Clyde Andrew Shatley Jr.

Funeral: 11/20/2017 at 12:00 pm

Clyde Shatley Jr. was born to Clyde Shatley Sr. and Helen Louise (Hartline) Shatley on June 26, 1945, at Highland Park, Ill. He departed this life due to an extended illness on November 14 at the Norman Regional Hospital at the age of 72 years.

Clyde moved to Norman, Ok. with his family when he was in the 2nd grade. Later he moved with his family to Noble on 48th St. and Post Oak Road which later became known as the homeplace. He graduated from Noble High School in 1963. On March 18, 1965, he enlisted in the U.S. Army National Guard of Oklahoma. He served his country for 6 years before receiving an Honorable Discharge on March 17, 1971, as a Specialist Five Sr. Mechanic.

On January 6, 1968, Clyde married the love of his life Mary Ann Lanier in Norman, Ok. Their home was in Norman their entire marriage of 49 years before Mary’s passing. Clyde was employed with the OEC Coop as a District Lineman until his retirement. He was Mary’s caretaker during her illness before her death even though he was also ill while not letting anyone know.

 He was raised in the country on the farm-loving the outdoors and was an avid fisherman and deer hunter. He even went squirrel and rabbit hunting if he had the chance. He loved fishing out of his bass boat which he will be carried into the Cemetery.

Clyde was preceded in death by his parents and wife Mary. Those who survive him include 2 sons, Robert Shatley (Nicole) of Norman and Walter Shatley (Samantha) of Omaha, Nebraska; 2 daughters; Kathy Shatley and Jenny Shatley Paul (John II) all of Norman; 1 sister, Shirley Burnett of Noble; 2 brothers: Ted Shatley (Sherry) and Mike Shatley of Noble; 6 grandchildren, 1 great-grandchild with another grandchild and great-grandchild on the way, numerous other relatives and friends.


FUNERAL SERVICE: 12:00 p.m. Noon Monday, November 20th

                                          MCMAHANS FUNERAL CHAPEL

INTERMENT: Noble IOOF Cemetery with

                             U.S. ARMY MILITARY HONORS

VISITATION HOURS: Sunday, November 19th from 1:00pm-7:00 p.m.