LARRY JOE BROWN 

LARRY JOE BROWN  Larry Joe Brown was born to T.O. and Ruby (Eskew) Brown on January 29, 1939, in Gotebo, Ok. He was called home on April 20, 2019 at his home, surrounded by his loving family at the age of (80) years. Larry attended school at Southeast High School in Oklahoma City, Ok. Growing up as a teenager he met his next door neighbor Miss. Barbara Malicott. Miss. Malicott had an interest in him so she asked him on a date. From that moment on the romance started. They were United in Marriage on August 6, 1955, in Oklahoma City. In 1973 they moved their family to the Cleveland County area where he resided until his death. Larry was self-employed in the drywall business for over (50) years. He had an ear for music and was a self-taught guitar player among many other instruments. Barbara joined him on the bass guitar. They and other band members played at many Senior Citizens Centers including Noble for (12) years. They also played at Nursing Homes to entertain the residents and the Churches that he and Barbara attended. At the time of his death, he attended the Franklin Baptist Church. Larry loved the Lord, he was a Christian man and he loved to make music for the Lord. He was a family man and worked hard to support and raise his four daughters. He enjoyed family time on camping trips, fishing on his pontoon boat and spending time friends and family.  Larry was preceded in death by his Parents, a daughter Patty Mallory, a granddaughter, (3) Brothers and their spouses; Junior and Iola Brown, Don and Penny Brown and Derrell Brown, (2) Sisters; Katherine Lindsay and LaNell Bailey, (2) brothers-in-law; Terrell Lloyd and Jimmy McDonald. Those who survive him include his Wife of (63) years Barbara of the home, (3) Daughters; Linda Rosenfelt and husband Gene of Noble, Sheila Dickerman and husband David of Noble and Janice Busick and husband Pat of Noble, Son-in-law Harvey Mallory of Noble, (2) Sisters; Waynona Lloyd and Linda McDonald, Sister-in-law Sandra Brown, (9) Grandchildren, (22) Great Grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.   VISITATION HOURS: 4:00 pm-8:00 pm Wednesday, April 24M   FUNERAL SERVICE:11:00 am Thursday, April 25th Noble Assembly Of God Church, 100 E. Post Oak, Noble, Ok.   INTERMENT: Noble IOOF Cemetery  ...
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NORMAN LEE DAVIS SR.

NORMAN LEE DAVIS SR. Norman Lee Davis Sr., 86, husband of Theda Cargill Davis passed away Monday, April 15, 2019, at Norman Regional Hospital after an extended illness. Norman was born October 7, 1932, in Cherokee County, North Carolina to Poley F. and Ethel Smith Davis. Norman, a 1950 high school graduate from Etowah, Tennesse, joined the U.S. Air Force to serve his country in 1951. His four-year service included three years of service in Germany. He was honorably discharged in 1955. Norman and Theda were married in 1954 and resided in Oregan until their relocation to Norman, Oklahoma in 1955 where they raised their family of three children. As a civilian, Norman worked at Tinker Air Force Base for 31 years. In 1986 Davis received the Meritorious Civilian Service Award as group leader of the Acquisition and Management Support Group in the Directorate of Plans and Programs. He retired from Tinker in 1987. Norman was a faithful member and deacon of the Skyridge Free Will Baptist Church in Noble, Oklahoma. Throughout his life he served everyone who had the blessing to meet him. Norman had a heart for people and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. When not serving others, he enjoyed time spent with family and friends. He enjoyed landscaping, gardening and keeping an immaculate yard. Fishing and camping trips with his family were his favorite past time. In addition to his loving wife, Theda of 64 years, Norman is survived by one son, Norman Davis Jr. and wife Cheryl and two daughters; Pam Levy and husband Mark and Dana Ryan and husband George all of whom reside in Norman, Oklahoma. He survives six grandchildren; Marcie Levy, Jacob Levy, Nate Levy, Brant Davis, Kyle Davis, and Jordan Kerley, six great-grandchildren; Liam Levy, Caley Davis, Brianna Davis, Spencer Davis, Clara Davis, Logan Kerley and one on the way. VISITATION HOURS: 4:00PM-7:00 PM THURSDAY, APRIL 18TH McMahan’s Funeral Home FUNERAL SERVICE: 11:00 AM Friday, April 19th Skyridge Free Will Baptist Church 150 S. 48th, Noble, Ok. INTERMENT: Fairview Maguire Cemetery with Military Honors Services arranged and directed by McMahan’s Funeral...
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JERRY NOEL WRIGHT SR.

JERRY NOEL WRIGHT SR. Jerry N. Wright Sr. was born to Buddy and Jeanine (Hopin) Wright on Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas December 12, 1957. He passed April 9, 2019, in Noble, OK. He was preceded in death by his parents. Survived by his children; Son Jerry Wright II and wife Tara, Daughter Jaqueline “Nina” Wright, their Mother Janine Seals, grandchildren; Ryleigh, Taelyn, and Parker, Brother David Wright, Sister Donna Wright Sheets, Nieces Jennifer, Jeanine, Danielle, and Nephew James. Jerry was proud to have achieved Eagle Scout and Order of the Arrow in the Boy Scouts. He attended Hirschi High in Wichita Falls, Tx. graduating in 1975. In support of his lifelong love of cars, he attended Arizona Automotive Institute and spent most of his career in the automotive industry. He married in 1975 and had two children. They spent many years in New Braunfels, Tx. and moved to Noble in the late 90’s so he could help care for his grandparents and maintain the family farm. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, boating, golfing and playing his guitars. He always had a beer in his hand and a joke to tell. His favorite quote was ‘ I swear Woodrow, Heaven is better than Montana. Shake a leg and get on up here.’ MEMORIAL SERVICE: 1:30 pm Monday, April 15th McMahans Funeral Chapel Directed By McMahans Funeral...
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WALTER L. TURNER

WALTER L. TURNER Walter L. Turner was born to John and Opal (Baker) Turner at Gotebo, Ok. He departed this life on April 3, 2019, at the Norman Regional Hospital at the age of (80) years. Walter attended the Norman Public Schools. He was employed with the Chastain Holland Co. before purchasing the Phillips 66 Gas Station in Norman. After selling the station he became a Norman Firefighter for the next (23) years retiring as a Captain. Walter was an excellent trim carpenter and also had the Turner Backhoe Service in Norman for many years. He loved his boat and waterskiing. He spent his summers at Lake Thunderbird on his off time. He was preceded in death by his Parents and Daughter Julie Oliver. He is survived by (2) sons: Paul Turner and wife Sheila of Noble, Mark Turner of Norman, (2) daughters; Melissa Kirby of Noble, Tammie Jones of Washington, OK, (2) sisters; Wanda Turner of California, Judy Gowens and husband Tommy of Norman, (14) grandchildren, (18) great-grandchildren (1) great-great-grandchild and many other relatives and friends. SERVICE INFO FUNERAL SERVICE: 2:00 pm Friday, April 5, 2019 Skyridge Freewill Baptist Church Noble, OK. OFFICIATING: Pastor Greg Cleveland INTERMENT: Norman IOOF Cemetery VISITATION: 5:00 – 8:00 pm Thursday, April 4 McMahan’s Funeral Home Noble, OK. Arranged and directed by McMahans Funeral Home of Noble,...
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DON EUGENE HOUCK 

DON EUGENE HOUCK    Don Eugene Houck was born to Ernest and Lula (Vaughn) Houck on March 10, 1934, in Norman, OK. He departed this life on April 3, 2019, at the age of 85 years.   Don was a lifetime resident of Cleveland County, he was a graduate of Norman High School. Don was a self-employed home builder and built many homes in the Noble and Norman area. He enjoyed woodworking, attending Life Group at the Alameda Church of Christ. He and Knova loved to travel to Colorado in the summer when the flowers were in full bloom and in the fall to enjoy the aspen pines.   Don was preceded in death by his parents, wife Nova in 2016 and brother Johnny. He is survived by son, James Massie and wife Darlene of Norman, daughters; Brenda Wilcox of Noble and Toni Pokorney and husband Paul of Colorado, sister, Deloris (Dee) Yates and husband Lloyd of Norman, grandchildren; Jason Wilcox, Josh Massie and wife Mary, Jarrod Massie and wife Chelsea, 3 great grandchildren, 1 great great grandchild and many other relatives and friends.   SERVICE INFORMATION   GRAVESIDE SVC: 10:30 am Friday, April 5, 2019 Blackburn Cemetery, Norman, OK. VISITATION: Thursday, April 4 4:00 – 7:00 pm   ARRANGED AND DIRECTED BY MCMAHAN’S FUNERAL HOME OF NOBLE,...
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