Charles Weber

Chuck Weber was born to Oliver and Lova Weber on March 22, 1939 at Bazine, Kansas. He departed this life on September 18th at his home in Norman. Chuck received an Honorable Discharge from the U.S. Air Force and made his home in Oregon. He was employed with the State of Oregon as Sign Division Manager before his retirement in 1997. Chuck moved to Oklahoma and made his home in the Noble and Norman area. On December 15, 2007 he and Alice Calvert were United in marriage at the Liberty Missionary Baptist Church in Noble. Chuck was an active member of the Church. He enjoyed spending time outdoors, fishing, hunting, woodworking and playing cards. He was preceded in death by his parents, (2) Brothers; Marvin and Pete, (3) Sisters; Fern Smith, Joan Weber and Dot Smith. Those who survive him include his wife Alice of the home, Daughter Joanie Mosley and husband Darrell of Norman, Son John Weber and wife Amy of Muskogee, Ok., Sisters; Ruth Frye, (7) Grandchildren; Chelsea Allen, Kelley Mosley, Gauge Weber, Dayton Weber, Lane Weber, Mattie and Zach Weber, (5) Great Grandchildren: Ellis, Isaiah Allen, Joe Allen, Allie Allen Jacob Moseley and Adalynn Weber and many other relatives and friends. A Memorial Service will be 2:00 pm Friday, September 21, 2018 at the Liberty Missionary Baptist Church in Noble,...
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DEBRA “DEBBIE” ANN MATTAX

Debra “Debbie” Ann Mattax (65) of Noble, passed away on September 10, 2018. A memorial service will be held by the family at 10:00 am Saturday, September 22, 2018, at the Tabernacle of the Congregation.
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Bessie Lee Love

Bessie Lee Love was born in Byars, Oklahoma in Indian Territory to Jim and Pearlie Love on December 16, 1926. She was one of 10 children born to that union. She attended the Purcell Public schools and attended Purcell High School in Purcell OK. Bessie met and married Willie J. Wynesberry and remained for 62 years until his death in 2000. Her oldest daughter, Kathryn Pearl Smiley preceded her in death in 2009. She is also preceded in death by her parents and seven brothers and sisters.   She was a faithful member of the Greater Mount Carmel Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, where she also sang in the choir. She loved to cook for everyone and enjoyed traveling. She was very generous and supplied many, including her children, with clothes, food and even a place to stay-the-night, if needed. Bessie peacefully made her transition into God’s hands on Monday, September 17, 2018, at 12:30 am at the age of 91. Bessie Wynesberry, (91) of OK. City passed away on Sept. 17th in Oklahoma City. Funeral Service will be 11:00am, Friday, Sept. 21st at McMahans Funeral Chapel. Visitation hours: 4-7pm Thursday, Sept. 20th. Interment will follow at Blue Branch Cemetery. Directed By McMahans Funeral Home. Sweet long-lasting memories will be cherished by her two daughters, Rachel Wynesberry of Grand Prairie, TX and Pamela Wynesberry of Midwest City, OK; three grandchildren,  Lorraine Comfort, Durwin Smiley and Regan Harris; one great-grandchild, Leigh Comfort;  one brother, Orbin Love, Oklahoma City, OK and one sister, Betty Love, Wichita, KS; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends that are too numerous to name yet not forgotten....
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Ruby Montgomery

Ruby Montgomery was the 7th child born to Bruer Melvin and Cora Mae (Whitaker) Murphy on February 7, 1931 at Millerton, Ok. She departed this life on September 10, 2018 at the Norman Regional Hospital at the age of (87) years. Ruby graduated from the Idabel High School and moved to Norman, Ok. in (1950). She was a member of the Norman First Assembly Of God Church. It was at a church youth group meeting one night that she met the love of her life Mr. Tommie L. Montgomery Sr. as he rode in on his Harley Davidson motorcycle. They were married on June 23, 1953 in Norman. They were married for (63) years before his passing on December 7, 2016. Ruby was employed with S.W. Bell before her retirement in (1999). She was a servant of the Lord Jesus and firmly believed her mission in life was to love everyone, to help and give to those in need and share her love for Jesus. Ruby loved spending time with her family. When her grandchildren came along she enjoyed spoiling them with snacks, taking them to the park, playing catch with them and attending their activities. She was a wonderful seamstress, gardener and cook. Ruby was preceded in death by her Parents, Husband Tommie Sr., (4) Sisters: Mozelle, Bertha, Clara and Frankie, (2) Brothers; Bruer Jr. and Gerald. Those who survive her include Daughter Donna Cline and husband Leland, Son Tommie Montgomery Jr. and wife Kristi, (4) Grandchildren; Tyler Montgomery, Kacee Montgomery Ulhes and husband Bradley, Nicole Cline Detwiler, Brody Cline and fianc’e Miranda Kelly,(4) Great Grandchildren; Gracelynn, Gage, Tucker, Nova and many other relatives and friends. In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to Norman First Assembly/Missions VISITATION HOURS: 4:00pm-7:00pm Friday, September...
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Sarah Morgan Williams

Sarah Morgan Williams was born to Scottie Williams and Cindy Denney on October 20, 1983 in Norman, OK. She departed this life on August 25, 2018, at the age of 34 years.  Sarah was a lifetime resident of Cleveland County. She attended and graduated from Noble High School in 2003. Sarah was a member of Bethel Baptist Church in Norman. She attended the Paul Mitchell Cosmetology School and Virgils Beauty Academy. Sarah was employed as a Stylist at The Mane Man III. She enjoyed going to the gym, assisting at church camps and children’s activities and spending time with her family. Sarah was an amazing mother and always helped others in need. Sarah was preceded in death by her mother, brother Robbie Harris, and sister Cassie Williams. She is survived by her father Scottie and Dianna Williams, son Noah Boss Allen Williams, (3) daughters; Kyan Morgan Williams, Lucee Morgan Williams, Scottie Louise Morgan Williams, (5) brothers; Brian and wife Katie Williams of Koweta, Kain Williams of Norman, John and wife Jordan Williams of Norman, Justin Harris of Tishomingo, Bill Reach of Tacoma, WA, (4) sisters; Deanna Womack and husband Steve of Eureka Springs, AR, Sonia Marie Williams of Norman, Sami Tipton and husband Kevin of Norman, Taylor Harris and numerous other relatives and friends. The service will be held at McMahan’s Funeral Home, Noble, OK. A GoFundMe account has been set up to help with expenses: https://www.gofundme.com/exa7xu-sarah-williams-memorial-fund...
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ALPHA OMEGA SMITH WRIGHT

Mrs. Wright was born to Edward and Minnie (Dotson) Moody on January 13, 1919 at Wagoner, Ok. She departed this life on August 24, 2018 at Medical Park West in Norman, Ok. Mrs. Wright married the father of her children, Mr. Carl Clayton Smith who preceded her in death on August 16, 1969. In (1972) she and Mr. Clarence Melton Wright were United in Marriage who also preceded her in death on November 10, 1982. Mrs. Wright made Noble, Ok. her home for many years. She was employed with the Holiday Inn in Norman in the housekeeping department and also worked for the University of Oklahoma in the bakery department before her retirement. Mrs. Wright was also a full time homemaker raising her family. Her children always came first. She spent many days cutting out clothes patterns with newspaper and making her childrens clothes. She made beautiful quilts and loved to crotchet and cook. Mrs. Wright held a special place in her heart for each of her family members while making wonderful memories with each of them. She was preceded in death by her Parents, Husbands, (1) infant Son, (2) Brothers, (2) Sisters, a Granddaughter Carla Smith and a great Granddaughter Kaeley Smith. Those who survive her include her Son Ronnie and Jan Smith of Noble, (4) Daughters; Betty Carol Soloman of Castle, Ok., Charlotte Shobert of Noble, Ok., Barbara (Yvonne) Bishop of Castle, Ok. and Marilyn Kay Thompson of Noble, Ok., (11) Grandchildren, (30) Great Grandchildren and (10) Great Great Grandchildren with many other relatives and...
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