Obituaries



ANTONIO LOPEZ CARDENAS JR.

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

ANTONIO LOPEZ CARDENAS JR.

ANTONIO LOPEZ CARDENAS JR.   Antonio Cardenas Jr. was born to Antonio Sr. and Delphina Lopez on August 24, 1943, at Dallas, Tx. He departed this life at his home in Noble on April 30, 2019, at the age of (75) years.     Antonio attended school at Choctaw High School. In (1980) he moved his family from Ok. City to Noble, Ok. He was a self-employed roofer by trade before his retirement. He loved to work in his vegetable garden and enjoyed fishing, cookouts with family and friends and spending time with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.     Antonio was preceded in death by his Parents, Wife Brenda Gail Cardenas and a brother Ramiro Cardenas. Those who survive him include (5) Sons; Tony Ray, Quinn, Lino, Christopher and Antonio, Sister Gloria Elliott and husband Richard, (9) Grandchildren, (3) Great Grandchildren and (1) on the way with a host of many other family members and friends.   FUNERAL SERVICE: 2:00 pm Monday, May 6th McMahans Funeral Chapel 616 S. 8th St., Noble, OK.     INTERMENT: Sunnylane Cemetery 3900 SE 29th St., Del City, OK.   Arranged and Directed By McMahans Funeral...

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JIMMY DEAN SANDERS 

Posted by on May 2, 2019 in Obituaries | 0 comments

JIMMY DEAN SANDERS Jim was born to Robert C. and Mabel (Mattingly) Sanders on May 10, 1940, at Jenks, Ok. He departed this life on April 26, 2019, in Shreveport, Louisiana due to auto injuries at the age of (78) years. Jim attended school at Okesa High School and graduated with honors as the Valedictorian of his Class. In 1982 he moved from Illinois to Oklahoma. On August 11, 1984, he and Judi Gerhard were United in Marriage on their homeplace east of Noble. Jim was self-employed in the siding business until his retirement. He was of the Catholic faith and was baptized on Easter at the age of (70) by Father Jack at St Andrews Catholic Church. He enjoyed woodworking, fishing, spending time with family and friends. He and Judi both played in dart tournaments and he handmade dart boxes for his friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Brother Robert Sanders, and Sisters; Jean Sanders. Those who survive him include his Wife of (35) years Judi of the home, Daughter; Anna Steinberg and husband David and step-daughter Deana Mufti and husband Jose, Son; Randy Sanders and wife Anita, step-sons Andre Mufti and Faisal Mufti, Sister Ann Patton, numerous Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren and many friends to survive him. MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: 10:00 am Friday, May 3, 2019 St. Thomas More University Parish 100 Stinson St., Norman, OK. INTERMENT: Fairview Maguire Cemetery Arranged and Directed By McMahans Funeral...

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Beverly Ann (Hurley) Boles

Posted by on Apr 25, 2019 in Obituaries | 0 comments

Beverly Ann (Hurley) Boles

Beverly Ann (Hurley) Boles, 83, of Noble, Oklahoma, passed away Friday, April 19th, 2019 after a lengthy battle with Parkinson’s Disease.   She was born in Ada, Oklahoma, November 30, 1935, the daughter of Ruth & Vascle Hurley. Beverly graduated from Byng High School.   For the last years of her life, Beverly was a resident of Noble Health Care Center and got to spend much of her time playing her favorite game, Bingo.   She was survived by her daughters Connie (Jimmy) Mercer of Norman, OK; Donna (Craig) Cates of Purcell, OK; and Bonnie (Craig) Larson of Edmond, OK; and, her sisters Wanda Mae (Cecil) Gray of Wheatland, CA and Joanne (Floyd) Lenox of Mead, OK. She was the proud grandmother of 7 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father Vascle Hurley, her mother and stepfather Ruth & Haskel Batts; her brothers Daryl & Jimmy Hurley; and, her loving husband Preston Boles.   A celebration of life will be held at 1 pm, Friday, April 26th, at McMahan’s Funeral Home in Noble, OK. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Michael J. Fox Foundation to aid in Parkinson’s...

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LARRY JOE BROWN 

Posted by on Apr 24, 2019 in Obituaries | 0 comments

LARRY JOE BROWN 

LARRY JOE BROWN  Larry Joe Brown was born to T.O. and Ruby (Eskew) Brown on January 29, 1939, in Gotebo, Ok. He was called home on April 20, 2019 at his home, surrounded by his loving family at the age of (80) years. Larry attended school at Southeast High School in Oklahoma City, Ok. Growing up as a teenager he met his next door neighbor Miss. Barbara Malicott. Miss. Malicott had an interest in him so she asked him on a date. From that moment on the romance started. They were United in Marriage on August 6, 1955, in Oklahoma City. In 1973 they moved their family to the Cleveland County area where he resided until his death. Larry was self-employed in the drywall business for over (50) years. He had an ear for music and was a self-taught guitar player among many other instruments. Barbara joined him on the bass guitar. They and other band members played at many Senior Citizens Centers including Noble for (12) years. They also played at Nursing Homes to entertain the residents and the Churches that he and Barbara attended. At the time of his death, he attended the Franklin Baptist Church. Larry loved the Lord, he was a Christian man and he loved to make music for the Lord. He was a family man and worked hard to support and raise his four daughters. He enjoyed family time on camping trips, fishing on his pontoon boat and spending time friends and family.  Larry was preceded in death by his Parents, a daughter Patty Mallory, a granddaughter, (3) Brothers and their spouses; Junior and Iola Brown, Don and Penny Brown and Derrell Brown, (2) Sisters; Katherine Lindsay and LaNell Bailey, (2) brothers-in-law; Terrell Lloyd and Jimmy McDonald. Those who survive him include his Wife of (63) years Barbara of the home, (3) Daughters; Linda Rosenfelt and husband Gene of Noble, Sheila Dickerman and husband David of Noble and Janice Busick and husband Pat of Noble, Son-in-law Harvey Mallory of Noble, (2) Sisters; Waynona Lloyd and Linda McDonald, Sister-in-law Sandra Brown, (9) Grandchildren, (22) Great Grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.   VISITATION HOURS: 4:00 pm-8:00 pm Wednesday, April 24M   FUNERAL SERVICE:11:00 am Thursday, April 25th Noble Assembly Of God Church, 100 E. Post Oak, Noble, Ok.   INTERMENT: Noble IOOF Cemetery  ...

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