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BIGHAM, SUE - Bethany  
April 24, 1928 - July 25, 2015Funeral services for Sue Bigham will be held at 10:00 am, Saturday, August 1, at Resurrection Memorial Cemetery Chapel. Viewing will be at Bill Merritt Funeral Home on Friday from 5pm-7pm with a Rosary following.
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Published in The Oklahoman on July 30, 2015
CASTRO, PATRICIA - Moore  
December 14, 1977 - July 24, 2015 MOORE Patricia Marie Castro, age 37, of Moore, OK, passed away on July 24, 2015. Patricia was born on December 14, 1977 in Great Falls, Montana to Carlos and Rita Castillo. She attended Westmoore Community Church. She enjoyed music, Prince, Def Leopard, 80's Rock and R&B and especially going to concerts. She was a homemaker and a good one. She enjoyed taking care of her family and would help anyone. She liked cooking and was known for her tortilla casserole which was her grandmother's recipe. Her first love was her family especially her children. She is survived by her husband of 14 years, Jesse Castro; children, Elijah, Jessica and Mia Castro; parents, Carlos and Rita Castillo; sister, Anita Silva and husband John; nephew, Zachary Yost; stepdaughter, Lori Sanchez and husband John; grandchildren, Desiree, Destiny, David, Daniel and Devin. Funeral Services are 11:00 AM, Thursday, July 30, 2015, at Westmoore Community Church, located at 12609 W. Western Ave., Oklahoma City, OK. Services are under the direction of John M. Ireland & Son Funeral Home and Chapel, Moore, OK.
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Published in The Oklahoman on July 30, 2015
CRADDUCK, LINDA - Moore  
Aug. 28, 1947 - Jul. 25, 2015 MOORE Linda Starr Cradduck was born August 28, 1947, in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She passed away peacefully in her sleep early Saturday, July 25, 2015. She was 67 years old. Her parents were Fred and Ann Stevens.Linda is survived by her husband, Terry Cradduck, of Moore, Oklahoma and her two children: daughter, Debra Kay Buono and husband, Rob, from Nashua, New Hampshire, and grandchildren, Paige Buono and Trevor Buono. She is also survived by her very special son, Eddie Holland, of McCall's Chapel in Ada, Oklahoma. Linda has two brothers: James (Mac) McMillan of Galveston, Texas, and his sons: Jim McMillan, John McMillan, Scott McMillan, and Greg McMillan; brother Michael McMillan and wife, Kathy of Merced, California, and their children, John Michael McMillan and Lori Ann Silva; and one sister, Patricia Earland, and husband, Ron, of Nashville, Tennessee, and their sons, Tag Earland and Ronnie Earland. Linda enjoyed many adventures in her life, including singing for the troops in Iceland while with the USO. She owned, at a very young age, her own hair salon in Virginia Beach. Later, in Austin, TX, she owned a nail salon called Nails Unique.Linda moved to Oklahoma in early 1992 to be with Terry and she cared for his terminally ill mother for the last year of her life as well as caring for his elderly grandfather. She was a bright light in their lives during a very difficult time. At that same time, she started working for Terry as a sales rep for his new company, Unishippers. After a "short" 15-year engagement, they were married in Maui, Hawaii, in 2000. They built their dream business and have worked in it for almost 25 years. Linda and Terry were serious "lake people," enjoying their boat and dock family at Calypso Cove Marina for the last 19 years.Because of her son, Eddie, Linda has been a very enthusiastic supporter of Special Olympics for many years. She even directed the Special Olympics for McCall's Chapel in Ada, Oklahoma for 4 years.Linda loved a great variety of things. She loved the Jersey Boys, and had the joy of seeing them in person with her sister, Pat, in New York City - having front row seats! She loved riding her Sea Doo. She loved driving her red Corvette. But above all, Linda loved people.Linda absolutely loved life, and she pursued life with an amazing amount of enthusiasm and joy that inspired us and will be greatly missed.Services are under the direction of Moore Funeral and Cremation and will be held in their Chapel at 4:00 pm on Friday, July 31, 2015. There will be a visitation on Thursday, July 30, from 10:00 am - 8:00 pm.Memorials may be made to: McCall's Chapel, 13700 County Road 3600, Ada, OK 74820.
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Published in The Oklahoman on July 30, 2015
DANIEL, PAULINE - Oklahoma City  
Jul. 8, 1924 - Jul. 28, 2015 MOORE Pauline L. Daniel, 91, was born on July 8, 1924 in Moore, Oklahoma to John F. and Velma E. (Mitchell) Moak. She passed away on July 28, 2015. Pau-line worked for many years in the child care industry, which she loved immensely. She also enjoyed visiting with friends and relatives as well as sewing and crocheting. Pauline was preceded in death by both parents; her husband, Rube C. Daniel; son, Dennis Daniel; grandson, Kenneth Daniel; and one brother, Gerald Moak. She is survived by her son, Jeffrey Daniel; daughter, Carolyn Gunter; grandchildren, Michelle Reeves Johnson and Daniel Reeves; brothers, Lloyd Moak and wife Joy, and Fred Moak and wife Eilene; sisters, Gene-vieve Reynolds, Clara Jackson, and Esther Cook. Services will be held at Church of God 7th Day (3019 SE 18th St., Del City) 2:00 pm Friday, July 31st, with interment to follow at Resthaven Memory Gardens. www.ResthavenOKC.com
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Published in The Oklahoman on July 30, 2015
GLASGOW, JAMES - Oklahoma City  
April 19, 1931 - July 28, 2015 OKLAHOMA CITY Jim Glasgow was born on April 19, 1931 in Hutchison, KS to Merle and Levera Glasgow. He grew up in Bartlesville and moved to Edmond at the age of 17, graduating from Edmond High School in 1949. He attended OU where he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon, graduating in 1953 with a Bachelor's Degree in Finance. He met the love of his life, Anne Owens, while at OU and they were married on August 23, 1952. He served his country in the Air Force where he was stationed in Newfoundland and Greenland. Jim and Anne moved to Oklahoma City in 1954 where they raised their three boys. In 1963 he joined the New York Life Insurance Company. He obtained his CLU designation and become a lifetime member of the Million Dollar Roundtable. He retired in 1996 after serving his clients for 33 years. Following retirement, Jim and Anne moved to Monkey Island on Grand Lake to begin their new life and where they made many new friends while keeping in touch with all of their Oklahoma City friends. Their days were spent playing golf at Shangri La and taking their grandkids boating. Jim was an avid golfer, recording six holes-in-one. He was also an avid OU Sooner fan, traveling from Grand Lake to Norman to attend games. His bright and beautiful smile will be missed by all who knew him, but especially by his loving caregivers who so diligently and compassionately watched over him for the last two years. A special "thank you" to you both, along with all the nurses and aides at The Springs at Canterbury. Jim was preceded in death by his parents, Merle and Levera, his sister Janet Smalley, and his eldest son Doug. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Anne; son Bobby and wife Wendy; son Greg and wife Patti; grandson Sean and wife Tiffany; grandson Gage; granddaughter Sadie; sister Joan Bales; brother Jerry and wife Nancy; and brother-in-law Ken Smalley. A memorial service will be held on Monday, August 3, at 1:00 p.m. at All Souls Episcopal Church, 6400 N. Penn Ave. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to: OMRF, 825 NE 13, OKC, OK 73104 or the charity of your choice.
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Published in The Oklahoman on July 30, 2015
JENSEN, JERRY - Oklahoma City  
October 29, 1937 - July 25, 2015 OKLAHOMA CITY Jerry Elwyn Jensen was born October 29, 1937 in Oklahoma City, OK to Cecil & Lucille Kolb Jensen. He passed from this life Saturday, July 25, 2015. An above average student, he graduated from Classen High School in 1955. With the recommendation of Oklahoma Senator Mike Monroney, he received an appointment to the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. He left the Naval Academy in January 1956 to enter the US Army. He completed the US Army Military Police School, Army Language School (Chinese-Mandarin); and served the US Army Intelligence Corp, the Army Security Agency where he received Top Security Clearance. On active duty until May 1967, he was evacuated from Vietnam following a parachuting accident. He miraculously survived a 3,000 ft. fall when his parachute failed to open. He always attributed his survival to his military training and to God. The military taught him to, "land on his feet and roll to the right". He believed God put him on this earth for a specific purpose. He was badly bruised, 1" shorter, pelvis broken in 27 places & tailbone shattered. Amazingly, he sustained no broken leg, arm, back or head injuries. He was in traction for months. Many of his health problems in later life were related to this fall & exposure to Agent Orange. He was a decorated war veteran awarded with military medals and honors too numerous to list. In 1967, he left the Army to join the Norman Police Force. During this time, he met the love of his life, Maudie Louise Riley. They married July 6, 1968. After serving two years, he left the police force to work as a Wage & Hour Investigator for the US Department of Labor in Baton Rouge, LA. In 1990, he was appointed Director of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for the state of OK. Returning to OKC, he served in this capacity until retiring in 1992. After a brief retirement, he accepted a position as Assistant to the Affirmative Action Officer for the University of Oklahoma. At the age of 53 he enrolled at OU, graduating in 1995 with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts. Upon receiving this degree, he was appointed Affirmative Action Officer for the University of Oklahoma working directly for President David Boren. He retired again in 2010. After only one year of retirement, President Boren asked him to return on a part-time basis. Honored at the request, he didn't hesitate & returned to work. He served in this position until his permanent retirement in 2013. He was 76 years old. Jerry was an extraordinary man, the epitome of a loyal patriot, proud veteran, faithful husband, loving father, devoted servant who put others before himself. He was witty with a great sense of humor. He will be missed. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Maudie Louise; grandson, Patrick Jensen & wife, Shara; great-granddaughter, Vanessa Marley, who knew him only as "Papa"; sister, Janie Balthrop & husband, Charlie; nephews, Chad Balthrop & wife, Londa; and Chris Balthrop as well as numerous siblings, nieces & nephews of his wife, Maudie; & many more extended family & friends. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Vanessa Gail & parents, Cecil & Lucille Jensen. Jerry & Maudie are members of St. Andrews United Methodist Church. A Memorial Service will be at 10:00 AM, Saturday, August 1, 2015, at Resthaven Funeral Home, 500 SW 104th, OKC. At the request of the family, donations may be made to The Wounded Warrior Project at www.woundedwarriorproject.org/donate . Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Resthaven Funeral Home and Memory Gardens.
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Published in The Oklahoman on July 30, 2015
MCCAMANT, BARBARA - Lewisville  
McCamant Jan. 17, 1933 - July 25, 2015 LEWISVILLE, TEXAS Passed away peacefully Saturday, July 25, 2015. She was born to Tom and Lucille Kanaly, January 17, 1933 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.Barb was the youngest daughter of four children, which included Tom, Mary Kay and Jack. Barbara is survived by her husband Hal of 54 years, daughter Mary of Lewisville, Texas, brother Jack of Edmond, Oklahoma, grandchildren Casey Bridges, Davis Nowlin, Lacy Lovell along with many, many nieces and nephews scattered all over the U.S.Along with family, her many friends in North Texas will miss Barbara dearly. She was one of a kind.A memorial will be held Saturday, August 1, 2015, at the Dalton Family Funeral Home at 2pm, located at 1550 North Stemmons Freeway in Lewisville, Texas.
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Published in The Oklahoman on July 30, 2015
NELL, THEROL - Hollis  
February 25, 1930 - July 28, 2015 HOLLIS Funeral service for Therol Nell, 85, Hollis, Oklahoma, will be at the Church of Christ, Hollis, Oklahoma on Thursday, July 30, 2015, at 2:00 P.M. with Mark Lance and Robert Garton officiating. Burial will be at the Fairmount Cemetery, Hollis, Oklahoma under the direction of Harmon County Funeral Home. Mrs. Nell passed away at Harmon Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, July 28, 2015. Therol Nell was born to Forrest and Verna (Daggs) Motley in Hollis, Oklahoma on February 25, 1930. She married W.B. "Dub" Nell in Hollis on November 25, 1954. A 1952 graduate of Baylor University. She was a member of the Chapter "O" P.E.O. Sisterhood, '51 Sorosis and a member of the Board at Great Plains National Bank. She was a past member of the Library Board, Community Action Board, City Council and the Mayor of Hollis, Oklahoma. She was a member of the Church of Christ, Hollis. Survivors include her husband of 60 years, W.B. "Dub" Nell, Jr. of the home; her children, Susan Collier of Augusta, Arkansas, Myra and husband Steve Kuchel of Tulsa, and Steven Nell and wife Malisa of Tulsa. Memorial contributions may be made to Hollis Church of Christ or the Harmon Memorial Hospital. Online tributes may be made to the family at www.HarmonCountyFuneral.com www.harmoncountyfuneral.com
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Published in The Oklahoman on July 30, 2015
SCOTT, LORETTA - Oklahoma City  
July 14, 1930 - July 27, 2015 OKLAHOMA CITY Born July 14th, 1930 in Stonewall, Oklahoma to James William Berry Manuel and Mary Elizabeth Wallace. Loretta was one of thirteen children. She had five brothers: David Eugene, Billy Earl, William Floyd, James "Jimmy" Washington, and "Baby Brother" (Stillborn) and eight sisters: Ruby Carolyn Marie, Dovie Jane, Lovie Melvinia, Dorothy Faye, Betty Pearl, Mollie Helen, Ruth "Judy" Jearldene, and Melba Walcie. Loretta met the love of her life, Paul Eugene Scott, a native of Alex, Oklahoma. The two were wed on December 15th, 1947 and eventually took up residence in south Oklahoma City where they were regular members of Brookwood Baptist Church. Loretta worked outside the home for a number of years at Buchanan's Grocery and lastly at Sears Department Stores. An avid gardener, Loretta worked tirelessly to make her yard and gardens a thing of beauty for all to enjoy. Preceded in death by both of her parents, her brothers: David, Billy, and Jimmy, as well as her sisters: Ruby, Dorothy, and Mollie, and Loretta's loving husband, Paul. Loretta is survived by her six children: Bonnie Hughes, Eddie Scott and his wife Helen, Margaret McBride and her husband Mike, Kenneth Scott, Paul Scott and his wife Teresa, and Jim Scott and his wife Stephanie. Blessed in life, the Lord gave Loretta and Paul ten grandchildren and sixteen great grandchildren. Her love and life touched so many, and to so many she brought only love and acceptance. Loretta's labors here on Earth were done and she passed on to be reunited with her husband, Paul, on July 27th, 2015. Visitation will be held Thursday from 12:00pm-8:00pm. Funeral ceremony will be held 10:00am Friday at the Resthaven Funeral Home Chapel. Arrangements have been entrusted to Rest-haven Funeral Home, resthavenokc.com
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Published in The Oklahoman on July 30, 2015

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BAUMGART, JOSEPH - Canton  
Baumgart, Jr.December 28, 1954 - July 26, 2015 OKLAHOMA CITY Joseph Thomas Baumgart, Jr. went home to be with his Lord and Savior on the morning of Sunday, July 26, 2015, in Oklahoma City. He leaves behind his wife of 37 years, Cynthia Miller Baumgart; children, Helen Ruth Baumgart, Sarah Baumgart Canessa, and Andrew Joseph Baumgart. He also is survived by his sisters, Katie Ruth Lamb and Debbie Boldman. Joe will be honored at a Memorial Service at Northwest Bible Church, 4301 NW 36th St., OKC, on Thursday, July 29th, at 6pm. A service in Ohio will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Gideon Society or the Wounded Warrior Project.
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Published in The Oklahoman on July 29, 2015
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