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Rafael Zamudio

Feb 22, 1928 - Nov 25, 2023

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Moore, OK

Rafael loved the outdoors and enjoyed being outside. He loved to reminisce and tell stories about working on the farm in Mexico when he was a young man. Rafael was always very well-dressed and liked to look his best, and most often, you could spot him wearing his cowboy hat and a nice pair of cowboy boots. He enjoyed gardening, carpentry, and going to the rodeo, but most of all, loved spending time with his family. He will be greatly missed. To to the family or in memory of Rafael Paramo Z...Read More

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Robert Lee Tomacelli Jr.

Nov 14, 1961 - Feb 17, 2024

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Moore, OK

Robert Lee Tomacelli Jr. was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on November 14, 1961, to Doris and Robert Lee Tomacelli. On Saturday, February 17, 2024, Robert passed away from this life to begin his eternal journey beyond. He was 62 years old. Robert was warm, lively, loving, and intelligent. With a brain like an encyclopedia, Robert’s knowledge knew no bounds. He had a knack for storytelling and loved to talk, sharing his stories often with those in his life. Professionally, he spent many years as a massage therapist. Because of his conversational skills, he thrived in his career, ensuring the wellbeing of many regular and returning clients. In his free time, he loved to go fishing, was a great bowler, and he enjoyed watching OU football, Thunder basketball, and cheering for any team Peyton Manning was ever on. He also loved watching a good sci-fi movie. Above all, Robert was a family man who loved nothing more than spending quality time with the people who meant the most to him. While his children were growing up, he was their biggest advocate. He enjoyed supporting them through their ups and downs, always there for them whether he was coaching their sports teams, or simply tucking them in at night. His grandchildren were his ultimate pride and joy, and his entire world. The many fond memories of baking and decorating cookies together, playing, laughing, and all the fun times spent together will not long be forgotten. He also adored his menagerie of dogs - Benji, Zaddie, Sunflower, Daisy, and Nala. Robert was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, and friend. As we reflect on his life, let us remember Robert for the love he shared, and the kindness he so freely bestowed on others. He will be very dearly missed. Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 25 years, Dewetta Tomacelli; three children, daughters Kristi Deason and son-in-law Bryan, and Nichole Patterson and son-in-law Casey, and son Kyle Lee; along with his adoring grandchildren Kelsey, Alyssa, Hailey, Landon, “S”, Suzi, Josh, Elena, Dylan, Catelynn, and Matalynn. He is preceded in death by his mother, Doris (Kendrick) Tomacelli, and his father, Robert Tomacelli Sr. To to the family or in memory of Robert Lee Tomacelli Jr., please

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Stephen Chris McMillan

Dec 11, 1952 - Feb 17, 2024

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Moore, OK

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Kenneth Wayne Suggs

May 10, 1938 - Feb 17, 2024

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Moore, OK

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Kenneth Wayne Suggs, born on May 10, 1938, in Joplin, Missouri to Ammon Alec Suggs and Geniveve Gray. Kenneth, affectionately known to those closest to him as Wayne, departed from this life to join those he loved dearly in eternity. He passed away surrounded by his loving family and faithful companion "Little Bit" on February 17, 2024. Wayne's life was a testament to his resilience, hard work, and boundless love for his family. Joining the Navy at a young age, he proudly served his country with honor and dedication. On April 15, 1961, he married the love of his life, Mary Louise "Johnnie" Royal, and together they embarked on a lifetime filled with adventures, love, and the joy of raising their four children; Kenneth Wayne Suggs II, Robin, Geniveve, and April. After his military service, Wayne took on the challenge of entrepreneurship headfirst, establishing a successful truck and trailer business that thrived under his leadership. Upon retirement, Wayne and Johnnie took pleasure in traveling the world, making memories that would last a lifetime until finally settling down in Moore, Oklahoma. Preceded in death by his parents, his brother Hugh, his beloved wife Johnnie, and his cherished son Kenneth Wayne II, Wayne's legacy is carried forward by his survivors: brother John Suggs; daughters Robin and James Davis of Oklahoma City, OK; Geniveve and Otis Tracey of Luther, OK; April and Cody Beck of Blanchard, OK; his adored pet "Little Bit"; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren; along with nieces, nephews, and his best friend, Myles Houseberg. Wayne was known for his iconic flannel shirts, a symbol of his down-to-earth and approachable nature. In honor of his memory, the family invites those attending the service to wear their best flannel shirt as we celebrate his life and legacy. A viewing will be held on February 22, 2024, from 5-8pm at Moore Funeral and Cremation. The memorial service will take place on February 23, 2024, at 2 pm at the same location reception to follow. The family extends an invitation to friends, family, and those whose lives were touched by Wayne to join in commemorating a life well-lived, full of love, laughter, and cherished moments. Wayne's memory will forever be a beacon of light and love in our hearts. May he rest in peace, knowing the indelible mark he has left on this world will never fade. To to the family or in memory of Wayne Suggs, please

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Kenneth Wayne Suggs

May 10, 1938 - Feb 17, 2024

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Moore, OK

It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Kenneth Wayne Suggs, born on May 10, 1938, in Joplin, Missouri to Ammon Alec Suggs and Geniveve Gray. Kenneth, affectionately known to those closest to him as Wayne, departed from this life to join those he loved dearly in eternity. He passed away surrounded by his loving family and faithful companion "Little Bit" on February 17, 2024. Wayne's life was a testament to his resilience, hard work, and boundless love for his family. Joining the Navy at a young age, he proudly served his country with honor and dedication. On April 15, 1961, he married the love of his life, Mary Louise "Johnnie" Royal, and together they embarked on a lifetime filled with adventures, love, and the joy of raising their four children; Kenneth Wayne Suggs II, Robin, Geniveve, and April. After his military service, Wayne took on the challenge of entrepreneurship headfirst, establishing a successful truck and trailer business that thrived under his leadership. Upon retirement, Wayne and Johnnie took pleasure in traveling the world, making memories that would last a lifetime until finally settling down in Moore, Oklahoma. Preceded in death by his parents, his brother Hugh, his beloved wife Johnnie, and his cherished son Kenneth Wayne II, Wayne's legacy is carried forward by his survivors: brother John Suggs; daughters Robin and James Davis of Oklahoma City, OK; Geniveve and Otis Tracey of Luther, OK; April and Cody Beck of Blanchard, OK; his adored pet "Little Bit"; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren; along with nieces, nephews, and his best friend, Myles Houseberg. Wayne was known for his iconic flannel shirts, a symbol of his down-to-earth and approachable nature. In honor of his memory, the family invites those attending the service to wear their best flannel shirt as we celebrate his life and legacy. A viewing will be held on February 22, 2024, from 5-8pm at Moore Funeral and Cremation. The memorial service will take place on February 23, 2024, at 2 pm at the same location reception to follow. The family extends an invitation to friends, family, and those whose lives were touched by Wayne to join in commemorating a life well-lived, full of love, laughter, and cherished moments. Wayne's memory will forever be a beacon of light and love in our hearts. May he rest in peace, knowing the indelible mark he has left on this world will never fade. To to the family or in memory of Wayne Suggs, please

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Lois Carol Smith

Oct 03, 1932 - Feb 15, 2024

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Moore, OK

Lois Carol Smith, age 91, passed away on February 15, 2024 in Moore, Oklahoma. Services will be at 2:00pm, Thursday, February 22, 2024 at Johnson Funeral Home Chapel with Terry Williams officiating. The full obituary will soon be posted.

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Susan Annette Pearson

May 11, 1950 - Feb 16, 2024

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Moore, OK

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Chadrick Joy Nunnally

Mar 07, 1980 - Feb 12, 2024

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Moore, OK

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Blaine Dale Robbins

Mar 03, 1939 - Feb 11, 2024

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Moore, OK

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Barbara Sue Yeager

Dec 07, 1938 - Feb 11, 2024

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Moore, OK

Barbara "Sue" Yeager was born in Springfield, Missouri, on December 7, 1938, to Howard and Gertrude (Pierce) Morrison. Sue received Christ as her personal Savior at age six. One Sunday she heard the pastor of her church preach on the topic of Hell. After leaving church, she agonized over her lost condition and worried all week about it, thinking that she had to wait until Sunday to be saved. When Sue was eight years old, the family moved to San Diego, California. She attended public school and graduated from Lincoln High School. She met her husband-to-be, R.B. Yeager, at age 15. Both were attending a special event organized by an insurance agency that their parents did business with. R.B. was leaning on a balcony railing looking at the entertainment on stage and heard a feminine voice calling out below. She was looking up at him but was repeating "Eddie, Eddie." Then she apologized and said, “Sorry. I thought you were someone else." That was all the encouragement R. B. needed and he ran down to get acquainted. Later on, R.B. would tease her and say she used a "pickup" trick to get him. The two dated throughout high school and married the day after their graduation on June 14, 1957. She was a faithful and loving wife who spent her early married days keeping house and raising their two boys, Ruff and Chad. When R.B. surrendered his life as a preacher in 1972, she gladly followed him to Baptist Bible College in Springfield, MO, and graduated with her husband, earning a business degree. She became a very busy pastor's wife and church pianist as they served four different churches over the years of their ministry. In 1999, when R.B. became a teacher at Heartland Baptist Bible College, in Oklahoma City, she became the bookkeeper and clerk at the college bookstore. Sue spent many years battling various sicknesses and injuries, but her life came to a sudden end when she contracted Leukemia. The doctors fought to save her, but she lost the battle and passed into Heaven on February 11, 2024. She is survived by her husband, R.B. Yeager, her sons, Ruff and Chad, and her grandson, Geoffrey and wife, Emily, and great-grandsons, Xavier and Sterling. She was preceded in death by her parents, Howard and Gertrude Morrison, and her sisters, Betty Goetz and Trudy Wilson. To to the family or in memory of Barbara Sue Yeager, please

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Raymond Leon Gibson

Jun 23, 1957 - Feb 10, 2024

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Moore, OK

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