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Ross, Alpha M. "Grandma" - Caney  
"Grandma" Alpha Ross, 91, of Caney, KS passed away on May 5, 2015 while surrounded by her loving family. Alpha was born on November 12, 1923 in Caney, KS to George and Maude (Adcock) Vernon. She was one of 23 siblings, and was raised in Caney, where she lived the majority of her life. Alpha worked for Phillips Petroleum and held multiple positions within the company until her retirement in the early '90's after 25 years of service. Alpha created a legacy of family, and is a mother to a total of 8 children; Grandmother to 14 Grandchildren; Great-Grandmother to 23 children; Great-Great-Grandmother to 12 children; and finally a Great-Great-Great Grandmother to 1 child. Alpha is survived by four sons, Fred Ross of Grove, OK; Ron Ross of Caney, KS; Louie Ross Jr. of Neodesha, KS; Billy Ross of Dewey, OK; and one daughter, Denise Cox of Bartlesville, OK. She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Maude Vernon; 3 sons, Alfred Ross, Lee Louie Ross, and George Ross; two Grandchildren, Louie G. Ross III and Delbert Ross. She was also the remaining survivor of the 23 siblings. Despite her passing, her legacy will live on throughout generations of her family, as she was truly a wonderful individual who chose to make a difference in the world. Alpha will be laid to rest at Sunnyside Cemetery in Caney, KS, after a graveside memorial service on Thursday May 14th, 2015 at 11:00. 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 May 11 to June 10, 2015
Rowley, Charles Clinton "Sonny" - Bartlesville  
Mr. Charles Clinton "Sonny" Rowley, 77, of Bartlesville, died at 10:01 P.M. on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at the St. John Medical Center in Tulsa following a sudden illness.. Funeral services for Mr. Rowley will be held at 11 A.M. Monday, May 4, 2015 in the Stumpff Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Scott Fuller and Mr. James Harris officiating. Interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery where full military rites will be accorded by the Ceremonial Detail of the James H. Teel American Legion Post # 105. Funeral services and interment will be directed by the Stumpff Funeral Home & Crematory. Visitation will be held at the Stumpff Funeral Home from 9 AM to 5 P.M. Sunday and the Rowley family will receive guests at the funeral home on Sunday from 2 P.M. until 4 P.M. Casket escorts will include Jarold Addington, David Addington, Bill Addington, Bradley Addington, Jared Baughn, Jermell Jordan, Warren Addington and Rick Fuller. Mr. Rowley was born at Delaware, Oklahoma on August 15, 1937 the son of Clinton Aurthur Rowley and Margaret (Heckathorn) Rowley. He grew up and received his education in Delaware and graduated from Delaware High School. He entered the U.S. Navy on June 2, 1955 and was stationed in Hawaii. He received his Honorable Discharge on May 20, 1958 at which time he returned to Delaware, Oklahoma. He later moved to Coos Bay, Oregon where he was employed in a lumber business until returning to Oklahoma. He was employed with Page Milk Company for a number of years and in 1973 was employed with Reda Pump Company from which he retired in 1984. He was later employed as a security director at Washington Park Mall for 11 years until his second retirement in 1999. Mr. Rowley was married to Clarissa Meneses from Lima, Peru on December 18, 1964 in Bartlesville and they celebrated their Golden 50th Wedding Anniversary in December of 2014. Mr. and Mrs. Rowley have made their home in Bartlesville all of their married life. He loved to hunt and fish, watch Westerns on TV and loved British TV comedy. He also loved his grandchildren and was a huge OU fan. Mr. Rowley is survived by his wife, Clarissa Rowley, one son, Scott Rowley of Bartlesville, two daughters, Becky Franko of Bartlesville and Michelle Harris and her husband James of Bartlesville, two sisters, Babe Addington of Bartlesville and Karen Fuller and her husband Jim of Pinehurst, Idaho, his grandchildren, Crystal Epperson and her partner Jermell Jordan of Tulsa, Mahria Baughn and husband Jared of Savannah, Georgia, Brandy Harris of Bartlesville, Brandon Goss, Jaysin Rowley, Joey Rowley, Evan Rowley and Nicole Rowley, and great grandchildren, Aaliyah Carter and Paisley Baughn. He was preceded in death by his parents, Clinton A. Rowley and Margaret (Midge) Rowley. 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 May 3 to June 2, 2015
Scott, Dr. John Edward  
Dr. John Edward Scott, loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, passed away on May 16, 2015. He is survived by his three children-Barbara Albritton; Jeff Scott and his wife, Jan, and John Scott, all of Tulsa; grandchildren Gale Patterson and her husband Greg of Ladue, MO; Anne Lapour and her husband Ryan of Salem, OR; Stewart Matson of Tulsa; and Matt Scott of Pelican Lake, WI; and five great grandchildren. What Dad loved most was his family, and that love was rooted in his love for Mom. In Dad's study-directly in front of where he sat-was a decoupage plaque that read simply: "The greatest gift a man can give his children is to love their mother." Dad and Mom's lives were intertwined for 75 years, from the time they first met at Kansas City's Linwood Presbyterian Church in 1932 until she died in 2007. One could say that the finest day of Dad's life was December 28, 1943, the day that he and Mom were married. They started life together after Dad was inducted into the U.S. Army and was attending the LSU medical school in New Orleans. Once he was commissioned into the Army Medical Corps, they moved to St. Louis and then to San Francisco as Dad fulfilled his military obligation by accompanying troop trains filled with wounded American soldiers returning from World War II. Then it was on to Leavenworth, KS where Dad completed his residency in cardiology. In 1953, they-and their two young sons-settled in Bartlesville, OK. Dad loved medicine, and he took the words of the Hippocratic Oath seriously. As Bartlesville's first cardiologist, Dad quickly became known as the kind of doctor you would want but is no longer found in today's world: He made house calls. And because his patients had, by definition, serious medical conditions, he often went out in the middle of the night. Once, he went to the hospital three times on Christmas Eve to save a middle-aged heart attack victim with a family. Until Dad's retirement in 1986, he found relaxation in three ways. Indoors, he would listen to classical music, and he knew a wide range of operas by heart. Outdoors, he never lost his love of sports. He played tennis regularly until his mid-60s, and even played baseball, football and basketball with us into his mid-40s. Even then, he possessed an uncanny ability to drop kick a football and shoot two-handed set shots with a basketball, skills that had passed into sports oblivion 30 years before. Dad's other escape was our annual summer vacation, always taken the last two weeks in July and always the result of careful planning. These vacations began with trips to Estes Park, CO in the early 1950s. After Mom and Dad became the parents of a daughter in 1956, they believed we needed to see America. Beginning in 1958, we began a series of cross-country driving vacations. By the time these vacations ended in 1968, we had seen 46 of the 50 states. But of all the places we ever went, Mom and Dad loved Estes Park most. Dad also had a life-long love affair with dogs, learning, and his alma mater, the University of Missouri. Finally, Dad loved God. In truth, his faith was what tied all the pieces of his life together. As a young boy, Dad was indoctrinated into the Calvinistic tradition, and throughout his life, that doctrine never left him. He believed you should be in church on Sunday morning regardless of the weather or the other demands of your life. Although Dad acquired many translations of the Bible, he retained the language of the King James Version in his personal life. Any prayer he uttered contained "thy" and "thou." His was a faith from a bygone era, but it carried him through the challenges of his life and enabled him to enter the Valley of the Shadow without fear, without flinching, and without tears. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 21 in the sanctuary of the First Presbyterian Church, 709 S. Boston. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to the First Presbyterian Church Library Fund and the Rocky Mountain Conservancy. Ninde Brookside Chapel 918-742-5556. www.ninde.com
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from May 20 to June 19, 2015
Seidle, Decima Oklah (Davis) - Bartlesville  
Decima Oklah Seidle, age 100, and longtime resident of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, passed away on Saturday, May 9, 2015 in the Heritage Villa Nursing Center. Decima was born on March 12, 1915 Northwest of Copan, Oklahoma in Washington County. She was the daughter of George Leonard Davis and Stella Bell (Brown) Davis. In 1920, the family moved to Bartlesville where Decima received her elementary education. The family returned to Copan and she continued her education, graduating from the Copan High School in 1932. On July 29, 1932, Decima and Jack C. Seidle were united in marriage in Dewey, Oklahoma and they made their first home south of Copan. In 1941, the couple moved to Bartlesville. Jack preceded Decima in death in 2008. They had been married for 75 years, and nine months and were the proud parents of two children, Judith Jill and Jack. Mrs. Seidle was employed in the Gas Purchases Section of the Comptrollers Department of Phillips Petroleum Company from 1942 to 1952. She then worked for a year in the library of Phillips Chemical Company. She enrolled and attended Central Christian College in Bartlesville before transferring to Oklahoma State University. She earned both the Bachelor and Master degrees in Education there. She completed separate post-graduate programs leading to certification as School Counselor in 1969, and as Elementary Principal in 1971. She studied in the specialized area of Elementary Curriculum at the University of Colorado in Boulder. Mrs. Seidle held classroom assignments in elementary and junior high schools in the Bartlesville, Caney, Kansas, and Dewey Public Schools for 13 years. She then held the position of School Counselor and Assistant Principal in the Dewey Elementary School and was Administrator of Federal Programs and Special Education at the time of her retirement on June 30, 1982. Decima was a past member of the American Personnel and Guidance Association, American School Counselor Association, and Oklahoma Personnel and Guidance Association, and was selected as a biographee for the 16th edition of Who's Who in the South and Southwest for Achievement in the Fields of Counseling and Education Administration. In 1994, Decima researched and published a book of both sides of her family's genealogy entitled "Survivors II". This book is in the Family History Library of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Provo, Utah. It can also be found in the local Bartlesville public library. Decima was very proud of her family's history and made it possible for all the family members to know of their past. Decima is survived by her daughter, Judith "Jill" Jennings of Copan; her son, Jack I Seidle and his wife, Linda (Miller) Seidle of Bartlesville; four grandchildren, Jarrell Jennings, Julie Jennings, Miles Seidle, and Jacque Ramba; nine great-grandchildren, Angie Byars, Emily Seidle, Mary Seidle, Sarah Seidle, Jill M. Jennings, Meredith Ramba, Carly Seidle, Alex Ramba, and Jack T. Seidle; two great-great grandchildren, Braden Byars, and Madalynn Seidle; and two sisters, Joy Luinstra of Bartlesville and Ethel Thomas of Bowring. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Jack; two sisters, Vivian H. Ballard and Abbie A. Spearman; and a baby brother, G. L. Davis, Jr. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations in Decima's memory be made to the charity of choice. Graveside services will be held on June 20 at 2:00 PM at the Dewey Cemetery Gazebo. Cremation 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 May 17 to June 16, 2015
Shoff, Mary Lou (Brown)  
Mary Lou Shoff, age 57, and a longtime Dewey, Oklahoma resident, passed away Sunday, May 3, 2015, after an extended illness in Ponca City, Oklahoma. Mary Lou Brown was born on August 4, 1957 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. She was the daughter of Jay and V. Louise Brown. She grew up and attended school in Dewey, Oklahoma and graduated from Dewey High School in 1975. She loved being a "Bulldogger"! She married Brian M. Shoff on April 30, 1983 and they had one daughter, Keri Christine Shoff. One of Mary's favorite activities came when Keri (also a Bulldogger) played softball both for the Dewey Bulldoggers and the Bartlesville Blazers. She loved to travel to games, spend nights out of town with the team and root for them from the stands. She was also a longtime Kansas City Chiefs fan. Shortly after high school, she opened and operated "The Beauty Cottage" in Dewey for 20 years. Many happy memories came from her customers. Later in life, she was doubly blessed by granddaughters, Emilee Anne Shoff and Taylor Jae Shoff. No matter what life's circumstances, she loved her girls and Brian. Her nieces and nephews testify to how she always made each and every one of them feel special. Mary Lou was preceded in death by her parents, Jay and Louise Brown and her husband, Brian M. Shoff. She is survived by her daughter, Keri C. Shoff and partner, Tonilynn; two grandchildren, Emilee Shoff and Taylor Shoff, all of Bartlesville; her sister, Karen "Susie" Mason and her husband, Dewayne Mason, of Ponca City; her brother, David Brown and his wife, Susan, of Little Rock, Arkansas; and many nieces and nephews that she dearly loved. Memorial gifts honoring Mary and benefiting Mary's family may be sent to Truity Credit Union, made payable to the "Mary Lou Shoff Memorial". Services will be held on Friday, May 8, at 12 Noon, in the Arnold Moore & Neekamp Funeral Home. Rev. Tom Cox will be the officiant. Cremation arrangements were entrusted to the Arnold Moore & Neekamp Funeral Home, Bartlesville. Online condolences may be left at www.honoringmemories.com.
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from May 6 to June 5, 2015
Soderstrom, Linda Kay (Pedersen)  
Linda Soderstrom passed away Thursday, April 30, 2015. The family requests private family services. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Walker-Brown Funeral Home. Linda Kay Pedersen was born May 6, 1947 about 9 months after daddy, Perry, came home from WWII. She was born in Hamburg, Iowa, as was her mother, Wanda, and also her grandmother, Gladys Hayes. She has strong family roots in Iowa. In 1947, soon after Linda was born, Perry and Wanda were both baptized into the SDA church. In 1949, when Perry felt a strong call from God to be a SDA minister, the family moved to Lincoln, Nebraska to attend Union College, where they lived until 1953 when he graduated. In 1950, Linda was made a big sister when Susan was born. She loved Susan greatly because she was the most beautiful baby anyone had ever seen in their lives and Linda absolutely loved babies and baby dolls so she was one happy little girl. When Perry graduated from Union College the family moved again to Lander, Wyoming where Perry had his first job as a pastor of the Lander church. To Linda's great disappointment her second sister, Jan, was born and another disappointment was that she was a girl. Linda always told Jan that she was supposed to be a boy. Linda met Don Soderstrom at the Southview SDA Church. Don and Linda were married June 2, 1968. Linda and Don lived in Lincoln from 1968 to 1974 at which time they moved to Burlington, Iowa. In 1980 they left Iowa to make Ochelata, OK and the Bartlesville area their permanent home. Linda was preceded in death by her father, Perry Pedersen and her mother, Wanda Hayes Pedersen. She is survived by two sisters, Susan White of Columbia, MD and Jan Kramer of Redlands, CA, daughter, Kristine McLaughlin of Ochelata and son, Rick Soderstrom of Bartlesville, plus five grandchildren that were the center of her world. Online condolences for the family may be left at www.walkerbrownfuneralhome.com.
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from May 6 to June 5, 2015
Vincent, Robert Gordon "Vince"  
Robert Gordon ("Vince") Vincent was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on May 13, 1937 to Vera (Corbett) and Arthur Harold Douglas Vincent. He passed away on April 27, 2014 in Midwest City, Oklahoma. He had early careers in computer programming, real estate, and property management in Washington and Georgia. He moved to Poteau, Oklahoma, in 1990, where he owned and managed a convenience store. Vince managed a Radio Shack in Tulsa and in Bartlesville for a number of years before taking a job as a bus driver for Bartlesville Public Schools. His hobbies were flying, painting, country dancing, travel, and photography. He was predeceased by his mother and father, and one half-brother John. Vince leaves behind a wife, Arvina Vincent, of Stillwater; a step son, Brian Mitchell and wife Shelley, of Stillwater; a stepdaughter, Janis Mitchell, of Beulah, Colorado; a granddaughter, Bethany Mitchell, of Stillwater; and extended family (one half-brother, Ted, and one sister, Carole) in Canada. No services are planned. Palmer Marler Carberry Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from Apr. 29 to May 28, 2015
Whistler, Teddy Joe  
Mr. Teddy Joe Whistler, 78, of Bartlesville, died at 3:49 P.M. on Friday, April 24, 2015. Teddy was born the 3rd of 6 children to Ida M. (Black) and Leslie J. Whistler on their farm in rural Elk City, Kansas. The family later moved to Dewey, Okla., and Ted received his education in the Dewey Public School system. He lived in Dewey most of his life and moved to Bartlesville Care Center in August of 2014. He was well known and well liked by all the people around Dewey and quickly made friends with both staff and residents at Bartlesville Care Center. He loved playing the piano and singing for them. Teddy also played the guitar and was a songwriter. Rivercross Hospice was present during his last days. The family wishes to thank everyone for their kind and loving care of him. Teddy is survived by one sister, Virginia Hadley of Bartlesville, one sister-in-law, Louise Cargill Whistler of Dewey, one brother, Edward and wife Thelma Klaudt Whistler of Kansas City, Kansas, one uncle, Marvin (Pete) and wife Jean Whistler of Coffeyville, Kansas. He is also survived by 8 nephews and 6 nieces, Diane Hadley Hinkle and husband George of Bartlesville, Connie Hadley Lockhart of Houston, Texas, Sandra Hadley Gabby and husband Mark Gabby of Bartlesville, Ricky Whistler and wife of Watsonville, Pennsylvania, Jesse Whistler and wife Cheryl of Columbus, Ohio, Rick Whistler and wife Lena of Bartlesville, Mike Whistler of Bartlesville, Timothy and wife Rebecca Whistler of Wichita, Kansas, Matthew Whistler and wife Mary of Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania, Stephen Whistler and wife Candi of Washington, MO., Jonathan Whistler of Kansas City, Kansas, Dia Whistler Hemmert of Bella Vista, Arkansas, Darla Whistler and husband Scott Tummond of Gainesville, Florida, Jason Whistler and wife B.J. of Chiefland, Florida, Rachel Whistler Stuckey and husband John of Chiefland, Florida, , as well as 56 great nieces and nephews and 8 great great nieces and nephews and cousins by the dozens. Those deceased before Ted were his father and mother, three brothers, Norman Ray Whistler of Dewey, Lloyd Earl Whistler of Dewey and Michael Lee Whistler of Chiefland, Florida, one nephew-in-law, Bryan Lockhart of Houston, Texas, two great nephews, Tyler Jordan Hinkle and Norman Ray (Butch) Whistler both of Bartlesville. Memorial services will be held Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 11:00 A.M. at the Church of God Holiness, 10th & Creek in Dewey, Oklahoma with Pastor Lloyd Parrett officiating. The family requests that in lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the Church of God Holiness, c/o Lloyd Parrett, 235 N.E. Myers, Bartlesville, Okla., 74006. 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. 29 to May 28, 2015
Wilcox, Harriet Lorene (Sandwith) - Bartlesville  
Harriet Lorene Wilcox, 90, of Bartlesville, entered Eternal Rest on May 2, 2015 at Heritage Villa Nursing in Bartlesville. Harriet was born on October 23, 1924, to Margaret Davidson Sandwith and Harry Sandwith at Girard, Kansas, and spent her childhood years in Girard. Harriet was baptized into the First Baptist Church during her high school years in Girard, and remained in the Baptist faith for the rest of her life. Upon graduation from high school, she was employed at the Girard bakery, where she met her first husband, Fred R. Keller. They were married on May 1, 1942, immediately prior to Fred's two years of World War II military service in Iceland. They had two daughters, Freda in 1944 and Elizabeth in 1946, both born in Girard, Kansas. Harriet was a housewife until Fred's death in 1968. Following Fred's death, Harriet began her work life in 1968 as a Nurse Aide at the Geriatrics Unit of Jane Phillips Hospital. Two years later, she met and married Joe W. Wilcox in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. Both retired in 1981 and began to thoroughly enjoy retirement by traveling, visiting friends and family, and RVing. Their families could always expect an invitation to join them at Grand Lake for summer holiday get-togethers, and their many happy years together continued until Joe's death in 2012. Harriet was preceded in death by her parents; one brother, Joe Sandwith; two sisters, Alfreda Smith and Adelene Burch; her husbands, Fred Keller and Joe Wilcox, and her beloved, first daughter, Freda Witt and husband, Eugene. Survivors include daughter, Elizabeth Ralston and husband, John; grandson, Mike Spalding and wife, Kelli; granddaughter, Jennifer Robertson and husband, Mike; granddaughter, Lisa Delaloye and husband, Stephen; and sister, Betty LaPiere. Other survivors include seven great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Services for Harriet will be 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 6, 2015, in the Arnold Moore & Neekamp Funeral Chapel with Rev. Ralph Stafford officiating. Private interment will be in Dewey Cemetery, Dewey, Oklahoma. Services and interment are under the direction of Arnold Moore & Neekamp Funeral Home of Bartlesville. Harriet will lie in state Monday, 3-8 p.m. and Tuesday, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. For those who wish to do so, in lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Salvation Army of Bartlesville, in memory of Harriet. Those who wish may leave an online condolence at www.honoringmemories.com.
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Published in Examiner-Enterprise from May 4 to June 3, 2015
Wood, Rickey Lee "Rick" - Dewey  
Mr. Rickey Lee "Rick" Wood, 67, of Dewey, died at 12:15 P.M. on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 following an illness of several months. Funeral services for Mr. Wood will be held at 10 A.M. on Monday, May 18, 2015 at the First Baptist Church in Dewey with Pastor Mark Wright officiating. Interment will be in the Memorial Park Cemetery directed by the Stumpff Funeral Home & Crematory. In lieu of flowers a memorial fund has been established and those who wish may send their contributions to the American Cancer Society, 4110 South 100th East Ave., Suite 101, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74146. Mr. Wood was born in Bartlesville, Oklahoma on June 9, 1947 to Wilburn Nolen Wood and Normalea (Swayne) Wood. He grew up and received his education in Bartlesville graduating from College High School in 1965. He then attended Oklahoma State University at Stillwater and Northeastern State at Tahlequah until returning to Bartlesville. He was married to Sandra Kay Conner on December 25, 1969 in Dewey and they made their home initially in Bartlesville. They later moved to Dewey to make their home and have resided there since that time. Mr. Wood was employed with Phillips Petroleum Company in the late 1960's in the Gas Accounting Group and in the early 1970's was employed with Cities Service Oil Company. He then began Lynnwood Plumbing which he owned and operated for several years. In 1979 he began his employment with Applied Automation which later became ABB from which he retired in 2010. He liked to hunt and fish and was a member of the Bartlesville Bass Masters and Stump Jumpers fishing clubs. He was the family chauffer for all types of events and activities and he also portrayed the cartoon character "Goofy" with Terry and Friends at different events for a number of years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Dewey. Mr. Wood is survived by his wife, Sandy of the home, two children, Amber Quillin and husband Rob of Bartlesville and Kevin Wood and wife Shari of Blackwell, Okla., two brothers, Dana N. Wood of Oklahoma City and Robin A. Wood of Tulsa, a sister, Mitzie Anderson and husband Bob of Bartlesville, five grandchildren, Kassidy Quillin, Kyle Quillin, Haydn Wood, Cooper Wood and Jericah Wood, a brother-in-law, Rodger Conner of Moore, Okla., a sister-in-law, Judy Conner of Morris, Okla., and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents. 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 May 17 to June 16, 2015
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