Heba Irvin Aston III
1939 - 2021
Heba Irvin (H.I.) Aston III

Heba Irvin (H.I.) Aston III passed in peace at the age of 81 on Saturday, June 19, 2021. He was preceded in death by wife, Elaine. He is survived by children, Michael Irvin Aston, Kenneth Wayne Aston and Dayna Aston Cruz. Proud grandfather to Elizabeth Aston, Steven Aston, Aidan Aston and step-grandfather to Christina Cruz, Ryan Cruz, Maxwell Yell and Julian Yell.

Born in 1939 to Heba Irvin Aston II and Myra Clotilde Aston in McAlester, Oklahoma, he moved to Tulsa in high school and attended Will Rogers High School. He was awarded a tennis scholarship to the University of Tulsa where he went on to graduate from the College of Law. He practiced law in Tulsa for almost 55 years.

H.I. will be fondly remembered by family and friends as a loving husband, father and grandfather, an avid tennis player, an enthusiastic University of Tulsa sports fan, an attorney and a follower of Christ. His humor and storytelling were larger than life and brought a smile to those around him.

Family and friends are invited to attend a Celebration of Life on Friday, July 16th, at 10am at the Christ United Methodist Church at 3515 S. Harvard Ave. in Tulsa. The family is requesting donations be made in lieu of flowers to the University of Tulsa College of Law Scholarship Fund either online at utulsa.edu/support or mailed to University of Tulsa, Attn: Stacy Connor, 800 S. Tucker Dr., Tulsa, OK 74104.
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Published by Tulsa World on Jul. 11, 2021.
Celebration of Life
Christ United Methodist Church
3515 S. Harvard Ave., Tulsa, OK
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Jen, Aaron, A & E Walker
July 15, 2021
Don and Kathy Barney
July 12, 2021
Don and Kathy Barney
July 12, 2021
I always found him to be a pleasant and congenial colleague. Very sorry for your loss.
Otis W. Williams, Jr.
July 12, 2021
H.I. was always a gentleman and a true professional. I looked forward to chatting with him at the courthouse. He always had a great story to tell.
James Elder
July 12, 2021
I was just thinking of H.I. the other day. He had fallen the last time we spoke. I met him at the beauty salon. A friend brought him in & asked if I could give him a pedicure. He came in faithfully to see me until his fall. I know He´s right where He wants to be with his beloved wife! Although he will be missed. I´m sure he´s thrilled to see Elaine & all the glory surrounding him now! I´ll remember him as always talking about his wife his wonderful kids and grandkids, TU, tennis and a great career! A fortunate man He was! Truly an honor to meet him! Caryn Merrell Cypress Avenue Salon
Caryn Merrell
July 11, 2021
HI was loved, respected and honored by all who knew him. A kind and generous person whose life was a living testament to Jesus Christ. May God comfort his family in their grief. Well done, good and faithful servant. Well done.
Kurt Glassco
July 11, 2021
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