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Mcneil's Mustang Funeral Service

525 West State Highway 152
Mustang, OK 73064
(405) 376-1616
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Edwin Recknagel

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Shelby Club of America. Survivors include four children, Tammy Ray and her husband Jesse of Fort Smith, AR, Karl Recknagel and his wife Dayla of Enid, Chris Recknagel and his wife Sharon of Mustang, OK and Erin Recknagel of Yukon, OK, eight grandchildren, Josh Ray and his wife Sarah, Jacob Ray and his wife Haley, Kyle Recknagel, Blake Recknagel, Corban Recknagel, Cade Recknagel, Camden Recknagel and Caitlyn Recknagel and two great-grandchildren, Hudson Ray and Harrison Ray and a long- time friend, Myra Wandry.Online condolences may be left and viewing of the service at www.ladusauevans.com.

Joseph E. 'Joe' Smoot - Hampshire Review

Monday, March 27, 2017

He also worked for Paul Clem driving the wrecker and volunteered at the Romney Rescue Squad.  Joe was a “Jack of all trades” with a particular interest and love for Mustangs and working on cars, doing all his own maintenance. He was a “happy go lucky” kind of spirit who would help anyone do most anything.  He was a regular at Sheetz and McDonalds and his good-hearted ways will be missed by many.He is survived by 3 brothers, Gary T. Kidner and wife Susie of Romney, John W. Smoot and wife Barbara of Stephens City, Va., and David F. Smoot and companion Rebecca Marsh; his sister, Rebecca A. “Becky” Baker and husband Ronnie of Romney; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.Funeral Services will be held at a later date. Call Shaffer Funeral Home at 304-822-3511 for inquiries.Arrangements are being handled by Shaffer Funeral Home in Romney.

Deaths listings for March 2, 2017 - NewsOK.com

Monday, March 06, 2017

Hofer, Diana Sue, 62, died Feb. 28. Memorial services 1 p.m. Friday (John M. Ireland, Moore).MULDROWSexton, Donnie Eugene, 64, died Feb. 28. Services 1 p.m. Friday (Agent Mallory-Martin, Sallisaw).MUSTANGBaker, Alton B., 73, died Feb. 18. Memorial services 2 p.m. Saturday, The Bridge Assembly of God (McNeil's, Mustang).NORMANHaase, Kailyn Renee, infant daughter of Daniel Haase and Shelby Calvert, died Feb. 24. Services 10 a.m. Saturday (Primrose, Norman).OKEENEJantzen, Mayola, 90, died Feb. 27. Services 11 a.m. Friday, Homestead Bible Church, Homestead (Wilkinson Mortuary, Okeene).OKLAHOMA CITYBurch, Wayne Lee, 46, died Feb. 26. Services 2 p.m. Friday, First United Methodist Church, Blanchard (Eisenhour, Blanchard).Cotton, Erma D., 66, died Feb. 24. Services 1 p.m. Thursday (Temple and Sons, Oklahoma City).Dutton, Alline, 74, died Feb. 28. Services 2 p.m. Friday (Absolute Economical, Oklahoma City).Gaddis, Owens Willie, 90, died Feb. 22. Services 10:30 a.m. Friday, Greater Bethel Baptist Church (Howard-Harris, Oklahoma City).Horton, Bobby Ann, 83, died Feb. 27. Graveside services 11 a.m. Saturday, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Pauls Valley (Advantage, Oklahoma City).Humphrey, Lou, 92, died Feb. 28. Services 2 p.m. Saturday (Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper, Oklahoma City).Jackson, Inez, 92. Services 11 a.m. Saturday, Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church (Heritage, Oklahoma City).Jones, Opal Mae, 92, died Feb. 23. Services 11 a.m. Saturday, St. John Missionary Bapist Church (Temple and Sons, Oklahoma City).Jones, Mandy Dawn, 39, died Feb. 27. Services 11 a.m. Saturday (John M. Ireland, Moore).Matthews, Joy Lee, 86, died Feb. 24. Services 10 a.m. Friday (Vondel L. Smith & Son at South Lakes, Oklahoma City).McCandless, Ralph E., 65, died Feb. 26. Private services (Affordable Cremation Service, Oklahoma City).Nelson, Sivina, 95, died Feb. 28. Graveside services 2 p.m. Friday, Sunny Lane Cemetery, Del City (Bill Merritt, Bethany).O'Dell, Barbara Jean, 74, died Feb. 21. No services (Advantage, Oklahoma City).Parks, Arnold J., 77, died Feb. 27. Services 11 a.m. Saturday (Sunny Lane, Del City).Perkins, E. Louise, 70, died Feb. 23. Services 2 p.m. Friday (Sunny Lane, Del City).PAWHUSKAOverstreet, Michelle, 64, died Feb. 26. No services (Stumpff, Bartlesville).PRAGUEThompson, Christine, 77, died Feb. 27. Services 10 a.m. Friday (Parks Brothers, Prague).SALLISAWRogers, Wanda Lorene, 74, died Feb. 28. Services 10...

Three dead after Perry County crash - WKYT

Monday, October 17, 2016

HAZARD, Ky. (WKYT) - Kentucky State Police say three people have died after a crash in Cornettsville in Perry County.Kentucky State Police say a Ford Mustang crossed the center line on Kentucky Highway 7 near the Kentucky 699 intersection. The mustang hit a Chevrolet Silverado head-on. Officers responded to the call around 4:30 Saturday evening.Kentucky State Police say the driver of the Ford Mustang,Christopher Todd Hill, 44, of Hazard, and the driver of the Chevrolet Silverado, James Sams, 68, of Wooton, died as a result of the crash. The Perry County deputy coroner pronounced them dead at the scene.Troopers say another man in Sams' truck, Harold Halcomb, 68, of Hazard was flown to Pikeville Medical Center, where he later died.Police believe none of the victims were wearing a seat belt. Toxicology samples were obtained from both drivers, which is normal procedure in a fatal crash investigation, and results are pending.Both lanes of Highway 7 were closed for hours, but reopened late Saturday night.Maggard Funeral Homes will handle funeral services for Hill and Halcomb. Walker Funeral Home in Hyden will handle the service for Sams.

Schroeder, Jacqueline Jean - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, October 03, 2016

Nebraska, at 6:30pm Tuesday, October 4th, and the FUNERAL will be at Mary Our Queen Church, October 5th at 10am. Online condolences may be made at: www.mcneilsfuneral.com McNeil's Funeral Service Mustang, OK 405-376-1616...

Leo Gray, member of original Tuskegee Airmen, dies at 92 - Sun Sentinel

Monday, September 26, 2016

He was then stationed in Italy, where he flew 15 combat missions as a pilot with the 100th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group, which protected Allied bombers. He flew the P-51 Mustang, also referred to as a "Red Tail," logging 750 flight hours."He said he never got a chance to shoot down any Germans, but he was ready to," said Gray's friend, Maj. Nate Osgood of the Broward Sheriff's Office. "[The Tuskegee Airmen] were true pioneers of the civil rights movement."In 2013, the Broward Sheriff's Office recognized Gray, along with Col. Eldridge Williams and Judge Richard Rutledge, for serving their country while battling racism and bigotry.After the war, Gray earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in agricultural economics and became an executive with the U.S. Department of Agriculture until his retirement in 1984.Gray played a leading role in the Tuskegee Airmen Inc. organization, which provides scholarships to minorities studying aviation and aerospace. He served as president of the Miami and East Coast chapters."I'm very proud of him and what he's accomplished," said his son, Roger Gray, who served in the Navy and in the Air Force reserves.Gray's youngest daughter, Kathryn Bryant, has fond memories of many summer road trips the family would take when Gray had to travel for work."He was an awesome dad. He was our hero, and not everyone can say that about their dad," she said. "He was very supportive. He was proud of his children."Gray is also survived by his wife, Dianne Gray, and daughter Lynet...

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Edwin Recknagel

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Shelby Club of America. Survivors include four children, Tammy Ray and her husband Jesse of Fort Smith, AR, Karl Recknagel and his wife Dayla of Enid, Chris Recknagel and his wife Sharon of Mustang, OK and Erin Recknagel of Yukon, OK, eight grandchildren, Josh Ray and his wife Sarah, Jacob Ray and his wife Haley, Kyle Recknagel, Blake Recknagel, Corban Recknagel, Cade Recknagel, Camden Recknagel and Caitlyn Recknagel and two great-grandchildren, Hudson Ray and Harrison Ray and a long- time friend, Myra Wandry.Online condolences may be left and viewing of the service at www.ladusauevans.com.

Joseph E. 'Joe' Smoot - Hampshire Review

Monday, March 27, 2017

He also worked for Paul Clem driving the wrecker and volunteered at the Romney Rescue Squad.  Joe was a “Jack of all trades” with a particular interest and love for Mustangs and working on cars, doing all his own maintenance. He was a “happy go lucky” kind of spirit who would help anyone do most anything.  He was a regular at Sheetz and McDonalds and his good-hearted ways will be missed by many.He is survived by 3 brothers, Gary T. Kidner and wife Susie of Romney, John W. Smoot and wife Barbara of Stephens City, Va., and David F. Smoot and companion Rebecca Marsh; his sister, Rebecca A. “Becky” Baker and husband Ronnie of Romney; and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.Funeral Services will be held at a later date. Call Shaffer Funeral Home at 304-822-3511 for inquiries.Arrangements are being handled by Shaffer Funeral Home in Romney.

Deaths listings for March 2, 2017 - NewsOK.com

Monday, March 06, 2017

Hofer, Diana Sue, 62, died Feb. 28. Memorial services 1 p.m. Friday (John M. Ireland, Moore).MULDROWSexton, Donnie Eugene, 64, died Feb. 28. Services 1 p.m. Friday (Agent Mallory-Martin, Sallisaw).MUSTANGBaker, Alton B., 73, died Feb. 18. Memorial services 2 p.m. Saturday, The Bridge Assembly of God (McNeil's, Mustang).NORMANHaase, Kailyn Renee, infant daughter of Daniel Haase and Shelby Calvert, died Feb. 24. Services 10 a.m. Saturday (Primrose, Norman).OKEENEJantzen, Mayola, 90, died Feb. 27. Services 11 a.m. Friday, Homestead Bible Church, Homestead (Wilkinson Mortuary, Okeene).OKLAHOMA CITYBurch, Wayne Lee, 46, died Feb. 26. Services 2 p.m. Friday, First United Methodist Church, Blanchard (Eisenhour, Blanchard).Cotton, Erma D., 66, died Feb. 24. Services 1 p.m. Thursday (Temple and Sons, Oklahoma City).Dutton, Alline, 74, died Feb. 28. Services 2 p.m. Friday (Absolute Economical, Oklahoma City).Gaddis, Owens Willie, 90, died Feb. 22. Services 10:30 a.m. Friday, Greater Bethel Baptist Church (Howard-Harris, Oklahoma City).Horton, Bobby Ann, 83, died Feb. 27. Graveside services 11 a.m. Saturday, Mount Olivet Cemetery, Pauls Valley (Advantage, Oklahoma City).Humphrey, Lou, 92, died Feb. 28. Services 2 p.m. Saturday (Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper, Oklahoma City).Jackson, Inez, 92. Services 11 a.m. Saturday, Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church (Heritage, Oklahoma City).Jones, Opal Mae, 92, died Feb. 23. Services 11 a.m. Saturday, St. John Missionary Bapist Church (Temple and Sons, Oklahoma City).Jones, Mandy Dawn, 39, died Feb. 27. Services 11 a.m. Saturday (John M. Ireland, Moore).Matthews, Joy Lee, 86, died Feb. 24. Services 10 a.m. Friday (Vondel L. Smith & Son at South Lakes, Oklahoma City).McCandless, Ralph E., 65, died Feb. 26. Private services (Affordable Cremation Service, Oklahoma City).Nelson, Sivina, 95, died Feb. 28. Graveside services 2 p.m. Friday, Sunny Lane Cemetery, Del City (Bill Merritt, Bethany).O'Dell, Barbara Jean, 74, died Feb. 21. No services (Advantage, Oklahoma City).Parks, Arnold J., 77, died Feb. 27. Services 11 a.m. Saturday (Sunny Lane, Del City).Perkins, E. Louise, 70, died Feb. 23. Services 2 p.m. Friday (Sunny Lane, Del City).PAWHUSKAOverstreet, Michelle, 64, died Feb. 26. No services (Stumpff, Bartlesville).PRAGUEThompson, Christine, 77, died Feb. 27. Services 10 a.m. Friday (Parks Brothers, Prague).SALLISAWRogers, Wanda Lorene, 74, died Feb. 28. Services 10...

Three dead after Perry County crash - WKYT

Monday, October 17, 2016

HAZARD, Ky. (WKYT) - Kentucky State Police say three people have died after a crash in Cornettsville in Perry County.Kentucky State Police say a Ford Mustang crossed the center line on Kentucky Highway 7 near the Kentucky 699 intersection. The mustang hit a Chevrolet Silverado head-on. Officers responded to the call around 4:30 Saturday evening.Kentucky State Police say the driver of the Ford Mustang,Christopher Todd Hill, 44, of Hazard, and the driver of the Chevrolet Silverado, James Sams, 68, of Wooton, died as a result of the crash. The Perry County deputy coroner pronounced them dead at the scene.Troopers say another man in Sams' truck, Harold Halcomb, 68, of Hazard was flown to Pikeville Medical Center, where he later died.Police believe none of the victims were wearing a seat belt. Toxicology samples were obtained from both drivers, which is normal procedure in a fatal crash investigation, and results are pending.Both lanes of Highway 7 were closed for hours, but reopened late Saturday night.Maggard Funeral Homes will handle funeral services for Hill and Halcomb. Walker Funeral Home in Hyden will handle the service for Sams.

Schroeder, Jacqueline Jean - Omaha World-Herald

Monday, October 03, 2016

Nebraska, at 6:30pm Tuesday, October 4th, and the FUNERAL will be at Mary Our Queen Church, October 5th at 10am. Online condolences may be made at: www.mcneilsfuneral.com McNeil's Funeral Service Mustang, OK 405-376-1616...

Leo Gray, member of original Tuskegee Airmen, dies at 92 - Sun Sentinel

Monday, September 26, 2016

He was then stationed in Italy, where he flew 15 combat missions as a pilot with the 100th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group, which protected Allied bombers. He flew the P-51 Mustang, also referred to as a "Red Tail," logging 750 flight hours."He said he never got a chance to shoot down any Germans, but he was ready to," said Gray's friend, Maj. Nate Osgood of the Broward Sheriff's Office. "[The Tuskegee Airmen] were true pioneers of the civil rights movement."In 2013, the Broward Sheriff's Office recognized Gray, along with Col. Eldridge Williams and Judge Richard Rutledge, for serving their country while battling racism and bigotry.After the war, Gray earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in agricultural economics and became an executive with the U.S. Department of Agriculture until his retirement in 1984.Gray played a leading role in the Tuskegee Airmen Inc. organization, which provides scholarships to minorities studying aviation and aerospace. He served as president of the Miami and East Coast chapters."I'm very proud of him and what he's accomplished," said his son, Roger Gray, who served in the Navy and in the Air Force reserves.Gray's youngest daughter, Kathryn Bryant, has fond memories of many summer road trips the family would take when Gray had to travel for work."He was an awesome dad. He was our hero, and not everyone can say that about their dad," she said. "He was very supportive. He was proud of his children."Gray is also survived by his wife, Dianne Gray, and daughter Lynet...