Obituaries



SARAH BERNICE COKER

Posted by on Feb 11, 2019 in Obituaries | 0 comments

SARAH BERNICE COKER

OBITUARY for SARAH BERNICE COKER             Sarah Bernice Coker was born to Bernie and Leona (May) Adwell on June 9, 1949, at Ozona, Tx. She departed this life on February 7, 2019, at her home in Noble at the age of 69 years.           Sarah had made Noble her home for the last (30) years moving from Waxahachie, Texas. She was employed as a CNA with Loving Care for many years. Sarah was a loving compassionate woman that loved caring for others. She was a selfless person that tirelessly helped others.           She enjoyed sewing, woodworking, fishing, dancing and spending time with friends. She was a people person, never met a stranger and loved to visit.           Sarah’s most tragic loss came with the death of her son BJ Coker while in the US Navy in 2005. She was also preceded in death by her parents and 2 brothers; Jackie Adwell and Wm. Curry.           She is survived by a Sister Jan Shaw and husband Jim, 2 nephews, 1 great nephew, and 3 great nieces. She is also survived by her adopted family Kathy and Kelso Dillon and the young lady she considered her granddaughter Kelsey Dillon and many other friends.  FUNERAL SERVICE: 1:00 pm Tuesday, February 12th                                          McMahans Funeral Chapel VISITATION HOURS: 4:00 pm-7:00 pm Monday, February 11th INTERMENT: Fairview Maguire...

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RITA EILEEN (CLEVELAND) SENNE

Posted by on Feb 6, 2019 in Obituaries | 0 comments

RITA EILEEN (CLEVELAND) SENNE

RITA EILEEN (CLEVELAND) SENNE             Mrs. Senne was born to James and Agnes (Miller) Cleveland on October 12, 1934, at Geneva, New York. She departed this life on January 31, 2019, at the Noble Health Care at the age of (84) years. Mrs. Senne graduated from the Geneva High School. She and Mr. Robert Zantop were United in Marriage and to that union (4) children were born, Steve and Richard Zantop, Debra Adams and Susan Hanks. In August of (1959), she married Mr. George Senne.  He was an Officer in the Texas and Oklahoma National Guard as a Pilot Instructor and was transferred from Mineral Wells, Texas to Oklahoma in (1973) and they made their home in Noble.           Rita was a full-time homemaker staying at home and raising (6) children. She started riding horses as a young girl and loved it. She played the piano and loved to listen to piano music. She also enjoyed reading, traveling and attending craft shows.           She was preceded in death by her Parents, Husbands, a Daughter Jori Parker in (1989), (1) Brother Milford Cleveland and (1) Sister Wanda Cotton. Those who survive her include (3) Sons; Steve and Richard Zantop and Dana Senne, (3) Daughters; Debra Adams, Susan Hanks, and Nicole Horn, numerous Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren and other relatives and friends. FUNERAL SERVICE: 10:00 AM Saturday, February 9th                                          McMahans Funeral Chapel INTERMENT: Noble IOOF Cemetery Arranged and Directed By McMahans Funeral Home...

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DOROTHY MAE (BURKHARDT) PHELAN

Posted by on Jan 31, 2019 in Obituaries | 0 comments

DOROTHY MAE (BURKHARDT) PHELAN

Dorothy was born to Pearl and Ida Burkhardt on May 15, 1927, at Cedar Falls, Iowa. She graduated from Greene High School in Greene, Iowa in (1944). She married the love of her life Troy Phelan on November 4, 1946, in Rawlins, Wyoming where they resided for many years. They made their home in Colorado and Dalhart, Texas before moving to Noble. Dorothy was the rock of the family. A caregiver to all and a hard worker. Besides raising her own family she enjoyed doing for others. At one time she managed the Little Axe Senior Citizens Center. She made daily trips to Norman to pick up the food to deliver to the Seniors. She enjoyed quilting, sewing, jigsaw puzzles, and dominos. But the Grandchildren were the light of her life She embraced her role as being Grandma Dode. Spending time with them and caring for them always made her day. Her Siblings that preceded her in death are; Wilfrid (Carol) Burkhardt, Sylvia (Bud) Harger, Charlotte (Mac) McKenzie, Eileen (Leonard) Stumme, Gordon Burkhardt, Pamela Burkhardt. She is survived by (8) Children; Wynn and Leon Bray of Houston, Tx., Bonnie and Jimmy Mort of Springfield, CO., Cathy Sharp of Noble, Troy and Janie Phelan of Shamrock, Tx., Sherise and Don Burns of Capan, Ok., Marilee Phelan of Amarillo, Tx., Rory Jay Phelan of Arizona and Sue Phelan of Noble, (5) Siblings: Janice Burkhardt, Lyly (Augusta) Burkhardt, Kenneth (Dorothy) Burkhardt, Howard (Jan) Burkhardt and Mary (Don) Humphrey, (21) Grandchildren, (42) Great Grandchildren and (8) Great Great Grandchildren and many friends that will miss her...

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RAIDEN LEVI KUENEMAN

Posted by on Jan 17, 2019 in Obituaries | 0 comments

RAIDEN LEVI KUENEMAN

RAIDEN LEVI KUENEMAN     Raiden Kueneman was born to Lonnie Kueneman and Destiny White on April 3, 2011. He received his wings to Heaven on January 13, 2018, at the age of (7) years. Raiden was a loving little boy that lived life to the fullest. He never met a stranger and gave the best hugs ever. He attended the 2nd grade at Hubbard Elementary.  He was a precious little cowboy that loved going for rides, swinging, playing with Spiderman, his hot wheel cars and loving his family. He was preceded in death by his Brother Kaleb Scott Simmons and Grandfather Gary Kueneman. He is survived by his Parents, Sister Raynee Kueneman of the home, Maternal Grandparents Gina and Royce White of Blanchard, Paternal Grandmother Lori Staring of Lindsey, Aunt Candace and Joseph McKenzie of Florida, Uncles Christian Kueneman and Kyle Kueneman, Cousins; Collin, Aubri, Korbyn, Bentley, Royce and Valentina and other family and friends..  FUNERAL SERVICE: 1:00 pm Friday, January 18th Noble Assembly Of God Church, 100 Post Oak Rd., Noble, Ok. INTERMENT: Maysville Cemetery  Arranged and Directed By McMahans Funeral...

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