Oct 04, 1943 - Nov 30, 2023
Gail Edgar Garrett
May 22, 1969 - Feb 02, 2024
Gail Edgar Garrett, 54, Afton, Oklahoma resident, was born on May 22, 1969 in Johnson, Kansas and passed away on February 2, 2024 in Tulsa. To to the family or in memory of Gail Edgar Garrett, please
Siria Corina Juarez Pelico
May 24, 1986 - Feb 23, 2024
"Siria Corina Juarez Pelico, 37, of Carthage, Missouri, passed away on Friday, February 23, 2024, at Hillcrest Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Siria was born on May 24, 1986, in Quetzaltenango, Coatepeque in Guatemala to Segundo Juarez Vasquez and Adelina Pelico Alvarado. She has been a resident of Carthage for over 15 years. She was a homemaker and a very dedicated and doting mother of four beautiful girls. She is survived by her husband Cornelio Lucas Mendez; four daughters, Darsi Lucas, Rocio Lucas, Yennefer Lucas, and Darlin Lucas; her father, Segundo Juarez Vasquez; and two brothers and one sister. There will be a funeral service for Siria on Saturday, March 2, 2024, at Iglesia Christiana Emmanuel from 7:00 to 11:30 PM in Carthage, Missouri. Condolences may be posted online at www.ulmerfh.com. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Ulmer Funeral Home."
Dec 14, 1954 - Feb 04, 2024
"Celebration of Life Service for John Pearson, 69 of Enid, will be Friday, February 9, 2024 at 11:00 am in Anderson-Burris Funeral Home Chapel with Brian Meyer officiating. Private family burial will precede the service. John was born on December 14, 1954 in Kansas City, Missouri to Dean and Joyce (Zimmerling) Pearson and passed away on February 4, 2024 at St. John’s Hospital in Tulsa, with his son by his side. John grew up in Enid and graduated from Enid High School in 1973. He worked at his father\u0027s car dealership, Dean Pearson Dodge. John later worked at Janzen GMC as service manager. On June 22, 1991, he married Carolyn Vogt. They owned and operated Cee and Jay Vending for several years. After his retirement, he enjoyed spending time on the farm driving his tractors and tinkering. John was a member of the Moose Lodge. John was preceded in death by his parents, and sister-in-law, Joy Vogt. He is survived by his wife, Carolyn; children and their spouses, Matt and Krista Pearson and Tiffany and Phil Hemert; four grandchildren, Peyton, Quinn, Ryann, Harper; brother, Chuck Pearson; sister, Beverly Lagrange; two brothers-in-law, AJ and James Vogt; other relatives and friends. Memorials may be made through Anderson-Burris to OMRF-Kidney Division"
William Frazier Walden
Sep 13, 1960 - Jan 19, 2024
"William Frazier Walden ( Bill) a resident of Okemah, Ok passed this life on January 19, 2024 in Tulsa at the age of 63. Born September 13, 1960 in Henryetta to Lee Dale Walden and Melissa (Fish) Walden. William worked as a Certified Nurses Assistant (CNA) and a cook. He had a passion for the outdoors from gardening, fishing, cook outs with family and caring for his animals. He also was noted for the love of music and dance. He is preceded in death by his mother Melissa Hill and stepfather - Albert Hill. His half-brother George Calvin Hill and a nephew Matthew Jackson and a nephew Michael Guzman. He is survived by his father Lee Dale Walden and his wife Shirley Walden. His sisters Radonna Jackson Endicott and spouse Tammy Endicott of Ramona Maxine Jackson and partner Paul Dodson of Okemah Step Sister: Bridgett Guzman and husband Phillip Step Brothers: Owatha Walden and Clarence Turney Nieces: Vanessa Stacy, Shannon McHenry, Jacqueline Vaughan. Nephews: David Moore , Great Nieces and nephews: Ashton, Brittany, Brandon, Kimberlynn, Kayla, Cheyenne, Arabella, Teagan, Elijah and Matthew-Kash. Many great great nieces and nephews, family and a host of friends. Funeral service will be 2:00 pm, Thursday, January 25, 2024 at the Rogers Funeral Home chapel. Interment will follow at the Hill Family Cemetery under the direction of the Rogers Funeral Home"
Died : Feb 25, 2024
Donovan Jacob, lifetime Broken Arrow resident, entered Heaven's gate on Sunday, February 25, 2024, in Tulsa, OK at the age of 22. Please check back for complete obituary information.
Brenda Kay Tucker
May 24, 1949 - Feb 25, 2024
Brenda Tucker, 74 year old resident of Stillwater passed away on Sunday, February 25, 2024 in Tulsa. Funeral services will be held at 1:00 pm Thursday, February 29, 2024 at the Billings Funeral Home in Woodward. Burial will follow in the Mooreland Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of the Billings Funeral Home. Brenda Kay (Moore) Tucker was born on May 24, 1949 to W.H. and Lorene Elizabeth (Runge) Moore in Dallas, Texas. Brenda was raised in Cedar Hill, Texas and graduated from Cedar Hill High School in 1967. From there she proceeded to go on to attend Bethany Nazerne College now known as Southern Nazerne University in Bethany, Oklahoma. Upon leaving Bethany Nazarene College, she worked in the cardiac cath lad at St. Anthony's Hospital in Oklahoma City and then went onto work at the Department of Veteran's Affir. While working at the V.A., a relative of her future husband introduced Brenda to the late Jerry Edgel Tucker. They were were united in marriage in June of 1976 at Woodland Park Nazarene Church in Dallas, Texas. After marriage they moved to Northwest Oklahoma, where on January 8, 1980 their one and only daughter Brittany Kay Tucker was born. From the moment Brittany was born she was the apple of Brenda's eye and she grew up they were not only mother/daughter, they were best friends. In 1989 they moved to Dallas where Jerry and Brenda decided to part ways. In 1991, Brenda went to work for Dr H.B. and Richard Jamison as the office supervisor where she remained until 2000. From there she took the position as Clinical Staff Supervisor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas where she retired in 2007 and moved back to Northwest Oklahoma. She remained in Northwest Oklahoma until 2012 where she moved to Stillwater, Oklahoma to finish her teaching degree at Oklahoma State University. While in Stillwater, a relationship that Brenda has in college was rekindled with a gentleman named Terry Clinkingbeard. They enjoyed spending time together watching not only her Oklahoma State Cowboys but her beloved Texas Longhorns. They enjoyed old classic movies, music, religious beliefs and their families.Brenda is survived by her daughter Brittany Tucker and fiancé Rob Richardson of Woodward; adopted daughter Dana Luddington and husband Lonn of Freedom; brother, Raymond L. Moore and girlfriend Maria Jepsen of the DFW area; sister, Alicia Ann (Moore) Owens of Midlothian, Texas; nephew Jeff Owens and wife Kelsi and their daughter Cora Jane of Waxahachie, Texas, niece Ellen Owens and wife Lindsay Orlando of Austin, Texas; her beloved cat Bella; and many other relatives and friends.She was preceded in death by her parents W.H. and Lorene Moore, nephew Michael Ray Moore and two angel rainbow grandsons.
James Carroll Tenison
Mar 07, 1968 - Feb 25, 2024
Services will be held at 12:00 PM on Tuesday, March 5, 2024 at the Haskell Cemetery Pavilion.James Carroll Tenison, known as Jim, was born on March 7, 1968 in Tarrant County, Texas to Carroll Tenison and Shirley Dean (Wooten) Tenison. He passed from this life into the loving arms of his Savior on February 25, 2024 in Tulsa, Oklahoma after a brief illness.Jim graduated from High School in Nixon, Texas. He was a very sincere, polite, and funny man who loved to laugh. Jim loved God and looked forward to attending church. He enjoyed working puzzles, watching movies, and especially sharing a room with his brother John at COPPS Residential Facility in Claremore. Visits from his family always brightened his day. His unexpected passing leaves a void in the lives of those who loved him.Jim was preceded in death by his father, Carroll Tenison, and his mother and step-father, Shirley Dean and Hans George Trinks.He is survived by his siblings: Pamela Perry and husband Don of Little Rock, Arkansas, John Tenison of Claremore, Oklahoma, Penni Warren and husband Rush of Terlingua, Texas, and Stephen Tenison of Arlington, Washington. Jim also leaves several nieces, nephews, aunts, and uncles to mourn his passing
Wesley Lloyd Sufficool, Sr.
Aug 26, 1938 - Feb 20, 2024
Wesley Lloyd Sufficool, Sr. was born in Walla Walla, Washington on August 26, 1938, to Vance E. Sufficool and Augusta E. Sufficool. Wesley passed away on February 20, 2024, in Tulsa, OK after an extended illness.He was preceded in death by his parents, Neta Garside (sister), Evert Sufficool (brother), Levi Dixon (grandson), and Jason Hughes (honorary grandson).He leaves behind three children and their spouses: Wesley L. Sufficool, Jr. and Tessa of Rapid City, SD; Debi Sufficool Dixon and Jeffrey of Edmond, OK; and Donna Sufficool Arciniega and Drew of Las Vegas, NV. He is also survived by a grandson (who he had a hand in raising) Ryan Baker, Ryan’s spouse Nora, and their daughters Sloane and Finley; Ina Lee (sister) of Sweet Home, OR; long-time companion Betty Sufficool, and numerous grandchildren.Wes was raised in southern California where he seemed to make it his mission to get kicked out of every Seventh Day Adventist Academy in the state. He enjoyed fighting and pushing the rules. He managed to get kicked out a couple months shy of graduation, so he never finished high school. That didn’t diminish his work ethic, which always allowed him to provide for himself, his family, and others that were in need. While he may have had a rough and gruff attitude and did enjoy a good fight, he always had a soft heart. He believed it was his duty to take care of people that were less fortunate than he was, and he took that very seriously. We will never know the full extent of his generosity and everything he did to help others. When asked, he would characterize this with “Well I guess they needed it more than I did”. After moving from California in the early 1960’s, Wes acquired property in the Ketchum area and started raising cattle and crops but still found he needed a steady paycheck. He was never afraid of hard work and started painting in the Vinita area. He ended up becoming an industrial painter when he went to work for John Byrd and continued working for John’s companies throughout his painting career. Wes and his crew would travel throughout the region trouble shooting for the company. They were frequently sent to jobs that were challenging, or as Wes put it, “where someone else had already f*&%d things up”. He was highly respected in his profession. He retired from Specialized Industrial Services. During those years as a painter, he spent lots of time on the road and developed close relationships with many on his painting crew. Special friendships were formed through those years with Dean and Debra Hughes and Cy and Cathy Austin. The people on his crew were extended family, and he remained close with many of them until his death. Also, after Wes’s retirement, Ryan came to live with him. He and Ryan were bachelors together and formed a special bond during that time. While Wes was on the road, the farm had to be cared for, so he taught his children what needed to be done. As the oldest, Wes Jr. was responsible for taking care of the cows with Donna tagging along. As the two of them remember it, Debi spent more time reading than helping. When Wes Jr. was a freshman in high school, he began traveling with Wes on the painting crew. This meant the cattle were sold and a completely different educational experience began for Wes Jr.After retirement he began to build his herd back and enjoyed many years of caring for his cattle and land. He always loved working his property, keeping it in tip top shape, spraying weeds, baling hay and bulldozing to clear trees. The bulldozer may not have been his best idea. Just getting it delivered caused a lot of drama since he had his first stroke while waiting for it to be delivered. He refused to go to the hospital until the bulldozer arrived and even threatened Betty that if she called an ambulance, he would just go out and hide from them somewhere in the pasture. Debi finally convinced him to go to the hospital, but he wasn’t happy about it! He never really was good with that bulldozer. He even ran over his four-wheeler with it and had to walk all the way back to the house from the back pasture. Wes finally had to hire someone to help with the farm, and it bothered him that he couldn’t be out with his cattle. Even while in the hospital, he looked forward to getting back out to the pastures on his four-wheeler to check his cattle. Besides the cattle and other animals (the Emus!) that Wes raised, he loved his dogs and had several special ones throughout his life. He treated them like family, letting them sleep with him and sharing food from his plate with them. In the last few years, Wes had decided to restore a 1940 Chevy Special Deluxe and a 1978 Ford F-150. These two projects may have cost him a little more than they should have. In his desire to save a dime here and there, he ended up spending more than he might have had to. He was able to take the F-150 for a spin shortly before his last hospitalization.Wes led a full and productive life filled with many friends, projects, and hard work. At the end, his greate