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Jean Seitter

Oct 09, 1933 - Nov 29, 2023

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Hinton, OK

Jean Louise (Lung) Seitter Jean Louise (Lung) Seitter was born October 9, 1933, to Donald Emile and Iva Ruby (Smith) Lung in Arapaho, OK on the farm north of town. She passed away November 29, 2023, at home surrounded by family at the age of 90. Jean went to Oakwood schools and graduated in 1952. After graduation she went to Enid St. Mary's Hospital to nurses training and was pinned with her RN cap and pin in 1955 after which she moved to Watonga and began working at the hospital. She was united...Read More

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Cody Ryman Herrmann

May 03, 1984 - Feb 01, 2024

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Hinton, OK

Cody Ryman Herrmann was born on May 3, 1984 in Pleasant View, CO to Arlynn Royce and Roxanna Louise (Baskett) Herrmann. He went to heaven on February 1, 2024 after a car accident. Ryman was 39 years of age. He attended Pleasant View Elementary School and Montezuma Cortez High School in Colorado. Ryman began his career working as a horseman on a working cattle ranch in Colorado. He moved his family to Vici, Oklahoma in 2006 and later to Gracemont, OK where he worked as a horseman and farm worker. Ryman was a mechanical genius. He was currently employed as a ST-80 mechanic for Cactus Drillers, troubleshooting all the rigs in Oklahoma and Texas. Ryman was an unrivaled gun collector, loved shooting guns, was an avid outdoorsman and horseman. He was a member of the Lost Cowboy Church in Gracemont, OK. Ryman has 2 sons, Canyon and Paden, who are his main love in life. Ryman was a great man who was loved by everyone who knew him. He will be greatly missed. Survivors Include: his sons, Canyon Herrmann and Paden Herrmann both of Ft. Cobb, OK, his father, Royce Herrmann of Pleasant View, CO, his mother, Roxanna Herrmann of Vici, OK, his siblings, Rustin Herrmann of Gracemont, OK, Renessa Moss and husband Todd of Vici, OK, Keressa Arguello and husband Jared of Vici, OK, Ryler Bohall and husband River of Henryetta, OK, and Chelsey Sanchez and husband Chris of Durango, Co, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews other relatives and friends. Ryman was preceded in death by his grandparents, Bobby Herrmann, Della Jean Herrmann, Charles Baskett, and Lorene Baskett, his baby brother, Raulan Ridge Herrmann, his aunt, Ronda JoAnn Baskett, and his uncle, Tony Herrmann. A fund has been set up at Legacy Bank, please make any donations to Ryman Herrmann Tragedy Fund C/O Legacy Bank, 225 W. Main, Binger, OK 73009 Viewing: Binger Turner Funeral Home, 9:00 am to 9 pm, Monday – Wednesday, Binger, OK Services: The Lost Cowboy Church, Thursday, 10:00 AM, February 8, 2024, Gracemont, OK Officiating: Pastor Billy Harmon Burial: Cahone Cemetery, Cahone, CO, at a later date Services entrusted to Turner Funeral Home, Hinton, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent to the family at turnerfuneralhomes@gmail.com, turnerfh.net, or you can find us on facebook.com (Turner Funeral Homes.) To to the family or in memory of Ryman Herrmann, please

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Cody Ryman Herrmann

May 03, 1984 - Feb 01, 2024

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Hinton, OK

Cody Ryman Herrmann was born on May 3, 1984 in Pleasant View, CO to Arlynn Royce and Roxanna Louise (Baskett) Herrmann. He went to heaven on February 1, 2024 after a car accident. Ryman was 39 years of age. He attended Pleasant View Elementary School and Montezuma Cortez High School in Colorado. Ryman began his career working as a horseman on a working cattle ranch in Colorado. He moved his family to Vici, Oklahoma in 2006 and later to Gracemont, OK where he worked as a horseman and farm worker. Ryman was a mechanical genius. He was currently employed as a ST-80 mechanic for Cactus Drillers, troubleshooting all the rigs in Oklahoma and Texas. Ryman was an unrivaled gun collector, loved shooting guns, was an avid outdoorsman and horseman. He was a member of the Lost Cowboy Church in Gracemont, OK. Ryman has 2 sons, Canyon and Paden, who are his main love in life. Ryman was a great man who was loved by everyone who knew him. He will be greatly missed. Survivors Include: his sons, Canyon Herrmann and Paden Herrmann both of Ft. Cobb, OK, his father, Royce Herrmann of Pleasant View, CO, his mother, Roxanna Herrmann of Vici, OK, his siblings, Rustin Herrmann of Gracemont, OK, Renessa Moss and husband Todd of Vici, OK, Keressa Arguello and husband Jared of Vici, OK, Ryler Bohall and husband River of Henryetta, OK, and Chelsey Sanchez and husband Chris of Durango, Co, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews other relatives and friends. Ryman was preceded in death by his grandparents, Bobby Herrmann, Della Jean Herrmann, Charles Baskett, and Lorene Baskett, his baby brother, Raulan Ridge Herrmann, his aunt, Ronda JoAnn Baskett, and his uncle, Tony Herrmann. A fund has been set up at Legacy Bank, please make any donations to Ryman Herrmann Tragedy Fund C/O Legacy Bank, 225 W. Main, Binger, OK 73009 Viewing: Binger Turner Funeral Home, 9:00 am to 9 pm, Monday – Wednesday, Binger, OK Services: The Lost Cowboy Church, Thursday, 10:00 AM, February 8, 2024, Gracemont, OK Officiating: Pastor Billy Harmon Burial: Cahone Cemetery, Cahone, CO, at a later date Services entrusted to Turner Funeral Home, Hinton, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent to the family at turnerfuneralhomes@gmail.com, turnerfh.net, or you can find us on facebook.com (Turner Funeral Homes.) To to the family or in memory of Cody Ryman Herrmann, please

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Johnny DeWayne Recker

Feb 05, 1949 - Jan 29, 2024

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Hinton, OK

On January 29th, 2024 Johnny Recker left us for his heavenly home just short of his 75th Birthday. Johnny was born to Wayne and Claytie Recker on February 5, 1949 in Carnegie during a snow storm. He farmed the farm he grew up on all his life. As a young man he enlisted in the Army National Guard. He also was a EMT and was a firefighter for the Alfalfa Fire Department for many years and retired from there. He married Lanell on the farm and they raised their children there. He was a man of many talents and built his own home. He often helped anyone in the community that needed it. Johnny opened his home to many over the years and was able to help most of them finish school. He loved fishing and driving his boat. If any of his boys were out of line he would come to his daughter in laws rescue. If any of his boys tore up equipment he’d teach them a lesson from it. If the girls tore something up he’d fix it and move on or make the boys fix it. His grandkids were his pride and joy until the great grand kids came and took their place. His family was the most important thing to him. Johnny is survived by his brother Donnie Recker and wife Margaret, his son Jonathan Recker and wife Alisha of Sickles, James Skaggs and wife Jeannie of Fort Cobb, Cassandra Short and husband Justin of Garver. His bonus children Amanda “Mandy” Skaggs, Mark Bell, and Delta Garrett, his grandchildren Brittany, Bradley, and Dustee Recker, Karlee Duke and husband Bobby, Delong Eyster and husband David, James Kionute Skaggs, Jessenia and Harley Skaggs, Valoncia, Zianne, and Kason Skaggs, Jadezia Marquette, Haley Weller and husband Andrew, Courtney Griffith, Ryan and Kaden Lee, and Haley Lawerence. Great grandchildren Braxton and Karter Duke, Adelya Eyster, Andrea, Jennifer, and Maddie Weller, and Cambree Griffith. Many nieces, nephews, and extended family. Johnny was preceded in death by his parents William “Wayne” and Claytie Recker, his wife Lanell Recker, son in law Rodney Marquette, and grandson Dakota. Services: Eakly Community Building, Friday, 10:00 AM, February 2, 2024, Eakly, OK Officiating: Rev. Ray Weathers and Rev. Javan Shaw Services under the direction of Turner Funeral Home, Binger, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent to the family at turnerfuneralhomes@gmail.com, or you can find us on facebook.com (Turner Funeral Homes). To to the family or in memory of Johnny DeWayne Recker, please

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Jason Kyle Ring

Jun 21, 1981 - Jan 10, 2024

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Hinton, OK

On Wednesday January 10, 2024 Jason Kyle Ring became absent from his body to be present with the Lord. Jason was born in Yukon, Oklahoma on June 21 1981 with a heart of gold, a high-five for everyone he met, and an ornery streak! He grew up primarily in Cedar Lake and attended Hinton schools where he played football, sang some amazing solos in vocal, and became a household name as Ringo. He graduated from Hinton High School in 1999. He later settled in Noble, near Norman, Oklahoma where he co-owned School House Cycles, nurturing his passion for motorbikes and generally having too much fun. By plane, train, automobile (but preferably by motorcycle), his travels took him throughout the country and overseas. He made friends easily wherever he went, from bike trips to Colorado to country pubs in England, he knew how to leave an impression, and that’s no lie! It often seemed that he had nine lives, surviving falls from big trees, slicing his fingers off in wood shop, fights with barbed wire fences, and losing his leg in a motorbike accident to name a few. His big old heart made up for any missing parts and Jason was known for his soft spot for those in need or the down and out. Whether he had a nickel or thousands to his name, he would give anyone the shirt off his back. Though some might say he was generous to a fault, we know for certain that he would want to be remembered for his generosity than for putting himself first, which he rarely did. He will be sorely missed and is survived by his mother Carolyn Ring, his sister Melissa Bockelmann, his nieces Emily Clouse, Sarah Porter and Eva Bockelmann, aunts Shirley Reed, Charlotte Long, and Peggy Bailey, uncle Robert Kessler as well as many other cousins, relatives and lifelong friends. Jason is reunited in heaven with his father, James Ring, his sister Christy Fromm, his grandparents Robert and Imogene Kessler and Henry and Gayle Hazel Ring, uncles Duane Kessler, Michael Ring and David Ring. A Memorial and Celebration of Life service will be held at The Hot Spot on Saturday January 20th from 1:00 PM-3:00 PM, in Hinton, Oklahoma. To to the family or in memory of Jason Kyle Ring, please

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Edwin Rudolph Opitz

Dec 12, 1935 - Jan 13, 2024

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Hinton, OK

Edwin Rudolph Opitz was born December 12, 1935 to Rudolph Max and Dora Sophia (Constien) Opitz in Hinton, OK. He passed away Saturday, January 13, 2024 at his home in Hinton at the age of 88. Edwin graduated from Hinton High School. He has lived in the Hinton area his whole life where he has farmed and ranched. He and Carolyn Sue Graham were united in marriage and were confirmed at the Saint John Lutheran Church in Hinton. Edwin enjoyed farming and raising cattle. He also enjoyed raising bison and water buffalo, working, taking family and friends mushroom hunting, and most of all he enjoyed his grandkids. He was always the teacher. Cattle, plants, trees, or anything related to farming and ranching. His favorite times were family gatherings because he could get convenient labor; he had a chore for everyone that walked in the door. After the chores, he loved playing Rook with his family and also his many friends. Edwin would always ask about his kids’ spouses. He was a Board member of the North Caddo Conservation District and the North Caddo Coop. The family would like to say a special thank you to Russell-Murray Hospice and all the caregivers that had a part in helping Edwin. He was preceded in death by his parents, Rudolph and Dora Opitz, wife Carolyn Sue Opitz, son, Bobby Opitz and his wife Shari, and siblings, Alfred and George Opitz, Dorothy Collier, and Eunice Hunter. 3 children: Calvin Opitz and wife Leslie, Alesia (Lisa) Belter and husband Mike, and Deanna Barger and husband Wayne all of Lookeba; grandchildren, Trenton Opitz, Danny Opitz and wife Kary, Nathan Opitz and wife Tizena, Cory Belter and wife Dacia, Justin Barger and wife NaCole, Jessy Barger and wife Nicole, Erick Winegeart and wife Jessica, Tyler Winegeart and wife Gabrielle, Jahree Edwards and husband Dallas, Kayla Anderson and husband Brad, and Candace Smith and husband Donny; numerous great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren; one sister, Agnes Stehr of Weatherford, OK; and numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends. Service: First Baptist Church, Thursday, 2:00 pm, January 18, 2024, Hinton, OK Officiating: Rev. Orval Peters Burial: Hinton Cemetery, Hinton, OK services entrusted to Turner Funeral Home, Hinton, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent to the family at turnerfuneralhomes@gmail.com, turnerfh.net, or you can find us on facebook.com (Turner Funeral Homes). To to the family or in memory of Edwin Rudolph Opitz, please

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Weslann Lee Nickels

Born : Jan 03, 2024

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Hinton, OK

Weslann Lee Nickels was born on Wednesday, January 3, 2024 in Oklahoma City, OK to Laken and Trey Nickels, surrounded by their loving families. Survivors include her parents, Laken & Trey Nickels of Hinton, OK; her big sister, Raylann Rose Nickels of Hinton, OK; her grandparents, Rosalee & Jeff Wiedemann of Hinton, OK, Michael & Shanna Money of Madisonville, LA and Kim & Dewayne Kress of Doyle, TN; her great grandparents, Rosella Dye of Hinton, OK, Sandra & Johnny Money of Ferriday, LA, Dale Nickels of Weatherford, OK, Lorraine Stokes and Marshal Smith of Crossville, TN, and Donna and Dutch Dunn of Mustang, OK; her aunts and uncles, Blake Money of Hinton, OK, Jalen & Dasen Wiedemann of Hinton, OK, Zachary & Caroline Money of Madisonville, LA, Dustin Kress of Doyle, TN and Sabrina Pekarz & Rich of Tennessee; as well as a multitude of other loving relatives and friends. Weslann was preceded in death by her great grandpa, Kenneth Dye of Hinton, OK, and her great grandpa, Paul Wiedemann of Mustang, OK. Private services will be held at a later date. Services entrusted to Turner Funeral Home, Geary, OK. Condolences may be sent to the family at turnerfuneralhomes@gmail.com, turnerfh.net, or you can find us on facebook.com (Turner Funeral Homes). To to the family, please

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Jennifer Goodin

Feb 28, 1957 - Dec 08, 2023

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Hinton, OK

Jennifer Thelma Goodin, born in Hollywood, CA February 28, 1957 to parents Wanda Gilchrist and Norman Rogers Grist Jr, passed peacefully on December 8, 2023 in Tulsa, OK at the age of 66. Jennifer devoted her life to taking care of her children and will be missed by all who knew her. She is preceded in death by her parents and eldest son, Seth Bryan Goodin. Jennifer is survived by her ex-husband Shawn Goodin of Charlotte, NC, twins Samuel Goodin and Suzanna McKissor, grandchildren Austin, Skailar and Alison De'Arman of Tulsa, OK. Jennifer is also survived by her half siblings, Madelyn, Evelyn, Edward and Norman, all of New Jersey, as well as many other relatives and friends. Graveside Services: Bethel Cemetery, Friday, 1:00 PM, December 15, 2023, Hydro, OK Officiating: Rev. Charles King Services under the direction of Turner Funeral Home, Hinton, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent to the family at turnerfuneralhomes@gmail. com, or you can find us on facebook. com (Turner Funeral Homes). To to the family, please

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Jean Seitter

Oct 09, 1933 - Nov 29, 2023

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Hinton, OK

Jean Louise (Lung) Seitter Jean Louise (Lung) Seitter was born October 9, 1933, to Donald Emile and Iva Ruby (Smith) Lung in Arapaho, OK on the farm north of town. She passed away November 29, 2023, at home surrounded by family at the age of 90. Jean went to Oakwood schools and graduated in 1952. After graduation she went to Enid St. Mary's Hospital to nurses training and was pinned with her RN cap and pin in 1955 after which she moved to Watonga and began working at the hospital. She was united in marriage to William Jasper (Bill) Seitter February 22, 1958, at Jean's parents' home in Oakwood, OK. She worked in all areas of health care during her nursing career. After retiring from nursing, Jean volunteered as a reading coach at the Geary Public Schools. She continued this until age and medical conditions between her and Bill became too much. Family was very important to Jean. She was a member of the Greenfield Baptist Church and attended regularly. She was preceded in death by her husband of 65 years William Jasper (Bill) Seitter, parents, Donald Emile and Iva Ruby Lung, Chris Seitter, and Luella and George Strong, brother-in-law Dick Seitter, brother-in-law, Lee Underwood, two sisters-in-law, Ellen Lung and Doris Seitter, and Aunt Madeline Keathly. Survivors include, her three children, Cheryl Diane McCrite and husband Mickey of Weatherford, Bill Seitter and wife Lisa of Watonga, and Mary McDugle and husband Kevin of Broken Arrow, OK; grandchildren, Sarah Hill of Greenfield, Rhett Hill and wife Chelse of Clinton, Koby Anderson and husband Eric of Norman, Lane Hicks and Tucker Hicks both of Geary; great grandchildren, Megan Luke and husband Billy of Duncan, Madeline Williams of Clinton, Marli Hill, Ryan Hill, Acre Foley, and Addison Foley all of Clinton, and Grayson and Rayden Anderson of Norman; great-great grandchildren, Ava and Billy Wallace Luke III of Duncan; and her sister Donna Underwood of Missouri; her brother Kenneth Lung and wife Cora of Missouri; her brother Curtis Lung of Kansas; and many other nieces and nephews; relatives and friends. Donations may be made in Jean's name to: Greenfield Baptist Church, 201 N 4th St, Greenfield, OK 73043 Service: Greenfield Baptist Church, Tuesday, 10:30 AM, December 5, 2023, Greenfield, OK Officiating: Rev. Charlie Sapington Burial: Geary Cemetery, Geary, OK services entrusted to Turner Funeral Home, Geary, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent to the family at turnerfuneralhomes@gmail. com, turnerfh. net, or you can find us on facebook. com (Turner Funeral Homes). To to the family, please

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Lee Thiessen

Nov 28, 1928 - Oct 30, 2023

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Hinton, OK

Lee Kermit Thiessen was born November 28, 1928, to Bernhard and Susanna (Peters) Thiessen between Hinton and Hydro on their homeplace. Lee passed away Monday, October 30, 2023, at his home on that same farm. He attended Mound School District 150 and then attended Hinton High School. He was active in FFA and even drove a homemade school bus from the Bethel community to Hinton every day. He graduated in the class of 1946. And farmed with his Dad and his brother Floyd for a few years before serving his country in the U. S. Army. He served in the Korean Conflict in the artillery division. Upon returning home to Caddo County Lee met Cleta Murphy. The two dated for a time before getting married on August 21, 1955, at the First Christian Church in Hinton. Lee worked in the rock quarry that his father owned and operated. Lee began his farming career in these years. He farmed wheat and cotton and later raised cattle. He and Cleta helped many people over the years who had fallen on hard times. In his retired years he meticulously kept his yard and grew his garden. He was always a good steward of the land that had been entrusted to him. He loved reading his Bible and spent each morning walking his home praying for his family members. Lee attended the Mt. Zion Pentecostal Church. Lee is survived by his 4 children; Anita Lutz and husband Rick of Hydro, OK, Ben Thiessen and wife Tarissa of Hydro, OK, Mark Thiessen and wife Rhonda of Mustang, OK and Joseph Thiessen of Oklahoma City, OK, 7 grandchildren; Ryan Lutz an wife Erin of Edmond, OK, Eric Lutz of Oklahoma City, OK, Katie Braziel and husband Jeremy of Hydro, OK, Karissa Huddleston of Weatherford, OK, Joshua Davenport and wife Samantha of Mustang, OK, Andrew Thiessen of Mustang, OK, and Emily Harmon and husband Zachary of Oklahoma City, OK, 6 great-grandchildren; Hannah and Henry Lutz, Maddie and Gracie Braziel, Ollivander Davenport, Gideon Harmon and one brother; Floyd Thiessen and wife Kay of Dallas, TX. He was preceded in death his parents, Bernhard and Susie Thiessen, wife Cleta Thiessen, grandson, Joseph Lutz and siblings, Thelma Flaningin and Loretta Winn. Memorial Donations: First Stone Ministries, PO BOX 76476, OKC, OK 73147, www. firststone. org Services: 2PM, Friday, November 3, 2023, First United Methodist Church, Hinton, OK Officiating: Rev. Gary Haynes and Mr. David Meador Burial: Bethel Mennonite Cemetery, Hydro, OK, Services under the direction of Turner Funeral Home, Hinton, Oklahoma. Condolences may be sent to the family at turnerfuneralhomes@gmail. com, or you can find us on facebook. com (Turner Funeral Homes). To to the family, please

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Charles Graves

May 20, 1942 - Oct 30, 2023

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Hinton, OK

Charles Henry Graves was born May 20, 1942 in Muskogee, OK. He graduated from Roosevelt High School and then he enlisted in the U. S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. After his time in service he worked for Allied Telephone Co. in Roosevelt, OK. In 1974 he started his dairy in Cement, OK. Henry ran the dairy until 1981. Henry married Deloris Reynolds on October 27, 2008 in Wheeler, TX. He went to work as a owner/operator truck driver until 2013. He farmed during these years as well. He was a hard worker until his accident in 2013. Henry loved restoring old cars, loved driving his truck and tractor, and loved his cows. He loved telling stories, loved his country and enjoyed RVing. He was a member of the Colony Church of Christ. Henry is survived by his wife Deloris of the home near Hydro, OK, 2 children, Brenda Ortiz and Edwin of Lawton, OK, and Deano Wright and Rae of Hydro, OK, 3 grandchildren, Laramie Clark and Matt of Weatherford, OK, Laney Wright of Stillwater, OK and Christopher Durham of Broken Arrow, OK, and 5 great-grandchildren, Mia, Ella, and Tatum and Lux and Wonder Clark as well as many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Henry was preceded in death by his parents Pete and Vera Graves, daughter, Vicki Jane Graves, siblings, Johnny Sparks, Ray Sparks, Delores Shrum, Wanda Pigg and Amelia Osmus, nephews, Gary Don Pigg, Mark Turner, and Brian Sparks. Services: 3PM, Friday, November 3, 2023, Church of Christ, Colony, OK Burial: Eakly Cemetery, Eakly, OK Services are under the direction of Turner Funeral Home, Hinton, OK To to the family, please

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