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RYAN KEITH ROBINETT

Posted by on Mar 18, 2020 in Obituaries | 0 comments

RYAN KEITH ROBINETT

~~ RYAN KEITH ROBINETT~~ Ryan Keith Robinett was born to David and Amanda (Samples) Robinett in Norman, OK. on December 19, 1975. He departed this life in the early morning of March 14, 2020, with his wife Amy and family by his side. Ryan was a lifetime member of Noble, OK. He loved his hometown and never considered living anywhere else. He graduated with the Noble High School Class of (1995). With the help of both their Parents Ryan and Amy Stevens went on their first blind date together. Talking on the phone for hours then an actual date night. After the date, they were never apart again. They were truly in love and married on November 9, 1996, in Oklahoma City, OK. They made their home together in Noble for (23) years, (4) months and (5) days before his passing. Ryan was a family man. He loved his daughters dearly and loved being a part of their lives. He enjoyed the fishing and hunting trips he took them on. It was all about spending time with them. He and Amy loved remodeling houses together. He was an excellent carpenter and she a decorator. Ryan worked with his father in the concrete business and in December 2017 he started his own business, the Robinett Concrete Builders, LLC. He was a very successful businessman and didn’t mind working. He had loyal and hardworking men working for him that kept the business going when he became ill. His thanks go out to Miguel Lopez and Eric Hendricks for their help. He was preceded in death by his Daughter Emma Beth, Paternal Grandparents Delbert, and Ruby Robinett, Maternal Grandmother Georgia Hanna and Father-in-law Danny Stevens. Those who survive him include his Wife Amy and Daughters; Chloe and Chesney, Parents David and Amanda Robinett, Brother David Robinett Jr., Sister Becky Wines (Gary), Mother-in-law BeeDee Thomas (Fred), Brother-in-law Danny and Christi Stevens, Grand-Mother-in-law Lou Stevens, numerous Nieces and Nephews and many friends that loved him and will miss him dearly. FUNERAL SERVICE: 3:00 PM THURSDAY, MARCH 19TH NOBLE ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 100 POST OAK RD, NOBLE, OK. INTERMENT: SUNSET MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY 2301 E. INDIAN HILLS, NORMAN, OK. Arranged and Directed By McMahan’s Funeral...

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JOSEPH ELBERT HYDE

Posted by on Mar 13, 2020 in Obituaries | 0 comments

JOSEPH ELBERT HYDE

JOSEPH ELBERT HYDE  Joseph E. (Joe) Hyde was born to Elbert J. Hyde and Coy Mae (Andrews) Hyde on July 25, 1933, in McClain County, Ok. He departed this life on March 10, 2020, with family by his side. Joe was the firstborn of ten children. His parents farmed in several locations in McClain County. They lived a few miles west of Washington when Joe started school. Their place of residence was located in the Dibble School District. He later attended school at Cole, Freeny and Blanchard schools, all located in McClain County. He completed two years of college at Oklahoma State University, Ok. City Extension. In 1954 he and Dorothy Fay Madden were married and of this marriage, four children were born. The marriage ended in divorce on October 31, 1984. In October 1986 he and Helen Louise (Hackney) Hawkins were United in Marriage in Las Vegas, Nevada. They made their home in Norman where he resided until his death. Joe was employed as a breadman for Bill’s Bread Co. located in Chickasha, Ok. His law enforcement career began with the Norman Police Dept. on February 1, 1957. He retired with 20 years of service as Major on February 1, 1977. During his employment, he served in all the ranks in the department. Upon retirement, he entered the real estate field as a manager and later owned Hyde Real Estate in Norman. He then re-entered the law enforcement field with the Cleveland County Sherriff’s Dept. for one year before taking the position as Noble Police Chief. After serving six years he retired due to his health. He was employed with the American Exchange Bank of Norman. He ended his law enforcement career with the United States Marshalls Service in Oklahoma City with over 7 years of service and retired once more in August 1995 after the Murrah Building Bombing. He then enjoyed woodworking, genealogy and traveling to 45 of the 50 states. Joe was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers; Herbert, Willie, and Don Hyde, one Son Dale Hawkins. Those who survive him include his wife Helen, two Sons; Randy and Ricky Hyde, four Daughters; Marilyn Graham (Rick), Donna Hyde, Rita Sherwin, Darla Murphy (Mike), three Brothers; Floyd Hyde, Lloyd Hyde (Johannah), Lonnie Hyde (Linda), three Sisters; Betty Prince (Barry), Floy Murphy (James), Dorothy Beller, ten Grandchildren, fifteen Great Grandchildren and a host of many other relatives and friends. The family would like to thank Humanity Hospice especially his aide Colisa that treated him with respect and made him laugh. FUNERAL SERVICE: 2:00 pm Tuesday, March 17th, Graveside Service, Washington Cemetery VISITATION: 5-7 pm Monday, March 16th, McMahan’s Funeral Home INTERMENT: Washington Cemetery. Honors By Norman Police Department ARRANGED AND DIRECTED BY MCMAHAN’S FUNERAL HOME...

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KENNETH (KENNY) HUDSON

Posted by on Mar 9, 2020 in Obituaries | 0 comments

KENNETH (KENNY) HUDSON

KENNETH HUDSON OBITUARY   Kenneth (Kenny) Hudson was born to Charley Ray and Carolyn Beth (Westerman) Fox on April 29, 1965, at Midwest City, OK. He departed this life on March 6, 2020, at OU Medical in Oklahoma City, OK.   Kenny moved east of Norman with his family and graduated from Noble High School in (1983). He played strong safety on the Noble football team while also lifting weights and was a member of the Noble track team. Kenny served his country by enlisting in the Oklahoma National Guard in December of 1982 and received an Honorable Discharge as a Sgt. in December of 1994. Kenny was employed with AKG Southwest Facilities Support as an electronics technician leadman.   He married his High School sweetheart and the love of his life, Kerrie on October 28, 1983, and they made Norman their home for over 30 years before his passing. They raised 2 Sons and 1 Daughter that was his world. He coached both boys in little league baseball especially Kody and he and Kerrie followed Kole from coast to coast while he played hockey and he always attended Paige’s gymnastics meets. Kenny’s hobby was restoring old cars and his latest project was a 1965 Mustang for Kerrie that is still in his garage. He loved going to the car shows also spending time at the lake and camping with his family.   He is survived by his wife Kerrie of the home, his Sons; Kody Hudson and Kole Hudson, his Daughter Paige Hudson, Mother Carolyn Fox, Father Charlie Hudson, Brother Kevin Hudson (Leslie), Step Brothers; Michael Fox (Omieah), Toby McCutchen (Jenny) and Tary McCutchen and Tony McCutchen, Sister Amy Heatly (Ryan), Foster Sister Dorothy Elliott, Grandchild Kody Tyler Hudson, Mother-in-law Donna Lamb, Father-in-law Charlie, and Clara Willis, Brothers-in-law; Robert Housley (LouJohnia), Billy Lamb, J.C. Lamb, Sister-in-law Carolyn Banos (Robert) and Kristen West, numerous Nieces and Nephews and many friends that will miss him dearly.   VISITATION: 5-8 pm. Tuesday, March 10th at MCMAHAN’S FUNERAL HOME, 616 S. 8th St., Noble, OK. 73068   FUNERAL SERVICE: 2:00 pm Saturday, March 14th at CrossPointe Church, 2601 24th Ave., Norman, OK....

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Clifford Wendell Hawkins

Posted by on Mar 3, 2020 in Obituaries | 0 comments

Clifford Wendell Hawkins

Clifford Hawkins was born to Frank and Nora (Keeler) Hawkins on March 18, 1938, in Bryant, Oklahoma. He departed this life on February 28, 2020, at his home in Moore, Ok. surrounded by his family. Cliff attended school at Noble High before enlisting in the US Air Force on December 2, 1955. He re-enlisted on May 9, 1958, and served his country for six more years before receiving an Honorable Discharge on September 16, 1964. In his younger days, Cliff liked boxing, playing baseball, riding horses, racing cars and causing mischief. He was employed for 30 years at Tinker Air Force Base before his retirement in 1989 as a Quality Control Engineer. It was then that he moved to Sulphur, Ok. to pursue his dream of fishing every day. When he wasn’t fishing he enjoyed flying model airplanes, riding motorcycles with his son Dale and watching Nascar and boxing. He also enjoyed doing magic shows at Vacation Bible School for the children. Cliff was always laughing and making jokes. He was a lifelong Sunday School Teacher and Deacon of various churches that he attended. He was of the Baptist Faith and a member of the Franklin Baptist Church since 2014. He was preceded in death by his parents, son Dale, wife Charlotte, brothers; George, Dave, and Larry Hawkins. Those who survive him include 2 Daughters; Rita Sherwin of Norman and Darla Murphy (Mike) of Mustang, 3 Grandchildren; Rachel Cole, Jimmy Murphy, and Aric Murphy, 2 Great Grandchildren; Olivia Cole and Emma Cole, 3 SiBlings; Alice Greeson (Bill) of Noble, Harry Hawkins of Noble and Fannie Jones (Sam) of Lubbock, Tx. and many other friends that will miss him dearly. FUNERAL SERVICE: 1:00 PM Wednesday, March 4 Franklin Baptist Church, 7327 E. Franklin Rd, Norman, Ok. INTERMENT: Resthaven Cemetery w/ US Army Honors ARRANGED AND DIRECTED BY MCMAHANS FUNERAL...

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