Wanda Burleson

Wanda Burleson was born to Timothy “Titus” and Emma “Artie” (Berry) Bagley on February 28, 1947, at Norman, Ok. She departed this life on August 25, 2018 while surrounded by her loving family. Wanda graduated from Wanette High School and took some College classes. She was a bookkeeper for years. She married Jerry Plumley and later Carl Burleson on October 12, 1985. They became a truck driving team and worked for U.S. Express before their retirement. Wanda loved the outdoors and animals. She especially enjoyed watching the peacocks in her backyard. She was an excellent seamstress and in later years enjoyed game shows, playing Uno, playing pool and dancing. Her family always came first and spending time with the grandchildren and great-grandchildren was precious to her. Wanda was preceded in death by her Parents, husband Carl and Sister Arleta Phillips. Those who survive her include her Daughters; Sherry Jones and husband Vernon of Tenn., Shelly Hickok and husband Danny of Noble,  Son Michael Plumley and wife Christine of Norman, Brother Freddy Bagley of Wanette, Sisters; Carlsie Medley and husband Bill of Amarillo, Texas, Janice VanSchuyver and husband David of Norman and Phyllis Larman and husband Eddy of Wanette, (11) Grandchildren, (21) Great Grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.  Her Funeral Service will be 11:00 am Thursday, August 30th at the Noble Assembly of God Church with interment following at the Noble IOOF Cemetery. Service Address: Noble Assembly of God Church, 100 Post Oak Road, Noble, Ok 73068. VISITATION HOURS: 4:00pm-7: 00 pm Wednesday, August 29th Service Arranged and Directed By McMahans Funeral...
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Carol Lovell

Carol Lovell was born to Kenneth Foss and Margaret (Thomas) Foss on November 5, 1946 at Beverly, MA. She departed this life on August 15, 2018 at the Norman Regional Hospital at the age of (71) years. Carol moved to Norman, Ok.  and attended Norman High. She graduated with the Class of 1965. While in High School Carol met the man she would marry from Noble, Ok. His name was Bill Lovell. While Bill was home on leave from the Air Force on December 27, 1966 they were married at the Noble Methodist Church. They became a career military family while raising (2) children. Carol was a fulltime homemaker while they traveled from base to base until Bill’s retirement in (1987) and they returned to Noble to make their home. Carol and Bill loved the outdoors and loved to take the family camping and fishing. In her younger years Carol played on a softball league and also on a bowling team. She loved sports and enjoyed attending her children and grandchildren’s sporting events. Carol was preceded in death by her Parents, Husband Bill and a Brother Ken Foss. Those who survive her include Son Mike Lovell and wife Diane of Norman, Daughter Lori Lovell of Noble, Brother Bill Pyeatt, Sisters; Donna Boisvert and Barbara Muir, Grandchildren; Chris, Taylor Christine, Taylor Michelle and Devon, Brother-in-law Joe Lovell and wife Pam, Sisters-in-law; Mary Kersey, Martha Jett and husband Newell and Pam Rosso and husband Jim and other relatives and...
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Dotty Sue Bruu

Dotty was born to Clyde and Margaret (Wrench) Bryan on March 31, 1937 in Wichita, Kansas. She departed this life on August 9, 2018 at Baptist Hospital in Ok. City at the age of (81) years. Dotty graduated from North High in Wichita. She was a bookkeeper for many years in Wichita. She and Clifton Bruu were United in Marriage on January 3, 1981 in Milton, Kansas. They owned operated a Daylight Donut Shop in Kansas for over (8) years. While traveling on a trip they drove thru Antlers, Ok. and decided to make it their home for the next (20) years.  In (2015) they moved to Noble, Ok. where she resided until her death. She enjoyed crotching but her cooking brought everyone home. The family always wanted her to make her chocolate pie. Dotty was a member of the Business of Professional Women and also a member of the Eastern Star. She was preceded in death by her Parents, infant Son Michael, (2) Sisters; Beverly and Barbara. She is survived by her Husbnd Clifton of the home, (3) Sons; Ronald Peoples, Randall Peoples and Torry Rollmann and wife Kristan, (3) Daughters; Nanette Lloyd, Crystal Bohn and Tonya Miller, (17) Grandchildren, (6) Great Grandchildren and many other relatives and...
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Jerry Lee Kilgore

Jerry was born to Joe Lee Kilgore and Pauline Kilgore (Gulley) on August 28, 1938 at Rodessa, Louisiana. At a young age he moved with his family to Moore, Oklahoma area. He attended the Moore School System and graduated with the class of 1957. While in high school, Jerry was active in the FFA where he took an interest in feeding and showing market hogs.  Shortly after high school, enlisted in the United States Army where he served as a Radio Relay and Carrier Operator.  Jerry always had a passion for horses and rodeo. He spent his early rodeo years competing as a calf roper and then later switched to team roping where he was a heeler. In 1960 Jerry and Ms. Anita Faye Goode were united in marriage. While rodeo was Jerry and Anita’s life, Jerry also owned and operated Kilgore Machine and Tool Co. in Oklahoma City and Anita was a bookkeeper for Custer & Custer Livestock Commission Co. Jerry and Anita moved from Moore to Lexington and built a home where they resided until their passing. Jerry was a very well known and respected man throughout his community and professions. He was always able to ensure a good laugh and smile with every encounter. Jerry was a loved father and always took great pride in his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.  His mother, father, and wife preceded him in death. Jerry is survived by his daughter Jamie Kilgore of Oklahoma City, his son Kyle Kilgore and wife Paula of Lexington, grandchildren; Jason Felton and wife Krystal, Jenna Gillum and husband Josh, Justin Kilgore, and Shawn Kilgore, great-grandchildren; Easton Felton, Charlotte Gillum, Cori Lee Gillum, and numerous friends. He will be dearly missed by all.  ...
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James Barker

James “Jim” Wayne Barker was born to Charles and Mary Ellen (Bostic) Barker on February 18, 1941 in Ohio. He departed this life on August 6, 2018 at the Norman Regional Hospital at the age of (77) years. Jim moved to Norman in the early 70’s from Baltimore, Maryland. On October 21, 1972 he and Barbara Martin were united in marriage in Norman, OK. Jim was employed as a Mechanic with Andrews 66 until his retirement. He enjoyed fishing, going to the dirt track races, spending time with his friends and family, ecpecially his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Jim was preceded in death by his parents, (3) brothers: Bob, Don and Paul and (2) sisters: Betty and Phyllis. He is survived by his wife Barbara of (46) years of the home, (3) sons: Kelly Barker and wife Trudi of Noble, James “Jimmy” Barker Jr of Maryland, Michael Barker of Maryland, (4) daughters: LaDonna Hacker and husband Mark of Norman, Cathy Wagner of Maryland, Carol Peterson of Florida, Lisa Barker of Maryland, (16) grandchildren: Ashley Raney, Mark Hacker, Samantha Barker, Cody Barker, Valerie, Sarah, Rachel, John Wagner Jr, Laura and Michael Jr, (9) great –grandchildren: Maddie, Mason, Billie, Caitlyn, Link and many other relatives and...
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Paul Hopkins

Paul “Hoppy” Hopkins, 80, departed this life on August 5, 2018 in Norman, OK. Hoppy is survived by his wife, Jean Hopkins, his daughters Teresa Elam, Karen Goodchild, and Courtney Hopkins; son-in-law Peter Goodchild; his grandchildren Elizabeth Elam, Nicholas Elam, Adam Goodchild, and Paul Goodchild; sister-in-law Jetty Carlton and husband Keith; a half sister and many nieces and nephews. He is preceded by his father Paul Horton Hopkins, mother Virginia Boyd, brother Jimmie Rex Hopkins, sister-in-law Betty Kinsey and brother-in-law Carl Howard. His service will be held on 8/8/18 at 2:00pm located at McMahan’s Funeral Chapel in Noble,...
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