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Adcock Funeral Home

101 West Conner Avenue
Fairland, OK 74343
(918) 676-5077
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Cooper Althouse Funeral Home

118 North Main
Fairland, OK 74343
(918) 676-3311
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William Wayne Wright – Daily Journal - Daily Journal

Monday, September 05, 2016

Mariana Lee of Edinburgh and five step children, Jeanette Freeman of Columbus, Imogene Rogers and Marion Kirby of Edinburgh, Charlene Cassidy of Martinsville, and Larry Higdon of Fairland and 22 grandchildren.A funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday with Father Clem Davis officiating at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Edinburgh. Calling will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Monday at Eskew-Eaton Funeral Home in Edinburgh with the Rosary Service at 4 p.m. Burial will be at Rest Haven Cemetery in Edinburgh.

Educator and volunteer Margie Schroeter was always there - The Picayune

Monday, August 15, 2016

Chevy pickup, which she then used to get students to and from class.Margie taught and substituted for 36 years.She, her husband and their two daughters, Donna and Gay Nell, moved to the Fairland area, where they ranched."She was my sixth-grade teacher," Cervantez recalled. "In the 1960s, she and her husband would teach people to read at what was the old senior community center. They just had this heart for helping people."It showed every day when Schroeter volunteered at the thrift store. Cervantez recalled joining the store 18 years ago as a cashier and spotting Schroeter."I saw her and thought, 'That's Ms. Schroeter,'" Cervantez said. "I called her 'Ms. Schroeter,' but she said, 'Virginia, you call me Margie.' And in the way she said it, she meant it."Throughout the years, Schroeter drove into Marble Falls on her volunteer days from her ranch. Sometimes, it meant Schroeter had to leave before the sun was up to get to the store and begin sorting through the donations and preparing items for the floor."Her area was linens," Yturri said. "And she took it seriously. Margie, you would count on her. She contributed her time and energy. She didn't have to, but she did."Two of the many things Yturri and Cervantez believe people could learn from Schroeter are consistency and dedication."She really cared about what she did," Cervantez said. "She wasn't just going through the motions here. She put her heart into it."And no matter what was going on around her or how crazy things became, it didn't rattle Schroeter."She was very level-headed and just calm about things," Certantez added.Schroeter, who was a great cook, chipped in by bringing home-cooked goodies for the coffee table. Those put a smile on everyone's faces.Even in her 90s, Schroeter could still work the ranch. During heavy rains several years ago, Yturri and Cervantez recalled that Schroeter headed out on the ranch to make some repairs."That was just that independence she had," Yturri said. "It was just who she was.""Yeah, there's a lot people could learn from Margie," Cervantez added. "We'll miss her. She was special to us."A service was Aug. 5 at Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Marble Falls. Go to clementswilcoxfuneralhome.com to offer condolences.daniel@thepicayune.com...

Harold Dean Hensley

Monday, July 11, 2016

Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home, Grove, Oklahoma 918-786-2261. Harold Dean Hensley, 56, passed away on June 28, 2016 after a tragic accident in Fairland, Oklahoma.Dean was born on April 12, 1960 in Blytheville, Arkansas. He was the son of Harold B Hensley and Edna Mae (Moss) Templin. After 24 years of service, Dean retired from the United States Navy as a Chief Petty Officer. He was united in marriage to Virginia Louise Goodart in 1982. Dean had earned a Masters degree in Science. Dean loved tinkering with electronics, he loved being challenged and could fix anything. Harold also enjoyed music, there wasn’t an instrument that he couldn’t pick up and start playing. He would always help anyone who needed him.Dean was preceded in death by his father; Harold B. Hensley and step mother Sue Hensley, and one son Robert Hensley, and grannie Marie Moss. He is survived by his wife; Virginia Hensley of the home, his mother Edna Templin of Ozark, Missouri, two daughters Tina Franks and her husband Daniel of Fairland, Oklahoma, and Amanda Hensley of Grove, Oklahoma, and son Richard Hensley of the home.. Harold was blessed with four...

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William Wayne Wright – Daily Journal - Daily Journal

Monday, September 05, 2016

Mariana Lee of Edinburgh and five step children, Jeanette Freeman of Columbus, Imogene Rogers and Marion Kirby of Edinburgh, Charlene Cassidy of Martinsville, and Larry Higdon of Fairland and 22 grandchildren.A funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday with Father Clem Davis officiating at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Edinburgh. Calling will be from 2 to 4 p.m. Monday at Eskew-Eaton Funeral Home in Edinburgh with the Rosary Service at 4 p.m. Burial will be at Rest Haven Cemetery in Edinburgh.

Educator and volunteer Margie Schroeter was always there - The Picayune

Monday, August 15, 2016

Chevy pickup, which she then used to get students to and from class.Margie taught and substituted for 36 years.She, her husband and their two daughters, Donna and Gay Nell, moved to the Fairland area, where they ranched."She was my sixth-grade teacher," Cervantez recalled. "In the 1960s, she and her husband would teach people to read at what was the old senior community center. They just had this heart for helping people."It showed every day when Schroeter volunteered at the thrift store. Cervantez recalled joining the store 18 years ago as a cashier and spotting Schroeter."I saw her and thought, 'That's Ms. Schroeter,'" Cervantez said. "I called her 'Ms. Schroeter,' but she said, 'Virginia, you call me Margie.' And in the way she said it, she meant it."Throughout the years, Schroeter drove into Marble Falls on her volunteer days from her ranch. Sometimes, it meant Schroeter had to leave before the sun was up to get to the store and begin sorting through the donations and preparing items for the floor."Her area was linens," Yturri said. "And she took it seriously. Margie, you would count on her. She contributed her time and energy. She didn't have to, but she did."Two of the many things Yturri and Cervantez believe people could learn from Schroeter are consistency and dedication."She really cared about what she did," Cervantez said. "She wasn't just going through the motions here. She put her heart into it."And no matter what was going on around her or how crazy things became, it didn't rattle Schroeter."She was very level-headed and just calm about things," Certantez added.Schroeter, who was a great cook, chipped in by bringing home-cooked goodies for the coffee table. Those put a smile on everyone's faces.Even in her 90s, Schroeter could still work the ranch. During heavy rains several years ago, Yturri and Cervantez recalled that Schroeter headed out on the ranch to make some repairs."That was just that independence she had," Yturri said. "It was just who she was.""Yeah, there's a lot people could learn from Margie," Cervantez added. "We'll miss her. She was special to us."A service was Aug. 5 at Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home in Marble Falls. Go to clementswilcoxfuneralhome.com to offer condolences.daniel@thepicayune.com...

Harold Dean Hensley

Monday, July 11, 2016

Worley-Luginbuel Funeral Home, Grove, Oklahoma 918-786-2261. Harold Dean Hensley, 56, passed away on June 28, 2016 after a tragic accident in Fairland, Oklahoma.Dean was born on April 12, 1960 in Blytheville, Arkansas. He was the son of Harold B Hensley and Edna Mae (Moss) Templin. After 24 years of service, Dean retired from the United States Navy as a Chief Petty Officer. He was united in marriage to Virginia Louise Goodart in 1982. Dean had earned a Masters degree in Science. Dean loved tinkering with electronics, he loved being challenged and could fix anything. Harold also enjoyed music, there wasn’t an instrument that he couldn’t pick up and start playing. He would always help anyone who needed him.Dean was preceded in death by his father; Harold B. Hensley and step mother Sue Hensley, and one son Robert Hensley, and grannie Marie Moss. He is survived by his wife; Virginia Hensley of the home, his mother Edna Templin of Ozark, Missouri, two daughters Tina Franks and her husband Daniel of Fairland, Oklahoma, and Amanda Hensley of Grove, Oklahoma, and son Richard Hensley of the home.. Harold was blessed with four...