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As the only family owned and operated funeral home in Noble, Oklahoma and southern Cleveland county, we are proud to carry on a long tradition of service to our community.

Our family has been active in funeral service for 4 generations, and we strive to provide the best possible service by treating each family as if they were our own. We are committed to providing each family a cost conscious, honorable, and loving memorial tribute that reflects and celebrates the life that was lived.


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*** JUST A REMINDER ***

The Visitation is today from 4:00 – 7:00 pm Wednesday, April 20, 2016, at McMahans Funeral Home

And the Service is 10:30 am Thursday, April 21, 2016
McMahans Funeral Chapel
Noble, OK.
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KENNETH RAY “K.R.”or “PA” BLAIR OBITUARY

Kenneth Ray “K.R.” Blair was born to Thomas Lee and Lena Ella (Ellis) Blair on September 26, 1936, at the Maguire Community and on the family farm that he resided on until his death. He departed this life on April 17, 2016, at the Norman Regional Hospital at the age of 79 years.

K.R. attended school in Noble and graduated from Noble High. He was raised on the family dairy farm and continued the operation for 35 years with his girls by his side. After retiring from the dairy farm industry he was employed with the University of Oklahoma in the Physical Plant and retired again in 2003. On May 2, 1990 he and Betty Pierce were united in marriage in Norman, OK. K.R. was a quiet man, never speaking much, but always listening. As he once said, “The hardest job I ever had was raising three girls on a dairy farm. The biggest mistake I ever made was teaching them they could do anything a boy could do, if not better!” He enjoyed life to the fullest and embraced each moment with his family. He was a simple man and believed in living life in simple ways. His philosophy in life was to have a good sense of humor and always be loyal and faithful to others which he instilled in each of his family members. His family came first and he was a loving Husband, Father and Grandfather. The legacy he leaves behind will be passed down generation after generation. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and raising his Longhorn Cattle with his Best Friend DOLLY by his side. always tinkering and collecting junk, he enjoyed his horses and roping but could never find the right horse that could throw the rope properly, his most favorite thing to do was spending time with and pestering his grandchildren and playing with his great-grandchildren.

K.R. was preceded in death by his parents, brother Robert Lee Blair, grandson Johnathon Samuel Dorscher and his beloved dog Dolly Blair. He is survived by (4) daughters; Debra Bennett of Noble, Cheryl Cole and husband Larry of Noble, Pamela Moses and Curtis of Noble, Britta Noonan and husband Joe of Idaho, (2) brothers; Glen Blair and wife Verna Mae of Georgia, Jimmy Blair and wife Marsha of Slaughterville, OK. (13) grandchildren; Kristopher Bennett, Kenneth Boyle, Katie Bennett, Joshua Rayburn, Kassy Holman, David Boyle, Blair Nicole Rule, Rebecca Bennett, Candice Boyle, Paul Boyle, Stephanie Rayburn, Mikey Dorscher and Brady Filler, (13) great-grandchildren; Elysia Moore, Jolyene White, Hailey Holman, Krista Boyle, Hollynn Rayburn, Abigail Holman, Brandon Holman, Kennedy Bennett, Hunter Rule, Aria Boyle, Kate Bennett, Klaire Bennett, Lena Skinner and many other relatives and friends.

FUNERAL SERVICES

VISITATION: 4:00 – 7:00 pm Wednesday, April 20, 2016
McMahans Funeral Home

SERVICE: 10:30 am Thursday, April 21, 2016
McMahans Funeral Chapel
Noble, OK.

INTERMENT: Fairview Maguire Cemetery
Noble, OK.

Directed by McMahans Funeral Home of Noble, OK.
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