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Jerry Taylor

Apr 19, 1954 - Dec 01, 2023

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Tulsa, OK

Mr. Jerry Allen Taylor was born April 19, 1954 to Floyd Sr. and Ruth Taylor in Sand Springs, OK. The Taylor family moved to Tulsa and Jerry graduated from Booker T. Washington High School. Jerry loved playing tennis. While at Booker T. , Jerry won many tennis championships. Jerry's championship picture for many years was on the Champions' Wall at Booker T. He tried to teach his wife Carolyn, and daughters tennis but we were no Serena Williams, Jerry's favorite teams were the University of Oklaho...Read More

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Donna Lee Corbin

Nov 06, 1948 - Mar 01, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

Donna Lee Corbin passed from this life on Friday March 1, 2024 in Tulsa, Ok at the age of 75 years. To to the family or in memory of Donna Lee Corbin, please

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Byron Workman

Jan 15, 1950 - Jul 20, 2021

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Tulsa, OK

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Rima Dianne Gaithe

Aug 28, 1987 - Feb 21, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

"Rima Dianne Gaithe passed from this earth on February 21, 2024, unexpectedly at home in Tulsa Oklahoma at the age of 36. Rima was a free spirit, her zest for life was contagious to all who crossed her path. Her vibrant energy was tangible, and her laughter echoed with the joy of someone who cherished every moment. Whether it was dancing a version of flamenco under the stars, embarking on spontaneous adventures, or simply sharing stories with friends. Rima’s spirit knew no bounds. She’s preceded in death by her brother Steven West and her father Gaston Douglas Gaithe. Rima is survived by her mother Nancy Fergot (Elder), her siblings: Shawn Gotcher, Carmen DeTurk (Gotcher), Gaston A Gaithe and Summer Gaithe (Aqrabawi) and many other loved ones. Rima loved with all she had to give. She leaves behind a community of friends and loved ones who will forever cherish her memory. Rima’s legacy lives on in the countless lives she touched and the hearts she impacted. All who knew and loved her are welcome to share in honoring her remarkable journey."

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Jackie Kay Starr (Kelly)

Aug 05, 1953 - Feb 21, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

"Jackie Kay Starr (Kelly), born on August 5, 1953, in Fort Worth, Texas, passed away on February 21, 2024, at the age of 70 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was a beloved mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. Jackie, known for her loving and caring nature, was sometimes a bit stubborn but always had a heart full of love for her family. She adored her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. She found joy in listening to Elvis Presley\u0027s music and watching Jeopardy. Jackie\u0027s talent for baking was evident in the delicious fudge she made, which will be remembered by all who had the pleasure of tasting it. In her career, Jackie dedicated herself to the Corps of Engineers, showcasing her commitment to service and excellence in her work. She is survived by her daughter Natalie Wilfong, her grandchildren Jacquelyn Hayes and Kelly Carpenter, and her great-grandchildren Oliver Allen, Dayton Allen, and Lakelynn Allen. Jackie was preceded in death by her father Jack Kelly, mother Irene Gay, first husband Norely Wilfong, and second husband Robert Starr. A ceremony to honor Jackie\u0027s life will be held at Battlecreek Church on March 9, 2024. Serenity Funeral Home in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is assisting the family with the funeral arrangements. Jackie Kay Starr will be deeply missed by all who knew her, but her memory will live on in the hearts of those she loved and who loved her."

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Lenin Alexis Monasterio

Jun 02, 1949 - Feb 22, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

"With profound sorrow, we announce the peaceful passing of Lenin Alexis Monasterio from El Tigre, Venezuela, who departed surrounded by his loving family on Thursday, February 22nd, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at the age of 74. Born on June 2nd, 1949, in El Tigre, Venezuela, Lenin was renowned in Valencia as a car salesman, entrepreneur, and businessman. He was also a dedicated Judoka, and this was a significant part of his life where he formed long lasting friendships and nurtured international athletes. He brought joy to every gathering with his cuatro, singing Venezuelan songs and spreading happiness to all who surrounded him. He leaves behind an enduring legacy of love and cherished memories. Lenin is survived by his sons and daughter Natalia, Alexis J, Alexis R, Lenin, Javier, and Jose R, as well as his adored grandsons and granddaughters Natasha, Antonella, Alexis E, Adrian, Leonardo, Sebastian, and Sofia. A celebration of his remarkable life will be held in March to honor the profound impact he had on those around him. Though he may have departed, his spirit will forever reside in the hearts of all who were fortunate enough to know him. Con profundo pesar, anunciamos la partida física de Lenin Alexis Monasterio, oriundo de El Tigre, Venezuela, quien partió rodeado por su amada familia el Jueves 22 de Febrero en Tulsa, Oklahoma, a la edad de 74 años. Nacido el 2 de Junio de 1949 en El Tigre, Venezuela, Lenin era reconocido en Valencia como vendedor de autos, emprendedor y hombre de negocios. También fue un dedicado Judoka, y esta fue una parte significativa de su vida donde formó muchas amistades e incluso formó atletas a nivel internacional. Llevaba alegría a cada reunión con su cuatro, cantando canciones venezolanas y difundiendo felicidad a todos los que lo rodeaban. Lenin deja un legado perdurable de amor y recuerdos entrañables. Lenin es deja a sus hijos e hija Natalia, Alexis J, Alexis R, Lenin, Javier y Jose R, así como por sus adorados nietos y nietas Natasha, Antonella, Alexis E, Adrian, Leonardo, Sebastian y Sofia. Se llevará a cabo una celebración de su vida notable en Marzo para honrar el profundo impacto que tuvo en quienes lo rodeaban. Aunque haya partido, su espíritu residirá por siempre en los corazones de todos los que tuvieron la fortuna de conocerlo."

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Marilyn Juanita Curry

Feb 06, 1926 - Feb 28, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

Marilyn Juanita Curry, age 98, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at her residence. She was born on February 6, 1926 in Bemis, Tennessee to Frank and Mary Lee Wise (McKenzie). Marilyn was known as a sweet, caring lady, and always properly dressed, whether in a formal setting or camping with her family. She lived in Tennessee until she moved with her family to Sand Springs, Oklahoma when she was 14. She was a graduate of Sand Springs High School, now known as Charles Page High School. Marilyn was a member of Broadway Baptist Church in Sand Springs until later in life when she joined Southern Hills Baptist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her faith was the cornerstone of her life. She taught second grade Sunday school for more than 20 years and was always very active in her church. Marilyn married Milton Kitchens, Sr. and they were married for 42 years. Later she was married to Johnny Rauser of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Following his death, she met and married the love of her life, Richard Curry of Tulsa. Marilyn was preceded in death by her parents, Frank and Mary Lee Wise, her brothers, Frank Wise and Allen Wise, her husbands, Milton Kitchens, Sr., Johnny Rauser, and Richard Curry, and her son Milton Kitchens, Jr. She is survived by her sister, Frances Cabioc of Sand Springs, her son and his wife, John Stanley and Edie Kitchens of Jenks, Oklahoma, one niece, Kara Hendricks of Sand Springs, and one nephew and his wife, Steve and Linda Wise of Richardson, Texas, four grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 6, 2024 at Stanleys Funeral Service, 3539 East 31st Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74135. Internment will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery, 5111 S. Memorial Drive, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Lunch will be served at the home of Stan and Edie Kitchens following the service and internment. To send a flower arrangement or to plant trees in memory of , please .

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Linda Sue Bankston

Jul 29, 1941 - Feb 29, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

Linda Sue Bankston of Tulsa, Oklahoma, peacefully passed away on Thursday, February 29, 2024, at the age of 82. She was born on Tuesday, July 29, 1941, to Jewell “JL” and Jewel (Bratton) Herndon in Tulsa. Linda grew up in Tulsa and graduated from Edison High School in 1960. She moved to the Dallas area with her sister and mother soon after, worked for Texas Instruments, and attended Southwestern Assemblies of God University, in Waxahachie, TX. This is where Linda met the love of her life, Alvin W. Bankston. They were soon married on April 24, 1964, in Oklahoma City where her brother pastor Russell Herndon presided the wedding. The couple moved to Enid, Oklahoma where they lived for over 35 years. Upon the passing of her husband in 1998, she moved to Broken Arrow, OK to live near her son Kirt; and eventually finished her years living in Tulsa with her son.Linda, in her life in Enid, was always seen out with her husband around town, restaurants, and daily activities. She always enjoyed sitting on her front porch while her husband read books. She enjoyed day trips to Oklahoma City, and weekend trips to visit family in Tulsa area and Fort Smith, Ark. She was well known by her son’s closest friends from grade school to graduation. Later in life when living in Tulsa, she looked forward to weekends spent with her son and family, and all his dogs over the years. Many things brought joy to her, she loved being outdoors and all the species of trees, seeing mountains and forests, sightseeing, watching nature, birds and backyard critters, taking long drives, and short weekender trips to see the sights. She especially loved ice cream and dessert on a regular basis. She also enjoyed gospel songs and hymnal music, reading her Bible, and quoting scripture. She loved Jesus.Linda was preceded in death by her parents Jewell and Jewel (Bratton) Herndon, husband Alvin W. Bankston, daughters Dacia Marie and Toni Danae, sisters Marie Urban, June Pickering, Christy Westbrook, and brothers Russell Herndon and Billy Herndon; and recently sister-in-law Joy Hachtmeyer, Thelma Herndon, and Tona Herndon. She is lovingly survived by her son, Kirt W. Bankston, of Tulsa; sister Cheryl Venable and her husband Jerrel Venable; brother-in-law Mel Westbrook; sister-in-law Karen Gorman; brother-in-laws Joey Patrick Bankston, Tim Bankston, Charles Hachtmeyer, and Jeff Gorman; Linda had the love and admiration of numerous nieces and nephews from the Herndon and Bankston families, and many others over a lifetime of acquaintances and friends.Viewing will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 5, 2024, at Garrett Funeral Home Broken Arrow. Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 6, 2024, in the Chapel of Garrett Funeral Home Broken Arrow. Burial will follow at Park Grove Cemetery for family and close family friends.You may share online condolences with Linda’s family @ www.garrettsfuneralhome.com. The family of Linda Sue Bankston entrusted her care, services, and burial to John & Kim Garrett & dedicated staff of Garrett Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 222 West Broadway Avenue, Broken Arrow, OK 74012, (918) 251-6464.

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Gertie Jane Elvira Chisum Smith-Shaw

Nov 10, 1933 - Mar 01, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

Gertie Jane Elvira Chisum Smith-Shaw was born November 10, 1933 and passed from this life March 1, 2024 after a brief illness at 90 years old. She was born in Sugar Holler, Oklahoma. A small community, nestled in the hills between Muskogee and Braggs, Oklahoma. Now part of Camp Gruber, Army National Guard Training Center. Gertie, was born the third of seven children, to Albert and Carolina Chisum. All of whom proceed her in death except, one brother, Albert Chisum of Beggs Oklahoma. May 31, 1952, Gertie married the love of her life Homer Smith. Together, they had four children, Beverly DeRooy of Silvana Washington. Kay Brashear of Mannford, Oklahoma. Homer Smith, of Sand Springs, Oklahoma, and Terry Moening of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Six grand children, Tina & Daniel Brashear, Phillip Childs, Jason Creel, Homer Smith, and Derek DeRooy. 14 great grand children and 5 great great grand children and a numerous amount of nieces, nephews and extended family. Viewing will be held at Mobley-Groesbeck Funeral Service on Tuesday March 5, 2024 between the hours of 1 and 8 pm. Funeral service will be at the funeral home on Wednesday March 6, 2024 at 11 am, with Reverend Ken Horn officiating. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of , please .

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Barbara Ann Strobel

Aug 04, 1935 - Feb 18, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

Barbara Ann Strobel, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, left this earth peacefully after a short illness at age 88 on February 18, 2024. She will be greatly missed but is now in heaven. Barbara was born to Euphemia and Arthur Cocklin on August 4, 1935, in Massillon, Ohio. She married Jack Strobel on August 23, 1952. They made their home in Massillon, Ohio, and then Tulsa, Oklahoma, when Jack's job was transferred to Tulsa in 1971. Her most treasured role in life was being a loving, supporting mother and grandmother. She cherished God's word, church, and serving her family. She was an excellent cook, loved football and crossword puzzles, quilting, and had a great sense of humor. After her children were older, she managed Trippets Shoe Store in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Barbara was preceded in death by her parents: Euphemia and Arthur Cocklin; her brothers: Virgil Cocklin, Ronald Cocklin, Richard Cocklin; her sisters: Doris Hauger, Peg Rearick: her oldest son: Kirk Strobel, and her grandson: Jack Strobel III. She leaves to cherish her memory her sons: Jack Strobel, Jr., Wade Strobel and his wife, Tammy; Brad Strobel and his wife, Tammie; her sister: Evelyn Fichter; her brother: Robert Cocklin; seven grandchildren: Reid and his wife, Edna, Arron, Trent, Cody, Ryan, Brennan and his wife Krista, Christine; five great-grandchildren, her best friend Judy Marquis, other relatives, friends and acquaintances. The family has planned a private family remembrance for Barbara in Ohio later this summer. Arrangements were entrusted to Schaudt's Glenpool-Bixby Funeral Service & Cremation Care. Family and friends may view the obituary and send condolences to the family online at www.schaudtfuneralservice.com

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Jerry C. Puryear

May 12, 1945 - Feb 18, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

In Loving Memory of Jerry C. PuryearOn May 12, 1945, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Jerry C. Puryear was born to Insull and Lorayne Puryear, marking the beginning of a life filled with love, adventure, and cherished connections. On Sunday, February 18, 2024, at the age of 78 years, Jerry bid farewell to this world, leaving behind a legacy of warmth, friendship, and unforgettable memories.Jerry's devotion to his family was unmatched. He adored his children, Lisa Roth, her husband Rob, and Ernie Puryear, and took immense pride in his grandchildren, Jonathan and Audrey Roth. His journey began in Tulsa, where he attended Will Rogers High School before bravely serving his country in the Air Force. It was during this time that he met Loreen Pazaski, his beloved wife and the mother of his children. After his service, Jerry pursued higher education, earning an accounting degree from Northeastern State University. True to his promise to Loreen, the family relocated to her hometown of Olympia, Washington, where Jerry worked as a controller for JD Dutton Construction for many years.In 1992, Jerry returned to Tulsa, where he established his business of boat storages on the family property in Sand Springs. His vibrant presence lit up every room he entered, and his distinctive deep voice left an unforgettable impression on all who knew him. Jerry valued friendship above all else, maintaining lifelong bonds from his high school and college days. He cherished his dogs as cherished companions and considered his friends as family.Jerry's zest for life knew no bounds. An accomplished water skier, he dazzled crowds with his slalom, trick skiing, and barefoot skills. His love for adventure extended to his passion for Harley Davidsons, a lifelong companion that accompanied him on countless journeys. As the "cool dad" to his children's friends and even his grandchildren's friends, Jerry's genuine interest in their lives and knack for remembering names made him a beloved figure to all.A true entrepreneur at heart, Jerry developed a computer program, Post & Profit, in the 1990s, showcasing his innovative spirit and intellect. He understood the value of quality time spent together, whether it was playing cards, cooking, or simply enjoying each other's company. His gift for making others feel important through his genuine presence will be deeply missed but forever treasured.As we bid farewell to Jerry, let us celebrate a life well-lived-a life characterized by love, laughter, and unwavering friendship. Though he may no longer walk among us, his spirit will continue to shine brightly in the hearts of all who had the privilege of knowing him.Arrangements are entrusted to Schaudt's Glenpool-Bixby Funeral Service, where family and friends may share kind words of comfort, special memories, and condolences online at www.schaudtfuneralservice.com.

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