Image of Carole Duncan

Carole Duncan

Aug 16, 1950 - Nov 22, 2023

location-icon

Muskogee, OK

Ms. Carole Gwendolyn Duncan, in her 73rd season of life, "the Master called his faithful servant home" on Wednesday morning, November 22, 2023 from Muskogee, Oklahoma. Service Arrangements are currently pending in The People's Chapel of Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors, Inc. -Muskogee.

Obituary Source:https://www.biglowfunerals.com/obituary/carole-duncan

flowers

Memorial Card

In memory of your loved one, we offer a heartfelt way to express your condolences. Click below to send a beautiful memorial card to the obituary, extending your sympathies and sharing in the remembrance of a life well-lived.

Jack R. Dull

Mar 29, 1935 - Feb 22, 2024

location-icon

Muskogee, OK

"Jack R. Dull, 88 of Dewey, OK., passed away Thursday, February 22, 2024, in Muskogee, OK. Born on March 29, 1935, to Charles and Josephine (Chuplinc) Dull in Enid, OK. After graduating high school Jack attended college where he soon joined the Air Force and then started a career as an Electrical motor Winder and Repairman. His career path led him to work for Ward Electric, Reda Pump along with the US Airforce. On November 4, 1966, Jack married the love of his life Julia, and the two began their wonderful life together. Jack\u0027s hobbies and interests included motorcycles and racecars. Jack is preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Josephine Dull, and survived by his lovely wife of the home Julia Dull."

View Obituary

forward-arrow-icon

Barbara Hearn

Aug 28, 1947 - Mar 01, 2024

location-icon

Muskogee, OK

Barbara Hearn, 76, of Fort Gibson, passed away Friday, March 1, 2024 in Muskogee, OK. She was born in Stroud, OK on August 28, 1947, the daughter of Glen Hollon and Lucille Hollon (Lloyd). Barbara was the matriarch of her family. She earned a Certificate of Ministry in the early 2000's. Barbara was dedicated to sharing the Word of God with her family and friends. Barbara is survived by her daughter Echea Rountree of Fort Gibson; son Jerry Hearn and wife Heather of Midland, TX; sisters Collene Hearn and Peggy Yandell; grandchildren Sacie Escolas, Ashley Wayland (Hearn), Jacob Hearn, Madison Hearn, Rachel Remington, Dawn Sponsler, and Michael Beard; and a host of other family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents Glen Hollon and Lucille Hollon (Lloyd). Memorial Services will be held at 1:00 pm Tuesday, March 5, 2024 at Citizens Cemetery of Fort Gibson, with Lana Mayes officiating. Services in care of Lescher-Millsap Funeral Home.

View Obituary

forward-arrow-icon

Mason Alexander Sawyer

Mar 12, 1988 - Feb 26, 2024

location-icon

Muskogee, OK

Mason Alexander Sawyer, 35, resident of Muskogee, Oklahoma passed away Monday, February 26, 2024. He was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma on Saturday, March 12, 1988 to Susan Claudette (Howard) Sawyer. No services scheduled at this time. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Mason Alexander Sawyer, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

View Obituary

forward-arrow-icon

Billy Ray Clinkenbeard

Apr 16, 1944 - Feb 19, 2024

location-icon

Muskogee, OK

"Billy Ray Clinkenbeard of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma died on February 19, 2024 in Muskogee, Oklahoma surrounded by loved ones two months shy of his 80th birthday. Billy Ray was born April 16, 1944 in Fort Gibson, OK to Lloyd and Gladys (Peebles) Clinkenbeard. He was the 10th of the eleven children to survive into adulthood. He attended Fort Gibson schools and graduated in 1963. For most of his adult life, he drove long-haul trucks and “put on more miles going backwards than most people have ever driven forward!” Even though he traveled many miles across the country and spent a lot of time away from Oklahoma, coming across the Arkansas River Bridge meant he was home. Fort Gibson would always be where his heart would reside and where he wanted to live out his life after retirement. Bill loved the outdoors and enjoyed pheasant hunting, fishing on the “conderosa”, and golf with family and friends. He loved his dog Maggie and missed her until the day he passed, often reliving those hunting trip memories he made with her. Billy Ray loved watching sports particularly football, basketball and golf and was an OU fan. Preceding him in death are his parents; brothers, Ray, Leroy, Donald Wayne, and Everett Clinkenbeard; and sisters, Lois Palmer, Christine Cawthorne, and Bonnie Rudy. Billy Ray is survived by his wife, Paula; son, Jeffrey Wayne; daughter, Trisha Lynn Cook and her husband, Tom Cook; bonus son, Brandon Dunn and his wife, Amy Dunn; granddaughter Kinsey Cook Clark and her husband, Brandon Clark all of Fort Gibson, OK; granddaughters Emilee Dunn and Abbie Dunn of Modesto, CA; granddaughter Hadley Dunn of Fort Gibson, OK; great-grandson Andrew Dunn, of Modesto, CA. Billy Ray is also survived by his sisters, Pat Berry of Muskogee, OK; Johnnie Sue Hill and husband Bill Hill of Fort Gibson, OK and brother Steve Clinkenbeard and wife Patsy Clinkenbeard of Fort Gibson, OK; nephew Robert Douglas Burt who shared a brother-like relationship his entire life and many other special nieces, nephews, and close friends. Services will be held at the Clifford D. Garrett Family Funeral Home in Fort Gibson, OK. There will be a visitation for family and friends on Friday, February 23, 2024 from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2024 at 10:00 am with Pastor Dwayne Thompson officiating. The family of Billy Ray Clinkenbeard has entrusted his care, cremation, and service to Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home, Fort Gibson. 918-478-2555 Online condolences may be left for the Clinkenbeard family at clifforddgarrettfamilyfh.com"

View Obituary

forward-arrow-icon

Donnie Gene ‘DJ’ Phillips, Jr.

Nov 25, 1980 - Feb 08, 2024

location-icon

Muskogee, OK

"Donnie Gene ‘DJ’ Phillips, Jr., 43, of Fort Gibson was born November 25, 1980 in Muskogee to Donnie Gene Sr. and Linda (Simmons) Robertson and passed away Thursday, February 8, 2024 in Muskogee. DJ grew up in Muskogee and Tahlequah where he attended school. He started his career as a general laborer and worked in many fields. DJ enjoyed working on vehicles and could fix most anything. He loved to wet a hook and set up camp whenever he had the opportunity. His passion in life was his family, spending as much quality time with them as he could. Unconditional love was what he gave and received the same. DJ may be gone for now but will never be forgotten. He was preceded in death by his sister, Amanda (Mandy) Phillips; dad, Donnie Gene Phillips, Sr; step-mother, Patricia Leann Phillips; grandmother, Doris Jones; and nephew, Anthony Godfrey, Jr. DJ is lovingly survived by his step-brother, Chuck Jones of Fort Gibson; brothers, Donald Phillips of Fort Gibson and Gerald Edington of Missouri, step-brother, Tom Jones of Tahlequah; sister, Jennifer Kincaid of Texas; daughters, Haley Phillips of Branson, MO; Dashawnda Phillips of Tahlequah; and Serenity Phillips of Fort Gibson; sons, Brandon and Wyatt Phillips of Missouri; mother, Linda Robertson of Muskogee; step-sister, Michelle Hibbert of Fort Gibson; cousins, Christal Wilkens of Muskogee and Joseph Delong of Missouri; aunt, Brenda Toney of Muskogee; extended family and many friends. A memorial service celebrating Donnie’s life is scheduled for 2PM Friday, March 1, 2024 at Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home in Fort Gibson with Brother Justin Kinman and DJ’s family officiating. The family of Donnie Gene Phillips, Jr. has entrusted his care, service and cremation to Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home, Fort Gibson. 918-478-2555. Online condolences may be left for DJ’s family at clifforddgarrettfamilyfh.com"

View Obituary

forward-arrow-icon

Jeffrey Sean Stacy

Nov 24, 1969 - Feb 05, 2024

location-icon

Muskogee, OK

"Jeffrey Sean Stacy passed away on Monday, February 5th. Even though Jeff’s failing health took him away from this world, his loving heart leaves memories for all who knew him to cherish. Jeff was born November 24th, 1969 in Muskogee, Oklahoma and resided there his entire life. He attended Muskogee High School from 1985-1987 and was loved by his classmates for his good nature and sense of humor. Jeff worked as a fence builder for many years with the family-owned business. He once opened a pool hall and arcade in the nineties for teenagers to get off the streets and have some fun. But most people know Jeff from his many years at Runts Barbecue. He would always come out from the kitchen and say hello to frequent patrons and his many friends. One of the favorite parts of his job was cooking a special Thanksgiving Dinner for the less fortunate of his community. Due to debilitating health issues, Jeff was finally forced to retire. Jeff loved to go pond fishing for bass, he could sit for hours because he loved taking in the beauty of nature. He enjoyed listening to music; and country music was on the top of his list. As a young man he also loved riding motorcycles… and the faster the better! Jeff played competitive baseball and excelled as a catcher. Another passion of Jeff’s was shopping for antiques, or as he called it “going junkin.” He always found victory in a great bargain. As illness limited his outings, Jeff was always amused by the History Channel and his favorite show, American Pickers. He became quite a history buff. Jeff had a playful sense of humor… just ask anyone who has met him. Making people laugh was easy for him. He was a generous and kind soul and always took up for the underdog. We’re pretty sure he gave the shirt off his back to many because it seemed he was always out of shirts. Most of all, Jeff loved his family. He was extremely close to his mom, along with his older brother and sister so much! But his greatest love was for his son Hayden. Jeff is preceded in death by grandfather, Clyde Stacy; grandmother, Faye Maybell Mann; grandfather, Homer Harrison Stacy; grandmother, Mary Rizzi; grandfather, Pasquale Rizzi. Jeff is lovingly survived by his mother, Evelyn Schiavi of Muskogee; son, Hayden Stacy of Muskogee; sister, Lori Bartel of Broken Arrow; brother, Mark Stacy of Muskogee; nieces, Angie Stacy, and Allyson Kelley both of Broken Arrow; nephews, Mark Stacy Jr, of Jenks, and Austin Stacy of Muskogee; great niece, Emily Payton of Muskogee; extended family and many friends. A Celebration of Jeff’s Life will be 10AM Friday, February 16, 2024 at Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home Chapel, Muskogee. Online condolences may be left for the Stacy family at clifforddgarrettfamilyfh.com"

View Obituary

forward-arrow-icon

Mary Alice Sundquist

Mar 23, 1944 - Feb 05, 2024

location-icon

Muskogee, OK

"Mary Alice Sundquist, 79, of Muskogee, OK was born March 23, 1944 to James and Ruby (Poteete) Fryer in Porter, OK and peacefully passed away February 5, 2024 at home with her family at her bedside. Mary received her education from Central High School in Muskogee. She would later meet and marry her best friend, Gary Sundquist on April 26, 1968 in Muskogee, OK. Mary lived in the Muskogee area most of her life, except when Gary was transferred to Pennsylvania for work. She attended Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania, graduating with an Associate of Arts Degree. Mary and Gary’s roots led them back to Oklahoma, moving to Fort Gibson. Mary held a Clerk-Education position for 22 years with the Veterans Administration retiring in 2008. She was a faithful member of Oldham Memorial Baptist Church in Muskogee. Mary and Gary spent many hours traveling all over the U.S., especially enjoying short road-trips to Branson. In her retired years, Mary enjoyed cruising around town with Gary in their corvette. Together they took part in a corvette car club, attending many lunches and meetings with other corvette owners. She enjoyed crafts, painting pictures and doing ceramics. Mary loved to be anywhere her loved ones were. She cherished time with her grandson Zac, and you could find them watching movies or playing games together. Mary also loved to shop, particularly enjoying shopping for jewelry and shoes. Her love for her family was evident in everything she did. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her. Mary is preceded in death by her husband, Gary on December 8, 2020; her parents, James and Ruby Poteete Fryer; and her brother Jimmy Fryer. Those left to cherish her memory are her sons, Victor Sundquist and wife Sandy of Fort Gibson; and Aaron Sundquist of Muskogee; grandchildren, Zacary Sundquist of Fort Gibson, OK and Jaclyn Jones of Muskogee, OK; great-grandsons, Keagen, Liam, and Stacey all of Muskogee, OK; a great-granddaughter, Rory, of Fort Gibson, OK; and her beloved dog, Sugar, a phantom poodle; sisters, Vera Reese and Geraldine Jordan both of Muskogee; brother, Donald Fryer of Muskogee; many nieces and nephews and many friends. A celebration of Mary’s life will be 2:00PM Friday, February 9, 2024 at Memorial Park Cemetery with Reverend Glen Little officiating. The family of Mary Alice Sundquist has entrusted her care, service and burial to Cliff and Carmen Garrett and Staff of Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home and Crematory, 1020 West Okmulgee Ave., Muskogee, OK. 918-910-8883. Online condolences may be left for the Sundquist family at clifforddgarrettfamilyfh.com"

View Obituary

forward-arrow-icon

Roy Thomas Timmons Sr.

Nov 11, 1943 - Feb 25, 2024

location-icon

Muskogee, OK

"Roy Thomas Timmons Sr., 80, long time Tamaha resident died on Sunday, February 25, 2024 at Muskogee. He was born at Tamaha on November 11, 1943 to Willard and Vesta (McSperitt) Timmons. He worked at Haskell County Hospital as a CNA for many years as well as an EMT until his retirement. He enjoyed fishing and gardening in his spare time. He is survived by two sons, Roy Timmons Jr. of Muskogee, Royce Timmons of Braggs; one daughter, Melody Davis and husband Nick of Okay; 9 grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren; three sisters, Rose Starr and husband Wayne of Wagoner, Beatrice Bolinger and husband Bo of Muskogee, Maxine Guinn of Stigler; one brother, Willard Timmons of Stigler. He is preceded in death by his parents, Willard and Vesta Timmons; one brother, Ray Timmons; two sisters, Jean Davis and Oda Mae Timmons. Graveside services will be 1:00 P.M. Friday, March 1, 2024 at Tamaha Cemetery with Pastor Jack Sloan officiating. Pallbearers will be Roy Timmons Jr., Royce Timmons, Bradley Timmons, Bo Bollinger, Keith Bolinger, Wayne Starr. Burial will follow under the direction of King \u0026amp; Shearwood Funeral Home of Stigler."

View Obituary

forward-arrow-icon

Bernie (Bud) William Eidson Jr.

Mar 06, 1950 - Feb 05, 2024

location-icon

Muskogee, OK

Bernie (Bud) William Eidson Jr., age 73, died on February 5, 2024, in Muskogee, Oklahoma.Bernie was born on March 6, 1950, in El Dorado, KS, the son of Bernie William Eidson Sr. and Betty Mae (Baum) Mealor.At 18 years old, he joined the Army, serving in the Vietnam War; once he returned home, he married Janice May Fairchild in El Dorado on August 16, 1971. They later divorced. He has two sons, Albert and Donovan. He worked for Willbros Pipeline, drove for ABF, and had his own Stone Masonry business that he did on the side. Bernie enjoyed going to auctions, hunting, and fishing and was a collector of Hot Wheel cars. His collection was over 7,500. He was a big sports fan, especially football and baseball, and liked playing golf.He is survived by his sons, Albert William (Shannon) Checotah, Oklahoma, and Donovon Wade (Angie) Lufkin, Texas; and his brother, Ralph Mealor Jr. El Dorado.; Sisters Sharon (Robert) Kelsey of Wamego and Teresa (Steve) Booth of El Dorado. Grandchildren: Kash, Cameron (Rae), Tyler, Amber, and Autumn. Great-grandchildren, Sebastian, Maverick, Spencer, Ellie, Carley, Kenna, Lily, and Charlotte, and several nieces and nephews, and finally his dog, Sissy.He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers David, Claude, and Clyde, and sisters Helen Haworth, Mildred Hensman, Opal Foster, and Wilma Butler.A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2024, at 11:00 a.m. at Campanella & Stewart Funeral Home of Wamego. A visitation will occur from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. at Campanella & Stewart Funeral Home of Wamego. Memorial contributions are to be determined later and can be left in the care of Campanella & Stewart Funeral Home of Wamego, PO Box 48, Wamego, KS 66547.

View Obituary

forward-arrow-icon

Thomas C. "Big Tom" Miller

Aug 17, 1961 - Feb 22, 2024

location-icon

Muskogee, OK

"Thomas C. \u0026quot;Big Tom\u0026quot; Miller, 62 of Stigler died Thursday, February 22, 2024 in Muskogee. He was born August 17, 1961 in Anchorage, Alaska to Dorothy Miller. Tom spent his early life in Sacramento, California where he was a standout offensive and defensive lineman at Norte Del Rio High School. He moved to Lequire Oklahoma in the late nineteen seventies where he finished his high school education at Kinta. He lettered in baseball and basketball at Kinta. He graduated from Kinta in 1980. He decided he wanted to play football again and even though Kinta did not have a team and he had not played in several years he decided to walk on at NEO in Miami. There he became a 2 - year starter and earned Juco All American honors. He also received an associates degree from NEO. He ended his playing career as member of the 2002 Stigler Panthers semi-pro football team. He entered the work force working various jobs until he began his career Wal Mart and was a 31 ½ year associate and a fixture at the Stigler Walmart. He was a lover of Rock music and was a yearly attendee at Rocklahoma. He was an avid sports fan. He Loved the Minnesota Vikings, the Minnesota Golden Gophers and the Minnesota North Stars, but nothing could hold a candle to the Boston Celtics, professional wrestling and any sport his beloved Oklahoma Sooners playing. His true passion was the youth in Stigler and surrounding communities. Whether it was coaching football, baseball, basketball or t-ball or dressing up like Santa or the Easter Bunny for pictures at Wal Mart. He just wanted to help the youth in the community. His greatest accomplishment in his view would have been the coaching and mentoring of our community’s youth. He is survived by two brothers, Robert Miller and wife Kimi of Placerville, CA, Tim Miller and wife Michelle of Amarillo, TX; one sister, Twiyla Lambson and husband Mike of Muskogee; his nieces and nephews, Kai Miller, Josiah Miller, Noel Miller, Ashlyn Jade Miller. He is preceded in death by his mother, Dorothy Miller; one brother, Don Jones; one nephew, Dyllon Miller. Funeral services will be 2:00 P.M. Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at The Well with Pastor Daniel Smith officiating. Pallbearers will be Darren Bailey, Wes Weaver, Thomas Truax, Joe Clay, John Henry Parsons, Jason Bonham, Joseph Smith. Honorary pallbearers include Tyrone Spears and his fellow coaches and players with the Stigler Lil\u0027 Panthers and Stigler Twisters."

View Obituary

forward-arrow-icon
The Obituary App - Logo

Copyright © 2023 - The Obituary App