David Lynn Webb

David Lynn Webb passed away peacefully at St. Anthony’s hospital on July 26th, 2018. He was born in Elk City, Oklahoma on November 14th, 1951 to Ernest and Loene Webb. He married his wife Jeanne on August 18th, 1972, had two children, and established their home in Norman in 1981.  He graduated from Norman High School in 1970 and from UCO in 1996 with a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Education. He retired from Metro Tech in 2007 after 25 years of teaching Auto Service Technology. David enjoyed fishing, watching old Westerns, and spending time with his grandsons. He was preceded in death by his mother, Loene Webb. He is survived by his father, Ernest Webb of Noble, wife Jeanne Webb of Norman, son Mark Webb, daughter-in-law Rachel Webb and grandson Brooks Webb of Mustang, daughter Kristen Webb, son-in-law Michael Osburn, and grandson Damon Webb of Norman, brother Eddie Webb and sister-in-law Michelle Webb of Nevada, sister Sue Warnke and brother-in-law Jim Warnke of Elk City, sister Jeannie Humphrey and brother-in-law Gary Humphrey of Noble, many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The family will be available to greet friends and loved ones at McMahan’s Funeral Home in Noble on July 30th from 5-7 pm. Services will be held at First Baptist Church of Noble on July 31st at 1 pm. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the First Baptist Church of Noble food...
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Neal Jones

Neal Jones, (79) of Noble passed away on July 20th. Funeral Services will be held at 2:00pm Wednesday, July 25th at McMahans Funeral Chapel. Interment with Military Honors at Denver Cemetery. Directed By McMahans Funeral Home.
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Ella Mae Kinsey

Ella Mae Kinsey was born to Dewey and Evelyn (Homon) Marberry on June 2, 1932. She departed this life on July 14, 2018 at the Norman Regional Healthplex at the age of (86) years. Ella and Doyal Kinsey were United in Marriage on December 5, 1949 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Their marriage was for (68) years. They made their home in Norman, Ok. for over (40) years. Ella and Doyal owned and operated Ellie’s Bar and Grill and the Thunderbird Café before their retirement. Ella loved working in her flower beds at home and had quite the doll collection. She was never seen without a bow in her hair. Ella loved to cook for her family. She loved spending time with her family and held a special place in her heart for each one of them. She was preceded in death by her Parents, brother Edwin Marberry, and sister Francis Marberry. Those who survive her include her husband Doyal of the home, daughter Debora Kinsey, son David Kinsey, (5) brothers; Edward and Janice Marberry, Buddy and Shirley Marberry, Danny and Pam Marberry, George and Janet Marberry and Donald Marberry, (2) sisters; Carolyn Nicholson Marberry and Dorothy Harness Marberry, (5) Grandchildren; Cheryl, Dorris, Dewey, Donna, Dondee and Misty, (13) great Grandchildren, (11) Great Great Grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. VISITATION HOURS: 4:00pm-7:00pm Tuesday, July 17th GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 10:00am Wednesday, July 18th        Dripping Springs Cemetery OFFICIATING: Bob Usry Arranged and Directed By McMahans Funeral...
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Lonny Earl Osborn Obituary

Lonny Earl Osborn was born to William Everett and Thelma Christine (Morris) Osborn on November 15, 1950 at Antlers, Ok. He met his maker July 11, 2018 at his home in Lexington, Ok. at the age of (67) years. His heart finally gave out. He and his wife made their home in Cleveland County for (33) years. Lonny graduated from Shidler High School in (1969). He graduated from NOC in Tonkawa, Ok. in Law Enforcement. He also attended Northwestern State and Rose State College and studied Public Administration. He and Janet Susan Walton were united in marriage On May 13, 1972 in Ponca City, Ok. Lonny entered the U.S. Air Force on March 30, 1976 and received an Honorable Discharge on March 29, 1982 as a Sgt. He was trained as a Law Enforcement Specialist while in the Military.  He was employed at Tinker Air Force Base as a Military Police Officer and Civil Service Police Officer. Also (3) years in the Private Security Business. Before his retirement in (2013) he was employed as a truck driver for J.B. Hunt Co. He loved to listen to Rush Limbough and George Nory or Art Bell. He was preceded in death by his Parents and a Brother Jimmy Osborn. Those who survive him include his wife of (42) years Janet of the home, (2) Daughters; Dawn Tullis of Norman and Michell Bigbie of Midwest City, (3) Grandchildren; Damian, Victoria and Elizabeth, (1) Sister Dr. Jeane Holden and husband Orbry of Georgetown, Tx., (1) Brother Larry Osborn of Butler, Florida and many other relatives and friends.    GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 10:00am Saturday, July 14th                                              Noble IOOF Cemetery   Arranged and Directed By McMahans Funeral...
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William “Bill” Glen Rogers

William “Bill” Glen Rogers was born in Texarkana, AR on August 21, 1932 to William Guy and Bessie (Douglas) Rogers. He went to be with God on July 8, 2018 at the age of 85 years. Bill grew up in Oklahoma. He attended high school in Clinton, where he was selected for the All-State football team. He achieved a Social Sciences Degree from USAO in Chickasha, OK. He served in the United States Air Force from July 1952 until 1962 in the Territory of Hawaii, Spain and several other states. Then in 1962 he joined the United States Army National Guard where he achieved the rank of Sergeant Major. He had a passion for professional military service. Bill served for many years as a deacon at the Maguire Baptist Church in Noble. He went on several church related mission trips to foreign countries. He is survived by his wife of 66 years, Patricia. He is also survived by sons Robert, Michael and wife Debi, James and wife Cindy, Paul and wife Julie. Other survivors include 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, 2 brothers, LaVerre and William Guy Jr, 3 sisters, Arjaree, Hellen and Florence. Bill was an avid fisherman and hunter, he enjoyed traveling with his family. He loved God, his family and his Country, he had many friends. He was always willing to help others and to give them a hand up. Bill’s zest for life was evident in his affection for others and his sense of humor. He was just fun and will be sorely missed. FUNERAL SERVICE: 11:00am Friday, July 13th Maguire Baptist Church INTERMENT W/MILITARY HONORS at Maguire Cemetery Arranged and Directed By McMahan’s Funeral...
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