Honorary Pallbearers will be: Wayne Allen, Roy Allen and Kenneth "Sarge" Colvin. Please visit our online guest book at Services for Rev. He married his sweetheart, Wanda Breshears, on March 5, 1948, celebrating their 60 years of marriage while he was in the hospital. Almon served in the ministry of his Lord and Savior for over forty-eight years, pastoring churches throughout Oklahoma, with the last church he served as pastor, being Concord Missionary Baptist Church in Norman.
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He was born June 13, 1917, in Weber County, Texas, to Frank and Ruth Cowgill Allred. Survivors include his son, Stanley Allred, of Choctaw and daughter, Gail Rooms, of Seminole. His father, John Henry Almon; mother, Mary Elizabeth Almon; and brother, Harry Ross Almon, preceded him in death. She is preceded in death by her parents, first husband, Maurice Martin and second husband Wayne Armstrong.
He was raised and attended school in Duncan and spent his life working as a Baker. He is survived by the love of his life, Wanda Lee Almon; daughter, Dixie Rider and husband Jerry, of Purcell; son, Stephen Almon and wife Connie, of Jones; sister, Mary Francis Davis of Paden; brothers: Odell Almon of North Little Rock, Harold Almon of Marlow; seven grandchildren; and thirteen great-grandchildren. She later married William Mc Kinley Alsup, June 6, 1976 and he preceded her in death Sept. She was a homemaker and sewed, quilted, did crochet, and played the harmonica. Thursday, in the Swearingen Funeral Home Chapel with Houston Tiger officiating. 24, 1949 and she later married Wayne Armstrong on Aug. She is survived by two sons and daughter-in-law: Russell C.
Nine grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews and other family and friends, also survive him. Douglas Blvd, Midwest City, followed by a graveside service at Little Cemetery, north of Seminole. He was born in a log cabin east of Seminole on May 24, 1923, and while life was difficult during those early years, he shared with his family many wonderful memories of his childhood. Almon thoroughly enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren; Misti, Buffy, Haley, Casey, Lori, Joie, and Jamie, and was a wonderful influence on them as well as his great grand-children; Torie, Joey, Luke, Lane, Tiffany, Taegan, Kyle, Daniel, Christopher, Garret, Savannah, Alex, and Gracie.
Pallbearers will be: Bruce Finley, Raymond Ward, Chad Larkey, George Wayne Allen, David Houck Jr., George Lozer, and Joe Don Finley. David Mc Dougal will officiate and the interment will be at the Blue Ridge Cemetery, in Calvin. He served in the Army/Air Corp in World War II, assigned to the 509 Composite Group.
She is survived by her husband, Leroy, of the Home; five sons, Roy (Bunny) Yargee, T. Yargee, Squeege Yargee, Ledon Alexander, and Leroy Alexander Jr.; daughter, La Doria Williams; grandchildren; and sister, Barbara Wolfe. Interment will follow at Little Cemetery under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home, Seminole. His mother, Beulah Muriel Rose; father, Archie Abbott; sister, Sharon Kay Ledbetter; one grandson, Kenneth Eugene Colvin; and grandparents, Mattie and George Allen, preceded him in death.
He is survived by five daughters and sons-in-law: Rhonda and Daryl Odom of the home, Wanda and Gilbert Ross of Seminole, Julie Gamble and David Yockey of Tecumseh, Victoria Allen of Ada, and Tiffany Allen of Purcell; three sons and daughter-in-law: George and Miranda Allen of Oklahoma, Clinton Allen of Oklahoma and Shane Allen of Purcell; one brother, Rickey Rose of Louisiana; and sister, Bobbie Jerrnigan of Enid. Almon went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, March 18,2008, surrounded by his family that loved him dearly.
Everyone that had the privilege to know this man has been impacted by his love for the Lord, his love for his family, and the kindness that he showed everyone. Funeral services for Gracie Edna Alsup will be held Saturday, Sept. at the Parks Brothers Funeral Home Chapel, in Okemah. Her parents, two husbands, four sons, one stepson, and one stepdaughter precede her in death. Wake services for Konawa native Teddy Dean Amos will be held Wednesday, July 30, 2008 at p.m. Internment will follow at the Vamoosa Cemetery, under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home, Konawa. Services are under the direction of Parks Brothers Funeral Service, In Prague. Martin and wife Tammy of Bastrop, Texas and Chris Armstrong; one brother, Raymond Casey of San Antonio, Texas; two aunts: Hardena Shurley of Clarksville, Ark., and Pearl Dunn of Edmond.
Interment will follow at the Sand Creek Cemetery, in Seminole County. She was a resident of the Okemah area most of her life. Survivors include: one son, Alvie Ken Smith, of Hillsboro, Mo.; four daughters, Dottie Logan, of Vista, Calif., Millie Jenkins, of Seminole, Annie Baumgardner, of Henryetta, and Kay Brandt, of Okemah. Amos died on Monday, July 28, 2008 in Amarillo, Texas. A guest book is available on-line, to share your memories, Memorial services for Seminole native Ronald Eugene Anson are scheduled for 2 p.m. Two grandchildren, Kimbry Saucedo and Jason Thompson and four great-grandchildren, Jonathan Castillo, Christain Saucedo, Ariel Thompson and Bret Thompson, also survive her.
Alsup was born July 15, 1912, in Wilburton, to James William Thomas Landtroop and Rebecca Jane (Teem) Landtroop. Services under the direction of Parks Brothers Funeral Home, Okemah and officiated by Rev. He was born November 19, 1955 in Oklahoma City to Sexton Amos and Mary (Cully) Tiger. She was the daughter of Earl August and Ella Rhea (Holder) Coleman. today (Saturday) at the First Free Will Baptist Church of Lucust Grove. Jeff Blair will officiate with services under the direction of Locust Grove Funeral Home. His parents and two sisters, Judy Anson and Jeannie Marie Anson, preceded him in death. Messages of condolences may be sent to the family at services for Mary Jo Arner were held today at 11 a.m. She is preceded in death by her parents, Sol and Anna Casey, her husband, Jay Austin, four brothers and one sister.
Amos was baptized at the Vamoosa Baptist Church, and a member of the Rewalke Band of the Seminole Nation. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, and son. She made her home in the Paden and Prague areas until 1985. She was a member of the Prague Nazarene Church and was a retired Nurses Aide. Anson, 58, died Wednesday, June 4, 2008 in Locust Grove. 12, 1949 in Seminole to John Francis and Estella Mae (Nix) Anson. Anson worked and traveled as a truck driver and had lived in Locust Grove area for the past 15 years. Surviving is his wife of the home; two children: Ricky Anson and Jeannie Nash, both of Tulsa; two step-children: Amanda Gates and Angela Lancaster, both of Columbus, Ind.; four brothers: Jack, Gary, John and Paul Anson; seven sisters: Maria Metz, Elaine Standridge, Sherry Millarr, Debbie Abercrombie, Gail Anson, Sandra Lewis and Cindy Willy; four grandchildren; and two step-grandchildren. 25, at the age of 79, Seminole Estates Nursing Center. 9, 1928, in Sasakwa, to Albert "Dude" Holder and Annie (Reynolds) Holder. with interment to follow at Hansen Desert Hills Memorial Park in Scottsdale, Ariz. Surviving is her husband of 60 years, Jack; her children: Steve (Frances), Saundra Hunter (Coy), and Davis (Lorrie); seven grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. She married Jay Austin on July 14, 1951, in Shawnee, and he preceded her in death on Sept. She is survived by two sisters, Wanda Adams, of Seminole and Arletta Hensley, of Oklahoma City.
Her love for animals left no stray cat hungry in her neighborhood. Ahaisse, 82, died Friday, May 16, 2008 at the Ada Retirement Center. 6, 1926 in Seminole to Serbert and Elizza (Harjochee) Ahaisse. Glen Akerman passed away Saturday, April 19, 2008 near Sasakwa, at the age of 49. Glen graduated from East Central University in Ada with a degree in Business Administrations.