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It is with sadness we share the loss of our beloved Stacey Dae Hine. She went to be with the Lord on April 22, 2022 in Oklahoma City, surrounded by family and friends. Stacey was born on April 30, 1964 to Ike and Patricia Fowler in Oklahoma City. She is survived by her sisters, Sebrena Kimberly and husband John, Tracy Thurman and husband Lee; brother Dean Fowler and wife Josie. In addition, she had a caring extended family of cousins and friends. Stacey was raised by her loving and devoted grandparents, Mattie and Bud Hine in Duncan, Oklahoma. Stacey will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. She touched the lives of countless people, including her dear friends Pat Bray and Retha Henry. She was preceded in death by her parents, grandparents and sister, Tama. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at 11:00 am at Stufflebean-Coffey Funeral Home Chapel officiated by Rev. Jokori L. Taylor. Interment will be at Duncan Cemetery 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
The funeral service for Mr. Charles Ross “Maney” Reece, 81, of Ardmore is scheduled for 10:00AM Saturday, Jan. 29, 2022, at Alexander Gray Funeral Home Chapel of Wilson with Pastor Jody Ham officiating. Interment will follow at the Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood.
Charles was born on Nov. 21, 1940, at Wynnewood to the late Mr. Ernest Calvin “Jiggs” Reece and Mrs. Charlene Mae (Primrose) Reece. He departed this life on Monday, Jan. 24, 2022, at his home in Ardmore.
Charles was raised at Wynnewood View. As a young boy he and his brothers loved riding horses on the banks of Wild Horse Creek. After riding and swimming all day, he and his brothers would ride to Aunt Josie’s grocery store for free soda pops. Charles attended elementary school at Roady, junior high at Woodland, high school in Wynnewood where he graduated in 1959. He loved playing football and basketball for the Wynnewood Savages all four years, and he excelled in both sports. On June 2, 1960, in Wynnewood he married the former Ms. Sally Blackburn. They lived a short while in Irving, Texas, where Charles worked as a firefighter before moving back to Oklahoma to attend college.
In 1964 Charles enrolled in the University of Oklahoma School of Pharmacy and graduated in 1970. While he was in pharmacy school, his mother passed away unexpectedly; so to honor an earlier promise he had made to his mother, he returned to their family home in Wynnewood to help with his three youngest siblings making it necessary for him to commute his last two years.
In 1970 he and his family along with his youngest sister moved to Ardmore where he began his 46 year career as a pharmacist. During his years of employment, Charles was employed at Steele Drug, Revco, the Chickasaw Indian Clinic, and lastly at the Mercy Hospital Clinical Pharmacy. He retired from pharmacy in 2016.
Growing up on a farm in Wynnewood, Charles with this love; he was an avid cow man and horseman. When his children were young, the family enjoyed riding horses, playdays, boating, camping, playing softball and basketball, plus he was an amateur team roper. After his children were grown, he divided his time between work as a pharmacist and working on his farm. He loved working cattle and tending to his farm.
Until his health declined, Charles attended the Calvary Christian Fellowship Church of Ardmore.
Preceding him in death are his parents, Jiggs and Charlene Reece; his brothers, Jack, Freddie Dean, Joe, and Ernest Jr.; grandson Brett Spells, grandson-in-law, Joey Mack Bailey, and nephew Kyle Reece.
Survivors include his loving wife of 61 years, Sally of the home; daughters, Denise Brunk and husband Bruce and Terri Spells and husband Mike, both of Ardmore; sisters, Shirlene Russell and husband Danny, Betty Richardson and Carolyn Harmon; brother, Jim Reece; grandchildren, Ashley Willis and husband Jared, Cory Cox and wife Carol Ann, Sarah Bass and husband Kane, Rachel Fithian and husband Damon and Aaron Spells and wife Emma; great grandchildren, Addison, Colton, Ridge, Olivia, Miley, Hudson, Zoey and Owen; numerous nieces, nephews and a host of other family and friends.
Casket bearers are Cory Cox, Jim Reece, Connie Blackburn, Jared Willis, Kane Bass, Damon Fithian, Colton Bailey, and Ridge Willis.
Honorary bearers are Brett Reece, Cody Reece, Cale Reece, Jeff Little, John Fastino, Matthew Blackburn, Bradley Sharpe, and Adam Sharpe.
Online condolences may be sent online at www.alexanderfuneralhome.org
Terry Carnell Parker-Terry, a resident of Ada, OK (formerly Wynnewood, OK), was born in Oklahoma City, OK to Willie B. (Terry) and Terry Parker, Sr. on December 31, 1963. He passed away in Oklahoma City, OK on January 24, 2022 at the age of 58 years and 24 days.
Terry graduated Tulsa McClain High School and then went on to work at the Wynnewood Nursing Home and for the last few years worked at Urgent Care in Wynnewood.
Terry was a moral compass in our lives, we are glad to know he went home to be with the Lord. To us he was the strongest and hardest working man we knew and he was a funny and caring man who brought smiles and joy to those around him. Terry was a loving husband, father, and friend to many.
Terry is survived by his wife - Louria M. Parker Terry of Tulsa, OK; four sons - Terry C. Parker, Jr. of Ada, OK, Marco Davis of OKC, OK, Sanya C. Parker of Tulsa, OK, Romecio Parker of Wynnewood, OK, and Christian Parker of Tulsa, OK; two daughters - Deborah Parker of Tennessee, and Lyshown Davis of Tulsa, OK; father - Terry Parker, Sr. of Wynnewood, OK; sister - Katrina Jones of Oklahoma City, OK; brother - Melvin Coates of Tulsa, OK; grandchildren - Gabriel Davis, Decapreal McNeil, Aniya Davis, DeMarra Parker, Daiji Parker, and DeShawn Parker.
Services will be held at DeArman Funeral Home Chapel in Wynnewood, OK on Tuesday, February 1, 2022 at 11:00am.
Burial will follow at Hopewell Cemetery north of Wynnewood, OK. DeArman Funeral Home of Wynnewood, OK is in charge of arrangements.
Our fun-loving-spunky, Joann (Allen) Pando, was born into this world to Ed and Iola (Beller) Allen on August 22, 1936 in the Gayle Community, Oklahoma and went home to the Lord on January 23, 2022 at the age of 85.
JoAnn graduated from Asher High School in 1954. Where she then worked most of her life in banking (First National Bank, Wynnewood).
She also spent many years in the beauty industry as an Award Winning Mary Kay representative. She enjoyed helping other women be successful.
Joann met the love of her life, David Pando at the Wynnewood Tree Nursery and married July 2, 1976.
Their love for each other was an inspiration. They spent most of their years together in Moore, Oklahoma until, after much persuasion from her husband and family, they returned to Wynnewood in 2013.
JoAnn (Nanny Jo) was a one of a kind. She fought hard, but loved even harder. Some might even say she was stubborn, but actually it was perseverance and determination, something that she instilled in all of her loved ones.
There was never a dull moment when JoAnn was present, she kept us all on our toes. She was a huge sports fan and if the OKC Thunder or her OU Sooners were playing you knew not to call or come by because she would be 100% focused on the game.
Its not going to be the same without her, but we all for sure knew she loved us with without a shadow of a doubt.
Joann was predeceased by her parents Ed and Iola Allen. She is survived by her husband David Pando. Two daughters, Diane Johnson, husband Andy of Wynnewood Jeannie Hill, husband Gary of Ardmore. Step sons, Nano and Javier Pando, of Midland, Texas; a brother, Eddie Allen, wife Wendy of Ada. Two grandsons; Justin Jolly, wife Amanda and Cole Jolly. Two granddaughters; Autumn Deason, husband Justin and Lynsie Johnson. Nine great-grandkids; Kyrstin, Jaxon, Aspen, Aubrey, Skeeter, Aboss, Levi, Georgia, and Sage and multiple nieces and nephews.
Services will be held Monday, January 31, 2022 at 1:00pm at DeArman Funeral Home Chapel in Wynnewood Oklahoma.
Sandra Jo Good Wolf passed away on January 29, 2022 at the age of 73. She was born on June 22, 1948 in Wynnewood, Oklahoma to James and Olive Belle Good.
Sandy spent her childhood growing up in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma until her family moved to Farmington, New Mexico in 1962. Then to Hobbs, New Mexico in 1964, where Sandy attended high school. In 1966, shortly after her senior year, she married James Calvin Fore Jr. and they made their home in Hobbs, NM. They started a family right away and went on to have three children: Trey, Leigh Ann and Gary.
While the children were still young, she moved back to Oklahoma and worked at Kellwood in Pauls Valley making men’s pants for Sears.
She eventually remarried and was well known around Wynnewood as Sandy King. While her children were growing up, she loved watching Gary play sports, and Trey and Leigh Ann in the band, she was always there cheering them on. One of her proudest moments is when Leigh Ann became a baton twirler, her sophomore year for the Wynnewood High School band. During the fall of 1983, on Homecoming night, Leigh Ann was tragically killed in a car accident at age 15. From that point on, she has always talked about the day when she would get to see her baby girl once again in heaven.
Sandy kept herself busy and joined the local women’s bowling league in Pauls Valley. She went on to travel to several states across the country, bowling in tournaments as a pro amateur bowler.
During the mid to late 80’s, she owned and operated Big Country Truck Stop and Restaurant in Wynnewood. She was very involved in the truck driving community and
became a truck driver herself after closing the restaurant.
In the 90’s, her grandchildren started being born and that became her absolute favorite hobby. She was Granny, Grandma Sandy, and Granny Great to not only her own grand children, but to anyone else that needed a Grandparent in their lives. Her grandchildren were her world and she made sure they all knew they were special to her.
Sandy married Steve Wolf in October 1997. Shortly after, she stopped driving a truck and used her experience in the trucking industry to start working from home as a dispatcher for WW Petroleum out of Macon, Missouri. She did that until she retired in 2013. After her retirement, she focused on spending time with family. She recently lost her son Trey in July of 2021. After losing two of her children, she was more than ready to see them again and be in the presence of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
She is survived by her husband Steve Wolf of 24 years, son Gary Fore, his wife Lou Ann of Fort Gibson, OK. Bonus daughter Michelle Roady and her husband Rod of Davis, OK. Bonus daughter Jennifer Pritchard of Oklahoma City. Grandchildren: Buster Fore, his wife Kimberly of Davis, OK. Beth Franks, her husband Mason of Sulphur, OK. Garrett Fore, his wife Calli of Fort Gibson, Ok.
Payton Fore, of Panama City, Florida. Josh Fore, of Davis, OK. Grayson Fore, his wife Matison, of Tacoma, Washington. Bonus Grand daughter Dani Travis and her son Cooper. Great grandchildren Lauren Fagundes, Aiden Fagundes, Colt Fore, Kennedy Fore, Mitchell Fore. Brothers: Bob Good, his wife Suzanne, of Crowley, TX. Bill Good, his wife Dorris of Pauls Valley, OK.
Preceded in death by her daughter Leigh Ann Fore, Father James T. “Bunk” Good, Mother Olive Belle Walker, Son James Calvin Fore III (Trey).
The funeral service will be held on Friday February 4, 2022 at 2:00pm. at De Arman Funeral Home in Wynnewood, OK. It will be live streamed on De Arman Funeral Home Facebook page. Due to inclement weather, we will not be having a graveside service.
Honorary pallbearers are Buster Fore, Garrett Fore, Josh Fore, Grayson Fore, Mason Franks, Mike McCurley.