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STEVEN FREDRICK WINDLE 

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STEVEN FREDRICK WINDLE 

STEVEN FREDRICK WINDLE Steven was born to Sterling Windle and Delores Rodman on December 10, 1958, at Oklahoma City, OK. He departed this life on March 28, 2020, at his home with his wife Lisa and family by his side. Steven graduated from US Grant High School in OK. City. On February 24, 1979, he and Lisa Shook were united in marriage in Oklahoma City. They made their home in Noble for over (30) years while raising their two daughters. Steven was a custom trim carpenter by trade. He was a truck driver for a time and was also employed with the Noble Public School System in the maintenance dept. He enjoyed cooking, vacationing with the family, fishing and camping. His passion was going fast and his Harley Davidson motorcycle was his fix. He rode his bike to the Sturgis Bike Rally a few times and loved touring Oklahoma with his family. Above all things, he loved his family. The grandchildren were very special to him. Steven was preceded in death by his mother Delores, Stepfather Robert Owen, and a Granddaughter Macy Jean Stevens. He is survived by his wife Lisa of the home, Father Sterling Windle (Donna), (2) Daughters; Tiffany Stewart (Jeff) and Melissa Windle, (2) Brothers; Brian Melton and Mike Cantwell, (3) Sisters; Debbie Owen, Jaime O’Brien and Valarie Windle Leary, Special Uncles; Rick and Paul Rodman, Father and Mother-in-law Wendell and Dianne Shook, (2) Brothers-in-law; Warren and Jonathan Shook, Sister-in-law Aimee Shook Crossland, (6) Grandchildren; Bladen, Samantha and Sean Stewart, Kaleb Windle, Ryan Hatcher, and Tyson Stevens and a host of other relatives and friends. GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 3:00 pm Wednesday, April 1st Fairview Maguire Cemetery Noble, OK. 73068 Arranged and Directed By McMahan’s Funeral...

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Paul Boucher

Posted by on Mar 25, 2020 in Obituaries | 0 comments

Paul Boucher

Paul Boucher was born to Arlon and Theda (Copeland) Boucher on September 23, 1942 at Purcell, OK. Paul grew up in Moore and attended school there He enlisted in the US Army and received an Honorable Discharge on December 3, 1960, at Ft. Leonard Wood, Missouri. After the Military Paul was employed at Tinker Air Force Base. Upon his retirement, Paul fulfilled his passion for fast boats and fast racing cars. He helped build racing boats for years. He started street racing when he was young and it wasn’t legal. He kept building the cars up until he became ill. The last race car he owned was still in his garage. Paul loved his family. He enjoyed time spent with his Grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother John. Those who survive him include Son James, Daughters; Paula “LeAnn” Wilson and husband Danny and Christina Boucher, many Grandchildren, numerous Great Grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 11:00 AM Friday, March 27th Hillside Cemetery Purcell, OK. Arranged and Directed By McMahan’s Funeral...

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JIMMY LYNN RAYBURN

Posted by on Mar 25, 2020 in Obituaries | 0 comments

JIMMY LYNN RAYBURN

Jimmy Lynn was born to Lynn Rayburn and Peggy (Blake) Pearce on June 25, 1959, at Purcell, Ok. He departed this life on March 15, 2020, in Noble, Ok. Jimmy Lynn was a lifetime resident of Noble. He graduated from Noble High School with the Class of (1977). He was an electrician by trade. Jimmy Lynn was employed with the University of Oklahoma as an electrician until his retirement in (2013). Jimmy Lynn’s passion was making music. He was a self-taught guitar player. In his younger days, he was the lead singer in his own Country Band. The Band traveled in Oklahoma and some in Tennessee. In his spare time, he enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was preceded in death by his Paternal Grandfather Ralph Rayburn and Maternal Grandparents Lucille and Albert Blake. Those who survive him include his Father Lynn and Melba Rayburn, his Mother Peggy and Robert Pearce, his Paternal Grandmother Ladell Rayburn, Son Josh Rayburn, Daughter Stephanie Rayburn, Stepdaughter Kassy Holman, Sister Twila Tosh, (6) Grandchildren; Hollynn, Blakely, Lena, Hailey, Brandon and Abby, Nephew Stephen Tosh, Niece Stephanie Tosh, Great Nieces; Kiya Tosh and Taylor Tosh, Aunt Zelda and Kenny Cowan and many friends that will miss him dearly. GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 2:00 pm Thursday, March 26th OFFICIATING: Dr. Cleve Haley INTERMENT: Noble IOOF Cemetery Arranged and Directed By McMahans Funeral...

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GAROLD WESLEY HINES

Posted by on Mar 23, 2020 in Obituaries | 0 comments

GAROLD WESLEY HINES

GAROLD WESLEY HINES Gary was born to Garold Williams and Lena LaVon (Hitson) Hines on February 21, 1958, at Santa Ana, Ca. He departed this life on March 20, 2020, at his home in Norman, OK. at the age of (62) years. Gary moved to Oklahoma with his family. On May 5, 1975, he enlisted in the US Army. He completed Aircraft Mechanic School and specialized in helicopter repairs at Ft. Lewis, WA. On May 6, 1978, Gary received an Honorable Discharge as SGT. Gary was a computer programmer by trade and retired from Financial Software Systems with over 20 years of service. He married the love of his life, Rhonda Pelton, on January 25, 2002. They made Norman their home. Gary and Rhonda attended the Anchor Church. He loved the outdoors, remote control airplanes, fishing, and boating but his love for his family was so much more. He loved spending time with his grandchildren and watching them grow. He was preceded in death by his parents, (2) Sisters; Eileen Callaway and Tammy Hines, Niece Toni Clapp. Those who survive him include his Wife Rhonda of the home, (4) Sons; Wesley Hines, Charles Cheek (Jessica), Gavin Hines and Trey Hines, Daughter Normanda Pelton (Joshua), Grandchildren; McKynna, Autumn, Faith, expecting Iris Elaine and Coy Allen Father-in-law Steve Smith, Sisters-in-law Kelly Stapp (David) and DeAnna Smith (Jerry), Special Friends; Tony Kilcollins (Linda) and Kim McCollum (Jeff), numerous Nieces and Nephews and many friends. MEMORIAL SERVICE: 1:00 PM TUESDAY, MARCH 24TH OFFICIATING: JERRY JONES HONORARY PALLBEARERS: David Stapp, Steve Smith, and Jim Allen The Service will conclude at the Funeral Home ARRANGED AND DIRECTED BY MCMAHAN’S FUNERAL...

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