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Southhaven Crematorium

3010 State Highway 74
Purcell, OK 73080
(405) 527-1530
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Wadley's Funeral Service

303 West Washington Street
Purcell, OK 73080
(405) 527-6687
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Wilson Little Funeral Homes

127 South Canadian Avenue
Purcell, OK 73080
(405) 527-6543
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Yoakum Damet Funeral Home

310 West Main Street
Purcell, OK 73080
(405) 527-6555
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Purcell OK Obituaries and Death Notices

Death Notices for week of March 23, 2017 - Loudoun Now

Monday, March 27, 2017

St. John the Apostle Cemetery. [Loudoun Funeral Chapel]Donald Joseph Van Alstyne, 60, died March 5. He was born Jan. 26, 1957. Services were held March 11 at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Purcellville. Memorial contributions may be to St. Andrews Presbyterian Church Mission Trip Fund. [Hall Funeral Home]...

Vail Daily obituary: Carl Dietz, 1937-2017 - Vail Daily News

Monday, February 27, 2017

Vail Valley for locals. They were business partners for 16 years. During the times when business was slow, Carl enjoyed being a ski instructor, popcorn wagon owner, maitre d' at Purcell's, tennis player, squash player and golfer. He was a founding member of B'nai Vail when he enlisted the help of Rabbi Stephen Foster of Temple Emanuel in Denver to bar mitzvah his son Michael. It was the first Jewish service in the Vail Valley, and soon a nascent congregation was born. Not one to blow his own horn, Carl was an active, if quiet, donor to many Vail Valley organizations. His goal was to make an impact, not a statement. He gave to many, never expecting, wanting or needing anything in return. His impact on the valley will be felt for generations. Carl Dietz is survived by his wife, Gail of 56 years, their children, Michael (Lisa), Craig (Leo Rodriguez), Leslie, and Matt (Cari). He is also survived by his grandchildren Kristin Dietz, Jeffrey Dietz, Sydney Dietz and Carson Dietz. He is survived by his siblings, Ruthellen Toole, Bob Dietz (D'Vora)and Suzi Beer-Dietz (Lenny).A memorial service is planned for sometime in the summer. In lieu of flowers, the family would ask that contributions/donations be made to a local charity of your choice.

Joseph E. Manger - Fredericksburg.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

Manger Christie (Bill), of Westcliffe, Colo. and Walter Edward Manger (Susan) of Durham, N.C.; stepchildren Margaret Grace Steber (Dave) of Antigo, Wisconsin, Catherine Ann Vespucci (Paul) of Purcellville, Donna Kokalas Cullins (Bryan) of Springfield; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Gloria Fay Manger.The family will receive friends from 4 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 19, at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg, 4801 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Fredericksburg, VA 22408.A service will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 20, at Fredericksburg United Methodist Church. A private interment will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery in Alexandria, Va.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Fredericksburg United Methodist Church, 308 Hanover St., Fredericksburg, VA 22401.Online guest book at covenantfuneralservice.com.#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }FuneralsArnette Jr., Clyde E.: Feb. 23, 1 p.m., Christ Episcopal Chruch, Charlotteville. Hill and Wood Funeral Home, Charlotteville.Nannie Gammon “Nancy” Brown: Feb. 22, 12:30 p.m., Johnson Funeral Home, Locust Grove.Brown, Maureen O.: Feb. 25, 11:30 a.m., St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Charlottesville. Kyger Funeral Homes & Crematory, Harrisonburg.Daniels, William: Feb. 21, 12 p.m., Johnson Funeral Home, Locust Grove.Greer–Carpenter, Maryann: Feb. 25, 11 a.m., Church of the Messiah, Fredericksburg. Johnson Funeral Home, Locust Grove.Harper, Raymond A., Rev.

Today's Funerals - Fayetteville Observer

Monday, January 30, 2017

Christian Light Missionary Baptist Church. Burial: Church cemetery. Wiseman Mortuary.Britt, Pamela, 54, of Elizabethtown, 1 p.m., Bladen Gaskins Funeral Home. Burial: Bladen Memorial Gardens. Purcell, Paul II,  49, of Greensboro, 1 p.m., Mount Carmel Deliverance Church. Burial: Center Grove MB Church Cemetery, Red Springs. Buie Funeral Home.Horne, Jean, of Raeford, 6 p.m., Crumpler Funeral Home.McQueen, Doreen, 60, of Laurinburg, 1 p.m., Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church. Burial: Hillside Memorial Park. Purcell Funeral Home.McKoy, Edgar, 97, of Elizabethtown, 11 a.m., Baldwin Branch Missionary Baptist Church. Burial: Church cemetery. Johnson's Funeral Service.Robinson, Amos, 84, of Lumberton, 1:30 p.m., Floyd's Temple No. 1 Holiness Church. Burial: Garden of Faith Cemetery. McKoy& Sons Mortuary.Wilson, Nola, 83, of Hope Mills, 11 a.m., Colvin Funeral Home chapel. Strickland, Shirley, 82, formerly of Clinton,  1 p.m., Butler & Son Funeral Home, Roseboro. Burial: Bearskin Baptist Church cemetery. Ball, James, of Fayetteville, 2 p.m., Aaron Lake Baptist Church. Memoriams Funeral Home.

Notable deaths in 2016 from around the region - Local News ... - Paducah Sun

Monday, January 09, 2017

Charles Edward Thompson Jr., 59, of Paducah. Local founder of the nonprofit "Heart USA," a program that helped people in need receive low cost or free medications.12: Bennie Purcell 86, of Murray. Murray State basketball star; helped the Racers win their first OVC basketball championship in 1951; first Racer to reach 1,000 career points; retired jersey no. 21. Toured with the Harlem Globetrotters. Former MSU assistant basketball coach and later MSU's tennis coach with 11 championships, including 10-straight OVC men's tennis championships in the 1980s. Named OVC Coach of the Year eight times. Six-time hall of fame selection including: National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) (1969), Murray State Athletics (1969), Ohio Valley Conference (1990), Kentucky USTA (1994), Intercollegiate Tennis Association (1999) and Mount Vernon High School (2011).14: William Amos "Bill" Usher, 86, of Paducah. Founded the local Christmas Cop organization. Owner and manager of Usher Transport for many years. President or Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce, Greater Paducah Industrial Development, Rotary Club, KITM (KY, IL, TN, MO) Traffic Club, Kentucky Motor Transport Association, National Tank Truck Carriers, Paducah Country Club, presided as president for two years as they transitioned to the new golf course. County chairman of the Democratic Party for 20 years, and helped found the GPIDA, Paducah's first industrial development group.14: Albert Timothy Daniels, 75, of Paducah. Career in broadcasting, disc jockey, known as Dr. Dan Daniels. He also worked as a program manager and marketing representative in the broadcast industry. His unique voice was heard on many on-air commercials. Albert played the first Beatles recording in this area just weeks before their "Ed Sullivan Show" appearance.14: Tot Waldon, 84, of Bandana. Served on the Ballard County School Board for 20 years. In 1968 he was one of the original 12 people to help organize the Ballard County Country Club and served as the fourth president.20: Patricia J. English, 78, of Calvert City. In 1989, opened Paducah's oldest quilt shop, "Quilter's Alley."21: Virginia Ruth (McClain) Stacey, 88, of Paducah. With her husband Coy, owned and operated Stacey's Restaurant in Paducah f...

CHARLES T. PRESLEY - El Dorado News-Times

Monday, December 19, 2016

Katelyn (Phillips), Osborn (David), Evan Phillips, Olivia Fuller, Ben Wilson, Chris Wilson, Mckayla Wilson, Ashton Charlston, and Athena Hailey Bruihl; siblings, Alfred Presley (Robbie), Rosie Purcelli (David), Beth King (Mike), and John Presley (Susan); brother-in-law, Frank Lamanoco (Martha); and numerous nieces; nephews and friends.He was preceded in death by both parents, Alfred H. Presley and Mary E. Presley.A private celebration of life ceremony was held at Camper Resort on Lake Travis in Austin.Contributions in memory of Tommy may be made to Kindred at Home Hospice, 3307 Northland Drive, Suite 300, Austin, Texas 78731.Arrangements are by Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home (512) 263-1511. Obituary and guest book available online at www.wcfish.com.

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Death Notices for week of March 23, 2017 - Loudoun Now

Monday, March 27, 2017

St. John the Apostle Cemetery. [Loudoun Funeral Chapel]Donald Joseph Van Alstyne, 60, died March 5. He was born Jan. 26, 1957. Services were held March 11 at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Purcellville. Memorial contributions may be to St. Andrews Presbyterian Church Mission Trip Fund. [Hall Funeral Home]...

Vail Daily obituary: Carl Dietz, 1937-2017 - Vail Daily News

Monday, February 27, 2017

Vail Valley for locals. They were business partners for 16 years. During the times when business was slow, Carl enjoyed being a ski instructor, popcorn wagon owner, maitre d' at Purcell's, tennis player, squash player and golfer. He was a founding member of B'nai Vail when he enlisted the help of Rabbi Stephen Foster of Temple Emanuel in Denver to bar mitzvah his son Michael. It was the first Jewish service in the Vail Valley, and soon a nascent congregation was born. Not one to blow his own horn, Carl was an active, if quiet, donor to many Vail Valley organizations. His goal was to make an impact, not a statement. He gave to many, never expecting, wanting or needing anything in return. His impact on the valley will be felt for generations. Carl Dietz is survived by his wife, Gail of 56 years, their children, Michael (Lisa), Craig (Leo Rodriguez), Leslie, and Matt (Cari). He is also survived by his grandchildren Kristin Dietz, Jeffrey Dietz, Sydney Dietz and Carson Dietz. He is survived by his siblings, Ruthellen Toole, Bob Dietz (D'Vora)and Suzi Beer-Dietz (Lenny).A memorial service is planned for sometime in the summer. In lieu of flowers, the family would ask that contributions/donations be made to a local charity of your choice.

Joseph E. Manger - Fredericksburg.com

Monday, February 20, 2017

Manger Christie (Bill), of Westcliffe, Colo. and Walter Edward Manger (Susan) of Durham, N.C.; stepchildren Margaret Grace Steber (Dave) of Antigo, Wisconsin, Catherine Ann Vespucci (Paul) of Purcellville, Donna Kokalas Cullins (Bryan) of Springfield; nine grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Gloria Fay Manger.The family will receive friends from 4 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 19, at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg, 4801 Jefferson Davis Hwy., Fredericksburg, VA 22408.A service will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 20, at Fredericksburg United Methodist Church. A private interment will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery in Alexandria, Va.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Fredericksburg United Methodist Church, 308 Hanover St., Fredericksburg, VA 22401.Online guest book at covenantfuneralservice.com.#ndn-video-player-3.ndn_embedded .ndn_floatContainer { margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 20px; }FuneralsArnette Jr., Clyde E.: Feb. 23, 1 p.m., Christ Episcopal Chruch, Charlotteville. Hill and Wood Funeral Home, Charlotteville.Nannie Gammon “Nancy” Brown: Feb. 22, 12:30 p.m., Johnson Funeral Home, Locust Grove.Brown, Maureen O.: Feb. 25, 11:30 a.m., St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, Charlottesville. Kyger Funeral Homes & Crematory, Harrisonburg.Daniels, William: Feb. 21, 12 p.m., Johnson Funeral Home, Locust Grove.Greer–Carpenter, Maryann: Feb. 25, 11 a.m., Church of the Messiah, Fredericksburg. Johnson Funeral Home, Locust Grove.Harper, Raymond A., Rev.

Today's Funerals - Fayetteville Observer

Monday, January 30, 2017

Christian Light Missionary Baptist Church. Burial: Church cemetery. Wiseman Mortuary.Britt, Pamela, 54, of Elizabethtown, 1 p.m., Bladen Gaskins Funeral Home. Burial: Bladen Memorial Gardens. Purcell, Paul II,  49, of Greensboro, 1 p.m., Mount Carmel Deliverance Church. Burial: Center Grove MB Church Cemetery, Red Springs. Buie Funeral Home.Horne, Jean, of Raeford, 6 p.m., Crumpler Funeral Home.McQueen, Doreen, 60, of Laurinburg, 1 p.m., Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church. Burial: Hillside Memorial Park. Purcell Funeral Home.McKoy, Edgar, 97, of Elizabethtown, 11 a.m., Baldwin Branch Missionary Baptist Church. Burial: Church cemetery. Johnson's Funeral Service.Robinson, Amos, 84, of Lumberton, 1:30 p.m., Floyd's Temple No. 1 Holiness Church. Burial: Garden of Faith Cemetery. McKoy& Sons Mortuary.Wilson, Nola, 83, of Hope Mills, 11 a.m., Colvin Funeral Home chapel. Strickland, Shirley, 82, formerly of Clinton,  1 p.m., Butler & Son Funeral Home, Roseboro. Burial: Bearskin Baptist Church cemetery. Ball, James, of Fayetteville, 2 p.m., Aaron Lake Baptist Church. Memoriams Funeral Home.

Notable deaths in 2016 from around the region - Local News ... - Paducah Sun

Monday, January 09, 2017

Charles Edward Thompson Jr., 59, of Paducah. Local founder of the nonprofit "Heart USA," a program that helped people in need receive low cost or free medications.12: Bennie Purcell 86, of Murray. Murray State basketball star; helped the Racers win their first OVC basketball championship in 1951; first Racer to reach 1,000 career points; retired jersey no. 21. Toured with the Harlem Globetrotters. Former MSU assistant basketball coach and later MSU's tennis coach with 11 championships, including 10-straight OVC men's tennis championships in the 1980s. Named OVC Coach of the Year eight times. Six-time hall of fame selection including: National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) (1969), Murray State Athletics (1969), Ohio Valley Conference (1990), Kentucky USTA (1994), Intercollegiate Tennis Association (1999) and Mount Vernon High School (2011).14: William Amos "Bill" Usher, 86, of Paducah. Founded the local Christmas Cop organization. Owner and manager of Usher Transport for many years. President or Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce, Greater Paducah Industrial Development, Rotary Club, KITM (KY, IL, TN, MO) Traffic Club, Kentucky Motor Transport Association, National Tank Truck Carriers, Paducah Country Club, presided as president for two years as they transitioned to the new golf course. County chairman of the Democratic Party for 20 years, and helped found the GPIDA, Paducah's first industrial development group.14: Albert Timothy Daniels, 75, of Paducah. Career in broadcasting, disc jockey, known as Dr. Dan Daniels. He also worked as a program manager and marketing representative in the broadcast industry. His unique voice was heard on many on-air commercials. Albert played the first Beatles recording in this area just weeks before their "Ed Sullivan Show" appearance.14: Tot Waldon, 84, of Bandana. Served on the Ballard County School Board for 20 years. In 1968 he was one of the original 12 people to help organize the Ballard County Country Club and served as the fourth president.20: Patricia J. English, 78, of Calvert City. In 1989, opened Paducah's oldest quilt shop, "Quilter's Alley."21: Virginia Ruth (McClain) Stacey, 88, of Paducah. With her husband Coy, owned and operated Stacey's Restaurant in Paducah f...

CHARLES T. PRESLEY - El Dorado News-Times

Monday, December 19, 2016

Katelyn (Phillips), Osborn (David), Evan Phillips, Olivia Fuller, Ben Wilson, Chris Wilson, Mckayla Wilson, Ashton Charlston, and Athena Hailey Bruihl; siblings, Alfred Presley (Robbie), Rosie Purcelli (David), Beth King (Mike), and John Presley (Susan); brother-in-law, Frank Lamanoco (Martha); and numerous nieces; nephews and friends.He was preceded in death by both parents, Alfred H. Presley and Mary E. Presley.A private celebration of life ceremony was held at Camper Resort on Lake Travis in Austin.Contributions in memory of Tommy may be made to Kindred at Home Hospice, 3307 Northland Drive, Suite 300, Austin, Texas 78731.Arrangements are by Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home (512) 263-1511. Obituary and guest book available online at www.wcfish.com.