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The population was , at the census. Norman was settled during the Land Run of , which opened the former Unassigned Lands of Indian Territory to American pioneer settlement. The city was named in honor of Abner Norman, the area's initial land surveyor , and was formally incorporated on May 13 , Economically the city has prominent higher education and related research industries, as it is home to the University of Oklahoma , the largest university in the state, with approximately 30, students enrolled.
The university is well known for its sporting events by teams under the banner of the nickname "Sooners," with over 80, people routinely attending football games. The university is home to several museums, including the Fred Jones Jr. The National Weather Center , located in Norman, houses a unique collection of university, state, federal, and private sector organizations that work together to improve the understanding of events related to the Earth's atmosphere.
Norman lies within Tornado Alley , a geographic region where tornadic activity is particularly frequent and intense. The Oklahoma City metropolitan area, including Norman, is the most tornado-prone area in the world. SPC forecasts severe storm and tornado outbreaks nationwide. Additionally, research is conducted at the co-located National Severe Storms Laboratory NSSL , which includes field research and operates various experimental weather radars.
Treaties of and assigned the area known today as Norman to the Creek Nation. Following the Civil War, the Creeks were accused of aiding the Confederacy and as a result they ceded the region back to the United States in Abner Ernest Norman, a year-old surveyor from Kentucky , was hired to oversee part of this project.
On April 22 , , the Land Run saw the founding of Norman, with at least residents spending the night in makeshift campsites;  by the next morning a downtown was already being constructed. The City of Norman was formally incorporated on May 13 , By the downtown district contained two banks, two hotels, a flour mill, and other businesses; by there were over 3, residents living in Norman when the Oklahoma Railway Company decided to extend its interurban streetcar running from Oklahoma City to Moore into Norman, spurring additional population growth.
The city population reached 11, in In , the University of Oklahoma and Norman city officials established Max Westheimer Field, a university airstrip, and then leased it to the U. Navy as a Naval Flight Training Center in A second training center, known as Naval Air Technical Training Center, and a naval hospital were later established to the south.
Following the war the remaining military presence and post-war veterans who came to Norman to get an education again grew the city's population, which was 27, by With the completion of Interstate 35 in June ,  Norman found its role as a bedroom community to Oklahoma City increasing rapidly; in Norman's population was 33, but by the end of the decade had grown to 52, Virtually all of Norman's development is well to the west of this point.
As of , the city has a total area of The average growing season in Norman is days, but plants that can withstand short periods of colder temperatures may have an additional three to six weeks. Norman lies within Tornado Alley ,  the region of the United States where tornadic activity is most frequent.
On April 13, Norman was struck by a weak tornado. As of the census of , there were , people, 44, households, and 24, families residing within the city. Of the 44, households, The age distribution was 5. Although religious information is not collected by the U. The University of Oklahoma employs over 10, personnel across three campuses, making it a significant driver of Norman's economy. Norman is also home of the National Weather Center , a cooperative research effort between the University of Oklahoma and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that houses a number of weather- and climate -related organizations;  the city is also the proposed location of a future National Weather Museum.
In addition to weather Norman is a center for other scientific ventures — public and private. The Oklahoma Geological Survey, which conducts geological research,  and the Oklahoma Renewable Energy Council, which is a public-private alliance that fosters renewable energy technology with the aim of establishing more viable applications, make the city their home.
Begun in , the project will feature 2 miles 3. In , Norman became the 17th city in the United States to adopt a council resolution giving it status as a Fair Trade Town. Norman enjoys many cultural attractions that are funded by the university. The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art made national and international news in when it was given the Weitzenhoffer Collection, the largest collection of French Impressionist art ever given to an American university.
The museum features many complete collections of dinosaur fossils and is also noted for its Paleozoic collection, considered to be one of the largest and most important in existence. The Moore-Lindsay House is a Queen Anne -style home built prior to by prominent Norman home builder William Moore;  it was purchased by the city of Norman in and today serves as the city and Cleveland County's historical museum.
The city is also home to many privately funded galleries and performance sites. The event is typically held during the last weekend of March or first weekend of April in Reaves Park, near the university. It has been held annually in Norman since and was originally a forum for the English Department at the University of Oklahoma.
Norman Music Festival is an annual weekend music festival held in April in downtown Norman. Established in , the event had over 26, people in attendance during the festival.
The festival highlights both local musicians and internationally acclaimed artists and features many forms and styles of music. Groovefest is a music festival hosted annually at Andrews Park. On the last Sunday in September, the music festival is held to help raise awareness about human rights.
The event was established in by the University of Oklahoma chapter of Amnesty International. The Chocolate Festival, the only fundraiser of the year for the city's Firehouse Arts Center, was ranked 3 for food festivals across America by the Food Network. This festival offers various chocolate tasting sessions, chocolate art competitions and exhibits, chocolate dessert competitions and more. It has been an annual tradition since Jazz in June is a music festival held the last full weekend in June at various venues across Norman.
The festival features both jazz and blues musical performances as well as jazz educational clinics taught by professional musicians appearing in the festival and post-concert jam sessions at local venues which bring headliners and local artists together. Another , or more enjoy these same performances through post-festival broadcasts on KGOU Public Radio as well as other public radio stations throughout the state, region and nation. May Fair is an arts festival held every year during the first weekend in May at Andrews Park.
It features top area performers, fine art, crafts, and food. The series is sponsored by the Performing Arts Studio. Midsummer Nights' Fair is a nighttime arts festival held during two evenings in June.
The fair features art, music, and food and is held outside the Firehouse Art Center located in Lions Park. The parade is held in downtown Norman and features themed costumes and floats. The parade features holiday-themed costumes and floats. The University of Oklahoma sponsors many collegiate sporting events in Norman. During football season, the Oklahoma Sooners football program contributes significantly to Norman's economy. During game day weekends, Norman sees an influx out of town traffic from all over the country with over 80, people routinely attending football games.
In and its baseball team won the NCAA national championship,  and the women's softball team won the national championship in Other university men's sports include: Norman's Parks and Recreation Department facilitates 55 neighborhood and community parks, three recreation centers, a golf course and driving range, three disc golf courses, a complete swim complex with waterslides, a wading pool, 32 tennis courts, and three special services centers that offer cultural arts and senior citizen activities.
A council-manager government has been in place in Norman since the adoption of its city charter on June 28 , Councilors are elected from their own respective wards based on a plurality voting system ; a councilor from each ward serves on the Norman City Council. A mayor is elected by the entire voting population of Norman and serves as an at-large councilor; the mayor serves for a term of three years. As a whole, the council acts as the legislative body of city government; it aims to pass laws, approve the city budget, and manage efficiency in the government.
The City Council appoints a professional City Manager who is responsible for the day-to-day administrative activities of the city.
Gray Street in downtown Norman; various boards and commissions meet in accordance with their own schedules. Municipal and state laws are enforced by the Norman Police Department. The city serves as the county seat of Cleveland County.
The University of Oklahoma is the largest university in the state of Oklahoma, with approximately 30, students enrolled.
Public school districts in Oklahoma are independent of other local governments. Several districts overlap the municipal boundaries of the City of Norman. Norman Public Schools is the largest district serving Norman; there are 15 elementary schools, four middle schools, and two high schools in the district.
Noble Public Schools is a school district that serves southeastern portions of Norman, the adjoining cities of Noble and Slaughterville , and parts of Cleveland County. It consists of two elementary schools, an intermediate school, a middle school, and a high school.
Little Axe Public Schools serves the eastern area of Norman. It consists of an elementary, junior, and high school. In addition to books, the library maintains a collection of periodicals, DVD videos, audio books, e-books and research materials. The Bizzell Memorial Library at the University of Oklahoma is the largest library in the state of Oklahoma, containing more than five million volumes. The Norman Transcript is the most widely circulated Norman-based newspaper in the city. It is a daily newspaper covering events in Cleveland and McClain counties.
It is the oldest continuous business in Norman and was founded shortly after the Land Run of April on July 13 , The Oklahoma Daily is a student-run newspaper at the University of Oklahoma. It was first published in , several years after the university's founding. The paper has received numerous awards for journalism excellence including the Associated Collegiate Press ' Pacemaker Award. Norman TV is a government-access television station airing on Cox Communications cable television channel It broadcasts programming provided by the City of Norman, including video from city council meetings.
The airport serves more than 3. Norman is served locally by Max Westheimer Airport , a general aviation airport run by the University of Oklahoma.
During the last 15 months of her life, she lived in Arlington, Texas, with her great-niece, Andrea Jaksa, and her family. Aunt Daphine was active in the Presbyterian Church and found her faith particular solace in her later years. She never lost her business sense and continued to be concerned with numbers until her death.
She was an avid and adept duplicate bridge player, and she played in bridge clubs in the Seminole area for years. Aunt Daphine loved horses, and she loved to travel. She and Uncle Jim travelled the US and enjoyed horse tracks wherever they went. She continued this practice and last spring visited a Texas horse track with her family, remembering jockeys and other key information to make her a winner for the day! This is a woman with an amazing sense of manners and politeness, which she maintained until her death.
Although she never had children, she was an integral part of the lives of her great-nieces, Andrea Jaksa and Melissa Johnson, and their families. She was predeceased by her parents, brothers, sister, nephew, husband, and many dear friends. She was able, through the aid of hospice care, to stay in the home of her great niece until her death, Thursday, March 15, The service will be held on Thursday, March 22, at Harold worked in the Seminole area oilfields most of his life. He had moved back to the area from Mt.
Pleasant, Texas in Harold was a member of the St. Louis Baptist Church and had served in the U. Pleasant, Texas; she survives him of the home. Funeral services will be 2: Louis Baptist Church in St. Louis, Oklahoma with burial at Vamoosa, with military honors. Glen Peck and Frank Brewer will officiate at the services. Funeral services will be Friday, Dec. Virgil Joe Bricker was born on Nov. She preceded him in death on August 26, Mauser; aunt, LaRue Mahoney, five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, Oct. Funeral service will be Burial will be at Vamoosa Cemetery. She was born in Jasper, Arkansas on Nov. Funeral service is scheduled for 3: Memorial services will be held at Chris Stinnett and Fred Edens will officiate at the service. Brown was a former resident of Tecumseh, where she worked in the Tecumseh Public Schools. She moved to Weatherford and resided with many close friends at Parkview Terrace Apartments. She was an expert seamstress, quilter and enjoyed embroidery, blessing many with her talents.
A funeral service will be held at 2: Thursday at the First Baptist Church in Tecumseh. Memorial service for Gleeman Brown, 89 of Moore, will be held She went to be with her Lord on Aug. She was the youngest daughter of 12 brothers and sisters, two of the brothers were younger than her. They lived the first six years of their marriage in Oklahoma, where four of their six children were born. In they moved to California where they spent the balance of their marriage, and the two youngest girls were born.
Goldie worked in the fields most of her life, and helped support the family anytime she had the opportunity. She was an avid quilter, and made several quilts every year for many years. Most of the quilts she gave away to her children and grandchildren. Goldie is preceded in death by her husband Wade of 54 years who was killed in an auto accident in Feb. She was also preceded in death by one child, Joy Jean, who died shortly after her birth. Memorial services will be held Friday, August 24, at He retired from the trucking industry in the 70's.
Rolland is survived by his wife of 47 years, Jean M. He was preceded in death by his sons, Carl Dee and Rolland, Jr. Friends are invited to visit Monday from 2: A funeral service will be held at the funeral home on Tuesday at 2: Memorial contributions may be made to VFW, N. A virtual register book may be signed at www. He was born Dec. He was a professional noodler and worked breaking horses and building pole barns. Survivors include his mother, Glenda K. Cremation services are under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home in Seminole.
A memorial service is scheduled for He was brought up and graduated high school in Oklahoma City. He worked at various jobs, including owning and operating his own trucking company. He last worked four years as a Deputy Sheriff for Oklahoma County, retiring in He is survived by his wife, Donna, of the home; one son, Terry Bruce, and two grandchildren, all of Oklahoma City; one brother, Roger Anderson of Mississippi; two stepsons, Barry Browder of Florida and Bryan Browder and wife Michell, of Illinois; two step-grandchildren, along with various other relatives and many friends.
Funeral services will be held on Monday, August 13, , Services were under direction of Fisher Funeral Home of Holdenville. Lester Bryant, a long life resident of Wewoka, passed peacefully at his home on Thursday, Feb 9, at the age of 62 years.
He leaves behind his wife and best friend of 43 years, Janice, who was by his side forever and always. He was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and close friends of the family. He will forever live in our hearts. Funeral Services are scheduled for 1: Dan Factor officiating, Jimmy Don Whisnant will assist. Burial will follow at Yeager Cemetery. Nathaniel graduated from Shawnee High School in he went on to continue his education at Seminole State College where he earned his associates degree.
Interment will follow at Little Cemetery. Visitation began Monday morning, Aug 13 th from 8: She graduated from high school and later married William Bullington on June 6, She is survived by her husband, William Bullington of the home and one sister, Louise Wegman of Konawa. Funeral services are scheduled for 1: Pam Shirk will officiate. Viewing is scheduled for Thursday and Friday at the funeral home, and a book is available now for signing.
She graduated high school and married James P. She is survived by her husband, James P. She was preceded in death by her parents, Jess and Martha Bent and one sister, Dolly. Funeral services will be at He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, three sisters, and a brother-in-law. Memorial services are planned for 2: The family will receive friends and family Wednesday evening for 6: The first Wake Service was scheduled for 6: The second Wake Service was scheduled for 8: Tuesday, May 15 th at the Church.
Houston Tiger and Rev. Dorsey Nero will officiate. Pallbearers are Kenneth Moore, Jr. He was born Aug. He is survived by two brothers, Leo Burgess and Rev. Amon Burgess, both of Konawa. He was preceded in death by his parents, Anderson and Juanita Burgess; one brother, Frankie Burgess and one infant sister. Lenora Roberta England Butler 88 , better known as "Bert," is now at rest. Her spirited personality left us Dec. While many of her friends have passed on before her, many more of all ages are left to mourn her.
Roberta can best be described as energetic, spirited, independent, and loyal. She threw her whole self into everything she did. Picture her as a high school basketball star racking up the points, then as a WWII bride supporting the war effort, and then as a creative and tireless homemaker with amazing baking and sewing skills. But Roberta's spirit and energy are best seen in her personal relationships, she was funny and supportive and fiercely loyal and was deemed best friend, favorite relative, and best neighbor by many.
Predictably she was the ultimate wife and mother, always supporting without expecting thanks or credit. And her loyalties to family and friends ran deep and long; she loved returning to Oklahoma to attend her high school reunions and to visit and pay respect to departed loved ones.
Although living alone for 14 years after husband Phil's death in and always doing her own housework and even the yard work for many of those years, she always found time to show her love and caring-especially through the food prepared and delivered to so many.
But most of all we will miss her feistiness and that very unique sense of humor, the surprising facial expressions and wry comments and little jokes she would play.
She was absolutely one-of-a-kind and it was so very much a blessing to have known and loved her. Friends in Del Rio may pay respects during a visitation at G. Cox Memorial Funeral home on Wednesday, In lieu of Usual Remembrances, friends might prefer to give a memorial donation to a worthy cause of their own choosing. Jane Calger, 53 year-old, longtime Seminole resident died Thursday, Nov.
Wake service for Elizabeth Loretta Camp are scheduled for 6: Leon Postoak officiating and assisted by Pastor Faren Coody. Burial to follow at Fulkah-Harjo Cemetery, Sasakwa. She is preceded in death by her parents; children, Chiefton, Elizabeth, and Patsy. Miranda Catherine Campbell, 90 year-old, lifelong Seminole resident passed from this life Sunday, July 22, at her home in Seminole.
Visitation and services are under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home in Konawa located at N. She loved her patients, and she was an avid blood donor who gave blood 61 times in her life. Memorial service will be held 2: He worked for Coors Brewing Company in Golden, Colorado for many years as a truck driver, after retirement he moved to Seminole in He is survived by three sons, Orlan Campbell, Jr.
Wallace and Maxine C. Alexander, Linda Faye C. Anderson all of Dallas, Texas and brothers Willie E. Funeral services will be Long will officiate at the service.
Burial will be 1: Worth National Cemetery, in Dallas, Texas. Heather Lynn Capps, 39, of Dale, died Thursday, Feb 16, , of massive pulmonary edema after having had no known medical problems. She helped her dad with his academic bowl teams at Dale. She officiated at competitions and assisted him any way she could. She loved the students at Dale that she had the pleasure of working with through academic bowl competition.
Heather is survived by her parents, Larry and Janet Capps; her brother and his wife, Larry II and Kimberly Capps; her two grandmothers, Seletha Smith and Edna Capps; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and precious friends. Both of her grandfathers, Garland Smith and Charles Capps, preceded her in death. Funeral services celebrating her life will be at Burial will follow at Dale Cemetery. Louise Carpitche, 76, lifelong Konawa resident died Wednesday, Aug.
She is survived by her brother Lewis Carpitche of Konawa and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be 1: There will be a wake service at 6: She was born on Nov. Carter is survived by three sons, Willie Bob Carter, Jr.
She was preceded in death by her parents; one sister, Dolores J. Funeral services are scheduled for 11 a. Serving as casket bearers are Terry Phillips, Sr. Memorial services for Steve Caruso of El Reno, were held at 1: Caruso died on Thursday, Aug. He was born on Dec. Steve loved his family and his hobbies included basketball and riding his motorcycle.
In , Norma completed LPN training. Her career began at Mission Hill Hospital in Shawnee. Later she retired from Shawnee Regional Hospital St. Anthony's also in Shawnee. Norma is survived by three daughters and sons-in-laws, Dorothy and Royce Davis of Midwest City, Patricia and James Fowler of Plano, Texas, and Kathy and Rick Crosby of Choctaw; one son and daughter-in-law, Leslie and Jeanette Casteel of Harrison, Arkansas; one son-in-law, Cecil Bergsten of Shawnee; twelve grandchildren, and twenty six great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild and a host of other family and friends.
Interment will follow at Little Cemetery, located north of Seminole on Hwy. The casket will remain open until service time and will not be open following the service. She was a resident of Seminole then moved to McAlester, where she lived until , when she moved to Fort Gibson. Funeral service will be held at Chadwell, long time Seminole county resident, died Friday, May 4, in Wewoka at the age of Humphrey and Gladiola Juanita Sinner Humphrey.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her first husband, Charles L. Driver and her late husband, Richard Chadwell. Graveside memorial service will be held at Thursday, May 10, at Little Cemetery with Rev. Contact number is Ianos Chaffin was born Dec. Ianos is preceded in death by his parents and sisters, Louise Sherrin and Lula Chaffin.
Service for Wewoka resident Dawnette Chandler are scheduled for 2: Jimmy Freeman officiating and burial will follow at Crossroads Cemetery, Sasakwa. She was born Jan. She was born June 4, to A. She enjoyed catching up with family and friends over the internet and set up a Facebook page for the Wewok a Alumni Association. Box , Wewoka, OK Funeral service will be 1: James William " Dub" Childers, Jr.
Celebration services will be held at 2 p. Burial will follow at Maple Grove Cemetery, with military honors. Marvin Kehl will officiate at the service. The family will receive friends and family at a visitation on Tuesday evening, Sept. James is survived by his loving wife of nearly 64 years Katherine Magnino Childers, of the home.
James was preceded in death by his father, James Childers, Sr. James was born on Dec. He was the sixth child to be born and the first to be born in a hospital. Shortly after his birth the family moved to Tecumseh where he grew up, and another six children were added to the family.
There were 14 children, 12 of which survived infancy. He received the rifleman sharpshooter award and the National Defense Service Medal. James always loved to fish, but after retirement he found more free time to enjoy his favorite pasttime. Several times a week he and his fishing buddies would head off to local lakes to enjoy a day of fishing and fellowship. James played several instruments by ear including the guitar, banjo, mandolin and harmonica.
He served on several committees and was always willing to help out on projects that were ongoing at the church. He enjoyed playing his guitar and harmonica with other musicians in the church. He was always ready to volunteer to help others in need, whether it was transportation to a doctor, or helping with a repair project at home or church. James enjoyed volunteering at the Interfaith Social Ministries in Seminole. It was said he enjoyed unloading the trucks and telling jokes.
Box , Seminole, Honorary bearers will be David Forson, D. Christopher, 82 year-old, lifelong Seminole County resident died Tuesday, Sept. He was born Sept. He graduated from Varnum High School in He worked as an accountant for Exxon for over twenty years. He then went to work as an auditor for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections until his retirement.
Graveside services with Military Honors are scheduled for Funeral services will be held at 2: Dana Burgess will officiate. Services will conclude in the chapel. She was born Sept. Jen Clausing, widow of Bob Clausing, died at the age of 93 on June 22, in Tulsa following a short illness. Clausing together with her husband, Robert W. Clausing is survived by three children, W.
She was predeceased by husband, Robert W. Clausing; grandson, Scott Talkington; her six siblings and three brothers-in-law. Kirk was born Nov. With the exception of a few years when Jen followed her husband-soldier to Texas and California, Jen lived her entire life in Oklahoma.
She loved talking with customers and sharing information on growing plants and flowers. The ultimate Master Gardener even before the term was coined, Jen grew huge gardens of vegetables and flowers. She was a no-nonsense type of mother who ensured her children had equal opportunity to pull weeds and work in the garden beside her.
Her roses and irises from her bed of hundreds with over 30 species became centerpieces for many church and community events. Her flowers frequently accompanied her home-made pie or sweet rolls which she shared with someone who needed cheering up. Jen made sure her bird feeder was always filled with seed and the bird bath filled with water, even breaking the ice in it during winter.
Somehow she also found time to teach Sunday school classes and lead Campfire Girl troops. She will be remembered by her children for her dedication to her family, her ability to talk to anyone about anything, and her encouragement to become educated, contributing members of society.
She was extremely proud that her three children and five grandchildren all became college graduates. Jake married Ellen Mildred Young, Dec. She passed away on March 18, After serving in the military he worked and retired from Southwestern Bell Telephone company as district plant manager. He was a member of First United Methodist Church, Wewoka and enjoyed traveling, fishing, taking care of his place and especially spending time with his family and grandchildren.
Survivors include his children, Dr. Funeral Services will be Amanda BP Lockwood officiating, and assisted by Rev. Burial to follow at Oakwood Cemetery. He was a Konawa High School graduate and served in the U. Air Force during the Korean War. Broadway, Konawa, Oklahoma Kimberly Renee Coachman was born April 20, at Ada. She died on Sunday, Dec. She lived most of her life in Cromwell and graduated from Butner schools in She graduated from Shawnee Beauty College and became a licensed beautician.
Wake services will be 7: Abe Jackson officiating and Rev. She was a graduate of Meeker High School in Meeker, Oklahoma and had lived and worked in Seminole for the past 10 years.
She is also survived by five brothers and five sisters including Evon Pettitt and Dolly Pettitt of Seminole. Burial will be at Little Cemetery. She was a graduate of Meeker High School in Meeker and had lived and worked in Seminole for the past 10 years. She was a very loving person to her family and took very good care of her patients. The family remembers her as having a unique personality, a hard worker and had a great sense of humor who loved to study the bible and attend church.
Burial will be at Little Cemetery, Rev. Jeff Nance will officiate at the service. Betty was born on Aug. She loved to quilt. Her favorite baby gift to family and friends was "the perfect quilt".
Graveside funeral services for longtime Wewoka business leader, Betty Cohen are scheduled for 2: Helen earned her Associate Degree from the University of Houston. Helen was of the Methodist faith and was a member of the Shawnee Volunteer Auxiliary earning a lifetime member status. Larry Sparks officiating the service.
He proudly served on the Super Carrier U. Kitty Hawk and sailed around the World. He soon went to work for the Bureau of Indian Affairs as a caseworker helping the needy with assistance and other urgencies. After receiving a back injury at Commercial Brick, William was left disabled in the early 80's.
Struggling on so little, William survived by selling terrapins, garage selling, and performing odd jobs. Williams sense of duty to help others and especially help his people of The Seminole Nation rekindled in the mid's.
William was elected to represent his band, Tom Palmer and serve his people as they directed. This did not deter him from serving his people as he was appointed to many comities from former Chiefs to present. William was a wheeler and dealer some people said that he sold a local tribe a great luxurious mansion that was built from their ancestors oil royalties signed over to a Doc due to a language and literacy barrier.
William and his son Eric opened a second hand antique store on Main Street and stayed open for two years during the early nineties. William loved to fish and camp with his ol' buddy Nathan Blanton underneath the Bearden Bridge or anywhere else he could wet his line. He would tinker on small motors all day to get his merchandise ready for market or to get his nieces, nephews, or son, back on their " hogs.
Often you would see his dogs eating a meal that was better than his visitors ate all day. William loved the outdoors so much; he would have the crew move his entire bed under the stars every summer. William was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, Herb Coley and Richard Coley; sister, Patricia Robertson and a infant sister, Francis. Dad, You will be greatly missed by all whom you have touch with your knowledge, kind generosity, and love. We will see you at those pearly gates someday, and when we all do get to heaven, we will jump and shout for "Victory!
Funeral services will be held at William Coley, 74 year-old, lifelong Seminole resident passed from this life Monday, July 16, in Seminole. A wake service is scheduled for Wednesday, July 18, from 6: Funeral services is scheduled for Full obituary information is pending with Swearingen Funeral Home in Seminole.
Survivors include one son, Ron Brawdy of Seminole; one daughter, Vicki Osborn of Seminole; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A graveside service is scheduled for 2: Jimsey Harjo will officiate.
Visitation at Swearingen Funeral Home of Konawa will be from 8: He is survived by one son, Ricky Columbus of Oklahoma City; one sister, Elizabeth Anderson; one granddaughter, and one great granddaughter.
Tina was born Oct. Survivors also include her brother, Christopher Anson, Jr. She was preceded in death by her paternal grandfather, Joseph Anson, and maternal grandparents, Wayne and Ethel Phillips.
The funeral mass will be 2 p. There will be a rosary prayer service 6: Funeral services are under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home of Seminole. Funeral service for Randy Wayne Coody of Sasakwa, will be 2: Interment will follow at Fulka-Harjo Cemetery in Sasakwa.
Officiating will be Rev. Family will greet friends on Tuesday, April 17, from 5: A wake service will be held 7: Wednesday, April 18, at the Spring Baptist Church also.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Andrew Sr. Anthonys Hospital at the age of Graveside service will be 2: Funeral services for Jacqueline Elizabeth Cook, 85, are to be held at 2: Cook of Grand Junction, Colorado; seven grandchildren; and a great grandchild on the way.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Edna and A. Funeral services will be held at 1: He was born July 16, in Oklahoma City to the late Rev. Arthur Coon and Eliza Carpitcher Coon. Survivors include his children: Wake Service will be 6: The body will be taken to the Church at 4: Friday for a 7: Wake Service, Jan 20, Jimsey Harjo and Rev. Pall Bearers will be Franklin Coody Jr.
Born July 16, in Oklahoma City to the late Rev. He loved to sing Muscogee Creek Hymns. He spent his leisure time working on cars. Honorary Pall Bearers will be: Services were officiated by Bro. Timmy Coon and Bro. He had worked as a security guard and as a tribal police officer for three years. Jo Ann was born in San Francisco, Calif.
She traveled extensively throughout her life, graduating from high school in Milford, Conn. Jo Ann and Jim were married in Killeen, Tex. Coone Rebecca of Columbia, Mo. A memorial service will be 2: Betty Jo Craig age 62 years passed away Monday evening at her residence with her family at her side. She fought a good fight and a long hard battle and now has joined her Lord Jesus.
Wake service are scheduled for 6: Graveside service will be Betty is preceded in death by her mother, Virginia Bender and brother, Mike Bender. Funeral services for Frank will be held at Interment will follow at the Holdenville Cemetery. Frank married Georgia Belle Kirkpatrick on Jan.
He had dreamed of this day since he had first seen Georgia in the 4th grade at Central school. His wife Georgia preceded him in death on Sept. They enjoyed 61 years of marriage and life together. His favorite hobbies were playing bridge with his favorite partner Georgia.
He loved reading, collecting books, coin collecting, watching movies and sports. He had many accomplishments. Navy — He graduated from the Kansas City School of Watch making in He operated and owned the Frank Crane Jewelry from until He worked as a carrier clerk for the U.
Postal Service from until he retired in He was the Cub Master of Cub Scouts for three years. He coached Little League Baseball and Football for several years. Frank was a charter Member of the Elks Club and was Exalted Ruler for three years and worked as the Secretary of the Elks club for seven years. Frank was preceded in death by his parents, Frank Crane Sr. Crawford and Beatrice Laverne Sims Crawford. Dale spent his early years bull riding and was a Golden Gloves Boxing Champion two years in a row.
He is survived by his wife, Shirley Crawford of the home; three daughters, Shirley L. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lee H. She was preceded in death by her father Mirl Jones and grandson Robert L. She was preceded in death by her father and mother; her brothers, Jerry and John and her sister, Linda.
There will be no service, other than a spreading of ashes by immediate friends and family. Wewoka resident Marie Antonia Cunningham, died Tuesday, Jan 10th, at her resident in Wewoka, at the age of 68 years.
Russell Vicars officiating and interment to follow at Oakwood Cemetery. Wewoka resident Marie Antonia Cunningham, passed away Tuesday, Jan 10th, at her resident in Wewoka at the age of 68 years. Marie was a homemaker and loved taking care of her children, grandchildren, and her dogs. Memorial services for Ordell Jack Cupp, 89, will be 2: Jack served his country in the United States Army under General Patton while fighting at the Battle of the Bulge, serving from and receiving an honorable discharge.
Jack had lived in Shawnee for 57 years, having been an Ardmore resident for the past five years. He graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in Dallas, Texas and worked as a mortician and funeral director with Parks Funeral Home in Okemah and later in life assisting other funeral homes.
Jack was retired from the Shawnee Post Office where he worked as a rural letter carrier and clerk from A wake service is scheduled for 6: She is survived by one son, Albert Curley, Jr.
Louis, Oklahoma, and Johnnie Mae Tallbear of Shawnee; six grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. He was loved by his family and countless friends. This picture was taken just two weeks before his death. His family subsequently moved to Seminole for his dad to work in the oil industry. Foy worked in the advertising department of The Seminole Producer until he was hired by Chester Gates, beginning his insurance career.
Foy married Lucille "Lucy" Johnson on Jan. Foy and Lucy happily celebrated their 75 th wedding anniversary this past January, something he was very proud of. Foy enlisted and fought in World War II. He was a communications specialist and expert marksman in the Army Air Corps being stationed in the Philippines. Foy purchased the agency making it Foy Dacus Insurance. He cared for each person he insured providing love and comfort when there was a loss.
He was a member of First United Methodist Church where he served in many capacities locally and statewide. Foy absolutely loved Seminole and read The Producer daily until the day he died! He was not only active in his church but at Rivergate, a life-changing retreat for men. His life was profoundly impacted by Rivergate and thus he was able to strongly affect other men. He loved assisting in the kitchen too making amazing gravy.
Foy and Lucy enjoyed a "cottage" on Lake Eufaula. He loved spending time there. He taught countless kids to water ski over the years. Foy and Lucy traveled extensively throughout the United States in their motor home after retirement. Many summers were spent in Lake City, CO. He is survived by his dear wife, Lucy. To him, Barbara Pritchard was a cherished part of his family.
We will miss this amazing man and are grateful for the way he touched each of our lives and the imcredible example he was. Summer Lynn Daniel, age 38 of Guthrie, Oklahoma. She died on Thursday, March 8, Funeral service will be 2p.
Pastor Jerry States will be officiating. Burial will take place at Sawyer Cemetery, Seminole County. Serving as casket bearers are: Phillip Stewart and Joe Chappell. Amel was born on Nov. Amel worked on the pipe lines in surrounding states, retired from the City of Seminole but his true love was raising cattle which he did for 75 years.
Amel is survived by one son, Carl E. Amel was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Louiza Darr; his wife, Lydia; daughter, Louise Harrelson; five brothers and six sisters. Funeral service will be held at 2: Darr of Earlsboro; four nieces; three nephews; four great nieces and one great nephew. Family services are being planned for Friday, March 30, at Alice Davenport Holdenville resident died Monday, March 19, , at the age of Funeral Service will be at 1: Johns Hospital in Tulsa.
She was a former Seminole resident; who was living in Ingleside, Texas, near Corpus Christ, Texas for the past eleven years. Funeral services are under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home in Seminole. Daisy Davis, 81, Tecumseh resident died Saturday, Sept. She was a former longtime Seminole resident who was born Oct. She is survived by four sons, Charles C. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Lonnie Davis and one son, Jimmy E.
Funeral services will be at 2: Donna married Bill L. Davis in Seminole, on Sept 11, and he preceded her in death on Jan 5, Her parents, a son Brian Davis and her husband Bill Davis, preceded her in death. Burial will follow at Little Cemetery with Doug Melton officiating. She worked many years before she graduated from Oklahoma training institute with a computer degree.
She was professor for the work force of Oklahoma and at Vo-Tech. Her most recent place of employment was being a Manager at Braum's in Ada. She is survived by her husband, Glenn Davis Sr. The body will be taken to the home at 1: Burial will follow at Davis Cemetery in Sasakwa, with Rev. Interment will follow at Morse Cemetery. Bud enjoyed hunting, fishing, gardening, and was an avid outdoors man, he loved spending time with his family and grandkids, and going to the coffee shop to visit friends.
Maybeline Davis, 85, lifelong Sasakwa resident died Thursday, Oct. She is preceded in death by her parents; husband, Bill Davis Sr. The body will be taken to the home in Sasakwa at 3: Wake Service with Rev.
She was born July 2, in Jenks, Okla. Family will receive friends Friday evening, Dec. Thursday at the Oakwood Cemetery near Wewoka. F uneral arrangements are under the direction of Criswell Funeral Home, Ada. Hattie was born Feb.
Memorial graveside services will be Pastor Allen Lewis and Denny Landrum will officiate at the service. Interment will follow at the Little Cemetery.
Derryl DeShields and Bro. Jack worked for Oklahoma Natural Gas before moving to Borger, Texas, where he was employed six years by Southwestern Public Service as a chemist and instrument technician. He was very involved in the community and supported the local firemen by donating the land for the Cromwell Fire Station. In , the DeShields moved to Oklahoma City to start a trucking business. For 18 years, Jack worked as a service technician and later service manager for the Norman and Shawnee Sears stores.
Peggy is a retired school teacher, counselor and assistant principal in Oklahoma and Texas public schools. He is also survived by four cherished great-grandchildren, Liz, Matthew, Jordan and Aidan and a host of nieces and nephews and great friends. Derryl DeShields officiating and Bro. Manuel Kishketon and Rev. Dee Pat Dobbs, Jr. He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters, Pat Madsen and Ruby Beene.
He joined the Navy in He moved to Sallisaw in where he retired from Sequoyah Fuel. He was a Business Man in Sallisaw. He retired in Burial will follow in U. Viewing will be 9: Tuesday, with family to greet friends from 3: Jacob Dobbs is an honorary pallbearer.
Jack was born on Nov. Leona "Sis" Dodd, age 91 died Tuesday, Aug. Services will be Saturday, Aug. Funeral services for Alice Dodson will be held Tuesday, Aug.
She lived most of her life in the Cromwell area. In , she moved to Denton, Texas. Norma Jean preceded "Bill" in death January 19, Bill and Norma Jean lived in Seminole from to , moved to Lake Eufaula for 14 years and then back to Seminole in He was employed at Canadian Valley for 18 years. He also pumped wells for Ray Stephens and currently was a door greeter at Wal-Mart.
He attended the Assembly of God Faith. Dodson is also survived by eight grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren. Burial will take place at Little Cemetery, Little, Oklahoma. Avis was a homemaker who kept her house very well and cared for her family whom she loved very much. She was a very good grandmother and they loved her great "Home Cooking. She loved to bake cakes, pies and deliver to the elderly of her church and to her neighbors.
Avis was married to Victor G. Thrasher, the father of her children, who died on June 24, and to Oscar Dorsett, second husband who preceded her in death on Nov. Avis is survived by a son and daughter-in-law Don R.
Worth, Texas; her daughter and son-in-law, Vicky A. Haley and Erika Haley. Graveside services will be held at The family would like to thank Angelic Hospice and Rose Manor Nursing Home in Shawnee, the nurses and all staff personnel who cared for Avis during her illness. Jim Riley Douthit, Sr.
Jim was born May 26, , in Todd Town, Okla. Jim was a life long Seminole County resident who worked in the oilfields most of his life. In his later years he became an independent businessman owning and operating a heavy equipment company and gravel pit performing oilfield re-clamation work and heavy blasting to cleanup oilfield sites.
Jim married Marylee Price on Sept. She preceded him in death on May 29, Jim is also survived by numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, adopted grandchildren and one great-great grandson. Funeral services are planned for 3: Services will be officiated by Rev. Gus Monreal with burial to follow at Wolf Cemetery. Funeral services are planned for Cremation services and arrangements are under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home.
Wake service will be 6: Virginia attended Seminole public schools and graduated from Seminole High School. Visitation began at 2: Monday, June 18, and will continue until time of service. The family will gather to meet with friends from 6: Service will be Wednesday, 2: To share memories, or to sign the guest book on-line, go to www. Former Seminole resident, Patrick S. Herman-Walrond befriended Fogle and, for the next four years, surreptitiously recorded her conversations with him as part of an ongoing federal investigation.
During the investigation into Russell Taylor's child pornography operation, authorities discovered that Taylor had traded sexually explicit photos and videos of children, some as young as six, with Fogle. Taylor, who was sentenced to 27 years in prison,  was later named an unindicted co-conspirator in the FBI's case against Fogle.
Following Fogle's arrest, the FBI also subpoenaed a series of text messages made in between Fogle and Subway franchisee Cindy Mills, with whom he was having a sexual relationship at the time; in these messages, Fogle talked about sexually abusing children ranging in age from nine to 16, told her to sell herself for sex on Craigslist and asked her to arrange for him to have sex with her year-old cousin.
Subway representatives said they had no record of Mills' allegations. On August 19, , federal prosecutors announced they had reached a deal with Fogle in which he would plead guilty to two counts, one of distribution and receipt of child pornography and one of traveling to engage in illicit sexual conduct with a minor—specifically, from Indiana to New York City , where he is charged with paying to engage in sexual acts with a year-old girl.
Prosecutors alleged that Fogle offered adult prostitutes a finder's fee to find him younger sex partners. In return, Fogle agreed to a minimum sentence of five years. Supervised visits with his own children would be allowed only with approval of their mother. In a statement, Fogle apologized for his crimes, saying that he wanted a chance to become a "good, honest person" and "redeem [his] life" after being ensnared in a life of "deception, lies and complete self-centeredness.
John Bradford, a forensic psychiatrist who testified for Fogle's defense team, Fogle suffered from a compulsive eating disorder for several years before losing weight, and replaced food with a sense of " hypersexuality ", which included "mild" or "weak" pedophilia. Pratt sentenced him to 15 years, 8 months in prison, more than three years more than what prosecutors had sought, and three times what Fogle had requested. Fogle is extreme," Pratt said.
Fogle must serve a minimum of 13 years before becoming eligible for time off with good behavior. After serving his sentence, he will be on supervised release for the rest of his life. Fogle's lawyer, Ron Elberger, filed a notice of appeal on December 14, The appeal brief was due by January 25, ,  but Fogle asked for an extension for his appeal after Elberger was diagnosed with cancer. The extension was granted.
Attorney's office responded by opposing any sentence reduction. The office cited Fogle's text messages to a woman, in which Fogle stated he would "pay big" if she could procure year-old children, and that he "craved" underage Asian girls. On June 9, , Fogle's sentence was upheld by a federal appeals court.
Fogle's lawyers recommended that he serve his sentence at Federal Correctional Institution, Englewood near Littleton, Colorado ; it has a program for sex offenders. Pratt agreed with the recommendations, but she had no authority to determine where Fogle would serve his sentence. His earliest possible release date is July 11, , a month before his 52nd birthday. In March , Fogle was assaulted by another inmate, Steven Nigg, reportedly because Nigg hates child molesters.
The attack left Fogle with a bleeding nose, swollen face and scratches on his neck. On November 8, , Pratt dismissed a motion filed by Fogle hoping to overturn his convictions by stating that the federal court did not have jurisdiction to convict him. The parents of one of Fogle's victims filed a civil lawsuit against Fogle for personal injury and emotional distress.
State of New York authorities could charge Fogle with committing state crimes related to Victims 13 and 14; since it would be the state government rather than the federal government, doing so would not violate double jeopardy.
None of the crimes he could be charged with would be labeled as "rape". New York defense attorney and former assistant district attorney Matthew R. Smalls stated that New York State is unlikely to bring state charges since it would have to make a new investigation and get testimony from victims. Fogle married Elizabeth Christie, a pediatric nurse, on October 14, ; the couple divorced on October 18, On August 19, , following Fogle's appearance in federal court on charges of sex with minors and child pornography, his wife released a statement through her attorney announcing that she was seeking a divorce.
She added that she was focused "exclusively on the well-being of my children" and would have no further comment. According to court filings, she had traveled out of state before Fogle's guilty plea, and opted to stay in an undisclosed location to protect herself and the children from the "media circus" surrounding Fogle's crimes.
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