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Miller, Stephen Warren  
Stephen Warren Miller, 59, passed away Saturday, April 9th, after a courageous battle with cancer, during which time he witnessed his trust and love of the Lord to many friends and family members. A memorial service will be held at the Dewey United Methodist Church at 2 PM on Wednesday, April 13th, directed by Stumpff Funeral Home. Private family burial is planned. Steve was born May 21, 1956, to David and Evelyn (Cooper) Miller and grew up in Dewey, Oklahoma. He had a wonderful childhood attending Dewey's Bluestem Elementary and then Dewey Jr High and High School – where he was nicknamed "Flash" by friends and teachers alike. This nickname stayed with him thru his life with his friends. Steve attended Bartlesville Wesleyan College (OWU) and then attended and graduated from Central State University (UCO) at Edmond earning a bachelor's degree in business / retail management. He worked at Gunter Drug Store and then worked and managed Radio Shack stores in Bartlesville and Ponca City. Later he joined Xerox Business Services working on a contract with Reda / Schlumberger in Bartlesville for 16 years and then at the district office for Enterprise Leasing in Owasso/Tulsa. He loved making friends with all he worked with – and many of these friends helped care for him after he became ill. Steve married Gayle (Jabben) Pickle on March 16, 1991, enjoying life with her for 25 years. Upon this marriage, he immediately became a dad to Briana and later grandpa to Dylan and Kassidy. He cherished his role of dad and grandpa every day and was so thankful to be in their lives. Steve was a member of the Dewey United Methodist Church (attending since birth) where he had served as chairman of the administrative board, Sunday School teacher, youth leader, assisted with Bible Schools, performed in special events, including the Living Last Supper, and many other events. His church and church family were very important to him as well and is also where he met Gayle. Steve coached softball when he was young and also coached Special Olympics volleyball for several years. He enjoyed playing tennis with the Dewey Tennis Association and also bowled on a league with his dad. He was a huge sports fan including Nascar and he enjoyed camping and especially vacation time with Gayle and spending time with the grandkids. Branson / Table Rock Lake was his favorite vacation destination. His life was surely one where he lived and loved. Steve is survived by his wife Gayle, daughter Briana (Pickle) Gore and grandchildren Dylan and Kassidy Gore. He is also survived by his brother David and Marilyn Miller and family of Urbana, Ohio; and aunts and uncles Katie and Ron Wilson, W Lafayette, IN; Mary Lu and Manny Molho, Rochester, IN; Pat Fitch of Bartlesville; Elaine Dancer, Carrollton, TX; and Peggy Cooper, Dade City, FL. He is also survived by Gary and Norma Jabben, Grady and Marcia Jabben, Gene and Jan Jabben, Gordon and Debbie Jabben, Bill Pickle, Susan, Marc, and Chris Rea, Anna Richard and family – and a host of special cousins and friends he cherished. In lieu of flowers, a memorial would be appreciated to the Dewey United Methodist Youth Group % Yasmin Majors, 618 N Delaware, Dewey, OK 74029.
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Apr. 11 to May 10, 2016
Nave, Sherry Eugena - Barnsdall  
Sherry Eugena Nave, age 56, went to her heavenly home on April 20, 2016 at 12:52 AM while surrounded in love by her family. Sherry was a lifelong resident of Barnsdall, Oklahoma and served her community as the school secretary since graduating from her alma mater. Sherry was born to Leonard and Marilyn Nave on February 29, 1960 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Both her parents preceded her in death. Sherry is survived by three sisters, Joy, Tina, and Deanna, two brothers, Boyd and Andy as well as extended sister Luann. Along with her nieces and nephews Sherry will be missed by family, friends, and the community of Barnsdall. Sherry lived a life of service. Her family was the center of her world. She spent countless hours dedicated to the students of Barnsdall Public Schools. Sherry was an icon to her community and will gravely be missed. Her legacy will live on in the many lives she touched along the way. Sherry was an active member of the Skiatook First Christian Church. Her faith was the most important thing to her. Family, friends, and community will celebrate Sherry's life at Barnsdall High School Gymnasium on Saturday, April 30 at 1 PM. In lieu of flowers the family requests that a donation be made to the Love From Sherry Foundation. Donations can be made to American Heritage Bank in Barnsdall OK. Love From Sherry Foundation has been set up to continue Sherry's passion to Love and Support her kids at Barnsdall Public Schools. Friends who wish, may sign the online guestbook and leave condolences at www.stumpff.org
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Apr. 24 to May 23, 2016
Nelson, Janice (Snow) - Bartlesville  
Janice Snow Nelson, a vibrant, curious, and creative being, passed away at home on March 25, 2016, with three of her children and hospice by her side. Janice was born to Fanny McNaught Snow and Myron Glenn Snow on January 26, 1922, in Boulder, Colorado. She grew up wandering the foothills and high country of the Colorado Rockies with her family and friends. Janice and her parents often entertained and awed her children with stories of the mountain climbing experiences of the Snow family. Janice attended the University of Colorado (CU) at Boulder and studied a wide variety of subjects from art to geology, anthropology to literature. She considered the CU course catalog to be equal to the Sears wish book at Christmas. One of her summer jobs while attending CU was the position of archaeological assistant to Dr. Anna O. Shepard in Guatemala. She graduated from CU in 1944 with a BA in Arts and Sciences and accepted a job in Bartlesville at Phillips Petroleum, working with geologists. Not long after her arrival in town, she literally ran into Bill Nelson in Bartlesville post office. They soon began spending time in the out of doors and were married in 1945 in the rose garden at Johnstone Park. Although Janice stopped working in the professional sense after she was married, she continued to "work" in the community, volunteering her time and energies. She served as a leader with her daughters' Girl Scout troops and a den mother to her sons' Cub Scout packs. In 1947, Janice and Bill moved to State College, Pennsylvania so that Bill could pursue a master's degree in chemistry. It was there that they had their first daughter, Darby. They returned to Bartlesville in 1948 and Janice gave birth to her son Tom Lindsey and daughter Andrea. Several years later she gave birth to her son Derek and daughter Tambra. Her family, friends, and community were important to her, and she helped organize a sewing club, Great Books, and the Bartlesville Fencing Club. Education was always important to Janice and she often helped in the elementary schools, and later as a reading tutor. Janice was at home in the kitchens and dining rooms of friends and family, believing that birthdays and visits from out of town friends were causes for celebration. Janice excelled at the arts although she would never have called herself an artist, bringing her talents to her home life and the world around her. She was an exceptional seamstress, making most of her children's' clothes, upholstering furniture, and constructing beautiful dolls for gifts. She had life-long interests in geology, anthropology, and archaeology and every family vacation involved stopping the car at least once a day by yelling, "Stop! I need to look at that rock formation!" By the time we returned home, the car was weighted down with assorted stones and fossils. She was a partner with Ann Mills in Realizations where she designed and helped create beautiful silver jewelry. Janice was preceded in death by her parents, brother, sister, and husband. She is survived by Darby and Tom Lindsey of Bartlesville, Andrea Nelson Miller and her husband Tim of Ohio, Tambra Nelson and her husband Jim Van Overschelde and their daughters, Athena and Eliza of Texas. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations in memory of Janice Nelson to the Bartlesville Public Library, 600 S. Johnstone, 74003 (attn: Denise Goff) at (918) 338-4187 or to the Oklahoma Nature Conservancy at (800) 628-6860 or at https://goo.gl/kaQrO2 (Case sensitive). Arrangements were entrusted to the Arnold Moore & Neekamp Funeral Home. Online condolences may be left at www.honoringmemories.com.
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Apr. 3 to May 3, 2016
O'Grady, Kenneth Eugene - Bartlesville  
Kenneth Eugene O'Grady passed away Tuesday, April 19 in Bartlesville, Ok. Ken was born on June 29, 1951 in Enid, OK to Bert and Betty O'Grady. The family moved to Ponca City, OK while he was a young child, and he attended various schools in Ponca City, graduating from Ponca City High School. He earned an Associate degree at Northern Oklahoma College in Tonkawa, OK In 1970, Ken married Carolyn Whitaker, and they made their home in Ponca City, and raised two sons, Kenny and Sean. In Ponca City, they were members of the Woodlands Christian Church. In 2003, they moved to Bartlesville, OK. Ken had many skills, and before his retirement, he did many different kinds of work, primarily as owner and manager of his own businesses, but also as a bartender, cowboy, and fire fighter. Ken enjoyed traveling with his wife Carolyn; spending time with his kids, Kenny, Tanya and Sean, and his little furry friend, Diamond Boo Boo. He traveled to Las Vegas and Florida numerous times with Carolyn. He loved riding his Harley with his brother David, son Sean, and friends. He enjoyed going to Sturgis ND, and Fayetteville AR. Ken loved being with all of his family, and always had a fun story to tell. He was always quick to offer help to anyone who needed it, and always ready to join in on any fun. He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife Carolyn of Bartlesville, son Kenny and daughter in law Tanya, of Collinsville, and son Sean of Tulsa; his brothers Tom and wife Pat, of Pagosa Springs, CO, and David and wife Jacque of Ponca City; his mother in law Frances Whitaker of Ponca City, brothers and sisters in law Tom and Virginia Sullivan of Maysville, AR, Dewey and Janette Whitaker of Ponca City, and David and Gail Johnson of Bartlesville; as well as many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. Viewing will be at Stumpff Funeral Home in Bartlesville, OK, with family visitation on Friday evening between 6:00 and 8:00 pm. Services will be Saturday, April 23rd at 2:00 pm at the Woodlands Christian Church in Ponca City, OK, with Tom Nace presiding, followed by burial at Resthaven Cemetery. The family will gather at the church for lunch at noon. Pall bearers will be Ed Sullivan, Cole Sullivan, Jake Sullivan, Daniel Whitaker, Blaine Johnson, Raul Salinas, Jr. Honorary pall bearers will be Tom Sullivan, Dewey Whitaker and David Johnson. Donations can be made to Ken's favorite charity; St. Jude's Children Research Hospital P.O. Box 1000 Dept. #142 Memphis, TN. 38101-9908 in lieu of flowers. Friends who wish may sign the online guest book and leave condolences at www.stumpff.org.
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Apr. 22 to May 21, 2016
Phillips, Bryce Richard  
Funeral service for Bryce Phillips will be held 10:00 a.m. Friday, April 22, 2016 at First Church Owasso. Bobby Reed will officiate. Burial will follow at Woodlawn Cemetery under the direction of the MMS-Payne Funeral Home and Cremation Service. Visitation will be held at the funeral home Thurs. 1-8 p.m., and family will greet friends 6-8 p.m. Bryce Richard Phillips passed away April 16, 2016 at the age of 5. The son of Drew and Janna Jones Phillips was born August 24, 2010 in Owasso, Oklahoma. Bryce was always a very kind and caring person. Ever since he was old enough to walk, he enjoyed picking wildflowers and giving them not only to his family, but to random people nearby. You could tell by the smile on his face how much compassion he had for others. Bryce's favorite color was orange. He had a love for the outdoors. He enjoyed playing basketball, football, soccer, baseball and riding his four wheeler. Most recently he even took up kayaking. Of course with all the activities he enjoyed, he loved to run. In fact just recently he became part of the 25 mile club at Catalayah Elementary. He was so proud to have achieved this goal and receive his 25 mile medal. Spending time with his family is what Bryce treasured most. He loved swimming with his sister and playing superhero's with dad…and of course Bryce had to be Batman. He also loved playing football with his dad and sister Taylor in the living room. He loved to be in the kitchen helping his mom cook, and he never wasted an opportunity to dance with her expressing unconditional joy. Bryce's fun loving spirit came out during his many wrestling matches with his grandparents, uncles and cousins. He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Martha and Richard Harding and Margaret Jones, and cousin Hunter Billbe. Survivors include his parents Drew and Janna Phillips; sister, Taylor Phillips; paternal grandparents, Billy and Nina Phillips and Jim and Toni Billbe, and paternal great-grandmother, Vivian Billbe; maternal grandparents, Thomas S. Jones and Rosemary Carrillo; maternal great-grandfather, Thomas P. Jones; uncles, Nick Phillips, Shane Billbe and wife Tina, Jack Harding and wife Lynn and Rick Harding and wife Dee; aunts, Ashley Jones and fiancé Daniel Ragan, cousins, Holden Billbe and Reese Jones-Ragan along with many other extended family and friends. Memorial contributions may be made to The Running Club, c/o Catalayah Elementary School, 2700 King Road, Claremore, OK 74019. Leave your memories of Bryce and view his tribute online at www.mmsfuneralhomes.com .
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Apr. 21 to May 20, 2016
Pickell, John Marion - Heber Springs  
John Marion Pickell, 73, of Heber Springs, Arkansas passed away on Friday, April 15, 2016 at Baptist Hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas. Mr. Pickell was born July 11, 1942 in Fort Huachuca, Arizona. He was raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, and Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and was a 1960 graduate of Bartlesville College High School. After high school, he attended the Colorado School of Mines and the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville. Following his education, Mr. Pickell began a long and successful career in the construction and engineering fields. He first worked as safety engineer and project engineer on hydropower projects in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Alabama. Thereafter, he worked as a project manager on the construction of mills and factories in Cincinnati, Ohio; Green Bay, Wisconsin; Long Beach, California; and Mehoopany, Pennsylvania. He and his family moved to St. Louis, Missouri, where he was employed by Fruin-Colnon Corp. as Vice-President. He was a past national president of the Associated Maintenance Contractors. After moving to Pine Bluff, Arkansas, he founded Pioneer Point Corporation, where he served as President and CEO. He retired in 2008 and relocated to Heber Springs, Arkansas. Mr. Pickell was an active member at First United Methodist Church in Heber Springs, where he was a member of the Methodist Men's Group. He headed up the group's Wounded Warrior fishing weekend in 2014 and 2015. He was a member of the Rotary Club of Heber Springs, and was a Paul Harris Fellow. He was a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. He loved sailing, was an avid traveler, and was an expert tomato farmer. Mr. Pickell was preceded in death by his first wife, Linda Slocum Pickell, and his parents, Marion Williams Pickell and Grace Bolinger Pickell. Survivors include his wife, Alpha Pickell of Heber Springs, Arkansas; a son, J. Slocum Pickell (Allison) of Little Rock, Arkansas; a daughter, Deupree Kelly (Tim) of Rison, Arkansas; a daughter, L.R. Loriane Pickell of Fayetteville, Arkansas; a step-son, David Coe (Rhonda) of Hernando, Mississippi; a sister, Nancy Johnson (Jerry) of Denver, Colorado; a brother, Frank Pickell (Margaret) of Friendswood, Texas; five grandchildren, John Ashton Pickell, Catherine Alexandra Pickell, Brett Alan Kelly, Matthew Bryan Kelly, and Adam David Coe; and numerous nieces, nephews, and many other friends and family members. A memorial service will be at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at First United Methodist Church of Heber Springs. Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church of Heber Springs, 1099 W. Pine St., Heber Springs, Arkansas, 72543.
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Apr. 20 to May 19, 2016
Prentice III, Paul "Robby"  
Paul (Robby) Prentice III passed from this world on April 25, 2016, at 66 years of age. Robby was born on January 7, 1950, in Cushing, Oklahoma, to Paul R Prentice, Jr. and Phyllis (Kimzey) Prentice. On September 4, 1970, Robby married Linda Clark. They made their home in Dewey, Oklahoma. Robby attended high school in Dewey, Oklahoma and went to work for Bluestem Foundry at age 14. He later worked for Reda Pump in Bartlesville. His last job was with Doenges Ford assisting in the body shop. One of Robby's projects was restoring his 1959 Cushman Eagle. He entered (and won) many competitions with his Cushman. He also enjoyed music and playing his guitar. He played weekly in the garage with a group of friends. When in high school he was in a band called The Del Tones. They reunited to play at a class reunion in 2003. However, his favorite thing was his family. He was active in sports with his sons. The grandchildren held a special place in his heart. He maintained a pool and built a fort for the kids to enjoy. At the end of a day playing outside the grand kids would all pile in the bed with Gramps to watch TV and eat candy Gramps kept hidden. Great memories. Robby is survived by his wife of more than 45 years, Linda, and sons Jack Prentice of Bartlesville and Jeff Prentice of Dewey and friend, Sampson James. Also surviving are seven grandchildren; Tristen Prentice, Kendra Payton, Brady Prentice, Blake Prentice, Lexi Prentice, Nik Prentice, and Laynee Prentice. A special sister-in-law, Martha Ely, also survives. Robby is also survived by his mother, Phyllis Prentice and sisters Paula Raney and Pam Seybert. He was preceded in death by his father, Paul Prentice, Jr., and his grandparents. Casket escorts are his four oldest grandchildren (Tristen, Kendra, Brady, and Blake) and two sons (Jack and Jeff). Graveside services will be held on Thursday, April 28, at 11:00 am at the Dewey Cemetery. Please make contributions in Robby's memory to the New Hope Indian United Methodist Church, PO Box 503, Dewey, OK 74029. Robby was a good husband, father, grandfather and friend He will be missed
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Apr. 28 to May 27, 2016
Reed, Judy Elaine (Hamann) - Topeka  
Judy Elaine Reed, 71, of Topeka, Kansas, formerly of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, passed away Monday, April 4, 2016. She was born November 18, 1944, in McPherson, Kansas, the daughter of Walter and Mary (Snodgrass) Hamann. Judy married Jerry O. Reed on August 31, 1962 in McPherson, Kansas. He survives. She is also survived by her daughter, Barbara Coultis (David) of Topeka and daughter, Jennifer Marek (Norbert Jr.) of Westmoreland, Kansas; 4 grandchildren, Benjamin and Claire Coultis and Sarah and Andrew Marek; sisters, Marjorie Klein of Wichita, Kansas and Goldie Hill of McPherson. She was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Anita Dubus. Judy also gave of herself by being involved with various volunteer works. While living in Bartlesville, she was very active at the Tuesday House Thrift Store, and she attended the First United Methodist Church. Judy was cremated. A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, April 18th at Countryside United Methodist Church, 3221 SW Burlingame Rd., Topeka, Kansas 66611. To view the complete obituary and leave a message for the family online, please visit www.DoveCremation.com
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Apr. 10 to May 9, 2016
Roberts, William Gordon "Bill" - Bartlesville  
William Gordon "Bill" Roberts. 85 died Wednesday, March 30th, at Jane Phillips Medical Center. Memorial services will be held Tuesday, April 5th at 2:00 PM in the First Baptist Church Sanctuary. In lieu of flowers, a memorial has been established with the Salvation Army, 101 Bucy, Bartlesville, Oklahoma 74003. Bill was born on September 4, 1930 in Magnolia, Arkansas to Gordon and Marie (Nelson) Roberts. He was raised in Magnolia, playing both football and baseball in high school and junior college. He graduated in June 1952 from the University of Arkansas with degree in Chemical Engineering and went to work for Phillips Petroleum Company. He worked for several divisions of the company over the next 34 years, retiring in June, 1986. Bill married Julia Ann "Judy" Buerkle on September 28, 1952 and they established their home in Bartlesville. They were married 56 years until Judy's death on October 12, 2008. Several years later Bill married Shirley Moody Frahm on June 10, 2011. They remained married until his death. Bill was very active in the community, serving in various capacities on the Jane Phillips PTA Board, coaching little league baseball for many years, serving on the local Girl Scout Board, holding several volunteer positions on the board of the local American Legion baseball team and teaching Sunday school and serving on session in his church. He was a longtime member of Hillcrest Country Club where he enjoyed playing golf and lots of gin rummy. He was a lifelong St. Louis Cardinal and Arkansas Razorback fan. In addition to his wife, Bill is survived by his daughter Carol Starrett and husband David of Greer, SC, son Bill Jr. and wife Jayne of Edmond, Oklahoma, eight grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. Bill was preceded in death by his daughter, Nancy Flake and his brother, Jack Roberts. Friends who wish may sign the online guest book and leave condolences at www.stumpff.org.
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Apr. 3 to May 3, 2016
Robertson, Lorene (Mathis)  
Lorene (Mathis) Robertson was born February 9, 1922, in Hazel, OK, to the union of Fon Mathis and Mollie Bell Mathis and passed from this life April 23, 2016, 2:30 pm while at The Journey Home located in Bartlesville, OK. Lorene's family lived around the Maud area in Oklahoma where she graduated from Central High School in May 1941. After high school she married Elda Marion "Boots" Robertson in Bowlegs, OK, on Nov. 6, 1942. Their only child Elda Dean Robertson was born in Seminole, OK, on Jan. 14, 1947. Lorene was a member of the First Baptist Church in Ada 29 years where she enjoyed singing in the church Choir. When she moved to Bartlesville she joined First Baptist Church in Bartlesville. She graduated as a cosmetology instructor and taught for 14 years at Lela's Beauty College in Ada, OK. She owned and operated her own beauty shop for 17 years in Ada. In 1963 she closed her shop to care for her parents who were sick with cancer. She reopened her shop in 1990 and operated for 13 more years before retiring in 2003 to move to Tulsa to be near her son Dean. In Tulsa she produced many beautiful works through the blankets she crocheted for hospice patients. On average she completed two-four blankets a month for Grace Hospice of Oklahoma. Lorene spent a great deal of time sewing, quilting, embroidering and crafting for Grace Hospice and her family. She kept herself busy making beautiful quilts for everyone in the family. In Bartlesville she volunteered for ElderCare. She loved flowers and always had beautiful plants in her home. During World War II, she worked for Douglas Aircraft in Oklahoma City on an assembly line configuring the contour of the pilot door. She also worked for Wrangler jean factory as an inspector in Wewoka, OK, in 1956. Lorene is survived by her only son Dean Robertson and wife Beverly of Dewey, OK; one granddaughter Ashley Deane White and husband DeJay; one great granddaughter Zoe Alexis McCabe; one step granddaughter Jonna Reynolds; and two step great grands Keelie and Spencer White. She also leaves behind one sister Juanita Burk and nephew Johnny Ashbrook of West Monroe, LA; loving niece Linda Crews and husband Fred of Bowlegs; and nephew John Burk and wife Debbie of Beaumont, TX; and several other nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents Fon Mathis on Feb. 10, 1968, and Mollie Bell Mathis on Feb. 10, 1987, and brother J. C. Mathis on Feb. 10, 1979 and loving niece Romana Ashbrook Oct. 20, 2015. Lorene was beloved by many and will be greatly missed by her family and friends. She was always ready to lend a helping hand to family and friends keeping their hair in the latest and greatest styles. Dean and his cousins felt like they had two moms keeping them in line during their growing up years: Lorene and Juanita. She loved her Lord and was a wonderful example of a loving mother. Lorene's family will receive friends at the Davis Family Funeral Home, 918-534-3030, 113 S. Osage (Hwy. 75), Dewey, on Tuesday, April 26, from 6-7:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Journey Home, 3406 SE Kentucky Street, Bartlesville, OK 74006. Graveside services will be held 10 a.m. on Wednesday, April 27, at the Dewey Cemetery, with pastors Johnny Burk and Mark Wright officiating. Services are under the direction of Carter Davis and the Davis Family Funeral Home. Online condolences and remembrances may be shared with Lorene's family at www.DavisFamilyFuneralHome.com.
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Apr. 26 to May 25, 2016
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