulsa. He died January 13, 1994, in the Veterans Hospital in Oklahoma City. A wake service was held January 16 with funeral services following January 17 at Arbeka Baptist Church, where he was a member. Rev. John LOWE and Christopher HARJO officiated the funeral service. Pallbearers were Wilbert LOWE, Jacob LOWE, Rick POWELL, Freeland POWELL, David HALE, and Rusty POWELL.  
He was a truck mechanic and had served his military service in the U.S. Coast Guard. He was the son of Willie C. and Mary Little RANDALL. His survivors include his mother, his father and his stepmother, Vena RANDALL, all of Okmulgee; his children, Stephanie RANDALL and Jeremy RANDALL, both of Lonoke, AR; brothers Ronnie RANDALL and Donnie RANDALL, both of Tulsa; sisters, Diane RANDALL of Okmulgee, Sonja RANDALL of Okemah, and Wilma RANDALL of Tulsa.

RICHARD
HITCHITA - Eastman RICHARD was born September 2, 1913, In Checotah. He died December 16, 1993, in Muskogee. Funeral services were held December 21 at Grave Creek Baptist Church. Interment was in the Grave Creek Cemetery.  
He was survived by his sister, Leona FOX; his children, Eastman Leon RICHARD, Wesley RICHARD, Bill RICHARD, and Janelle JOHNSON; nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

SMITH
HENRYETTA - Sarah Jane SMITH was born June 7, 1913, in Weleetka. She died December 11, 1993, at her home. Funeral services were held December 14 at Shurden Chapel with Rev. Don WALKER officiating.  Pallbearers were Billy WILLIAMS, Barton WILLIAMS, Roy FISH, Larry LUELLEN, Don SMITH, and Jonathan RILEY. No information was given on the place of interment.
She was a homemaker and attended Hutchachuppa Baptist Church. She married Willis SMITH June 10, 1952, in Little Rock, AR. He preceded her in death. She was survived by her children and their spouses, Bruce SMITH, Brent SMITH, and Byron SMITH, all of Weleetka; daughters-in-law Vicky SMITH and Rita SMITH, both of Weleetka, daughters Barbara SMITH of Weleetka, and Susie SHAIKH of Edmond (Mohammed Shaikh); sisters Millie BOWMAN of Fort Thomas, AZ, and Ann DAVIS of Henrietta, TX; seven grandchildren and two step-grandchildren.

WALKER
RYAL - Alex WALKER was born January 25, 1912, in Okmulgee County. He died January 10, 1994.  Song services were held January 11 at Merritt Cottage Chapel followed by funeral services in the home of Elsie Lowery with Rev. Barney WALKER officiating the service. Pallbearers were Barney WALKER, Jr., Tommy WALKER, Allen LOWERY, Roley TAYLOR, Leo HARLEY, and Newman TAYLOR. Interment was in Hickory Ground No. 2 Cemetery.  
He was a retired laborer and a member of Hickory Ground Baptist Church No. 2. He was the son of Dick and Minda Harjo WALKER, both deceased. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Johnnie May McNac WALKER; sisters, Ella TAYLOR and Hepsey FRYE; half-sister Minnie GRAY; and brother, Robert WALKER. He was survived by his brothers, Rev. WALKER of Holdenville, and George WALKER of Ryal; several nieces and nephews, and many friends.

YARGEE
WETUMKA - Sam Wilson YARGEE was born June 6, 1936, in Wetumka. He died January 13, 1994, in Ada. Funeral services were held January 17 at Wetumka Indian Baptist Church with Rev. Alex BUCK and Rev. Jim WESLEY officiating. Interment was in the Yeager Cemetery.  
He was preceded in death by his parents, Phillip and Lesta Barnett YARGEE; and his brother, Roman YARGEE. He was survived by his stepmother, Winey YARGEE of Holdenville; brothers, Joseph YARGEE and David YARGEE of Shawnee, Tarpie YARGEE of Seminole, Henry YARGEE of Wright City, Robert YARGEE of Fore, Jack YARGEE of Eufaula, and Phillip YARGEE of Wewoka; sisters, Evelyn MCLEMORE of Tennessee, Bessie TALAMASY of Bowlegs, Rovena YARGEE and Josephine YARGEE, Both of Holdenville; aunts, Millie WESLEY, Lela BARNES, and Leanna MOON, all of Wetumka; uncle, Muncie BARNETT of Wetumka; stepbrothers, John KING of Tennessee, and Wallace SCOTT of Holdenville; and several nieces and nephews.
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March 1994

BUNNY
DUSTIN - Abraham BUNNY was born April 6, 1919, in Dustin. He died January 28, 1994, in Tulsa. Funeral services were held February 1 at Thewarle Baptist Church, where he was a member. Rev. Mitchell TAYLOR officiated the service. Pallbearers were Gaines BUNNY, Farron BUNNY, David SLOAD, Bobby FRYE, Johnny FRYE, and Johnny FRYE, Jr. Interment was in the Fife Family Cemetery.
He was a retired Muscogee Nation security guard and a veteran of the U.S. Army. He was preceded in death by his wife, Helen Harjo BUNNY; his parents, George and Sallie Hanson BUNNY; a brother, James BUNNY, and a sister, Irene Odom BUNNY. He was survived by his children, Betty BUNNY and Dennis BUNNY, both of Okmulgee; son-in-law, David SLOAN of Okmulgee, and grandsons, David and Simon SLOAN of the home; a sister, Lorene BAKER of Stillwater; three brothers, Newman “Doc” BUNNY of Bristow, Clarence “Dick” BUNNY of Glenpool, and George “Buddy” BUNNY of Oklahoma City; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

CAMPBELL
NASHVILLE - Neil Edward CAMPBELL was born November 16, 1939. He died January 16, 1994, at his Nashville home. Funeral services were held at Priest Lake Presbyterian Church in Nashville, TN. No information was given on the place of interment.
He lived most of his life in Texas and graduated from the University of Corpus Christi, was employed with American Airlines, and most recently worked as a customer service supervisor at their Nashville facility. He was descended from the last federally appointed chief of the Muscogee Nation, Waldo E. “Dode” McINTOSH, and was the nephew of the then current McIntosh District representative, Yahola Townsend.  
His survivors include his wife, Kay BALDRIDGE of the home; his parents, William M. and LaHoma CAMPBELL of Hurst, TX; two daughters, Christi VRAZEL of San Antonio, TX, and Shari FERPES of Brighton, Michigan; a brother, James CAMPBELL of Victoria, TX; a sister, Diana TAYLOR of Hurst, TX; and six grandchildren.

FIFE
HENRYETTA - Dollie King FIFE was born August 25, 1902, in Hughes County. She died January 22, 1994, at Henryetta Medical Center. Funeral services were held January 24 at Shurden Chapel, with Rev. Arlyn CLARY officiating. Pallbearers were Canuky ALWERT, Chuch CHONEY, Pat DEACON, Bill FIFE, Mike STILL, and John WOLF. Honorary pallbearers were Jim ADAMS, Robert ALWERT, Evelyn BROGDON, Brian FIFE, Tim FIFE, Dean JOJOLA, John JOJOLA, Bedixie KING, Kalon KING, J.C. MOUSER, Jack ROBINSON, Ellen WILLIS, and Bob WOLF. Interment was in Memorial Park Cemetery.
She was a homemaker and a long time member of the Okfuskee County Home Demonstration Club, Thewarle Baptist Church, and the Women’s Auxiliary of the American legion Post in Dustin.  
She was preceded in death by her parents, James D. and Mary Frances Durbin KING; her husband, Taylor Lowe FIFE, whom she married in 1924 at Weleetka; and an infant daughter, Marilyn FIFE. She was survived by her four daughters, Helen Fife JAJOLA and Betty Jo MOUSER, both of Eufaula, Geraldine WOLF of Sand Springs, and Loretta Fay ALWERT of Enid; 12 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and five great-great grandchildren.

FIFE
HENRYETTA - Joey A. “Red” FIFE was born January 22, 1950. He died February 9, 1994. Funeral services were held February 12 at Shurden Chapel with Rev. Eugene WHITLOW officiating. Pallbearers were Rufus WHITLOW, Jeff BYINGTON, Brian FIFE, Tim FIFE, Richard GAMBLER, and Frank BELCHER. Honorary pallbearers were Willard WEST, Bill FIFE, Phillip COON, and Bob WASHINGTON. No information was given on the place of interment.
He was a forklift operator for Unit Rig in Tulsa for 22 years. He was the son of Joe and Juanita West FIFE.
His father preceded him in death. His survivors include his mother of Dustin; brothers, Richard “Tuskee” PHILLIPS of Tulsa, and Bill FIFE of Sapulpa; sisters, Frances BELCHER of Checotah and Anna Jo WEFER of Sapulpa; and two nieces.

LEADER
HOLDENVILLE - Jeff Otis LEADER was born February 22, 1916, in Ragtown. He died January 18, 1994, at Tulsa Regional Medical Center. Graveside services were held January 22 with Rev. Bill MILLER officiating. Interment was in the Holdenville Cemetery.
He attended Holdenville High School and was a member of the 45th Division during World War II, serving with the Service Battery 171st Field Artillery. He was a lifetime member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 539 in Henryetta. He had also served on the Muscogee Nation Farm Authority Board.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Dave and Nancy Tiger LEADER; two sisters, Alice LEADER and Lizzie BRUNER; two brothers, Lenix LEADER nd John LEADER; and two great-granddaughters, Charity KIBBY and Megan LEADER. He was married to Mable CLARK November 6, 1937, in Mounds. She survives. His other survivors include his children and their spouses, Nancy LEADER of the home, and Terry and Billy KIBBY of Wetumka, David and Marilyn LEADER of Laytonville, CA; five grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.

MILLER
TWIN HILLS - Kizzie W. MILLER was born December 18, 1908, in Stone Bluff. She died January 5, 1994, at Tulsa Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held January 8 at Concharty United Methodist Church, where she was a member. Rev. Newman FRANK and Rev. George MILLER officiated the service.
She was active in the Concharty church and the Northeast District Senior Methodists. She worked as a nurses’ aide and retired from public health service at Talihina in 1973.
She was the daughter of Thomas and Samara Barnett WILSON, both deceased. She was survived by her sons Harold T. MILLER of Haskell, and Jackie W. MILLER of Oklahoma City; three grandchildren; and numerous cousins, nephews, nieces, and many other family members and friends.

PALMER
TULSA - Kenneth PALMER, Jr., was born January 27, 1954, at Fort Crowder, MO. He died February 11, 1994, from gunshot wounds. No other details on his funeral or interment were available at press time. A memorial was planned at a later time.
He was a 1972 graduate and all-state baseball player of Edison High School, a pitcher on the University of Oklahoma’s 1975 Big Eight Conference Baseball Championship team, and was drafted by the Oakland Athletics major league baseball team in 1978. He was an employee of the Tulsa County court clerk’s office and had been an employed as a Bingo employee with Creek Nation in Tulsa. He played four years in the minor leagues. He was the nephew of Muskogee District representative to Creek Nation, Helen CHUPCO. He was the grandson of the late Billy and Bessie PALMER.
He is survived by his parents, Kenneth and Frances PALMER, Sr.; and his sisters, Tracey Lee PALMER of Norman, and Haley Jo PALMER of the home.

SHIELDS
MUSKOGEE - Ada King SHIELDS was born December 19, 1908. She died January 18, 1994, at Tucson (AZ) Medical Center. Funeral services were held February 2 at Fosters’ Ivory Chapel with Rev. Paul SAMUELS officiating. Pallbearers were Edwin MOORS, Tom DONAHOE, Woody WILSON, Curtis WILSON, Rex HARNER, and Joe PARKER. Interment was in the Memorial Park Cemetery.
She graduated from Haskell Indian School and worked for 47 years with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, until her retirement in 1981. She was a member of Fife Memorial United Methodist Church.  
She is survived by her son, Fred SHIELDS of Tucson; a daughter-in-law, Rita SHIELDS of Tucson; three sisters, Lydia NELSON of Eufaula, Lizzie LEWIS of Checotah, and Effie HOMERATHA of Oklahoma City; two granddaughters and five great-grandchildren.

THOMAS
ODESSA, TX - Leatha THOMAS was born in 1910 in Okfuskee County. She died in January 1994.  Funeral services were held January 24 at Hubbard-Kelly Funeral Home Chapel. Interment was in the Henryetta Cemetery.  
She is survived by her three sons, Robert Edker THOMAS, Jr., of Claremore, Emmet Eugene THOMAS of Amarillo, TX, and Kenneth David THOMAS of Tulsa; her three daughters, Doris K. TRANTHAM and Mildred MORRIS, both of Odessa, TX, and Evelyn ADAMS of Coleman, TX; 19 grandchildren, 28 great grandchildren, and four great-great grandchildren..

TULSA
RYAL - Walter TULSA was born November 24, 1928. He died January 24, 1994, at Henryetta Medical Center. Funeral services were held January 28 at Ryal Community Baptist Church, where he was a member.  Rev. Bunny SOWEKA and Rev. Eugene HARJO officiated the service. Pallbearers were his nephews. Interment was in the Soweka Family Cemetery.
He was a laborer and a veteran of the U.S. Army. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dave and Sallie King TULSA, and a brother, Kenneth TULSA. He married his wife Alice TULSA on June 1, 1954, in Okmulgee. She survives. His other survivors include his four sons, Lewis TULSA and George HILL, both of Henryetta, Harry TULSA of the home, and John TULSA of Glenpool; two sisters, Nora FACTOR of Henryetta, and Katie TULSA of Tulsa; seven grandchildren, and a great-grandchild.

WASSOM
HARRISBURG, MO - Vivian WASSOM was born October 9, 1919 at Richardville. She died November 23, 1993. Interment was in the Rest Lawn Memorial Park.
She was a custodian for Junction City Schools. In 1962, she married Howard WASSOM, who is deceased.  She was survived by her daughter, Barbara Ann WASSOM of San Diego, CA; a brother, Sam BERRYHILL of Central Point, MO; a sister, Grace WRAY of TX; three grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.

WATSON
HENRYETTA - Sallie WATSON was born November 22, 1922, in Weleetka. She died February 17, 1994, at her home. Funeral services were held February 18 at the Simons-Merritt Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Bryant JESSE officiating. Interment was in the Hutchechuppa Cemetery.
She was a member of the Thewarle Baptist Church and active in senior citizen activities. She was preceded in death by her husband, John WATSON, her parents, Amosee and Nellie West RILEY; and a brother. Her survivors include her daughter, Joyce VIVIER of Ada; a sister, Alice HARJO of Seminole; a son-in-law, David Vivier of Ada; nephews, David Harjo of Tecumseh, and Jerry WALKER of Weatherford; four nieces, Wisely HARJO, Annette HARJO, Rebecca COYOTE, and Geraldine EVANS; two grandsons and six great grandchildren.

WHITLOW
DUSTIN - Louisa WHITLOW was born March 18, 1927. She died January 23, 1994, in Weleetka. Funeral services were held January 26 at Faith Baptist Church with Rev. Richard CARR officiating. Pallbearers were Andrew CAYWOOD, Robert MEADOWS, Dany LINDSEY, Buddy LINDSEY, Willie PROCTOR, and Gilbert MCCULLY. Interment was in the Whitlow Family Cemetery.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Watie WILDCAT; her parents, Edward and Minnie Harjo WHITLOW; and two brothers. She was survived by her daughter, Neomi LINDSEY of Dewar; her son, Robert WILDCAT of Tulsa; five brothers, Eugene WHITLOW of Weleetka, Johnny WHITLOW of Tulsa, William WHITLOW of Chicago, IL, Wisey COX of Quinton, and David WHITLOW of Glenpool; four sisters, Maggie COONHEAD of Tulsa, Sally HOLUBY of Dustin, Aline WATTIE of CA, and Dorothy OSCEOLA of Glenpool; 15 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
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April 1994

ASBURY
RYAL - Willie ASBURY was born November 30, 1923, in Eufaula. He died March 5, 1994, in Okmulgee. Funeral services were held March 9 at Ryal Community Church, where he was a member. Officiating the service were Rev. Bunny SOWEKA and Rev. Raymond BEAVER. Interment was in the Soweka Family Cemetery.
He was a Navy veteran of World War II and the son of Johnson and Hattie Sulphur ASBURY, both deceased. His survivors included his son, Norman ASBURY of Kansas; nieces, nephews and other relatives.

BUCK
HOLDENVILLE - Raymond Simpson BUCK was born April 12, 1926. He died February 17, 1994, at Holdenville. Funeral services were held February 21 at Many Springs Baptist Church, where he was a member. The services were officiated by Rev. Jimmy ANDERSON and Rev. James BRUNER. Pallbearers were Wiley WASHINGTON, Chebon BUCK, John BUCK, Mitchell BUCK, Otis BUCK, B.J. BUCK, Jackie SIEGRIST, Jr., and Jackie STINGER. Honorary pallbearers were Abraham GOODEN, Richard ANDERSON, Bontie ABERNATHY, Cleo ORR, Paul DUNN, Fred LOWE, B.T. FISH, James MCCOSAR, Lewis MCCOSAR, and Mike MOONEY. Interment was in the McCosar Cemetery.
He attended Spaulding School and Haskell Institute and served in both the Pacific and European theaters during World War II.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Nathan and Alice BUCK; three brothers, Jake BUCK, Frankie BUCK, and Otis BUCK; and a sister, Jeanette BUCK. His survivors include his wife, Bernita BUCK, of the home; his children and their spouses, Ramona and Tony FAULKNER of Claremore, Steve BUCK of Indiana, and Richard and Barbara BUCK of Tulsa; grandchildren, Tonya FAULKNER of Claremore, Mary BUCK of Tulsa, Chris LOVATO of Ft. Hood, TX, Jason LOVATO of the home, and Jamie KIRKLAND, Brandon LOWE, Ronnie BUCK, and Alicia BUCK, all of Holdenville; five brothers, Vernon BUCK of Del City, Nathan BUCK of Pryor, and Sock BUCK, Robert BUCK, and J.W. BUCK, all of Holdenville; two sisters, Leona BROOKS of Orlando, FL, and Margaret SIEGRIST of Holdenville; aunts, Nellie MCCOSAR of Sapulpa, Vivian MCCOSAR of Tulsa, Lizzie FACTOR and Ollie WOODS, both of Wewoka; and several nieces and nephews.

CREAMER
AMARILLO, TX - Betty Scott CREAMER was born January 18, 1921, at Sapulpa. She died February 16, 1994, in Amarillo. Funeral services were held at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. No date of services were given.  
She was raised on the Hopi Reservation, Second Mesa, AZ, and graduated from Arizona State University.  She was a pianist with the Amarillo Symphony and an accompanist for the Amarillo Civic Ballet. Her survivors include her son, James FORNARO of Baltimore, MD.

DERRISAW
OKMULGEE - Thelma Cora DERRISAW was born February 27, 1913, at Concharty. She died March 12, 1994, at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa. Funeral services were held March 16 at Newtown United Methodist Church, where she was a member. Officiating the services were Rev. Clarence BIGLER, Rev. Willie GOODEN, and Rev. George MILLER. Pallbearers were Charles BELL, Robbie RECORD, Tim THOMPSON, Dennis JUNEAU, Rex MOSQUITO, and Bobbie BROWN. Interment was in the Newtown Cemetery.  
She was retired from the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the daughter of Jasper and Ruth Anderson BELL. Her survivors included her husband, Roosevelt DERRISAW, of the home; and several nieces and nephews.

GEREN
BROKEN ARROW - Truman GEREN died February 20, 1994. No information was given on his age or birthdate. Funeral services were held February 24 at Christian-Gavlik Funeral Home. Interment was in the Vernon Cemetery.
He was a case manager for the Ahalaya Project and active in the Tulsa Indian community. He started the first support group for HIV-positive American Indian men and developed a Hispanic HIV-AIDS program.  
His survivors include his parents, Mary and Marvin GEREN; brothers, Johnny GEREN, Jeff GEREN, James GEREN, and Pudge GEREN; nephews, Andrew and Joshua and a niece, Jennifer (no last names given.)

RUSSELL
HENRYETTA - Mary Magdelene RUSSELL was born December 14, 1911, at Hoffman. She died March 14, 1994, in Tulsa. Funeral services were held March 17 at Immanuel Baptist Church with Jack VANCE officiating. Pallbearers were Billy BREWER, Robert RUSSELL, Curt RUSSELL, James Henry RUSSELL, Billy David RUSSELL, and Cullen HELMS. Honorary pallbearers were Woodrow ROBINSON, Keith OGLESBY, Rick OGLESBY, Joe NAIL, Richard CARTER, Carol BEAN, Jimmy KIDWELL, Albert BROWN, Dink LANGSTON, Tony HENRY, Bret RIDER, Mike RUSSELL and Albert PETERS. Interment was in the New Senora Cemetery.
She was a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church, Dewar. She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry RUSSELL; a son, Floyd RUSSELL; a sister, two brothers, and her parents, Joseph WILLIS and Nancy COLE. She is survived by 10 of her children, Ruby COATES of the home, Faye SHAWDAH, Nancy LONG, and James RUSSELL, all of Dewar, Dee RUSSELL, Sarah Ann KIDWELL, and Billy Joe RUSSELL, all of Henryetta, Curt RUSSELL of Tiger Mountain, Lee RUSSELL of Velma, and Charley RUSSELL of Rolla, MO; daughters-in-law, Gerry RUSSELL of Tiger Mountain, Mary RUSSELL of Valma, and Paula RUSSELL and Linda RUSSELL, both of Henryetta, Hazel RUSSELL of Dewar, and Suzanne RUSSELL of Rolla; sons-in-law Gene LONG of Dewar, and Jim KIDWELL of Henryetta; five sisters, Lilly NOBLIN and Arnette HICKS, both of Henryetta, Martha FRY of Dewar, Elise BROKEN of Bristow, and Irene WOODS of Estchadia, OR; 41 grandchildren; 95 great-grandchildren; and 11 great-great grandchildren.

TARYOLE
OKEMAH - Thomas “Nick” TARYOLE was born July 6, 1913. He died March 11, 1994. Funeral services were held March 14 at the Taryole Home with Wiley KING, Thompson GOUGE, Joseph FACTOR, John LOWE, and Legus LOWE officiating. Interment was in the Taryole Family Cemetery.
He was an active member of Nuyaka Tribal Town and the son of Prince and Marfy Mickey TARYOLE, both deceased. He was also preceded in death by his wifeWiney Mae LOWE; two brothers, Marchie TARYOLE and Frank TARYOLE; and a granddaughter, Thomasena BARNETT. His survivors include his son, Newman TARYOLE of Bristow; his daughter, Thelma BARNETT of Bristow; a brother, Van TARYOLE of Okemah; and eight grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren, and many other friends and relatives.

THOMAS
BROKEN ARROW - Alexander “German” THOMAS was born April 27, 1920, at Coweta. He died February 20, 1994 at Heritage Nursing Home in Muskogee. Funeral services were held February 22 at Broken Arrow United Indian Methodist Church, where he was a member. Officiating the service were Rev. Roy BIGPOND and Rev. George MILLER. Pallbearers were Harry PERRYMAN, Lewis PERRYMAN, Cecil LOWE, Kenneth CHILDERS, Samuel BUSH, and Mickey PRIMEAUX. Honorary pallbearers were Freeman MARSHALL, Harley WALDRUP, Zoal STRINGER, Andrew LOWE, Bert FOSTER, and Monk BECK. Interment was in the Vernon Cemetery.  
He retired from Braden Winch in 1983. He was with the Army 221st Headquarters 90th Infantry Division at Normandy during World War II and was awarded the Bronze Star, three Bronze Service Stars, and a Purple Heart. He was a member of Disabled American Veterans and served two terms as a Wagoner-Rogers-Mayes District representative in the Muscogee (Creek) National Council.
He was the son of Lewis and Sally Carr THOMAS, both deceased. He was survived by his wife, Ruby Faye Hakes THOMAS of the home; his two sons, Randy THOMAS and Thomas THOMAS, both of Coweta; his daughter, Suzanne Denise SMITH of Coweta; a sister, Christine Wylley SMITH of Broken Arrow; and five grandchildren, Randy, Ronnie, Brandon, and Lawanna THOMAS, and Nicole SMITH.

TIGER
OKEMAH - Betsy TIGER was born March 14, 1931, at Castle. She died March 8, in Okemah. Funeral services were held March 10 at Springfield United Methodist Church, where she was a member. The service was officiated by Rev. Jerry BAKER, Rev. H.A. FIXICO, and Rev. Alvin DEERE. Interment was in the Fixico Family Cemetery.
She was a retired cook from the Creek Nation Community Hospital. She was preceded in death by her husband, Eugene TIGER; a daughter; and her parents, Roman FIXICO and Louinie Simmer HARJO. Her survivors include four daughters, Eugenia THOMPSON of Schulter, Wynona TIGER of Los Angeles, CA, Beverly SWEETWATER of Corona, CA, and Ellen FORSYTHE of Mission Viejo, CA; three sons, Bill WOFOER of Okemah, Eugene TIGER, Jr., of Oklahoma City, and Christopher TIGER of Reno, NV; four sisters, Etta Mae FIXICO, Rachel FIXICO, Nakomis VELA, and Rebecca KINGSBERRY; and two brothers, C.M. FIXICO and Hiawatha FIXICO.

WALKER
HENRYETTA - Jackie Sue WALKER was born September 16, 1948, at Tahlequah. She died February 2, 1994, at Tulsa Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held February 5 at Merritt Funeral Service Chapel with Rev. John BUCKNER officiating. Pallbearers were David Dean FRANCIS, Tom PICKERING, Gary WALKER, Sammy THOMAS, Joe MCGIRT, and Taylor FIELDS. Interment was in the Artussee Cemetery. She was preceded in death by her parents, Dorsey and Lucille Billy FRANCIS. Her survivors include her children, Jamie Sue WALKER, Jenna Sky WALKER, James WALKER and Jeffrey Allen WALKER, all of Eufaula.
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May 1994

BEAR
MASON - Atley Bob BEAR was born March 27, 1943. He died April 5, 1994, at Okmulgee Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held April 9 at Buckeye Baptist Church. Interment was in the New HICKS Family Cemetery.  
He was a laborer, a U.S. Air Force veteran, and the son of Lonnie and Annie Coker BEAR. His father is deceased. His mother survives. He was married to Susanna DEERINGWATER in 1974. She survives. He is also survived by his three sons, Dale BEAR of Bartlesville, Mike BEAR of Okmulgee, and Gaylan BEAR of Kellyville; his four daughters, Lonnaetta BEAR, Mary BEAR, and Dana BEAR, all of Clewiston, FL, and Diana BAKER of Okemah; a sister, Pat NOON of Okemah; three brothers, Lon BEAR, Clifford BEAR, and Ashley BEAR, all of Okemah; and nine grandchildren.

FARRAR
HENRYETTA - Foster Ernest “Dink” FARRAR was born August 3, 1917. He died March 30, 1994, at Henryetta Medical Center. Funeral services were held April 1 at the Robert Simons Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jack VANCE officiating. Pallbearers were Bill JONES, Jack WALLACE, Randy WILLIAMS, Bob ROUNSAVILLE, Chris JONES, and Bernie SIMONS. Interment was in the Westlawn Cemetery.
He was a retired welder and a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ernest and Dora Greg FARRAR; and three brothers, Elmer WILLIAMS, Everett WILLIAMS, and Cecil WILLIAMS. He was survived by two brothers, M. B. WILLIAMS of Henryetta, and George FARRAR of Hobbs, NM; two sisters, Geraldine ROUNSAVILLE of Wichita Falls, TX, and Velma KRAMER of Bomont, CA; and several nieces and nephews.

HARJO
HENRYETTA - Eziel John HARJO was born September 12, 1933, at Henryetta. He died March 29, 1994, at his home. Funeral services were held April 1 at the Simons Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Bunny HILL officiating. Pallbearers were Kenneth TIGER, George TIGER, Mathew TIGER, Dean TIGER, Claudie FIELDS, and Roley FRY. Interment was in the Harjo Family Cemetery.
He was a member of the Yardeka Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, George and Lillie Simmer HARJO; and a brother, Eugene Hillis HARJO.

JACKSON
MORRIS - Lovanna JACKSON was born March 1, 1925. She died April 3, 1994, at Tulsa Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held April 7 at Big Cussetah United Methodist Church, where she was a member. Rev. Jerry BYRD and Rev. Willie GOODEN officiated the service. Interment was in the Big Cussetah Cemetery.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Simon and Selina JACKSON. She was survived by her daughter, Della Marie JACKSON; nieces, nephews and friends.

JOHNSON
BRISTOW - Lucinda Allen JOHNSON was born July 21, 1894, in Indian Territory. She died March 31, in Bristow. Funeral services were held April 4, 1994, at St. Joseph Catholic Church, where she was a member.  Interment was in the Allen Family Cemetery.
She was a retired farmer-rancher who still lived on her Euchee allotment land near Bristow. May 18, 1992 was proclaimed Lucinda Allen Johnson Day by Oklahoma Governor David WALTERS and her ranch was designated as a centennial ranch for being one of the oldest operating ranches in Oklahoma. She had also taught school on the Mescalero-Apache reservation in New Mexico.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Gus JOHNSON; and two sons, Lucian TIGER and Alvin JOHNSON. She was survived by her daughter, Majel FRYE of Kellyville; two sisters, Ella BURGESS of Oklahoma City, and Ann COPPINGER of Bristow; three grandchildren, Muscogee Nation Supreme Court Justice Ed FRYE of Bristow, Majel Lu STEVENSON of Tulsa, and Sonny TIGER of Kellyville; eight great grandchildren, and 13 great-great grandchildren.

MARTIN
SAPULPA - Mary Ruth MARTIN was born March 3, 1927, at Wetumka. She died April 8, 1994. She was interred at Green Hills Veterans Mausoleum April 10.  
Her survivors included her husband, William Glen MARTIN, of the home; her father, Bunnie MANLEY of Oologah; her two sons, Joseph BEAR and Michael BEAR, both of Tulsa; her daughter, Ruby BUCKMAN of San Francisco; three sisters, Bunny MANLEY of Jenks, Judy PECK of Tulsa, and Tommie Jean NICKELL of Hazelgreen, KY; two grandchildren, and a great-grandchild.

SIMMERS
OKMULGEE - Abraham SIMMERS was born April 3, 1921. He died March 30, 1994, at Creek Nation Community Hospital. Funeral services were held April 2 at Newtown United Methodist Church, where he was a member. The services were officiated by Rev. Jerry BAKER and Rev. Mike HARJO. Pallbearers were Rusty POWELL, Butch POWELL, Charlie HICKS, Tobias SIMMERS, Jr., Kabeah BEAR, and Giant BEAR. Interment was in the Miller Memorial Cemetery.
He was a retired construction worker and a U.S. Army decorated veteran of World War II. He married Nevada WILLIAMS in 1942. He was the son of Sam and Sarah Miller SIMMERS, both deceased. He was also preceded in death by a brother, David POWELL; and two sisters, Pauline GRAYSON and Bernice HICKS. He was survived by his two sons, Sam SIMMERS of Okmulgee, and Abraham SIMMERS of  Tulsa; his two daughters, Lois HICKS of Okmulgee, and Abby SIMMER of Tulsa; one brother, Curtis SIMMERS of Bristow; three sisters, Ester VAN WOUDENBERG, Rebecca AUTABO, and Priscilla KABEAH, all of Okmulgee; and a grandson.

WATASHE
BRYANT - Charlene WATASHE was born January 27, 1954, at Oklahoma City. She died March 21, 1994, at McAlester General Hospital. Funeral services were held March 24 at Arbeka Baptist Church, where she was a member. Rev. John LOWE and Rev. Robert WASHINGTON officiated the service. Interment was in the Arbeka Cemetery.
She married Richard WATASHE in 1971. He survives. She is also survived by her father, Charlie COSAR of Seminole; her five daughters, Erin WATASHE, Renae WATASHE, Sophroma WATASHE, Cynthia WATASHE, and Athena WATASHE, all of Glenpool; a brother, Freeland Butch POWELL of Tulsa; a sister, Rita ANDERSON of Tulsa; and two grandchildren.

WHITE
KANSAS CITY, MO - Hazel Jean Tomlin WHITE was born January 20, 1921, at Beggs. She died March 23, 1994. Funeral services were held March 26 at Jones and Sons Funeral Chapel with Rev. Chiffie TOMLIN officiating. Pallbearers were Ricky HARRIS, Edwin HARRIS, Christopher HARRIS, Lawrence CLAY, Carl AGEE, and Louis JACKSON. Interment was in the Longview Cemetery.
She was a member of Salem Baptist Church, Kansas City, KS. She was preceded in death by her husband, Earnest WHITE; and a daughter, Brenda WHITE. She was survived by three daughters, Wanda WHITE and Ernestine KING, both of Kansas City, MO, and Derline HARRIS of the home; two brothers, Jack TOMLIN of Kansas City, KS, and Richard TOMLIN of Oklahoma City; four nieces, one nephew, 15 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren; and other relatives and friends.
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July 1994

ANDERSON
SHAWNEE - Inez W. ANDERSON was born September 2, 1902, near Schoolton, Indian Territory. She died May 24, 1994, at a Shawnee Hospital. Funeral services were held May 28 at Little Cemetery Chapel.  Interment was in the Little Cemetery.  
She attended schools at Forty-Nine, Sacred Heart Catholic School, and graduated from Haskell Institute, Lawrence, KS. She taught sewing at the Navajo Boarding School in Arizona, married and returned to Oklahoma and settled in the Excelsior community to farm.
She was preceded in death by her husband, whom she married in 1926; two sisters, Pauline MILLS and Delma McLELLAND; and a son, Edward ANDERSON. She was survived by her other children and their spouses, Hans and Molly ANDERSON of Midwest City, Susanne and Larry SMITH of Shawnee, and Helen and H.J. WHITE of Muskogee; brother and sister-in-law, Rev. Theodore and Melvina BAKER of Oklahoma City; nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

DEERE
CROMWELL - Jimmie Papah DEERE was born May 14, (1994) and died later at Bartlett Memorial Medical Center in Sapulpa. Funeral services we held May 17 at Little Quarsarty Baptist Church with Rev.Fred LINDSEY and Rev. Hiawatha Boots FIXICO officiating. Interment was in the Little Quarsarty Cemetery.  
He was survived by his parents, Jimmy and Suzetta DEERE of Sapulpa; his sisters, Patricia, Andrea Elizabeth, Lydia Michelle, and Josie Marie DEERE of the home; and grandparents Marvin and Shirley SQUIRE of Glenpool.

JOHNSON
OKEMAH - Ben Coon JOHNSON was born April 20, 1916, at Castle. He died May 31, 1994, at the Creek Nation Community Hospital at Okemah. Funeral services were held June 4 at Greenleaf Baptist Church. No information was given on the place of interment.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Alice JOHNSON; two daughters, Francis JOHNSON and Evelyn JOHNSON; and a son, Bill JOHNSON. He was survived by two sons, Jimmy JOHNSON and Van JOHNSON of the home; four daughters, Mary ROBERTS and Barbara HERNANDEZ, both of Oklahoma City, Shirley TALAMASEY and Marie VASQUEZ, both of Okemah; and a foster daughter, Yvonne JORDAN of Seminole; 10 grandchildren and 33 great-grandchildren.

MOORE
WEATHERFORD - Napoleon MOORE was born December 12, 1907, at the Half Moon Ranch in Okmulgee County. He died May 23, 1994, in Clinton. Funeral services were held May 26 at The Chapel, with Rev. Max MALONE officiating. Pallbearers were Paul ARMSTRONG, Randy MOORE, Tom RIVERA, Dick SAWATZKY, Issy UMSCHEID, and Bill WALKER. Interment was in the Greenwood Cemetery.  
He attended Morris schools and graduated from Chilocco Indian School in 1927. He attended Haskell Institute in Lawrence, KS, and served 39 months in the China-Burma-India theater during World War II.  
He was employed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs for ten years at the Pawnee Agency and later owned the Mohawk Lodge Indian Store in Clinton for 30 years.
He was preceded in death by his parents, William B. and Leona Matlock MOORE; three brothers (unnamed); and his wife, Dorothy Mae HOWECUM. His survivors include seven brothers, John MOORE of Macon, GA, Thomas MOORE and Lawrence MOORE, both of Okmulgee, Kenneth MOORE and Glenn MOORE, Sr., both of Morris, Edwin S. MOORE of Muskogee, and Marcy MOORE of Concharty; and cousins, nieces and nephews.
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AUGUST 1994

MONTGOMERY
OKMULGEE - Elouise “Cindy” Kaler MONTGOMERY was born March 10, 1958, in Henryetta. She died June 29, 1994. Graveside services were held July 2 at Okmulgee Cemetery. Officiating were Rev. Bob BURCH, with Rev. John LOWE assisting.
Her survivors include her husband Jeff MONTGOMERY of Okmulgee; her children, Stephanie Adrianne Thomas BURROWS and Rodney Len THOMAS, both of Okmulgee; seven sisters, Dos GANN and Sarah PEELER, both of Okmulgee, Barbara FOGLE of Hanna, Mae Turpin KALER of Hilo, HI, Janie Palen COEN of Chelsea, Dee-Dee Kaler FISH of Dustin, and Tracy SHELTON of Ponca City; three brothers, Danny KALER and Max KALER, both of Okmulgee, and James KALER of Muskogee; and a host of other family members.

FIFE
DUSTIN - Juanita FIFE of Dustin died (in June?) 1994. No information was given on her age, date or place of birth, or date and place of death. Funeral services were held July 1, 1994, at Thewarle Baptist Church with Rev. EASTMAN and Eugene WHITLOW officiating. Pallbearers were Frank BELCHER, Berlyn WEFER, Jeff BYINGTON, Jerry SUMKA, and Brian FIFE. Honorary pallbearers were Jack ROBERTSON, Phillip COON, George ROFTIS, Barton LOONEY, and George GRAY. Interment was in New Sonora Cemetery.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Josey FIFE, whom she married in 1945,and her son, Joey FIFE. She was survived by her daughters, Anna J. WEFNER and Frances BELCHER, both of Sapulpa; her other sons, Jim FIFE of Sapulpa, and Richard “Tuskee” PHILLIPS of Tulsa; brother, William WEST of Bowlegs; sister, Nora WEST of Henryetta; two grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

MCHENRY
BROKEN ARROW - Walter McHENRY was born June 17, 1913, in the West Community. He died in July 1994. No day of death was given. Prayer services were held July 5 followed by funeral services July 6 at Broken Arrow United Indian Methodist Church, where he was a member. Officiating the funeral service were Rev. Newman FRANK, Sr., assisted by Rev. Tim BYINGTON. No information was given on the place of interment.  
He was a 1932 graduate of Broken Arrow High School and a retired landscaper following 13 years employment at Oral Roberts University. He was a certified lay speaker of the United Methodist Church and a member of the Northeast District Senior Methodists.
He was the son of Lewis and Ida Kelly MCHENRY, both deceased. He married Josephine ALEXANDER on October 1, 1936, in Broken Arrow. She survives. He is also survived by his children and their spouses, Ronald MCHENRY of Coweta, and Chuck MCHENRY of Broken Arrow (Martha MCHENRY and Ruth MCHENRY), Janis and Jerry IMOTICHEY of Milburn, and Teena and Mike BOYCE of Broken Arrow; brother and sister-in-law, Onis and Louise MCHENRY of Pryor; 17 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
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September 1994

HAYES
CHECOTAH - Jimmy HAYES was born April 5, 1941. He died August 15, 1994, at a Tulsa hospital. Funeral services were held August 17 at Smith Chapel officiated by Scottish Rite Degree team and Rev. Larry GASTON. Pallbearers were Bob DANIELS, Dan GEORGE, Don ROBERTS, Dick PYLE, Joe LeMASTERS, and Charlie PETERSON. Interment was in the Greenlawn Cemetery.
He was an attorney, a Muscogee Nation Supreme Curt Justice, vice-president of the National American Indian Judicial Association, and a member of Checotah Masonic Lodge 86 AF & AM, Checotah International Order of Odd Fellows Lodge, Bedouin Shrine, and Shrine Jesters. He was also a muncipal judge and a member of Checotah United Methodist Church.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Lloyd and Nicy Howell HAYES, and a sister. His survivors include his wife, Carroll Harris HAYES, whom he married February 2, 1963; his two sons, Bret HAYES and Jay HAYES, both of Checotah; a granddaughter, Brittnee HAYES of Checotah; a brother, Tom HAYES of Mineola, TX; three uncles, Lee HAYES of Checotah, Forest HAYES of Muskogee, and Wilburn HAYES of CA; and four aunts, Elma MYERS and Marie TEWELL, both of CA, Wynema MARSHALL of OR, and Mildred DENSON of Checotah.

LEYBAS
HENRYETTA - Bennie Leos LEYBAS was born March 2, 1919, in Thurber, TX. He died August 16,1994, in Tulsa. Funeral services were held August 18 at Shurden Funeral Chapel with Rev. John LOWE and Alfred HARLEY officiating. Interment was in the Arbeka Baptist Church Cemetery.
He was a retired minor and a member of Arbeka Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, Antonio LEYBAS and Santiago LEOS; and two children, Raymond LEYBAS and Ramona LEYBAS. He is survived by his wife, Lillian George Albert LEYBAS, whom he married August 2, 1944, in Okmulgee; his three daughters, Daisy HOWELL, Shirley McKAY, and Bertha BROWN, all of Okmulgee; his six sons, Bennie LEYBAS, Jr., Wattie LEYBAS, Michael LEYBAS, and Johnny LEYBAS, all of Okmulgee, and Daniel LEYBAS of Singapore; two brothers, Manuel LEYBAS of Kearney, AZ, and Tachio LEYBAS of Phoenix, AZ; two sisters, Pauline LUKER of Livonia, Michigan, and Cecila CAMBOS of San Antonio, TX; and 15 grandchildren.

NEVAQUAYA
HICHITA - Bessie Lorene NEVAQUAYA was born December 10, 1919, in Hanna. She died August 14, 1994, in Okmulgee. Funeral services were held August 18 at Grave Creek Baptist Church, where she was a member. Officiating the service were Rev. Christopher HARJO and Robert WASHINGTON. Interment was in the Hillabee Cemetery.  
She worked in the dry cleaning business and was preceded in death by her parents, Solomon and Millie Roberts FIELDS; her husband Malcolm NEVAQUAYA; a sister, Amanda DEER; and a brother, Sonny FIELDS. She was survived by a daughter, Millicent LANDERS of Okmulgee; a son, Albert ARSEE of Morris; two sisters, Rose FIELDS of Morris, and Nancy HICKS of Okemah; a brother, David LONG of Okemah; and 10 grandchildren.

NOBLIN
HENRYETTA - Lillie NOBLIN was born February 27, 1904, in Henryetta. She died August 12, 1994. Funeral services were held August 17 at Freewill Baptist Church. Interment was in the Salt Creek Cemetery.  
She was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph and Nancy Cole WILLS; her husband, Bill NOBLIN; a grandson, Gary PETERSON; two brothers, Edward WILLS and Frank TRUSTY; and two sisterss, Goldie HENSLEY and Magdelene RUSSELL. Her survivors include her three daughters, Eva PETERSON and Maggie HOLMAN, both of Henryetta, and Wanda CANTRELL of Tulsa; five sisters, Martha FRY and Ruby COATES, both of Dewar, Arnetta HICKS of Henryetta, Elsie BROKER of Bristow, and Irene WOODS of Estacado, OR; 15 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and five great-great grandchildren.

BARNES
WETUMKA - Thomas Alex BARNES was born November 15, 1921, in Wetumka. He died July 17, 1994, at his home. Funeral services were held July 19 at Salt Creek Baptist Church, where he was a member.  Rev. Bill BEAVER and Jim WESLEY officiated the service. Pallbearers were his grandsons. Interment was in the Barnes Family Cemetery.  
He was a U.S. Army veteran and was employed in Oklahoma City as a municipal park foreman. He held many positions at the Salt Creek church, including deacon, Sunday school superintendent, teacher, church treasurer, trustee and business moderator.
He was the son of Thales and Annie Penn BARNES, both deceased. He was survived by his wife, Lela Barnett BARNES, whom he married November 17, 1941; his two sons, Charles Toma BARNES of the home, and Sidney BARNES of Tulsa; his four daughers, Malinda Ann GIBSON of Chickasah, Gloria JONES of Holdenville, Micki DEER of Wetumka, and Paul HERROD of Shawnee; one granddaughter, Summer Leigh BARNES of the home; a sister, Betty HOTULKA of Wetumka; a half-sister, Rose Marie MARTIN of Henryetta; 23 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
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October 1994

ALEXANDER
SAPULPA - Mary A. Felix ALEXANDER was born December 9, 1930, in Kellyville. She died August 10,1994, at Sherwood Manor Nursing Center at Tulsa. Funeral services were held October (?)14 at Pickett Chapel United Methodist Church, where she was a member. Rev. John LOWE and Rev. Julienne JUDD officiated. Interment was in the Felix Family Cemetery.  
She was a full blood Yuchi. She graduated from Haskell Institute in Lawrence, KS, worked as an insurance clerk for Muscogee Nation, and was active in the Creek Nation Rodeo Club.
She was preceded in death by a sister, Lena Felix WALKER, and a brother, James FELIX, Jr. She was survived by her three sons, Robert ALEXANDER and William ALEXANDER, both of Kellyville, and Jimmy ALEXANDER of Tulsa; her daughter, Sunshine King HUNTER of Okmulgee; a brother, Amos FELIX, Jr., of Kellyville; three sisters, Irene PARKINSON, Bessie CAHWEE, and Sarah WHINERY, all of Kellyville; and four grandchildren.

DERRISAW
OKMULGEE - Roosevelt DERRISAW was born December 10, 1907, in Okmulgee. He died September 8,1994, in Okmulgee. Funeral services were held September 12 at Newtown United Methodist Church. Rev. Sammy CHUPCO, Rev. Willie GOODEN, and Rev. George MILLER officiated the service. Interment was in Newtown United Methodist Church Cemetery.
He was a retired machinist and welder. He was preceded in death by his parents, David and Maggie DERRISAW; and his wife, Thelma DERRISAW. His survivors included a brother, Willie DERRISAW of Oklahoma; his daughter and her husband, Chiquita and Joe MCNAC of Okmulgee; and several nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives.

FIELDS
DUSTIN - Sonny FIELDS was born August 2, 1935, in Weleetka. He died July 18, 1994, at Wetumka. Funeral services were held at Faith Baptist Church with Rev. Richmond CARR and Rev. Chris HARJO officiating. Pallbearers were his nephews. Interment was in Hillabee Cemetery.
He attended Euchee Boarding School in Sapulpa and Jones Academy in Hartshorne. He worked for the Muscogee Nation dairy.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Solomon and Millie Roberts FIELDS; and a sister, Amanda DEERE. His survivors include his two sons, Richard Allen FIELDS of Holdenville, and James Allen FIELDS of Oklahoma City; one brother, David LONG of Okemah; three sisters, Nancy HICKS of Okemah, and Rose FIELDS and Bessie NEVAQUAYA, both of Morris; four grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends.

GAYLOR
OKEMAH - Tom GALOR was born February 13, 1952, at Wewoka. He died August 28, 1994 at his home. Funeral services were held August 31 at Parks Brothers Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. David SHATWELL officiating. Pallbearers were Sheldon FRANK, Mike KHODADIAN, Carson THOMASON, David THOMASON, James WHITE, and Nelson WINTERS. Pallbearers were Sheldon FRANK, Mike KHODADIAN, Carson THOMASON, David THOMASON, James WHITE, and Nelson WINTERS. Honorary pallbearers were Franklin LOWE and Sam REMIS. Interment was in the Gaylor-Wolf Family Cemetery.
He was a laboratory technician and director of radiology at Creek Nation Community Hospital. He attended the United Pentecostal Church, Okemah.  
His survivors include his parents, Clarence and Emma Wolf GAYLOR, of Wewoka; two brothers, Kenneth GAYLOR and Larry GAYLOR, both of Wewoka; and companion, Monte J. THOMASON of Okemah.

GRAY
HOLDENVILLE - Lucy Scott GRAY was born March 2, 1913, in Wetumka. She died August 30, 1994, at Creek Nation Community Hospital in Okemah. Funeral services were held September 3 at Pecan Grove United Methodist Church, where she was a member. The service was officiated by Rev. Malcom TIGER. No information was given on the place of interment.
She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Nausoche Beaver SCOTT; and her husband William GRAY, whom she married in December 1980. She was survived by her ten children, Ella COOK and Lucille WEST, both of Okemah, Pauline NORRIS, Minnie WARD, Mesulta WARD and George GRAY, all of Oklahoma City, and Imogene GRAY, Nellie HANN, and Walter GRAY, all of Washington State, and Jimmy Gray of Tahlequah; three sisters and two brothers.

HICKS
OKEMAH - Nancy HICKS was born April 27, 1925, in Dustin. She died August 27, 1994, at St. Francis Hospital at Tulsa. Funeral services were held September 1 at Prairie Springs Baptist Church, where she was a member. Rev. Joe SMITH and Wallace GAMBLER officiated the service. Pallbearers were her sons and grandsons. Interment was in Hillabee Cemetery.  
She attended Eufaula Boarding School and graduated from Chilocco Indian School. She worked as a laundry attendant and was later employed with the Wrangler Corporation.  
She was preceded in death by her parents, Roley and Millie Roberts LONG; her husband, Lloyd HICKS, whom she married in 1953 in Hanna; a brother, Sonny FIELDS; and a sister, Bessie NEVAQUAYAH. Her survivors include her three sons, Roy HICKS of Okemah, Lloyd HICKS of Okmulgee, and Noah TIGER of Oklahoma City; her daughter, Verlayne GAMBLER of Okemah; one brother, Dave LONG of Okemah; 16 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren,, nieces, nephews, several other relatives and many  friends.

LONG
WETUMKA - Rev. Thomas Jefferson LONG was born October 31, 1925, in Holdenville. He died September 5, 1994, in a Tulsa hospital. Funeral services were held September 9 at Salt Creek United Methodist Church with Rev. Roy BIGPOND and Rev. Harry LONG officiating. Pallbearers were Eric BEATTY, Farrell BLACKBARREL, Paul BLACKBARREL, Jr., Micah WOLFE, Toby WATASHE, Heston LONG, Matthew MESSER, and Alex WOLFE. Interment was in Newtown United Methodist Church Cemetery.
He was a Methodist minister, retired after 35 years in the ministry. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and was a member of Honey Creek United Methodist Church.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Mattie WOLFE; a daughter, Karen LONG; a grandson, Brian BEATTY; and a sister, Christie HANCE. His survivors include five daughters, Vicky WATASHE, Minnie WOLFE, and Sidney LONG, all of Okmulgee, Thomasine LONG of Mounds, and Lou Ann MESSER of Muskogee; two sons, Bob LONG of Okmulgee, and Guy LONG of Tulsa; three brothers, Harry LONG of Seminole, and Nathan LONG and Maxie KNIGHT, both of Holdenville; and 12 grandchildren.

McINTYRE
OKEMAH - Larry Allen McINTYRE II was born July 22, 1964, in Tulsa. He died August 24, 1994, as a result of an auto accident. Graveside services were held August 26 at Highland Cemetery with Rev. Rex VANN officiating. Pallbearers were Doug POWERS, Ray SPAIN, Jimmy VAN HORN, Jr., Tom NED, Chuck NED, and Rick BISHOP.  
He was an emergency medical technician for Creek Nation Community Hospital in Okemah. He was preceded in death by his mother, Betty Lewis McINTYRE. He was survived by his father and step-mother, Raymond and Sioux VANN, of Grand Prairie, TX; his wife, Cherri Lynne McINTYRE, of the home; his two sons, Harlen Marshall McINTYRE and Marshall Carpenter McINTYRE, both of the home; two sisters and their husbands, Lisa and Roger MARTIN of Mooreland, and Teresa and Doug MARTIN of Oologah; brother-in-law and sisters-in-law, Alan SCOTT, Marsha SCOTT and Michelle SCOTT, all of Okemah; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H.T. SCOTT of Okemah; two uncles, Frank LEWIS of Claremore, and Ed LEWIS of Watonga.
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December 1994

BRUNER
TWIN HILLS - Miller BRUNER was born March 28, 1918, in Okmulgee. He died October 14, 1994, at Claremore Indian Hospital. Funeral services were held October 17 at Concharty United Methodist Church, where he was a member. Officiating the service was Rev. Harry LONG. No information was given on the place of interment.
He was a truck drive, brick layer and ranch hand and a lifelong resident of the Twin Hills area. He was survived by his wife, Esther BRUNER; a sister, Louvina BRUNER; and a brother, Robert BRUNER, all of the Twin Hills area; two stepdaughters; two stepsons; several grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

CASEY
CROMWELL - Brenda Lee Bunner CASEY was born May 4, 1945, in Okemah. She died October 16, 1994. Funeral services were held October 19 at Little Quarsarty Baptist Church. Pallbearers were Alan RITTER, David BUNNER, Ken BUNNER, Keith BUNNER, Jerry DEERE, and Tom KING. No information was given on the place of interment.  
She was the daughter of David and Esther BUNNER. Her father and a nephew preceded her in death. She is survived by her mother of Glenpool, her husband, Virgil CASEY of Bixby; her two daughters, Virenda CASEY of Bixby, and Tara RITTER of Tulsa; two sisters, Pat BUNNER of Morris, and Margie KELLEY of Glenpool; three brothers, David L. BUNER and Gary BUNNER, both of Tulsa, and Kenney BUNNER of Okmulgee; a son-in-law, Alan RITTER of Tulsa; and several nieces and nephews.

NEWTON
CHECOTAH - Tommy Scott NEWTON was born August 29, 1967, in Muskogee. He died November 8, 1994, in Tulsa. Funeral services were held November 11 at Brush Hill Baptist Church, where he was a member. Rev. Gary KEEN officiated the service. Pallbearers were Tom PICKERING, Berry HOWELL, Justin HOWELL, Ed TOIIUS, Mike NEWTON, H.B. TAYLOR, Bill Davis, Randy DILL, Brad FOX, George JOHNSON, Eastmon HOLLOWAY, and Randy OWENS. Interment was in the Greenlawn Cemetery.
He was a McIntosh District representative to the Muscogee (Creek) National Council. He was the son of Leo and Charlene Fox NEWTON. His father preceded him in death. He is survived by his mother of Checotah; his grandmother, Leona FOX of Checotah; a brother, Timothy Leo NEWTON of Checotah; a niece, Kathey NEWTON of Checotah; two aunts, Esther HOLLOWAY of Tahlequah, and Josephine OWENS of Checotah; thre uncles, Joe FOX, Junior NEWTON, and Herman NEWTON, all of Checotah.

PETERS
HOFFMAN - Leora PETERS was born July 10, 1901, in Indian Territory. She died September 11, 1994, in Albuquerque, NM. Graveside services were held September 16 with Rev. Barbara BROWN officiating. Interment was in the Hoffman Cemetery.
She was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church in Henryetta. She was preceded in death by her parents, Pink PATTON and Mary BUTLER; her husband, Silver PETERS; two sons; and one daughter. Her survivors include her children and their spouses, Nadine and Charles BOND of Hobbs, NM, Billye CLARK of Albuquerque, Jerry PETERS of Pomona, CA, Earl and Roberta PETERS of Las Vegas, NV, and Ed and Marian PETERS of Albuquerque; two sisters, Lora JENNINGS of Albuquerque, NM, and Marie MAHONEY of Oklahoma City; 13 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

SCOTT
EUFAULA - Susan Ann Cosar SCOTT was born July 18, 1898, in Eufaula, Indian Territory. She died October 25, 1994. A wake services was held with Rev. Ernest BEST, Rev. Rudolph COLBERT, Rev. Richmond CARR, Rev. Amos BEAN, and Rev. Bryce SCOTT officiating. No information was given on the date or location of the Wake, the funeral, nor the place of interment.
She was an active member of West Eufaula Baptist Church since 1910. She held offices in the church, the Womens’ Missionary Union continuously, as well as offices in the Muscogee-Seminole-Wichita Indian Baptist Association.
She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Lucinda Lewis COSAR; her husband, Bennie Buckskin SCOTT, whom she married in 1918; two sons, Sandy Mack SCOTT and George SCOTT; a brother, Chester COSAR; and a sister, Melissa Cosar DOUGLAS. She was survived by her two daughters, Harriet TIGER of Eufaula, and Samarian HERNDON of Shawnee; her other son, Chester SCOTT of Ada; a grandson, Jon M. TIGER of Eufaula; 21 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren, and 15 great-great grandchildren.

STAPP
SAND CREEK - Nancy Fish STAPP was born May 28, 1919. She died in October, 1994. No day of death was given. Funeral services were held October 31, 1994, at Sand Creek Baptist Church with Rev. Harry ANDERSON and Rev. Bill BEAVER officiating. Pallbearers were her grandsons Art STRONG, Johnny STRONG, Danny STAPP, Jr., Adam STAPP, Clint STAPP, and Brett STAPP. Interment was at Sand Creek Cemetery.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Dan and Dora Pack FISH; her husband, Gene D. STAPP; three sisters, Opal, Ellen, and Margret (No last names given; three brothers, Charles FISH, Jake FISH, and Arthur FISH; and one grandson, Steven STAPP. Her survivors include her twelve children, Lavern COUNTS, Louise BUCK, Brenda HOWELL, Rita SMITH, Anita STAPP, Carole STAPP, Sharon STAPP, Pete STAPP, Danny STAPP, Bobby STAPP, Ronnie STAPP, and Gene STAPP; two sisters, Wanda BARRETT and Josephine WRIGHT; 26 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

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