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ADLER, NANCY  
October 2, 1951 - March 3, 2015 BIXBY Nancy Lee Adler, age 63, died on March 3rd, 2015 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was an adored mother and grandmother and she loved her family very much. Nancy was a proud product of the 1960s, often reminiscing about her Volkswagen Bug and her wardrobe of bellbottoms. She was a very talented woman who was gifted in the art of speaking and writing. Her life's work was service to God and the United Methodist Church where she worked as an ordained Pastor for nearly 25 years. During this time, she was a Pastor in United Methodist Churches in Lookeba, El Reno, Comanche, Snyder, Mt. Park, Laverne, Rosston and Tahlequah. The relationships she made through the Church were very precious to her. Nancy was born to Leon and Fleeta Walker on October 2nd, 1951 in Oklahoma City. As a young woman, she enjoyed writing poetry and excelled in speech and drama competitions. Nancy graduated from Classen High School in 1970 and enrolled at Oklahoma City University, majoring in Speech and Drama. After graduating from OCU, Nancy went on to earn a Master's of Religion degree from OCU and a Master's of Divinity degree from Phillips Theological Seminary. Nancy married Charles Douglas Adler in Oklahoma City on February 14, 1974. Their first child, Neill Douglas, was born on March 31, 1977. Their second child, Mandie Leigh, was born on June 22, 1979. Nancy became a grandmother in 1998, with the birth of Isaac Douglas Adler. From 1998 to 2015, Nancy became a grandmother of six and her grandchildren called her "Gran-Nan." Nancy is survived by son, Neill, daughter-in-law Brook, and grandchildren, Isaac, Nathan, and Ashley Adler of Austin, Texas; daughter, Mandie, son-in-law Mack, and grandchildren William, Mary, and Henry Renner of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Nancy was preceded in death by Doug Adler and by her parents, Leon and Fleeta Walker. Memorial Services will be held at 2:00 PM on Sunday, March 8th, 2015, at Bixby First United Methodist Church located at 15502 South Memorial Drive, Bixby, OK 74008. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in Nancy's name to the Clergy Crisis Fund of the United Methodist Church at 4201 North Classen Boulevard, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73118-2400. Bixby Funeral Service, (918) 369-1700.
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Published in The Oklahoman on Mar. 6, 2015
EDWARDS, STEVEN  
Oct. 3, 1952 - Mar. 4, 2015 EDMOND Reverend Steven Lane Edwards, 62, was born October 3, 1952, in Pontiac, Michigan, to parents Eldon & Bonnie (Hendricks) Edwards. He passed away at home in Edmond, OK, surrounded by family, March 4, 2015, after a long struggle with cadasil. Steven received his Master's of Divinity and Christian Education from Central Baptist Theological Seminary and was ordained at the First General Baptist Church in New Harmony, St. Louis, MO. He served as minister and a hospice professional with a lifelong career in church ministry, spiritual counseling, bereavement programming, and hospice administration. Formally trained in theology and pastoral care, he devoted much of his education to learning about the grief process and how to help bereaved persons. Serving as a hospice chaplain, Steve discovered he had a hospice heart and followed his calling to care for the bereaved. It was his life's work to meet people where they were in the grief process and to help them move through their journey. He shared his gifts of wisdom and observations learned from his many patients by helping grieving individuals surviving the death of a cherished loved one. He was the published author of "Griefwise," a collection of his grief writings and wisdom. He was also an accomplished songwriter and musician.Steven was preceded in death by his brother, Larry Edwards. He is survived by his beloved wife, Denise (Demuth) Edwards; parents; sister-in-law, Suzanne Edwards; son, Layne Edwards; daughter, Jessica LaFarge & husband Travis; daughter-in-law, Kimberly Edwards; grandson, Alexander Edwards; granddaughter, Kaelyn Edwards; step-grandson, Kanden LaFarge; step-granddaughter, Alexis LaFarge; and many other family members, esteemed colleagues, and friends.A celebration of Steven's life will be 2pm, Saturday, March 7, 2015, at Edmond Trinity Christian Church. A celebration will also be held in Poplar Bluff, at a future date.In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the United Leukodystrophy Foundation (cadasil) at ULF.org , the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization at NHPCO.org , or locally to the Integris Hospice House.Visit the online memorial at Baggerley.com
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Published in The Oklahoman on Mar. 6, 2015
HALE, KELLY (Memoriam)  
Sept. 29, 1980 - Mar. 6, 2010 Five years later and wemiss you more each day that passes. You are in our hearts and minds every minute.We love you. RIP
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Published in The Oklahoman on Mar. 6, 2015
HELMS, MARK (Memoriam)  
March 10, 1960-March 6, 2010 To my brother and best friend: It's been 5 years. Not a day goes by I don't relive a great memory all of which make me laugh or smile. I miss you. See you again. Love you. Mike, Alexa, and Olivia
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Published in The Oklahoman on Mar. 6, 2015
LEMMONS, TERRY (Memoriam)  
Oct 22, 1948 - March 6, 2010 It's been 5 years since that awful day, but you're still part of our family. We love and miss you and always will.Pat, Mom, Linda, Shannon, Asher, Ayden, Kasey, Jessica and Journee (new grandchild)
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Published in The Oklahoman on Mar. 6, 2015
NASH, MARY  
NashAugust 13, 1920 - March 1, 2015 ALEXANDRIA, VA Mary Frances Hendrix Nash died peacefully on Sunday, March 1, 2015, at Goodwin House Alexandria, Alexandria, Virginia. Born in Idabel, Oklahoma on August 13, 1920, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hendrix, she brought joy to life and was loved as a daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister, aunt, friend, teacher and volunteer. She graduated from Oklahoma College for Women with honors and immediately supported our country during WWII in an aviation plant in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Affectionately known as "Muff", her reputation of love for others, willingness to always help anyone in need, and offer generosity to all preceded her. She is survived by her husband of seventy years, Captain Norman C. Nash, USN (Ret.), two sons Captain Donald Nash, USN (Ret.) and Major General Gordon Nash, USMC (Ret.), and their wives Donna Lamberth Nash and Susan Fimian Nash. She will be missed by her five grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. She is also survived by her sister Emilie Fulton of Sugar Land, Texas. She was preceded in death by her sisters Eloise Poston and Louise Mott. Muff and Norm began their romance in Chickasha, Oklahoma where she was a student at Oklahoma College for Women and Norm's father Dr. M.A. Nash was the President. She immediately became a devoted Navy wife and moved many times in support of Norm's career. Muff enjoyed serving as a substitute school teacher and as a Cub Scout leader. She is remembered for her award winning Garden Club memberships and devoted service to Trinity United Methodist Church where she was head of the Trinity Flower Committee for forty years. During tours in Hawaii, California, Maryland, Rhode Island, Japan, and Virginia, Muff could be found leading clubs and organizations in support of others. A most gracious and generous host Muff was always prepared to feed and provide lodging for her many friends and family. For over thirty years Muff enjoyed weekends at the beach in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware where she took an active role in support of meetings and the local Methodist Church. Muff will always be remembered for her love and support of her husband, sons, grandchildren, and great grandchildren as well as so many others. Each grandchild received personal attention and memories from their "GRAMMY!" The family wishes to give special thanks to the staff at Goodwin House Alexandria who lovingly cared for her. A celebration of Muff's life will be held on March 8, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. Goodwin House Alexandria, 4800 Fillmore Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia. Her remains will be interred at the Columbarium at the U.S. Naval Academy at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Trinity United Methodist Church, 2911 Cameron Mills Rd., Alexandria, Virginia 22302.
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Published in The Oklahoman on Mar. 6, 2015
Norick, James (Featured)  
Former Oklahoma City Mayor James Norick died Wednesday evening, his family reports. He was 95.
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Published in The Oklahoman on Mar. 6, 2015
SWINDLE, MARY  
September 20, 1926 ~ March 4, 2015 OKLAHOMA CITY Mary Louise Swindle went to be with the Lord March 4, 2015. She was born in Randlett, Oklahoma. She was 88 years old. Mary was preceded in death by her parents, & daughter Karen Denise Swindle Southerland. She was the devoted and beloved wife of Frank for over 70 years, and a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and sister. A woman of excellence in character and spirit, she was the heart of her family. She made a wonderful, loving home and created beauty and warmth in everything she touched. She was accomplished in every homemaking skill, and was an outstanding seamstress and avid gardener. She taught Sunday School for many years and served the Lord her whole life. She leaves cherished memories with her loving husband, Frank; her daughter, Linda Higgs; her son, Walter Swindle & wife, Janet; 4 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; her sister, Betsy Brown; her brother, Paul Kemp; and nieces and nephews. Viewing will be 4-8 PM Friday at Vondel Smith Mortuary, S. Lakes. Services to celebrate her life will be at 10 AM Saturday, March 7, 2015, at South Lakes Chapel. Interment will follow at Resthaven.
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Published in The Oklahoman on Mar. 6, 2015
WEILER, RALPH  
August 2, 1920 - March 1, 2015 EDMOND Ralph B. Weiler, 94, passed away on March 01, 2015 in Oklahoma City following complications from a fall in his apartment. He will be missed by his family, friends and staff at Bradford Assisted Living Center, Edmond, where Ralph lived and was an active resident for 8 years. Ralph is survived by step-daughter, Judy Gallaher and her husband Robert of Arizona, six step-grandchildren, numerous step-great grandchildren and long-time friends, Allen and Judy Rich of Midwest City, OK. He was preceded in death by his first wife Margorie of 20 years, second wife Velma Lee of 16 years, his parents Ben and Dollie, brother Edgar, step-son Ray Bolling, step-daughter Norma Stubblefield and sweetheart, Betty Rich for 16 years. Ralph was born on August 2, 1920 in Gridley, Kansas to parents Ben Arthur and Dollie Maude. He served in the U.S. Army from 1944 through 1946, earning the Asiatic Pacific Theater, Good Conduct and Victory Medals. After moving to Oklahoma City, he began a career with Tinker Air Force Base as a sheet metal mechanic. He worked there for 32 years, where he received many achievement awards and outstanding performance ratings. Ralph was a great family man and a loving step-father. He was an active and supportive member of the Assembly of God Church. He enjoyed Gospel, Blue Grass, Country Music, woodworking, playing the harmonica and socializing with friends and family. He will be remembered as a gentile and kind man who was always available to help his neighbors and anyone in need. The residents of Bradford Village enjoyed his dry sense of humor and his harmonica concerts. The family would like to thank the management and staff of Bradford Village for their kindness and care of Ralph over the last 8 years. Services will be held on March 6, 2015, 2PM at the Eisenhour Funeral Home, 5005 SE 29th, Del City, a Military honor guard ceremony will follow at Sunny Lane Cemetery, 4000 SE 29th, Del City. Condolences may be offered at www.eisenhourfuneral.com www.eisenhourfuneral.com
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Published in The Oklahoman on Mar. 6, 2015
WHITE, KATHRYN  
July 17, 1949 - March 3, 2015 CASHION CORRECTION: The memorial service for Kathryn C. "KC" White will be 11am, FRIDAY, at Northpointe Baptist Church 5300 Coffee Creek Rd., Edmond, OK 73025.
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Published in The Oklahoman on Mar. 6, 2015
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