Heather Nay Armstrong, a lifetime resident of Wynnewood, OK, was born on January 9, 1972 in Pauls Valley, OK to Roxanne Ruth and David M. (Boadie) Armstrong.
Heather passed away in Purcell, OK on July 2, 2020 at the age of 48. Heather grew up and graduated Wynnewood High School in 1990 then went on a spent two years at East Central University.
She had worked in her youth at David’s Food Center and later in life as a Pharmacy Tech for the Chickasaw Nation.
She is preceded in death by her Paternal Grandparents - T.L. and Jean Armstrong, Maternal Grandfather - Tom Ruth, three uncles - Terry and Mark Ruth, and Tommy Armstrong.
She is survived by her Father - David M. (Boadie) Armstrong and wife Kristi of Wynnewood, OK, Mother - Roxanne Ruth of Whitesboro, TX, Husband of 21 years - Nemecio Romero, Maternal Grandmother - Margaret Ruth of Edmond, OK, three aunts - Candy Raper and husband Wyman of Whitesboro, TX, Robin Gibson and husband Tony of Paoli, OK, Janet Keene and husband Robert of Edmond, OK, two uncles - Terry Armstrong and wife Teresa of New Hampshire, Wayne Armstrong and wife Barbara of Broken Arrow, OK, two nephews - David and Junior Romero, Niece - Lisbeth Romero, Cousin Heath Raper and wife Margie.
Services were held on Tuesday, July 7, 2020 at 10:00am. Graveside at Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood, OK officiated by Rev. Eddie Dye.
Visitation was Monday, July 6, 2020 at DeArman Funeral Home in Wynnewood from 4 to 7pm. Services are under the direction of DeArman Funeral Home of Wynnewood.
James Steve Jones was born on February 18, 1944 to George Steve Jones and Bertie Tate Jones in Wynnewood, Ok.
He took his last breath here and first breath in heaven on June 18, 2020 in Oklahoma City, Ok at Tuscany Village Nursing Center at the age of 76 years and 4 months.
His loving daughters were at his side. Shirley and Carolyn held his hands, prayed for him, snag songs of comfort to him and shared their love and that of his entire family with him as he made his way to his heavenly home.
James attended school in Wynnewood and graduated from Wynnewood High School. He made Wynnewood his home and worked at a local Service Station, then worked for Joy School as a bus driver and a custodian for several years. He then worked for Wynnewood Housing Authority as a maintenance man until he retired at 65. James served in the Oklahoma National Guard for six years.
His favorite hobbies were watching TV and drinking lots of coffee. He was a hard worker and a true friend. He loved his family dearly.
James leaves a legacy of kindness to all people. He will be remembered for his gentle, good nature. He was soft spoken and a man of few words, but he was an outstanding example of humility, kindness and love.
He wore a sweet smile and if you knew him, you’ll no doubt remember him as one of the good guys and one of the sweetest men you ever met.
James accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior as a teenager attending the Church of Christ in Wynnewood, Ok. The family finds great comfort and peace in knowing they will see him again.
He was preceded in death by a daughter, Cathy Jones Yzaguirre; an infant son, David Steve Jones; his parents; a sister, Ruby Jones Byrum; two half brothers, ira Womack and Glen Jones and three half sisters, Juanita Fannin, Mary Lou Pybus and Imogene Neill.
Those left behind to cherish his memory are his daughters and son in laws; Shirley and Bob Baker of Oklahoma City and Carolyn and Carl Siler of Shawnee; a brother, Grover Jones of Dallas, Texas; a sister and her husband, Virginia and Bill Lee of Wynnewood; four granddaughters; five grandsons and 13 great grandchildren; an a host of nephews nieces, cousins and family who loved him dearly.
His family showed an outpouring of love for him with a graveside memorial service on Saturday, June 27, 2020. He was laid to rest at Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood, Ok.
James was honored for his service in the Army National Guard. The ceremonial paying of resprct to a Veteran is the final demonstratiopn of a grateful nation.
The National Guard Honor Team performed their ceremony of playing Taps and the presentation of the American Flag to the next of kin.
As the Honor Guards marched and knelt in front of James’ two daughters; they thanked them for his service and presented to each of them a burial flag.
That gesture was a touching moment worth a thousand words to the family.
James received his final salute.
Alexandria Nickole Morrison, of Wynnewood, passed away June 28, 2020 near Wynnewood, Oklahoma at the age of 18 years.
Alexandria was born March 22, 2002 in Norman, Oklahoma. She grew up in the Wynnewood area and is a 2019 Graduate of EPIC Charter School.
“Alex” worked as a Seamstress at Cover Craft. She attended the First Assembly of God Church of Pauls Valley. She was preceded in death by grandfather, Dale Walker and grandfather, Gray Burrows.
Her surviving family include her mother and step dad, Melany and Kevin Hawkins; her dad and stepmother, Kendal and Melna Morrison; grandparents, Kay and Terry Reeves, and Oleta Walker; step grandparents, Thurman and Ada Hawkins, and Rosie Householder; great grandparents, Robert and Odessa Grogan; her brother, Rickydale Morrison; step brothers, Hunter Richmond and Emory Moyer; step sisters, Kinsey Hawkins and Mercedes Lamb; as well as a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and one niece.
Memorial services will be held by the church and the family on Sunday, July 5, 2020 at 3:00 pm at the First Assembly of God Church of Pauls Valley officiated by Pastor Roger Rounsaville.
Services for cremation are under the direction of Stufflebean-Coffey Funeral Home. We invite you to send a message of condolence and view the family’s guestbook at www.stufflebeanfuneralhome.com.
Antoinette Lynn Feuerbach, a resident of Wynnewood, OK, was born on November 3, 1958 in Frankfurt, Germany to Inez (Lester) and Chester Frare.
She passed away at her home in Wynnewood on June 30, 2020 at the age of 61. Mrs. Feuerbach spent time in many places following her fathers service in the military. She married Kurt A. Feuerbach on May 26, 1984 in Ardmore, OK. She had spent her life as a homemaker.
She was preceded in death by her mother - Inez Frare.
She is survived by her husband Kurt of their home in Wynnewood, 2 sons - Kory Feuerbach of Wynnewood, Korbin Feuerbach and wife Katy of Wynnewood, grandson - Ian, and her father - Chester Frare of Bethany.
Private Services will be held on Friday July 3, 2020 at DeArman Funeral Chapel in Wynnewood officiated by Mike Boswell with interment following at Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood. Services are under the direction of DeArman Funeral Home of Wynnewood.
Daniel Thomas Sprouse was born in Litchfield, Illinois, to John Denson and Ethel (Kaldi) Sprouse on December 30, 1952. He died June 25, 2020 leaving behind his wife of 40 years, Candace Blalock, son Justin Sprouse (Oklahoma City) and daughter Brittany Scruggs, her husband Kevin, and their triplets Harper, Jeter, and Brier Scruggs of Lindsay.
Dan graduated from the Honors program of Illinois State University in 1975 then received his Juris Doctor degree from Oklahoma City University Law School in 1978.
Initially employed with his dream job at Legal Aid of Western Oklahoma, he decided that it would be best for the family to move to Pauls Valley where he opened his own practice in 1981.
Dan was asked to serve on the Human Rights Committee of the Garvin County Community Living Center in 1982 and served continually in that position for 38 years.
He became active in the local Garvin County Bar Association and took charge of the annual continuing legal education seminars for more than a decade.
Dan was elected to the Board of Governors for the State Bar Association for 2 terms in 1998. He was Vice-President of the Bar Association in 2002.
Dan was appointed to several municipal judgeships in Garvin County, and held those positions in Pauls Valley, Lindsay, Wynnewood and Stratford.
He incorporated two towns in Garvin County (Foster and Katie) and created the ambulance district for Wynnewood. He was named Master and Outstanding Judge by the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Inns of Court (a mentoring organization).
In addition, he sponsored and was the adviser for the Pauls Valley High School Mock Trial Team.
Dan loved practicing law in Garvin County, for him it was a “calling”. Dan was a member of Kiwanis, the Audubon Society, and a lifelong member of the First United Methodist Church of Pauls Valley.
Dan was preceded in death by his parents John Denson and Ethel Sprouse, his brother David, twin grandchildren Denson and Aisley Scruggs, niece Chezley Howle and nephew Patrick Bolen.
He is survived by his brother Gene D. Sprouse and his wife H-Mae, their children Steven and Emi; another brother Gerald Sprouse and his wife Betty, their children Kelly and Martin; Sister-in-law Bobbi Sprouse and children Joel, Sean and Rory; Sister-in-laws Christy Meier and Phyllis Boone and her husband Larry, Nieces and nephews Ambre and Ron Gooch, Chelsea Boone, Alaina and James Risenger, great nephew Talor Gooch and his wife Alexandra, great nieces Savanna Bolen and Cassidi Gooch.
If you choose to honor Dan or his family during this time, in lieu of flowers, please donate to Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
A celebration of his life will be held Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 10:30 am at the Mt. Olivet Cemetery Pavilion officiated by Pastor Diana Pruitt.
Please remember the social distancing protocols and mask will be required at the service.
Martha Mary Green, a resident of Star Harbor, TX, was born on March 18, 1950 in Wynnewood, OK to Betty (Norvell) and Henry Paul Mantooth. She passed away June 27, 2020 in Palestine, TX at the age of 70.
Martha grew up and graduated high school in Maysville, OK. She had worked as an office manager.
She married Larry Green on February 2, 1990 in Irving, TX.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
She is survived by her husband Larry of their home in Star Harbor, TX, a son and daughter in law - Ron Keith Cothren and wife Margie of Norman, OK, a stepdaughter and step son in law - Deanna Smith and husband Patrick of Forney, TX, five grandchildren - Sabrina, Jamie, Mandy, Taylor, and Clay.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 from 4 to 7pm at DeArman Funeral Home in Wynnewood.
Services will be held on Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 2pm graveside at Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood. Services are under the direction of DeArman Funeral Home of Wynnewood.
Please send online condolences to www.dearmanfuneralhome.com
Inez Marlene Flowers, a resident of Oklahoma City, was born on October 30, 1925 in Wynnewood, OK to Sarah Frances (Dawson) and Andrew Jackson Weaver.
She passed away at her home in Oklahoma City on June 29, 2020 at the age of 94.
Mrs. Flowers grew up in Wynnewood, then moved to Oklahoma City at the age of 18 and spent the rest of her life in Oklahoma City.
She married John Flowers on June 29, 1946 in Canadian County Oklahoma. She was a homemaker.
She was preceded in death by her husband John, her parents, a daughter - April Marlene Flowers, a son - Lanny Flowers, a brother - S.T. Weaver, and a sister - Waltena Irwin.
She is survived by a daughter - Andrea Brown of Branson West, MO, two sons - Johnny C. Flowers of Oklahoma City, OK, and Stephen Flowers of Branson West, MO, 10 grandchildren and several great grandchildren.
Visitation will be held at DeArman Funeral Home in Wynnewood on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 from 4 to 7pm.
Services will be Thursday, July 2, 2020 at DeArman Funeral Chapel in Wynnewood at 11:00am followed by burial at Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood.
Services are under the direction of DeArman Funeral Home.
Please send online condolences to www.dearmanfuneralhome.com
James Troy Ensey, aka “The Milkman”/ Pool Shooter, 90, went home to be with the Lord on June 9, 2020, at a local care facility in Lawton, with two of his daughters at his side. His wife, Clara Jean (Brashear) Ensey, was unable to be at his side due to health reasons.
There will be a memorial service at Fletcher Christian Church, 102 Sycamore St in Fletcher, OK on Monday, July 6, 2020 at 10am, Pastor Jim Hall officiating.
Troy was born December 30, 1929, in Elmore City, OK, to Ezekiel Alexander and Opal Audrey (Coker) Ensey.
He attended school in Wynnewood, OK, graduating in 1950. During his high school years he lettered in football, basketball, baseball and track all four years, becoming state champions in football in 1949.
He married Joyce Benson in December, 1949. To this union was born four children: James Roy, Vonda Lou, Viki Dawn and Vivian Kay. The marriage dissolved in 1979. He married Clara Jean Brashear Simpson on May 16, 1984.
Troy moved to Oklahoma City after graduation and worked for Grapette Bottling Company. He moved to Lawton in 1951 to attend Cameron College. He worked for Safeway, Coca Cola and in 1952 began his career with Fairmont, later known as C&C Distributing Company.
He was the last home delivery milkman in Lawton. He retired from there in 1993.
He was a master pool player, winning many local pool tournaments and many of the Coors Tournaments.
He went to the National Pool Tournament in Las Vegas four times and placed in the top 100, top 50 twice and lastly the top 25 USA amateur pool players. He was an avid bowler, played softball with the church leagues and Caldwell teams, and basketball with the Buttrams. He also enjoyed fishing and hunting.
Troy was born again in 1948 and became a member of First Baptist Church in Wynnewood. He taught an adult Sunday School class, led Training Union classes, sang in the choir and was a driver for youth activities at Immanuel Baptist Church in Lawton.
He contributed to the building of Olivet Baptist Church in Lawton, where he sang in the choir and drove for youth activities. He later joined Western Hills Christian Church in Lawton. He was currently a member of the Fletcher Christian Church in Fletcher, OK.
Troy is survived by his wife, Clara Jean (Jeanie), his son and daughter-in-law: James and Cindy Ensey of MO; his daughters and son-in-laws: Vonda and Ed Clerke of Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, Viki and Ed Hesser of Lawton, and Vivian Sellers of Lawton; his step-sons and wives: Michael and Melany Simpson of Duncan, OK and Alan and Linette Simpson of Duncan, OK; his halfsister and husband, Donna and Joe Carpentier of AZ; his step-brother and wife, Norman and Karen Dixon of TX; his nieces and their husbands, Jere (Ensey) and John Hanchak of FL and Luanne (Ensey) and Andy Howk of OK.
He is survived by 16 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his brother and his wife, J.C. and Mildred Ensey and his nephew, John Ensey.
We will miss you Daddy! Love you.
Wendyl Dewayne Colson was born January 7, 1938 in Lebanon, Ok to Johnie and Bertha (Massey) Colson. He was the youngest of six children.
Wendyl grew up primarily in Pauls Valley, Ok and graduated from there in 1956. He spent his younger years being spoiled by his older sisters, who thought he did no wrong.
In his late teens he took to the rodeo circuit. He was a world class bareback and bull rider. He was well on his way to being World Champion when a bull fell on him in Cowtown, New Jersey when he was 19 years old. After several months of rehabilitation, he attempted to return to bull riding, but his injuries were too extensive.
Wendyl then started working in the oilfield and painting water towers before beginning his career with Kerr McGee Corporation in Wynnewood, OK.
It was while he visited Crescent Drug Store that he met the love of his live, Mary Lindsey. They were united in marriage February 21, 1970 at the First United Methodist Church, Wynnewood, OK.
In 1971 they welcomed a beautiful baby girl, Penny, followed by another beautiful baby girl, Nicole, in 1973.
They made their home out in the country where they enjoyed watching the cows, fishing and sitting on the creek bank on Saturday nights shooting skunks.
He passed away June 30, 2020 in his home surrounded by his loving family.
Wendyl retired from Kerr McGee after 40 plus years of service.
He loved the Lord and was saved at a young age in the Pauls Valley First United Methodist Church.
Wendyl was a very proud PaPaw and loved to talk about his favorite red headed granddaughter.
Wendyl is preceded in death by his parents, two brothers Jesse and Wilbur (Rip), and two sisters Delia Winget and Margaret Smith.
He is survived by his wife Mary of the home, daughters Penny Harmon and husband Kevin of Wynnewood, OK and Nicole Ray and husband David of Canyon, TX.
Grandsons Chance Harmon of Davis, OK, Colton Harmon of Norman, OK, Bryson Ray of Canyon, TX, Davis Ray of Canyon, TX and his only granddaughter, Caitlin Harmon of Wynnewood, OK. Sister, Mary Lou Walker of Lexington, Ok and numerous nieces and nephews.
Wendyl will be remembered for his crooked little grin and being a man of few words, but when he did speak you better listen because it was either something important or something funny.
While he leaves a huge hole in our hearts we know he is bucking bulls in heaven and talking with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Services will be held on Friday, July 3, 2020 at 10:00am graveside at Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood officiated by Keith Huitt.
Services are under the direction of DeArman Funeral Home of Wynnewood. Please send online condolences to www.dearmanfuneralhome.com