Blaine County
Obituaries

 

Naomi Parker Alcorn, 84, died October 18, 2006, in the home. She was born March 19, 1922, in Randlett, Oklahoma. Her parents were Mattie Ezzell Parker and James Wilburn Parker. Naomi wed Alvin Hanes Alcorn on August 11, 1940, in Geary, OK. Naomi is survived by her husband of 66 years, Alvin of the home. Children include Alice Bones and husband, Jim, and Jane Calvert. Grandchildren include Katherine Helton Bones, William Byron Bones, Rachel Leigh Calvert and Chase Andrew Calvert. Memorial service will be held Saturday, Oct. 21, 2006 at the First Christian Church of Edmond at 2:00 P.M.
Published in The Oklahoman on 10/20/2006.


Edna Alice Gainor, 100, a resident of Okmulgee,
died Saturday, October 1, 2005 in Okmulgee. She was
born Sunday, July 2, 1905 to Luke and Mary Eliza
(Highland) Romine in Longdale, Oklahoma. She was
a member of the St. Anthony Catholic Church in Okmulgee.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Clarence Daniel
“ Roxy” Gainor in 1976 and one daughter, Norma Alice
Boss in December 1995.

Survivors include: two sons: Richard Gainor of Fayettville,
N.C. and James Gainor of Okmulgee; three daughters:
Wanda Lorenz of Morris, Rose Morrow and Carol Ballard
both of Okmulgee; fifteen grandchildren, twenty-seven
great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren.

Services will be held 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, October 4,
2005 at the Kelley Chapel in Okmulgee with Father
Benjamin Vima officiating. Burial will follow the service
at the Okmulgee Cemetery under the direction of the
Shurden-Kelley Funeral Home of Okmulgee.

Pallbearers will be Rocky Morrow, Chad Morrow,
Ronnie Morrow, Ronnie Morrow, Jr., Jeremy Jones and
Daniel Yun.



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Roberta Darlene `Nanny` Proffitt was born on August 6, 1921 in Aline, Oklahoma to Clarence and Josie Ashcraft. She grew up in Southard, Oklahoma and moved to Fairview, Oklahoma after the death of her father in 1944. She later moved to Bethany, Oklahoma in 1947. She joined the Cedar Springs Church of the Nazarene in 1944. She has been a faithful member of Oklahoma City First Church of the Nazarene for 13 years and had been very involved in the Caritis Sunday School class where she enjoyed calling on those who missed a service. Darlene was very strong in her faith and loved the Lord with all her heart. On September 16, 1991, she moved to the Baptist Retirement Center where she loved being so involved in all activities. She loved everyone there who had become family to her. She is survived by one son Jim and Daryl Proffitt, Lufkin, Texas; 2 daughters Ellen and Ron McNeill, Karen and Randy Webb, Oklahoma City; 5 grandsons Jason and Laurie McNeill, Oklahoma City, Cris and Amanda Proffitt, Jeff and Brenda Proffitt, Panama City, Florida, Justin and Angie McNeill, Piedmont, Oklahoma, Heath and Tiffany Webb, Bethany, Oklahoma; 3 granddaughters Amy and Russ Weschler, Stacey Proffitt, Panama City, Florida, Heather and Tim Selement, Oklahoma City; and 7 wonderful great-grandchildren Lindsey, Mackensey, Myles NcNeill, Oklahoma City, Logan and Cody McNeill, Piedmont, and Matthew and Morgan Proffitt, Panama City, Florida. Services will be Saturday, January 20, 10:00 a.m. at Oklahoma City First Church of the Nazarene with interment in Chapel Hill.

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