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Sandra Chandler

Sep 29, 1941 - Nov 19, 2023

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Tulsa, OK

Sandra Amelia Chandler, 82, homemaker and resident of Tulsa, Oklahoma passed away Sunday, November 19, 2023. She was born Monday, September 29, 1941 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Ted Butler and Elsie (Lymon) Butler. No services scheduled at this time. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Sandra Amelia Chandler, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Ellis Wayne Woods

Jul 20, 1948 - Feb 03, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

"Ellis Wayne Woods of Boynton, OK was born July 20, 1948 to Ellis James and Maxine (Slavens) Woods and peacefully passed away February 3, 2024 in Tulsa, OK. Wayne was born in Coweta, OK and later moved to Boynton. He grew up in the country and walked back and forth to school and then walked his way to Miss Evelyn Lavonne Phillips in 1965. Wayne then married the love of his life, Evelyn, on December 30, 1968. He enlisted in the United States Army on May 16, 1968 in California and proudly served until March 25, 1970 before being honorably discharged. By the grace of God and Wayne’s true grit he was able to live a life of hunting, fishing, and loving every day. He ran with Norman Dean Moats, his right-hand man, while along the way showing John Moats, also known as Big John, the ropes. Wayne made a living as a welder and a carpenter while also putting in time at the cannery and working for Muskogee County District 3. While retired, Wayne loved garage sales and flea markets. He also enjoyed working on lawn mowers with his side kick Savanna, also known as Syvanny. He gave Baler, known as Wire, and Roper, known as The Great Rope, a hard time and his love. He loved his visits from the Wino (Norman Moats) and if you knew Wayne at all he loved to tell a good story. He will be dearly missed. Wayne is preceded in death by his parents; son, Douglas Wayne Woods; daughter, Deanna Woods; and sister, Barbara Johnson. Wayne is lovingly survived by his wife, Evelyn Lavonne Woods of the home; son, Danny Ray Woods; grandson, Jeffery Greenlee; great grandsons, Jeffery Greenlee Jr., Daniel Greenlee, Roper Russell, and Baler Russell; sisters, Shirley Cline and husband Steven, Peggy Sprinkles and husband George, Debbie Allison and husband Gary, and Ethel Stockstill; brothers, Winson Woods, and Jerry Woods and wife Lisa; nieces; nephews; cousins; and many friends. A viewing for Wayne will be 12PM-7PM, Thursday, February 8, 2024 at Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home in Fort Gibson. Wayne’s celebration of life will be held 9:30AM, Friday, February 9, 2024 at Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home Chapel in Fort Gibson with Pastor Frank Cox officiating. Donnie McClellan, Rick Reed, Seth Russell, Norman Moats, Everett Lang, and Leslie Howard will serve as casket bearers. Honorary casket bearers are John Moats and T.J. Baker. Committal prayers and interment will follow at Fort Gibson National Cemetery. The family of Ellis Wayne Woods has entrusted his care, service, and burial to Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home, Fort Gibson. 918-478-2555 Online condolences may be left for the Woods family at clifforddgarrettfamilyfh.com"

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Patty May O'Kelley

Jun 09, 1958 - Feb 28, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

Patty May O’Kelley, age 65, lifelong resident of the Hartshorne area, passed away on Wednesday, February 28, 2024 at OSU Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Patty was born on June 9, 1958 in Carlsbad, New Mexico to Marvin and Betty Jean (Sam) O’Kelley. She was married to Charles Konsire for 7 years and shared 2 kids, Jennifer and Charlie. It is impossible to Summarize Patty (AKA Wilma) into a single book, let alone a small article, she was a crazy, Wild woman, who refused to be tamed. She had sense of humor that made everything fun, if you were in her presence you were loved and you knew it, her wild spirit always kept you guessing.She was a Master cook in the kitchen and could make a meal out of anything, literally known for making her grandkids puke due to over feeding them. She loved Rock Collecting and telling crazy stories. Her memories and wild moments shall stay with us all. She was hippy at heart and referred to herself as Wilma, she loved expressing her crazy hair styles and wild tye dye clothes, she was never afraid to be herself.She spent most of her days blessing everyone around her with ginormous heart, her carefree personality and witty come backs. Her Spirit will continue to shine bright in the hearts of those she left behind, she adored her kids and grandkids and great grandkids. Wilma will be greatly missed.Survivors include her children, Jennifer Konsire Bolt of Davenport, OK, Charlie Greene Konsire and Stone Blue Burns; grandchildren, Bryce Cullum, Hayden Bolt, Tristan Bolt, Connor Burns, Gracie Burns and Hunter Burns; great-grandchildren, Paisley Bolt, Teagan Bolt and Brooklyn Davenport; brothers, Edward (Mike) O’Kelley of Hartshorne, OK and Ted Holt of Buffalo Gap, TX; sisters, Susan Jackson, Jackie McKenzie, Kelly Schuler and Peggy O’Kelley; special friends, Debbie Jackson, Jaymie Noriega; boyfriend, George Jardine.She was preceded in death by her grandson, Thomas Anthony Joe Greene; her parents, Betty and Marvin O’Kelley; brother, Marvin Hayden O’Kelley, sisters, Donna Jean Maytubbie, Colleen Wingo and a baby sister, Lahoma O’Kelley; nephews, Chekota O’Kelley and Gage Ty Wilson; niece, Jodi Maytubbie; mother-in-law and father-in-law, Alex Butch Konsire and Gentile Polli Konsire.No services are scheduled at this time.To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Patty May O'Kelley, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Myrtle Lee Hewitt

Dec 02, 1944 - Feb 27, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

Myrtle Lee (Tyler) Hewitt, age 79, passed away peacefully on February 27, 2024, at OSU Tulsa from respiratory failure. Myrtle Lee was born on December 2, 1944, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was a graduate of Coweta High School, class of 1963, and went on to marry the love of her life, Howard Hewitt, on June 17, 1963, in Miami, Oklahoma. Together, they built a beautiful family and shared fifty years of marriage. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ukie and Roy Tyler, her husband, Howard Hewitt, and her brothers, R.B. and Alvie Tyler. Myrtle Lee is survived by her sister, Alma Fisher and husband James and her brother, Stanley Tyler. She is also survived by her four children, Terry Hewitt, Cyndi Hewitt, Jennifer Holden and husband Michael, and Angie Longmire, twelve grandchildren, and five great grandchildren. Myrtle Lee was a fantastic cook and stay at home mother who helped raise not only her own children but nieces, nephews, and grandchildren throughout the years. She spent summers at the ball fields and winters on hunting trips. She will be missed by many. A graveside service to honor and celebrate Myrtle Lee’s life will be held on Monday, March 4, 2024, at 2:00 PM at Vernon Cemetery in Coweta, Oklahoma. Visitation will be on Sunday, March 3, 2024, from 2:00–6:00 PM with the family in attendance from 4:00–6:00 PM at Brown Funeral Home in Coweta, Oklahoma. Family and friends may share memories online at www.brownfamilycares.com. The family of Myrtle Lee Hewitt entrusted her care and service to Brown Funeral Home & Cremations, 210 S. Broadway, Coweta, Oklahoma 74429, 918-486-5515. To to the family or in memory of Myrtle Lee Hewitt, please

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Myrna Lou Baldridge

Jan 16, 1940 - Feb 27, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

Myrna Lou Baldridge, 84, homemaker and resident of Tulsa, Oklahoma passed away Tuesday, February 27, 2024. She was born Tuesday, January 16, 1940 in McAlester, Oklahoma to Beal Weldon Greer and Ruby Mae (McFarland) Greer.No services scheduled at this time. To plant Memorial Trees in memory of Myrna Lou Baldridge, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.

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Jean Marie Cork

Oct 31, 1956 - Feb 24, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

"Jean “Jeannie” Marie Cork was born on October 31, 1956, in Sioux City, Iowa to George Edward Hayes and Darlene Ardel (Buchanan) Hayes. She passed from this life on Saturday, February 24, 2024, with family by her side in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the age of 67 years. Jeannie was raised and educated near Hubbard Township, Nebraska and graduated with the Emerson High School Class of 1975. She was married on October 17, 1975, in Anaheim, California to Daniel Charles Cork, Jr. Jeannie spent the early years of her career as co-owner and operator with Daniel at their propeller overhaul company, “Custom Propeller.” She then spent the bulk of her career as a customer service agent with Delta Airlines for 21 years. Jeannie was a proud member of St. Henry Catholic Church in Owasso, Oklahoma since moving to the area in 1990. She was also proud to be a “Universal Donor” and was a regular to donate blood with the Red Cross. In her spare time, Jeannie enjoyed a variety of past times such as cooking, caring for friends and family, gardening, taking her dog “Buddy” for a walk, feeding squirrels on her walks, riding bikes, and taxiing around her grandchildren. She is survived by: Her Loving Husband; Daniel Cork 2 Children; Kelly Collins Danny Cork 2 Grandchildren; Matthew Collins and Megan Collins Siblings; Mary Green and husband John Joe Hayes and wife Barb Mike Hayes and wife Sheila Ann Jacobson and husband Bob Sister-in-law; Cyndee Stair Brother-in-law; Ed Helman and wife Melissa And a host of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Darlene Hayes, and a sister-in-law, Kathryn Ehrenberg. A memorial service will held 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 16, 2024, at St. Henry Catholic Church in Owasso."

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Dong Van Mai

Mar 20, 1952 - Feb 13, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

"Dong Van Mai was born March 20, 1952, in Tan Vinh Hoa, Vietnam, to Doi Van Mai and Con Thi Mai. He died Tuesday, February 13, 2024, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at the age of 71 years. He completed his education while living in Vietnam. He was married July 20, 1971, in Song Be, Vietnam. Dong enjoyed a variety of pastimes including spending time in his garden and going to the casino. He particularly enjoyed a nice cold beer after a long day of work or mowing his yard. Those he leaves behind who hold many cherished memories include: His children; The Tran Linh Tran Diem Mai His grandchildren; Duyen Le, Minh Tran, Quyen Le, Connor Johnson, Huy Tran, Khang Le, and Corbin Johnson His two brothers and one sister. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife, and one brother. Graveside service will be held 10:00 a.m. Friday, February 23, 2023, at Memorial Park Cemetery in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with Pastor Tran V. Dung officiating. Arrangements and services were entrusted to Mowery Funeral Service of Owasso."

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Dagny Ellis Benedict

Jan 11, 2008 - Feb 08, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

"Dagny Ellis Benedict was born on January 11, 2008, in El Paso, Texas. She passed from this life on Thursday, February 8, 2024, in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the age of 16 years. Dagny was raised and educated in Owasso, Oklahoma and was currently enrolled as a student at Owasso High School. She had a love of nature and caring for cats but particularly loved her cat, Zeus. Dagny enjoyed a variety of past times such as watching the Walking Dead, drawing, reading, and playing Ark and Minecraft. She is survived by: Her Parents; Walter and Sue Benedict 4 Sisters; Diana Hobbs Malia Pila Sarah Bruder and husband Levi Anna Lee 2 Brothers; Moses Pila III and wife Kasandra Luke Benedict and fiancé Morgan Nephew and Niece; Moses Pila IV and Kaylani Pila. Funeral Service will be held 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, February 15, 2024, at the Mowery Funeral Service Chapel in Owasso."

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Cynthia Jane Boone

Apr 29, 1951 - Feb 16, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

Cynthia Jane Boone, age 72, of Pawhuska, passed from this life on Friday evening, February 16, 2024, at Ascension St. John Medical Center, Tulsa. Cynthia was born April 29, 1951 in Los Angeles, California to Bill and Naomi (Wolfe) Myers. She was raised and received her education in both Wynona and Pawhuska, graduating from Pawhuska High School. On May 31, 1969, Cynthia and Tom Joe Boone were united in marriage at Pawnee, OK. To this union, two sons were born. After their marriage, they lived in Tulsa before returning to Pawhuska, and later moving to the family farm south of Pawhuska. Cynthia retired as a Contract Health Specialist, working for the Federal government. She also served three terms as a councilwoman for the Osage Tribe, mineral council. She loved to cook, plant gardens and trail riding with her horse. Those that survive and hold many cherished memories are her husband – Tom; sons – Tom, Jr and Daniel, both of Pawhuska; a granddaughter Rachel Marie Boone; one brother Richard Myers of Carlsbad, CA and a sister Leslie Myers of Tulsa. She was preceded in death by her parents and one sister. There will be visitation for family and friends Sunday evening and Monday at the Wakon Iron Chapel in Pawhuska. Funeral services will be 10:00 AM Tuesday, February 20th in the sanctuary of the First Baptist Church in Pawhuska with private family burial following on the Boone Family farm. A Traditional Indian Feast will follow back at Wakon Iron Hall, Pawhuska at noon. The family has entrusted the arrangements and services to the Chapman-Black Funeral Home of Cleveland. www.chapman-black.comCopyright Notice © 2023 (Chapman-Black Funeral Home) ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This obituary is a work protected under international and federal Copyright Laws and Treaties. Any unauthorized reproduction, distribution or use of this material is prohibited. No part of this compiled work may be reproduced, altered or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system without express written permission from the author. The author hereby grants the newspaper the right to publish the compiled work on the dates and location provided in the submission details and further grants to the newspaper the right to reproduce the work electronically in any website or digital medium owned or controlled by the newspaper provided the copy is not altered or modified in any way. The funeral home's website domain must accompany any reproduction of the work. The work must not be used for or by any person for direct commercialized gain in competition with the author, the funeral home, or their respective businesses. Privacy Disclaimer The information contained in this Tribute Wall is intended solely for the private use of the families and friends of the deceased to support each other and honour, respect and pay tribute to the memory of the deceased. Any and all other use is strictly prohibited. Without limiting the foregoing, any reproduction, distribution of the information contained herein, nor any contact or solicitation of any person identified in this work, nor any attempt to use the information in the work is prohibited.

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Robert Dale "Bob" Newman

Jun 19, 1927 - Feb 26, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

Robert Dale "Bob" Newman, 96, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, passed away Monday, February 26, 2024. He was born on June 19, 1927, in Cleveland, Oklahoma to Rufus R. Newman and Bessie Jones Newman.Bob was the second oldest of 4 siblings. He attended Cleveland High School where he excelled in football and basketball. At age 17, he was drafted into the army and served in World War II from 1945 to 1947. He was stationed in Korea. Upon leaving the military as an Army Staff Sargent, he returned home to graduate from Cleveland High School. Bob attended Northeastern A&M, and Central State University in Edmond, where he played football. Bob had the privilege of flying to Washington DC on the Honor Flight for war veterans of World War II.Bob married the love of his life, Nancy Newcum, also of Cleveland, on November 26, 1952. They moved to Tulsa and raised their family together. They had 5 children, 10 grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren, with the 12th due in March. Bob loved to dance. He and Nancy square danced for many years. They danced together at every wedding until it became too difficult for him with his knees. He especially loved to dance with his grandchildren at their weddings, which are memories that they'll always hold dear.Bob worked for American Airlines for 10 years. After one year in Long Island, New York while with American, they moved back to Tulsa. In 1961, he went to work for Shell Oil Company, also in computers, and retired after 26 years in 1987. In his retirement, Bob volunteered in the used car ministry at his home church, First Methodist Church, servicing cars that would become a blessing for families in need. His happy place was working under the hood of a car, grease rag in hand. He was loved deeply by those who worked alongside him or who got to experience his joyful laugh and huge heart.Bob loved to play golf. He had a group of friends that he played with regularly. He shot his age, "72" in the year 2000 and got his name in the Tulsa World. He loved to play in golf tournaments and in later years when he could no longer walk well enough, he drove the golf cart to provide for other golfers. Family vacations in Florida always included daily tee times with his kids.In the last six months, St. Francis Hospice nurses Francis, Rhonda, and Amanda became good friends to Bob. His family truly appreciates all they did for him. Bob was preceded in death by his parents, his sister, Dona Lou White, his two brothers, William Larry Newman and Jess Everett Newman, and his grandson, Kody Cyle Newman. Bob is survived by his wife of 71 years, Nancy Newman; his children, David (Gloria) Newman, Nena Newman, Paul (Michelle) Newman, Ann (Jeff) McIntosh, Mark (Rita) Newman, all of Tulsa; his grandchildren Katie (Seymore) Shaw, Natalie (David) Leonard, Lindsey (Brian) Meek, Trevor Newman, Kelsey (Grayson) Ardies, Renee Farley, Tyler (Kayla) McIntosh, Brett (Ashley) Newman, and Emily Newman; great grandchildren, Harper and Hudson Meek, Ella Kate and River Leonard, Sydney and Journey Shaw, Eleanor Ardies, Grace Farley, Blakley McIntosh, Eden McIntosh, and Aria Newman; brother, Gerald R. Newman; sister-in-law, Abigail Newcum Boatman. Bob also has many nieces and nephews whom he dearly loved.A family graveside service will take place at the Woodland Cemetery in Cleveland, Oklahoma on 11:00 am, Monday, March 4th, 2024, at the Woodland Cemetery in Cleveland, Oklahoma. Celebration of Life Memorial Service will take place at First Methodist Church, 1115 S. Boulder, Tulsa, Oklahoma on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. Arrangements by Chapman-Black Funeral Home of Cleveland, Oklahoma.The Family has request that in a Lieu of Flowers Donations to be made in honor of Robert to St. Francis Hospice (918) 494-6468 or The First Methodist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma - 1115 South Boulder - Tulsa, OK 74119 (918) 592-3862

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George Elmer Burton

Aug 18, 1942 - Feb 18, 2024

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Tulsa, OK

George Elmer Burton was born on August 18, 1942, in Pawhuska, Oklahoma to George Robert and Katie Mertyl (Overholser) Burton. George grew up with seven siblings. George was very intelligent, and it showed in his schoolwork.George spent his years as a machinist and was very precise in his work. He was very good at math, which helped him so much in his job. He taught himself how to read blueprints. Retiring from Heat Transfer Equipment. George was an avid fisherman. He enjoyed watching football; he did not have a favorite, but he kept up with all the latest things happening in the NFL from the different coaching staff to the players. George was a reader and a studier. It was important for him to gain knowledge, which mostly came from reading. He also enjoyed talking about politics, he was very vocal concerning issues in our country.More than anything else, George loved his family. He wanted to spend time together as often as possible. When the family would get together, they would eat and then play games. He was thrilled to teach new games to the younger generations. It was important to be together as much as possible; from big family gatherings to just a few at a time, George looked forward to these moments. His best friend was Marcine Baze, they were together all the time.George loved his church family but loved Jesus more than anything. It was his desire for the world to know about the love of God. He was concerned that people serve Jesus.George passed from this life on Sunday, February 18, 2024, at Hillcrest Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma, surrounded by his family.He is survived by his dear friend Marcine Baze; children Debra (Michael) Schmidt, Tammy (John) Cartwright, Michael Burton, and Jenny (Tony Maker) Watashe; one brother Kenneth Burton; eleven grandchildren, and a host of great grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his parents George and Katie Burton; his siblings James Burton, Robert Burton, William McCamey, Barbara Schwab, Margaret Fitzsimmons, and Pansey Cox; one grandson Andrew McDaniel.Funeral service for George Burton will be at 11:00am, Friday, February 23, 2024, at First Christian Church of Hominy. Burial to follow at A J Powell Memorial Cemetery in Hominy, Oklahoma. Arrangements made by Powell Funeral Home.

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