Cimarron City, Oklahoma

Aug 18, 1944 – Oct 27, 2017 (Age 73)


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Aug. 18, 1944 - Oct. 27, 2017 CRESCENT Francis Michael Bostick (Mike Bostick), age 73, passed away peacefully and surrounded by his family on Friday, October 27, 2017, in Oklahoma City. A beloved, successful businessman and philanthropist, Mike was born August 18, 1944, in Enid, to James...

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It's with a heavy heart that I learn of Mike's passing today..I've been thinking about him for the last 2 months, and my bad, just Googled him up today. I spent a lot of time with Mike from 1979 to 1987, when I moved to California after the OK oil implosion...I continued to see Mike from time to time through the mid 1990's when I finally started a family. Mike and I traveled a lot together, both on his converted Continental bus with the giant oilfield mural on each side emblazoned with It...

I was Mike's Commission attorney for the past several years. We always laughed because most things he had me do were never easy, but we got them done. He was a favorite client that I always enjoyed. I will miss him greatly, as I know his family and friends will.

Cheri Wheeler

Normally always saw him in town once a week. We exchanged typical oilfield news or just how's things were going. The past week was no difference.

Rest in Peace Mike.

With sympathy to all the family,

Ronnie Blades

My Sincere Sympathy to the Family; he was a Man among Men; loved life and gave it his all! I have known him; since, high school at Marshall and I was to the west on Hwy 51 at Hennessey. The Oil Patch is friends forever. He and Mike Culpepper would go to the open field, west of my house in Quail Creek in early 80's and see who could Crash the others remote airplanes, FIRST! I have witnessed; him taking off his coat and giving it to a hand out in the oilfield and said, There is another one;...

You were a good friend to me and my husband Blake.

Mike was a very nice gentleman. He cared very much for his employee family and their well being. The Messer-Bowers family sends their prayers to the Bostick family for the loss of a great man.