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Ussery, Bobbie Lewis
Bobbie Lewis Ussery, native Okmulgeean died March 3, 2002 at his home in Collinsville, Okla. He was born December 18, 1933 in Okmulgee to James Pete and Stella Mae (Brown) Hughes Ussery. He was raised and attended schools in Okmulgee. At age 16, he forged his mother's signature and joined the Army's 45th Infantry Division, and was sent to Camp Polk, La., for basic training. However, his mother had him discharged and he returned home to Okmulgee. When he was 17, his mother signed the papers for him to enlist in the U.S. Air Force, he retired after 20 years of active military service. He then joined the Air National Guard and also retired from there. He owned and operated a Mobile Service Station, in Tulsa. At the time of his death, he was office manager for Vacuum Pressure Tank Service, in Tulsa. Bob is survived by his wife, O'Dell, of the home and three daughters, Donna Sue, Connie and Beth; three sons, Danny, Michael and Matthew; two sisters, Bette Bristol of Jenks and Minnie Hoyt, five brothers, James Pete Ussery, Pineville, La., William David Ussery, Enid, David Ussery, Gore, Blaine Walters, Ada, and Eddie (Walters) Evans, Okmulgee. He was preceded by three brothers, Kermit Ussery, John Hughes, and Virgil Walters, and four sisters, Margaret Ussery, Leah Frances Cecil, Opal Foster and Dolores Gaggini. He is also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial services under the direction of the Collinsville Funeral Home were scheduled to be held Wednesday, March 6, 2002, at 2 p.m., in their chapel, with burial in the Collinsville Cemetery.---Tulsa Co., OK : Okmulgee Daily Times - 3/6/2002

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