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Mrs. Velma Doris "Granny" Chinn, 94, of Bowring, died at 1:55 P.M. on Friday, March 21, 2014 at her home. Funeral services for Mrs. Chinn will be held at 2 P.M. on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at the Glenn Chinn Athletic Complex at the Bowring School with Rev. Bud Witt officiating. Interment will be in the Wann Cemetery directed by the Stumpff Funeral Home & Crematory. In lieu of flowers a memorial fund has been established with the Bowring Elementary School, 87 CR 3304, Pawhuska, Oklahoma 74056. Mrs. Chinn was born on January 3, 1920 at ruralCopan, Oklahoma the daughter of Ed and Eva Mae (Smith) Notley. She grew up and received her education in the Copan/Antioch area. She was married to Rolland E. "Rol" Chinn on October 4, 1935. They made their home in Wann and later at Bartlesville until moving to Bowring in 1954. She was a member of the Whippoorwill Baptist Church and the Whippoorwill Senior Citizens and had been active in the Bowring Schools and square dancing. Mrs. Chinn is survived by three sons, Larry Chinn and wife Betty of Bowring, Lucky Chinn and wife Janice of Sapulpa, and John Chinn and wife Janet of Bernice, three daughters, Sue Kothe & husband Butch of Sapulpa, Sandra Wells of Owasso and Pam Johnson and husband Rick of Bowring, foster children, Ruby Trammel of Bartlesville and Roger Brooks of Kaw City, one sister, Helen Wilborn of Myrtle Creek, Oregon, a daughter-in-law, Ginger Chinn of Bowring and a special nephew, Melvin Wilborn, 16 grandchildren, Johnny D. Chinn, Dan Chinn, Alan Chinn, Renee Bellmyer, Ernie Kothe, Robin Horton, Marsha Grahn, Kathy Graham, Ginger Barrett, Christi Jacob, Justin Wells, Kevin Chinn, Adam Chinn, John Joseph Chinn, Autumn Cosby and Cody Johnson, 41 great grandchildren and 8 great great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Rolland E. Chinn on November 18, 1981, her parents, one son, Glenn Chinn, two brothers, Melvin Notley and Marvin Notley and one sister, Mildred Middlebusher. Friends who wish may sign the online guest book and leave condolences at www.stumpff.org. Read Obituary
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Mrs. Shirley Ann Coffee, 77, of Bartlesville, died at 8:56 A.M. on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at The Journey Home in Bartlesville. Funeral services for Mrs. Coffee will be held at 2 P.M. on Friday, March 21, 2014 at the Bartlesville Southern Baptist Church with Pastor Paul Rummage officiating. Interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery directed by the Stumpff Funeral Home & Crematory. A memorial fund has been established and those who wish may make their contributions to The Journey Home, 3406 S.E. Kentucky, Bartlesville, Oklahoma, 74006. Mrs. Coffee was born at Phillips, Texas on May 16, 1936 to Arch O. and Thelma (Travis) Fine. She grew up and received her education in Phillips, Texas and then at Borger, Texas where she graduated from high school. She was married to Ted Carter Coffee on July 22, 1954 at Clovis, New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Coffee made their homes in Borger, Texas and then came to Bartlesville in 1964 with Mr. Coffee's employment with Phillips Petroleum Co. Mrs. Coffee had worked at the Montgomery Ward Store in Bartlesville and had also served as the church secretary at the Bartlesville Southern Baptist Church. In 1982 Phillips transferred Mr. Coffee to Pampa, Texas and while living there Mrs. Coffee served as the church secretary at the Calvary Baptist Church in Pampa. They returned to Bartlesville to make their home following Mr. Coffee's retirement from Phillips in 1987. Mrs. Coffee was an active member of Bartlesville Southern Baptist where she has served on various committees. She was a volunteer at the Voice of the Martyrs and had been an active member of the Okie Country RV Club. Mrs. Coffee is survived by one daughter, Lesa Skinner and her husband, Mike of Bartlesville, one brother, Don Fine of Amarillo, Texas, two granddaughters, Andrea Skinner and Amanda Skinner both of Bartlesville, a nephew, Don Schirlls and wife Linda of Bartlesville, and extended family members Kim Mabry and wife Judy of Bartlesville, as well as a number of other nieces and nephews. Mrs. Coffee was preceded in death by her father, Arch O. Fine, her mother, Thelma Fine Phillips, her step father, Bill Phillips, two sisters, Betty Schirlls and Pauline Pittman, a nephew, Michael Schirlls and by her husband, Ted C. Coffee on July 4, 1995. Friends who wish may sign the online guest book and leave condolences at www.stumpff.org. Read Obituary
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Renee Jeannine (Bull) Copenhaver, 46, went to be with her Lord and Savior on Monday, March 17, 2014 at her home at in Bartlesville, Oklahoma after a long battle with cancer. Renee was born in Oklahoma City on May 21, 1967, the daughter of David Stephens and Jerry J. Shannon, both of Lindsey, Oklahoma and was gifted through adoption to Robert and Phyllis Bull of Okmulgee, Oklahoma joining an older brother, Darrell Bull. Renee grew up in Okmulgee and met her first and lifelong love of dogs in a St. Bernard/Border Collie mix, named Snow Ball leading her to raise over a dozen furry children throughout her life. She graduated from Okmulgee High School in 1985. She met her soul mate, Granville Copenhaver and they married December 28, 1985. She attended Oklahoma State University Technical Branch in Okmulgee graduating with a Business Computer Science Degree in 1987. Her husband and she moved to Bartlesville, Oklahoma for her job at First National Bank following her graduation. In 1994, she came into contact with her birth family, left First National Bank and moved to Houston, Texas where she worked at the Houston Pilots Association. She enjoyed getting to know her biological family and found a sense of completeness. She discovered that her parents had three more biological children before separating ways and that she also had a half-brother. In 1995, she moved back to Okmulgee, Oklahoma and worked for Wynn Communications, Citizens National Bank and Creoks Mental Health before moving back to Bartlesville in 1999. After a few years with Walmart, she went to work at Jane Phillips Hospital where she worked until her illness. She was preceded in death by her grandparents and her father, Robert Bull. She leaves behind a family to celebrate her life and the courage and Christian faith that she exemplified. Survivors include, her loving and devoted husband, Granvile Copenhaver of Bartlesville; her parents, Phyllis Bull, of Bartlesville; Jerry J. (and Tom ) Shannon, of Texas; David (and Kay) Stephens, of Texas; Her five siblings, Darrell Bull; Tammy (and James) Knight; Shawn Stephens; Lisa (and Scott) Peal and Matthew Shannon all of Texas; twelve nephews and nieces; one great niece; and numerous loving in-laws, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends who supported her through her journey. Visitation will be held at Stumpff Funeral Home & Crematory in Bartlesville from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Friday, March 21, 2014. A celebration of her life will be held on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 10:00 AM in The Stumpff Funeral Home Chapel and she will be laid to rest at Big Cabin Cemetery in Big Cabin, Oklahoma at 2:00 PM also on Saturday. Donations can be made to Comforting Hands Hospice 2450 SE Washington Blvd. STE-A, Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74006 for the wonderful care that was given to Renee in her time of need or to the AmericanCancer Society 4110 S. 100th East Ave. Tulsa, Oklahoma 74146 to fund research in her memory. Friends who wish may sign the online guest book and leave condolences at www.stumpff.org. Read Obituary
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A celebration of the life of Jimmy Dee Couch was 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 18, 2014 in the Chapel of the Garden at Rice Funeral Service. Jimmy Dee passed away on March 14, 2014. He was 61. Born in Pawhuska, Oklahoma on September 6, 1952 to J.D. and Sue (Whitehorn) Couch, Jimmy Dee was raised on his grandparent's ranch and educated in his birth community, graduating from Pawhuska High School in 1969. After graduation, Jimmy Dee enjoyed riding bulls and team roping, especially with his brothers Tracy and Danny. Jimmy Dee started dealing in livestock-- he worked for numerous ranches and feed lots, and was a buyer for Wayne Couch Cattle Company. Jimmy Dee is described by his family as "Quiet and private, but a rough-cut cowboy". He loved horse racing and was a huge sports fan. He and Jason enjoyed going to the Ben Johnson Memorial Steer Roping on Father's Day whenever they could. Jimmy Dee also enjoyed his get-aways to Bossier City for some gambling and Louisiana Downs to watch the ponies. This loving father and grandfather will be missed by all who knew him. Jimmy Dee is survived by his son Jason Mitchell of Pryor; grandson Jett Mitchell; sisters Jackie Dale Urie and husband Doug, Sandra Brace, Pam Couch-Bevis, Stacey Melton and husband Derek, brothers Tracy Lee Couch and Danny Couch and wife Krystal, and sister Mandi Sue Gilmore and husband Kevin; numerous nieces and nephews, including special nephews, Jon, Josh and Jeremy Brace and countless friends. Jimmy Dee was preceded in death by his parents. Read Obituary
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Matthew Richard Coutant, 39, died on Wednesday April 9, 2014, in Richardson, Texas of complications related to diabetes. His funeral service will be held at 1:00 pm Saturday, April 12th at the Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Pastor JB Bond of Stillwater (Oklahoma) Bible Church will officiate. Moore Funeral Home of Tulsa, Oklahoma is handling arrangements. Matt was born on December 9, 1974 in Houston, Texas to William Richard Coutant, Jr. and Sherry Coutant. He grew up in Bartlesville, Oklahoma where he enjoyed playing baseball and participating in science fairs throughout his school years. Matt attended Oklahoma State University as a National Merit Scholar. He received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, and delivered the student commencement address, graduating with honors. He then attended Texas A&M on an academic fellowship and earned his Masters in Electrical Engineering. In May of 2000 Matt began a 14 year career with TriQuint Semiconductor in Richardson, Texas as a circuit Design Engineer. He later was promoted to Design Engineering Team Manager and contributed significantly to the success of many of their products. Matt remained an avid baseball enthusiast, enjoying spring training, the Rough Riders and many Rangers games. He enjoyed bike rides, traveling, and good friends. Matt is survived by his mother, Sherry of Stillwater, Oklahoma, his sister Marie Johnston and her husband Eric, of Oklahoma City, and their children, Jack and Alex Johnston, and his grandmothers Margaret Coutant of Tulsa, Oklahoma and Lora "Sally" Haas of Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Also surviving are well loved aunts, uncles, and cousins and his beloved friend Melinda McGrath of Hillsboro, Oregon. Matt was preceded in death by his father, William Richard Coutant, Jr and his grandfathers William Richard Coutant, Sr, and Charles W. Haas. Condolences may be sent to the family and an obituary viewed by visiting www.moorefuneral.com Read Obituary
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