JEREMIAH TIM CREECH

JEREMIAH TIM CREECH     Jeremiah Tim Creech was born to Jennin and Margarita (Mayo) Creech on June 19, 1940, at Oklahoma City, OK. He departed this life on February 26, 2019, at his home in Norman, OK. at the age of (78) years.   Jeremiah graduated from High School in Galena, Kansas in (1958). He entered the US Navy on July 10, 1958, and served his Country until receiving an Honorable Discharge on July 9, 1964. His last assignment was on the USS Valley Forge at Long Beach, California.   He and Mary Castillo were United in Marriage on September 28, 1984. They made their home in Norman moving from Oklahoma City. Jeremiah was a Broadcaster and Radio Announcer. He was last employed with KRAF in Holdenville, OK. Jeremiah loved flying and airplanes. He was an excellent carpenter and was able to fix and repair anything.   He was preceded in death by his Parents, Brother Larry Creech, and Sister Mary Francis Hardaway.   He is survived by (3) Sons; Tim Creech (Melba), Rick Creech (Cheryl) and Bob Creech (Karen), (3) Daughters; Vicki Peterson, Cindy Fox and Crystal Creech, numerous Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren and other relatives and friends.   Graveside services will be held at 2:00 PM on Thursday, March 7, 2019, at the Noble IOOF Cemetery. Directed by McMahans Funeral...
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JAMES LEE NELSON

James Lee Nelson (Jim) was born July 16, 1948, to Delpha Mae & Charles Lamb of Purcell, Okla. He passed on to his Heavenly Father on February 24th, 2019 on the day of his son, Thomas Gene’s Memorial Service after suffering a fatal heart attack. James attended school at Bueno Vista High School in California. He and Kathy Glover were United in Marriage on December 8, 1969, in Norman, Ok. They had made Norman their home for the last (23) years moving from Dallas, Tx. James was a self-employed printer by trade before his retirement. James was a family man and he always put them first. He had a special place in his heart for each one of his grandchildren. He enjoyed the outdoors and fishing. He was preceded in death by, not only his son, Thomas, but also his sister Nancy, brother Jesse Don, his mother Delpha Mae and father Charles, his beloved father-in-law Tom Glover, brother in law Keith Glover and sister in law Karen Glover along with her son David and unborn daughter, as well as various other close family members. He left behind his beloved wife, Kathy, and son, Michael, who is also the brother of Thomas, brother Jerry Nelson, sisters; Dorothy Byrd and Barbara Conti, (7) grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. James and Kathy would have been celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary in December, but in their hearts, they will have their celebration when they are united with their Lord.   MEMORIAL SERVICE: 11:00 am Thursday, February 28th                                        McMahan’s Funeral Chapel OFFICIATING: BRO. Kenneth Adams Arranged and Directed By McMahan’s Funeral Home...
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FLOYD ALTON “AL” BRITTIAN

FLOYD ALTON “AL” BRITTIAN Floyd Alton Brittian was born to Leslie and Gladys (Smith) Brittian on October 17, 1930, at Childress, TX.   He departed this life on February 13, 2019, at the Veterans Hospital in Temple, TX. at the age of 88 years.             Al graduated from Childress Senior High School, May 29, 1950, and was inducted into the US Army on April 5, 1951.  He received an Honorable Discharge on December 22, 1951, at Fort Hood, TX. due to both brothers being wounded.  However, he liked to tell everyone it was because he was too tall for the beds and the uniform.             He was self-employed as Al’s Electric before his retirement. Al made his home in Cleveland County, OK. for many years before moving to Georgetown, TX.  He was a cowboy at heart and loved cattle, horses, and trail riding. He was a longtime board member of the Oklahoma Electric Cooperative for many years.             Al and Ruth M. Howarth were married in Lexington, OK on December 29, 1978.  Since Ruth was also a cowgirl at heart, they both enjoyed country living, horses, trail rides, and a little golf together for forty years.  He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother L. H. (“Bud”) Brittian and a sister Inez Brittian Woodall (“Sis”).  He is survived by his wife Ruth, daughter Danna Hobbs and husband Wade of Weatherford, TX., son Les Brittian and wife Dee of Norman, OK., stepson David Howarth and wife Terry of Georgetown, TX., and stepson Mark Howarth and wife Annette of Evergreen, CO., a brother Dannie Brittian and wife Lucy of Yukon, OK., nine grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, one great great grandchild, nieces and nephews, and many wonderful friends.   VISITATION HOURS: 4:00pm-7:00 pm Wednesday, February 20th                                         McMahan’s Funeral Home GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 2:00 pm Thursday, February 21st                       Noble IOOF Cemetery with Military Honors Directed By McMahan’s Funeral...
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Ernest “Red” Webb

Ernest “Red” Webb Obituary Ernest “Red” Webb, 89, of Noble, OK peacefully departed this earth on Tuesday evening, February 12, 2019. Ernest was born to Edward Bert and Edna Blanche Webb on May 20, 1929, in Elk City, OK. It was there he met Loene, his wife of almost 65 years while making deliveries to the restaurant where she worked. They were married shortly after in Wheeler, Texas on April 23, 1949. They lived in Elk City and after serving our country in the Army during the Korean War, they later moved to Norman, OK. In 1975, they moved their home to their acreage on Morningside Drive in Noble. It was there they built a happy life together based on their strong faith and devotion to each other. Red always worked in route sales delivering milk, bread, and cookies in Western and Central Oklahoma until he retired first from Rainbo Baking Company and then retiring again from their Pepperidge Farms cookie franchise. Even after retiring, he continued to work driving handicap vans for CART and the Postal Training Center for many years. Pop loved his church family at First Baptist and was on various committees throughout the years, but the Food Closet was a ministry near and dear to his heart. He loved the fellowship and outreach and the impact it had directly on families in need. No matter where he was, or what he was doing, his goal was always to make whoever he was talking to smile, and he did that up until the very last moment of his life. He was a true friend to so many. His legacy will continue on through the five generations of his family, and through countless friends, neighbors, and acquaintances he had such great impact and influence over. Ernest is survived by his son Ed Webb (Michelle), daughter Sue Warnke (Jim), daughter Jeannie (Gary)Humphrey, daughter in law Jeanne Webb, loving friend Mary Ritchie and many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Loene, his son David, his parents, brothers, and sisters. VISITATION HOURS: 2:00pm-5:00pm Sunday, February 17th McMahan’s Funeral Home FUNERAL SERVICE: 11:00 am Monday, February 18th Noble First Baptist Church Arranged and Directed By McMahan’s Funeral...
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ROBERT DONNELL FOX

Robert Fox was born to Hollis and Eunice (Moak) Fox on January 20, 1936, at Asher, Ok. He departed this life on February 13, 2019, at the Norman Healthplex at the age of (83) years.     Robert graduated from Stratford High School. He was inducted into the US Army on October 9, 1958, and received an Honorable Discharge on October 7, 1960. The US Army recalled him on October 24, 1961, and once again presented him with an Honorable Discharge on August 7, 1962. On June 20, 1964, he and Jeraldine Parker were United in Marriage. Their marriage of 54 years was devoted to each other and raising their 2 sons. Robert was employed with the US Postal Service as a Carrier for 41 years before his retirement in 2002. Robert never met a stranger and his sense of humor made everyone smile. He enjoyed hunting and fishing with his grandchildren and garage sales but his family always came first. His love for his grandchildren kept him young.     He was preceded in death by his Parents and a Brother Roland Fox. Those who survive him include his wife Jeraldine of the home, (2) sons; Tim Fox and wife Brenda and Pat Fox and wife Michelle, a sister Dixie Jackson, 4 Grandchildren; Katie Fox, Sydnee Fox, Logan Fox and Connor Fox with many other relatives and friends that will miss him.     FUNERAL SERVICE: 10:30 AM Tuesday, February 19th McMahan’s Funeral Chapel     VISITATION HOURS: 4:00 pm-7:00 pm Monday, February 18th McMahan’s Funeral Home     INTERMENT: Noble IOOF Cemetery US Army Military Honors     Arranged and Directed By McMahan’s Funeral...
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