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NHS Class of 1980 Memorial Page
This page is dedicated to the NHS class of 1980 alums who have passed on -- please send updates to the webmaster.
Patrick Althoff

Patrick Althoff, 50, passed away Monday, Jan. 23, 2012 at home in Pflugerville, TX

A memorial service celebrating Patrick's life wil be 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Gabriels Funeral Chapel in Georgetown, Tx.

Patrick was born on Dec. 32, 1961, to Douglas and Velma Althoff in Norman.  He lived most of his life in Norman graduating from Norman High School in 1980., then studying business at the University of Oklahoma.  Patrick was very active in the Norman community and, at a young age, he sold real estate in Norman and eventually relocated to Austin, Texas, where he designed and built his home in Pflugerville, TX.

Patrick lived life to the fullest and had a positive impact on all who knew him especially his three nephews and niece.  They loved spending many days with their Uncle Pat and grew up with a strong devotion and admiration for him.

Patrick met Olivia in 2006 and they were great friends who became soulmates.  They married and soon began a successful business together, which became their passion.  "The Althoff House".  The Althoff House is an assisted living facility for Alzheimer's, dementia and elderly care in Pflugerville.  Pat spent his time running the business matters for the home, and Olivia managed the health care for the patients.

Patrick was preceded in death by his father, Douglas Althoff.

He leaves behind his wife, Olivia; mother, Velma Althoff; brother, Dale Althoff; sister, Raylene Cossey; his nephews Chris and wife Tami and their children Asher & Avery; Matt and fiance Katie and their son Matt, and Alton Cossey; and niece, Tara Jordan and her husband Grant and their children Gavin and Conner.

Memorial in Patrick's honor may be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

Jack Armstrong


Kathleen Mary Batchelor Brannen

Kathleen Mary Brannen (née Batchelor), affectionately known as “Leeny” to her friends, and “Queen B” to her students, was born in Syracuse, New York to Kathleen Joyce (Whitten) and Donald S. Batchelor, the fourth of five children and self-proclaimed “favorite child” (which in fact, all agreed, she was). Hugger and smoocher extraordinaire, fiercely loyal friend, Harry Potter aficionado, lifetime lover of Snoopy, champion sleeper, and long-time community volunteer, Kathleen embraced life with passion and grace.

Kathleen graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in education and a M.S. in Deaf Education. In June of 1987 she married the love of her life, David Brannen, in Norman, OK. In 1992 they welcomed their amazing daughter, Katherine (Kate), into the world. From the Woodlands, Texas to San Antonio and from Broken Arrow to Edmond, OK, Kathleen loved, nurtured and taught children and always found a way to help others with her kind and generous spirit. After moving to Edmond in 2003, Kathleen formed a tight community of friends including her beloved “busy bees” and parents at St. Mary’s Episcopal School, her “team” at Edmond Mobile Meals, and her dear friends at Bible Study Fellowship.

Kathleen enjoyed cooking, collecting cookbooks, antiquing, and rooting for the Sooners (much to the chagrin of her UT Longhorn husband). She loved to entertain and her “Gazebo Nights” were legendary.

She is survived by David, her loving husband of thirty years, and Kate, the daughter of whom she was so immensely proud.

In addition, Kathleen is also survived by her four siblings, Laurie Batchelor of Lakeville, CT, Sarah Harrison of Norman, OK, Donald Batchelor of Southlake, TX, and Nancy Batchelor of Oak Harbor, WA.

A memorial service will be held at St. Augustine Episcopal Church located at 14700 N May Ave, Oklahoma City, OK on Friday, August 25 at 1:30 pm.

Lauri Beth Byars Glass

Lauri Beth Byars Glass, 39, of St. Charles, Mo., died Sunday, Oct. 14, in St. Charles. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 19, at the New Life Bible Church of Norman with the Rev. Russ Martin officiating.

Burial will follow at the Resthaven Memory Gardens Cemetery of Oklahoma City. Services are under the direction of Havenbrook Funeral Home of Norman.
Mrs. Glass was born Nov. 6, 1961, in Shreveport, La., to Harold Don and Wanda Earlene Potts Byars. She graduated from Norman High School in 1980. In high school, she was a member of Job's Daughters and served as Honor Queen. After graduating from high school, Mrs. Glass worked as a dental hygienist.

Mrs. Glass was preceded in death by her father and a sister, Sandra Gay Byars.  She is survived by her mother, of Norman; a son, Frederick Glass III, of  St. Charles, Mo.; her maternal grandmother, Grace Potts, of Norman; a sister, Teresa Staebler, and her husband, Kevin, of Mountain Home, Idaho; a brother, William Randal Byars, and his wife, Cyndi, of Norman; nieces, Chloe Byars and Samantha Staebler; and a nephew, Cody Staebler. The family will greet visitors at her mother's home, 1637 Pecan, Norman, 321-7974.

Memorial donations may be made to the Frederick H. Glass III Trust, in care of Charles Hollingsworth, Arvest Security Bank, Norman.


Eric Ballenger

Eric Halbert Ballenger, 47, of Norman, died sunday, March 21.  Services will be at a later date.  Arrangements are with Havenbrook funeral Home of Norman.  He was born April 6, 1962 in Twin Falls, Idaho, to Jerry Halbert and Judity Anne (Webb) Ballenger.  He moved to Norman in 1973 and graduated from Norman High in 1980.  Eric was preceded in death by his parents.  Survivors include his sister, Jennifer Gray of Norman; two brothers, Jesse Ballenger of tucson, AZ and Andrew Ballenger of Fairfax, VA and severn nieces and nephews.

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John Phillip Compton
John Phillip Compton, 45, was born in Chickasha, Dec. 30, 1961, to John L. and Shirley (Wolfenberger) Compton. He died Friday, Nov. 2, at Norman Regional Hospital, following a sudden illness.
Phillip moved with his family to Norman when he was 9 months old and graduated from Norman High School with the Class of 1980. He was an outstanding athlete from a small child through high school, his family said, and he played basketball, football and baseball. He attended the University of Oklahoma for four years. He worked for many years in commercial construction. He was baptized at the New Life Baptist Church and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Norman.
He will be remembered for his courage in dealing with a debilitating illness with which he struggled for many years. "He was still able to put a smile on all our faces with his sense of humor and his caring light spirit," a family member said. He loved his family and will be sorely missed by all, they said.
Phillip was preceded in death by his mother Shirley Compton; his grandparents Jim and Elizabeth Wolfenberger and Ruby Compton; and an uncle, J. D. Wolfenberger.
Survivors include his father and stepmother John and JoAnna Compton; sister Karen Compton; brother Bruce Compton and his wife Macy; aunt Anita Plummer and husband Jerry, all of Norman; aunt Carol Wolfenberger of Yukon; nieces and nephews, Shelly Compton, Stacy Compton and Joshua Compton Lewis; aunts, uncles and cousins, and many friends at McKenzie Gardens and Thunderbird Clubhouse.
Graveside services will be 11 a.m. today at Memory Lane Cemetery with the Rev. James Ehrlich, pastor of Bethel Baptist Church in Norman, officiating. Viewing will be 9 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. at Steverson Funeral Home, Anadarko.
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Tim Cossey

Clark Clarkson

Services for Beth Diane Sheppart, 18 and Clarence R. "Clark" Clarkson III, will be held at 3:00pm Thursday in Crystal Chapel at Wilson Funeral.  Service with the Rev. Dick Smith, associate minister of Mcfarlin Memorial United Methodist Church, officiating.  Burials will be in the IOOF Cemetery.  Rainbow graveside services will be held for Miss Sheppard.

They were killed in a traffic accident Saturday in Kansas City, MO.

Clarkson was born June 14, 1962 in Kansas City, Kan., and moved to Norman in 1972 from Mineral Wells, TX.  He was a 1980 graduate of Norman High School and also was attending Southwestern State University majoring in pre-engineering.  He had been employed with John Harlend Check Printing, OKC.

He is survived by his parents, Clarence Jr. and Beverly Clarkson of the home; a sister, Kelly of Norman; a brother Gregory of Norman, maternal grandmother, Nina Shaw of Kansas City , Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Clarkence R. Clarkson of Kansas City, KS and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Bearers will be Doug Wilson, Howard Shaw, Marty Tompkins, Terry Saxon, Mark Pilling and E.J. Smith

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Catherine Crow Hill


Troy David Curcie Drake

After a long hard fought battle with liver disease, David Troy Curcie Drake went
to be with his heavenly father today, July 27, 2016. At 54 years of age he was
much to young to die, but his body though it fought hard finally gave out. He was
at peace with his Father and is no longer suffering. His body is healed and we
know he is watching us from Heaven. He was a loving and devoted son, brother,
father and grandfather and friend to many. He was his 4 children's rock and
greatest supporter and was always wanting to spend time with his 5

In his last days, Troy was surrounded by 3 of his 4 children, Levi,
<>Lacey and Jordan and they brought a great comfort to him. 
The services are set for this Friday, Aug 5th. Any amount you can donate will be

Scott Cullins

Thomas Scott Cullins, 46, of Norman Oklahoma died Saturday, November 29, 2008 after open heart surgery. He was born to Lt. Col. Thomas E. and Margaret Cullins at Fort Lee Virginia May 7, 1962.Scott was preceded in death by his father, Tom Cullins in 1987. He is survived by his mother, Margaret and stepfather, Joe Gil; sister, Cindy Cullins and Kami, Kara and Noah Willyard; his special good buddy, James Dragg and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.A Memorial Service will be held at 3:00 P.M., on Wednesday, December 3, 2008, at the Havenbrook Funeral Home.
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Danny Eddy

Daniel Patrick Eddy was born November 16th in Montreal, Canada and died at the age of 55 on December 10th, 2016 after a four year battle with cancer. Dan is survived by his loving wife, Meredith; his devoted daughter Ashley (TJ Thresher) and her three children, his mother Margaret (Follis), his siblings Jackie (Morton) and Terry and many nieces and nephews for whom he carried strong affection. Dan was preceded in death by his father G. Amos, his brother Mike, and his sister Kathleen (Surm). Family was central in Dan's life. His grandchildren Noah (Heidel), Brayden and Kynzi were the light in his eyes. Dan was a lover of all things outdoors.  When possible, he spent his leisure time with the love of his life, Meredith, in the woods of the northwestern WA state area or on Vancouver Island, BC. In Oklahoma, Dan spent his respite time with his wife and family at his residence or at the cabins surrounding Lake Eufaula. Following cremation, Dan’s family will hold a day of remembrance at his residence. The date has yet to be determined

Daniel Eddy
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Jay Geis

Buriel:  Kingfisher County, OK
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Michael Wayne Grimwood

Michael Wayne Grimwood of Norman departed this life on Aug. 22, 2015. Mike was the son of Wayne and Novie Grimwood. He was born March 11, 1962 in Norman. He was preceded in death by his Father, Wayne Grimwood. He is survived by his Mother, Novie Grimwood beloved sister Sheryl Gibbens and Mike of Tulsa, OK., the joy of his life niece, Lea Gibbens of Durango, Colorado, Nephew Mark Gibbens and wife Meagan of Tulsa, OK, Great niece Violet Gibbens of Tulsa, OK. And many, many long standing friends, cousins and loyal customers.
Mike was a great outdoorsman, golf, hiking and bike riding.
He will be dearly missed by all.
Memorial Service will be held at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 235 W. Duffy, Norman on Friday, August 28, 2015 at 10:00AM.
In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations be made to St. John’s Episcopal Church, PO 2088, Norman, OK 73070, Red Bud Classic, J.D. McCarthy Marathon or the charity of your choice.

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Cathryn Louise Groninga Breslin

Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, friend and teacher passed away on July 10, 2015 in Tulsa, OK.  She was born in Glendale, CA in 1962 to Charles and Norma Groninga.  Even as a young girl, she loved to play teacher and created lessons for her sisters.  She followed this childhood love and earned her Bachelors in Education from Oklahoma State University in 1988.  For the next 27 years, "Mrs. B" led almost one thousand first graders teaching them to read, write and fall in love with learning.  She is survived by, and remains in the hearts of, her husband Bob, sons Derek and Benjamin, father Charles, sisters Kelly and Karen, brother Steve, and twin grandchildren, Luna and Leo, as well as the counless other family members, friends and students whose lives she touched. 

Memorial servic3es to be held at Floral Have in Tulsa on Tuesday, July 14, at 10:00 am with visitation being held the day prior, July 13, 205 from 2:00pm to 8:00pm with the family to greet from 6-8:00pm

Linda Hazlin
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Chip Herring
Robert Steve Herring Jr., 55 of Noble passed away on February 28, 2017 in Norman, Oklahoma. He was born on February 7, 1962 to Robert Steve Herring Sr. and Joy Janell (LaValley) Herring. He graduated in 1980 from Norman High School. Chip married his love, Vickie Brooks on December 17, 2005 in Norman, Oklahoma. He worked for Total Truck and Trailer in Norman as a salesman. Learning the love of being an outdoorsman from his dad, Chip enjoyed fishing. Chip could build anything and enjoyed the process of putting all the pieces together. Chip was an active member of the Norman Moose Lodge. He served one term as Governor and he was a Moose Legend Member.

Preceding him in death are his parents, Robert Herring (2014) and Joy Herring (2011).

Survivors include his wife, Vickie of the home, step-children Shannon Cockburn and Melonie Cole and husband Bryan, grandchildren Camryn Cockburn, Barrett Cole and Shayden Cole, sister Brenda Paylor and husband Art of Olathe, Kansas, uncle Gary LaValley of Holdenville, aunts Sharon Tate of Oklahoma City and Loretta Bennett of Austin, Texas, sisters-in-law Debbie Helm and Deana Ayers both of Durant, nieces and nephews Arthur Paylor and wife Renata, Lindsay Bell and husband Greg, as well as a host of other relatives and friends. - See more at:
Robert Steve Herring Jr., 55 of Noble, passed away on February 28, 2017 in Norman, OK.  He was born on February 7, 1962 to Robert Steve  Herring, Sr., and Joy Janell (LaValley) Herring.  He graduated in 1980 from Norman High School.  Chip married his love, Vickie Brooks on December 17, 2005 in Norman, OK.  He worked for Total Truck and Trailer in Norman as a salesman.  learning the love of being an outdoorsman from his dad, Chip enjoyed fishing.  Chip could build anything and enjoyed the process of putting all the pieces together.  Chip was an active member of the Norman Moose Lodge.  He served one term as Governor and he was a Moose Legend Member.

Preceding him in death are his paretns, Robert Herring (2014) and Joy Herring (2011)

Survivors include his wife, Vickie of the home, step-children Shannon Cockburn and Melonie Cole and husband Bryan, grandchildren Camryn Cockburn, Barrett Cole and Shayden Cole, sister Brenda Paylor and husband Art of Olathe, Kansas, uncle Gary LaValley of Holdenville, aunts
Sharon Tate of Oklahoma City and Loretta Bennett of Austin, Texas, sisters-in-law Debbie Helm and Deana Ayers both of Durant, nieces and nephews Arthur Paylor and wife Renata, Lindsay Bell and husband Greg, as well as a host of other relatives and friends.

A funeral service has been scheduled for 2:00PM on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at the East Main Church of Christ in Holdenville, Oklahoma. Casey LaValley will officiate the service.
Pallbearers will be Bryan Cole, Art Paylor, Arthur Paylor, Greg Bell, Alex Barr and DeWayne Williams. Interment will follow at the Holdenville Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Hudson-Phillips Funeral Home in Holdenville.
Robert Steve Herring Jr., 55 of Noble passed away on February 28, 2017 in Norman, Oklahoma. He was born on February 7, 1962 to Robert Steve Herring Sr. and Joy Janell (LaValley) Herring. He graduated in 1980 from Norman High School. Chip married his love, Vickie Brooks on December 17, 2005 in Norman, Oklahoma. He worked for Total Truck and Trailer in Norman as a salesman. Learning the love of being an outdoorsman from his dad, Chip enjoyed fishing. Chip could build anything and enjoyed the process of putting all the pieces together. Chip was an active member of the Norman Moose Lodge. He served one term as Governor and he was a Moose Legend Member.

Preceding him in death are his parents, Robert Herring (2014) and Joy Herring (2011).

Survivors include his wife, Vickie of the home, step-children Shannon Cockburn and Melonie Cole and husband Bryan, grandchildren Camryn Cockburn, Barrett Cole and Shayden Cole, sister Brenda Paylor and husband Art of Olathe, Kansas, uncle Gary LaValley of Holdenville, aunts Sharon Tate of Oklahoma City and Loretta Bennett of Austin, Texas, sisters-in-law Debbie Helm and Deana Ayers both of Durant, nieces and nephews Arthur Paylor and wife Renata, Lindsay Bell and husband Greg, as well as a host of other relatives and friends. - See more at:
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Cathey  Jo Kirk Berschger

Cathey Berschger, 55, of Navarre, Fla, passed away Saturday, Oct 14, 2017.  She was born January 29, 1962 in Madison, Tennessee, to parents Karen Puckett and James Kirk.  She was the eldest of two children.

Cathey has three children, Jeanna Kay Carpenter (34 yrs), James R yan Woodall (32 yrs) and Kelsey Lene Berschger (27 yrs).  Cathey married Steve Berschger on October 21, 1994, spending nearly 24 loving years together.  During her work career, Cathey was an office manager for State Wide Data Corporation, a beloved manager of Navarre Action Bait and Tackle, and caring Pharmacy Technician at Rx Express Pharmacy in Navarre.

Cathey is survived by her husband of 24 years, Steve Berschger, her three children jeanna, James and Kelsey, six grandchildredn, Emily, Sean, Ryan, Daila, Savannah and Gabriel; her mother Karen Donaldson; brother Scott Kirk; other family members, many friends and her beloved fur babies.

The family extends a special thank you to the staff members at Baptist Gulf Breeze Hospital and Sacred Heart Covenant Care for the loving care given to our beautiful angel.  Love Forever and For Always, the Berschger Family.

A Memorial Service will be held at 6:00pm,  Monday October 23, 2017, at Lewis Funeral Home, Navarre Chapel, with Rev. Mike Poston officiating.  The family will receive friends at 5:00 - 6:00 prior to the service.

Chuck Lane

Charles Calvin Lane Jr., 45, formerly of Norman, OK died Friday, August 17, 2007, in Denver, CO. 
 He was  born in Norman, OK on November 23, 1961, Thanksgiving Day and died in Denver, CO, at Rose Medical Center.  Chuck graduated from Norman High School in 1980 and attended the University of Oklahoma.  He moved to Denver in the late 90’s continuing his career in graphic design and print art.

He was owner and operator of Web concepts, LLC, a computer website design and consulting company, where he created websites for a variety of clients.  During the past year, he was also working on real estate investment, looking for properties to fix and flip.
He is survived by his many friends and family.  Survivors include his father and step-mother, Charles and Delores Lane of Norman; mother, Joy Evangel lane, of Norman; sister, Connie Anne Offenburger and husband, John, of Norman; significant other, Rodney Allen, of Denver, CO; nieces and nephews; Grant, Gregory, Garrett, Brad and Mary Beth Offenburger; stepbrother, Glenn Holesonbake; stepsister, Allison Chapmond and husband, Tony; step new phew, Jacob Chapmond; uncles and aunts; Pat and Wenona Marquis of Virginia, Edgar and Sharline Dennis of Georgia, John and Donna Dennis of Georgia, Dan and Freda Storm of Norman, twenty-six first cousins, and numerous other relatives.
Chuck was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Bay and Ethel Bettes, maternal grandparents, Rev. R.F., an Eulah Dennis; and Uncle Bruce Dennis and Aunt Mary Dove Hartig.

Tammy Lohman Frazier

Tammy K. Frazier, 45, of Brighton,  passed away on August 28, 2008 at her home. She was born on December 9, 1962 in Farmington, New Mexico to Phillip and Norma (Shebester) Lohmann. Tammy graduated from High School in Norman, Oklahoma and received a Bachelors Degree from Oklahoma University in Fashion Merchandising. She married David Frazier on May 20, 1989 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Tammy has lived in Brighton for the last 17 years. She loved to make jewelry, bead work, needle point and cross stitch. She had a contagious smile, was always giving and selfless at heart. She was always giving of herself to those around her. Tammy loved watching her children play sports. She coached youth soccer in Brighton and had helped with the Brighton Booster Club. Tammy always supported the BHS Spaghetti Dinners.

Survivors include her mother Norma Lohmann of Norman, Oklahoma, brother Jeff Lohmann of Norman, Oklahoma and sister Sandy Brickman also of Norman, Oklahoma, husband David Frazier of Brighton, daughter Bridgette Frazier of Burnett, Texas, sons Jay O. Frazier of Brighton and Colton Frazier also of Brighton, grandson Devin Rhodes and granddaughter Shelby Frazier.

Visitation will be held on Monday, September 1, 2008 from 5-8pm at the Tabor-Rice Funeral Home in Brighton. Funeral services will conclude on Tuesday, September 2, 2008 at 10am also at the Tabor-Rice Funeral Home in Brighton.
Memorial Contributions may be made in Tammy's memory to the Brighton Booster Club.
Tabor-Rice Funeral Home handled arrangements.


Jimmy Madison





Lee Clayton Mitchell

Lee Clayton Mitchell, 57, of Oklahoma City, OK passed away Monday, August 3rd, 2020. Lee was born 8-12-62 in Amarillo, TX and was raised in Tulsa and Norman, OK. He graduated 1980 Norman High School. He attended OU & UCO. He was a loving husband, father, son, brother and the most loyal friend a person could ask for. Lee worked at the family business, Mitchell & Associates Accounting & Tax Firm from 1981 until he took over in 2007. Lee had many passions in life - his pets (which in his life included raccoons, ducks, guinea pigs along with his beloved dogs), sports (especially OU sports). Lee's main passion was Music, starting out as a child on piano, later the guitar and vocals; passing his passion for Music on to his little brother, Reagan, who took up the drums at a very young age. The two brothers spent a good portion of their youth convinced that one day, they would surely become the next Van Halen. He later passed his talent and his passion to his son, Clayton who played violin in school, later playing the guitar and his daughter, Hannah, now a classically trained vocalist. Lee was also a "foodie" before being a "foodie" was even a thing and everyone always looked forward to his cooking. Lee was preceded in death by his grandparents & his father, Jerry Mitchell. Lee is survived by his mother, Janice Mitchell, wife Kari Mitchell, son Clayton Mitchell, daughter Hannah Mitchell and little brother Reagan Mitchell (who still refuses to apologize for destroying your road atlas on the Los Angeles trip). The Mitchell family would like to thank the ICU doctors, nurses and staff at Baptist Integris Hospital in Oklahoma City. You have difficult jobs made a little more difficult with additional Covid-19 obstacles, yet every single one of you treated Lee and ourselves with compassion & professionalism of the highest caliber imaginable. We hold all of you in our hearts with the warmest regards always and thank you for your service. A memorial service will be at Ascension Lutheran Church in Del City Monday Aug 10 at 1pm and will be live streamed on Facebook.

Lee Clayton Mitchell

Robert Dwight Magarian

Robert passed away Monday, August 7, 2017.  Visitation will be 5:00-8:00pm Thursday, Aug 10, 2017 at Havenbrook . 
Services are scheduled for 11:00 Friday, Aug 11 at Bethel Baptist Church of Norman

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OKLAHOMA CITY Kyle R. Moore, DDS, age 52, passed away April 14, 2014, at his home in Oklahoma City. He was born at Ada, OK on January 8, 1962. He graduated from Norman High School in 1980 and the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry June 1, 1996. He was preceded in death by his father, James G. Moore; and grandparents, Newman A. DaVault and Alpha King DaVault and James H. Moore and Walcie Moore. He is survived by his mother, Betty E. Moore, Norman, OK; and three siblings, John Gregory Moore, of Mont Clare, WV, David Barry Moore, of Atlanta, GA, and Melinda E. Friend, of Leesburg, VA; nieces and nephews, Lacy Moore, Austin, TX, Andrew Friend, Washington, DC, Lauren Rosa, Kailua, HI, Daniel Friend, Leesburg, VA, Hunter Moore, Houston, TX, Alex, Jacob and Christian Moore, of Atlanta, GA; and his little terrier, Kelsey, now living in Norman with his grandma.

Memorial service to be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, May 23, 2014, at the Christ Our Redeemer Anglican Church, located at 204 S.W. 104, Oklahoma City. The service will be conducted by longtime friends, John and Frankie Campbell. His sweet smile will be missed by everyone who knew him. -

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Mary Nappa

Mary Zahea Nappa, age 55, was born January 31, 1962 and passed away February 22, 2017. Mary was born overseas at 4343rd U.S. Airforce Base hospital in Deols, Indre, France to R. H. Nappa (deceased), and Dr. Zahea Hassen Nappa of Austin, Texas. Mary has two sisters and one brother: Anne Nappa of Austin, Texas, Janette Stinnett of Del City, Oklahoma, and Mike Nappa of Loveland, Colorado.

Mary has two sons and a daughter. Her oldest son Christopher Nappa and girlfriend Lyndsey Bird of Moore, Oklahoma, her daughter Tiffany Ayala and her husband Andrew Ayala of Choctaw, Oklahoma, and her younger son Andy Navarro of Del City, Oklahoma.

Mary has ten grandchildren. She has an extended family of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Mary became a Christian as a teenager in Norman, Oklahoma. She was later baptized at Bannockburn Baptist Church in Austin, Texas and loved reading the Bible. Mary graduated from Del City High School. She studied Fashion Design at Moore-Norman Vocational Technology. She later earned her Pharmacy Tech license. Mary was religious, creative, artistic, and a Daughter, Sister, Mother and Grandmother.

Her funeral will be Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. at Resthaven Funeral Home in Shawnee, Oklahoma. Her visitation will be Monday, February 27, 2017 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Resthaven Funeral Home.
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Scott Allen Osburn

The Norman Transcript

Scott Allen Osburn, 43, of Norman died Thursday, Nov. 17, at his home. Graveside services will be 10 a.m. Saturday at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery in Norman with Chaplain Pete Miller of Heartland Hospice officiating. Havenbrook Funeral Home in Norman is handling arrangements.

Mr. Osburn was born May 17, 1962, in Liberty, Texas, to Charles S. and Patricia (Kyle) Osburn. He moved with his family to Noble in early 1972 and graduated from Norman High School in 1980. He was a member of the Church of Christ. During his working years he worked in the retail industry in San Francisco, Dallas and most recently at Norman's westside Wal-Mart Supercenter. He was an avid gardener who grew beautiful plants and flowers that brightened the lives of those around him. He enjoyed arts, crafts, music, spending time with his nieces Courtney and Emalee and playing baseball with his nephew Kyle. Mr. Osburn is remembered as a courageous young man throughout his illness and an inspiration to those around him. Family members thank Mr. Osburn's longtime physician and friend Dr. Gene Voskuhl and his staff and Heartland Hospice of Oklahoma City for their compassionate care and concern for Mr. Osburn and his family.

Mr. Osburn is survived by his mother Patricia Osburn of Norman; father and stepmother Charles and Jo Ann Osburn of Meridian, Miss.; brothers Terry of Tulsa and Todd and Stephen of Norman; sisters Tamara Osburn of Santa Fe, N.M., Shawna Ingram and husband Kelly of Norman and Whitney Osburn of Meridian; nieces Courtney Ingram and Emalee Osburn, both of Norman; nephew Kyle Ingram of Norman; and many friends, aunts, uncles and cousins.

Bearers will be Charles, Terry, Todd and Stephen Osburn, Kelly Ingram and Jordan Rice.

Contributions may be sent to the charity of one's choice or Heartland Hospice of Oklahoma City.

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Gena Parkey
Gena Parkey Russell, 50, of Oklahoma City, died suddenly Tuesday, July 23, 2013. She was born Sept. 28, 1962 in Pauls Valley.

She loved tending her flower garden and spending time with family.

Gena is survived by her parents, Charles and Jackie Minyard of Oklahoma City; grandmother, Catherine Hughes of Little Rock, Ark.; sons, Dustin and David Hightower; daughter, Heather Hightower, all of Oklahoma City; brothers, James Parkey and his wife Leigh Ann and Larry Parkey; three grandchildren, Deaken, Dalton and Chevy James; and a loving friend, Bob Walton.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Jim Russell; grandson, Trinten Decker; and grandfather, Jack Hughes.

Memorial services will be 2 p.m. Sunday at Trinity Baptist Church, 801 N. Peters in Norman. Services have been entrusted to the care of Primrose Funeral Service. For on-line condolences, visit

Phillip "Bubba" Reagan

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Beth Sheppard

Services for Beth Diane Sheppart, 18 and Clarence R. "Clark" Clarkson III, will be held at 3:00pm Thursday in Crystal Chapel at Wilson Funeral.  Service with the Rev. Dick Smith, associate minister of Mcfarlin Memorial United Methodist Church, officiating.  Burials will be in the IOOF Cemetery.  Rainbow graveside services will be held for Miss Sheppard.

They were killed in a traffic accident Saturday in Kansas City, MO.

Miss Sheppard was born May 16, 1962 in Norman and moved  back to Norman from Japan in 1970.  She was a 1980 graduate of Norman High Schoola and was attending Southwestern State University majoring in mechanical engineering.  She ahd been a carrier for the Daily Oklahoman for five years.

She was a member of the International Order of Job's Daughters, the International Order of Rainbow Girls, and was past worthy advisory of the Norman Assembly and grand officer for the State of Oklahoma Rainbow.  She also was a member of Eastern Star, Chapter No. 41.

She is survived by her parents, William and Joann Sheppard of the home, two sisters, Kim and Debra, both of Norman, paternal grandmother, Margaret Brooks of Norman; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S.C. Stall of St. Petersburg, Fla.; and a niece and nephew.

Bearers will be Dale Jackson, Steve Locke, James Lagdon, Don Gordoni, Tony Gatewood and Micky Gatewood.

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Joseph Brownell Shead

oseph Brownell Shead, the last of five sons of the late Dr. William L. Shead and the late Connie Shead, expired on Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013, in Austin, TX.  The funeral, followed by interment, was hosted Dec. 3 in Austin.

Joe was born Feb. 14, 1962, in Norman.  He attended John Adams school and graduated from Norman High School in May 1980.  Thereafter, Joe majored in both physics and mathematics at Maharishi International University in Fairfield, Iowa.  He was respected as one of the MIU's best students in the aforementioned fields.

In early 1987, Joe left MIU and returned to Norman, where he entered Moore-Norman V0-tech Center and completed the program in computer technology.  However, in 1991, Joe matriculated at the Univ. of OK and graduated  with Phi Beta Kappa distinction in anthropology in May 1994.  The following summer, he moved to Dallas and worked as a guard at the Dallas Museum of Art.  But about 10 years later, Joe was residing in Austin, where he was self-employed as a computer troubleshooter until his demise.

Joseph is survived by his brothers Pat and Bill Shead of Norman, Jim Shead and wife Grace of Fairfield, Iowa, and Mike Shead and wife mary An of Tucson, Ariz.
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Sandra Kay Sherman Cole

Sandra Kay Cole was born to Douglas Mack and Mildred Catherine (Weaver) Sherman on March 13, 1962. She departed this life on April 7, 2015 at the OU Medical Center at the age of 53.

Sandra made her home in Noble for 20 years after moving from Norman, where she attended school. On March 15, 1979, she and Bill Cole were married. Sandra was a full-time homemaker and loved caring for her children. For the last 5 years she was employed with Noble Public Schools as a bus driver.

She enjoyed shopping, spending time with her children and family, crafts, gardening and making red velvet cakes for her family members on special occasions. She attended CrossPointe Church.

She was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her husband, Bill, of the home, 5 sons; Christopher, Joshua, Dayton, Brason and Dakota, 1 daughter; ShiAnn, 1 brother; Douglas Mack Sherman JR, 2 sisters; Cindy Burks and husband James of Liberty Hill, TX, Cathy Hartman and husband Wayne of Norman, 3 nieces; Candice Burks, Shandell Nash, Millie Sherman, 3 nephews; Jeremiah Burks, Douglas Mack Sherman III, Justin Hartman, 3 great nephews, 1 great niece, her Mother-in-law Martha Dew, 3 Brothers-in-law; Tony Cole, George Griffin and Greg Griffin, and many other relatives and friends.

Funeral Service: 11:00 am Friday, April 10, 2015
at CrossPointe Church in Norman
Officiating: Mr. Bob Usry
Interment: Noble IOOF Cemetery
Visitation: 4-7pm on Thursday, April 9, 2015
Arranged and directed by McMahan's Funeral Home of Noble

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Deborah Spradlin

Deborah Anne Murdaugh, 38, died Sunday, April 30, 2000 at Norman Regional Hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 3, at the Riverside Church in Norman with Rev. John Stitt officiating. Burial will follow at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Mayes Funeral Directors.

Mrs. Murdaugh was born Jan. 4, 1962, in Oklahoma City to Donald L. and Carolyn K. Spradlin. The family moved to Norman in 1967, and she graduated from Norman High School in 1980. She later attended Southern Nazarene University, and then graduated from the University of Oklahoma. She and Clint Murdaugh were married on Oct. 4, 1997, at the Riverside Church in Norman. She enjoyed all sports, particularly softball, and playing the piano. She was active in her worship team choir.

Survivors include her husband, Clint Murdaugh of the home in Norman; four sons, Robert Benjamin, Matthew Austin, Mark Madison and Samuel Parker; a brother, Mark Spradlin of Duncan; a sister, Kelly Dawn Almaguer of Marshall, Texas; and her parents, Donald and Carolyn Spradlin of Norman.





Daniel Scott Stanford (Dan)

Daniel Scott Stanford, a true force of nature, died in Henderson, NV on July 9, 2020 after his last fight with cancer. He was born in Fountain Inn, SC on May 24, 1962, and his middle name of Scott comes from Scott Carpenter who also blasted off the launch pad that day.

After moving around the country with his family, Dan and all of the Stanfords settled in Norman OK. Dan talked his way through most of elementary school, middle school, and high school in Norman. He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in criminology and after a few years with the U.S. Customs Service, Dan achieved his goal of becoming a Deputy Federal Marshal. He served his country in some of the most historic disasters, fugitive task forces and trials of our time. From the damaged Federal Court House in Oklahoma City, Dan was one of the first rescuers to enter the remains of the Alfred P. Murrah Building on that morning of April 19, 1995. He carried that with him for the rest of his life. Based in Oklahoma and Idaho Dan spent twenty years with the Marshal Service before retiring. He then became a court security officer and personal carry weapons instructor.

Dan loved his family first and his Harley second. Wide open spaces were his bailiwick, and he would not hesitate to tell you the truth as he saw it. He was a truck and gun aficionado. Dan was always legally armed, a competition shooter, a knife maker, a patriot and a wonderful caring human being who would travel across this entire country to help whoever needed him.

Dan is survived by his wife Mindy of Henderson, NV; their children Ryan Mark, Aaron Mark, Stefani Avalos, Brandon Mark, Kaitlyn Mark and Kevin Mark along with six grandchildren. Dan was our baby brother and he is truly missed by his brothers and sisters Thea Chester of Tucson, AZ, Kerry Stanford of Rowlett, TX, Ann Stanford and Rex Stanford both of Norman, OK. Dan is preceded in death by his parents Oscar and Theeopal Stanford of Noble, OK.

Dan was taken way too soon. Funeral services are pending.

Daniel Scott Stanford




Camille Lynn Stehr Parnell

Camille Lynn Parnell, age 58, a resident of Fort Scott, died Sunday, August 23, 2020 at her home. She was born July 11, 1962 in Ida Grove, Iowa, the daughter of Ronald Zimmer and Cherrie Clark Zimmer. Camille worked for Mid-Continental Restoration Company. She enjoyed reading, crocheting, and gardening. She loved spending time with her family especially her grandkids.

Camille is survived by her two children, Jimi Huntsman and husband, Garrett, of Peculiar, MO., Zach Parnell and, Cassidy Riley, of Harrisonville, MO.; three grandchildren, Athena Parnell, Collin Huntsman, and Riley Parnell; dad, Wayne Stehr, and wife Nell, of Newcastle, Ok.,; three brothers, Chris Zimmer, of South Carolina, Andy Stehr, of Midwest City, OK., Adam Stehr, of Norman, OK., two sisters, Patti Sangster, of Norman, OK., and Karla Brinkley, of Blanchard, OK. She was preceded in death by her parents and grandparents.

There was cremation. Pastor Michael Apfel will conduct a Memorial Service at 2:30 P.M. Friday, August 28, 2020 at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Memorials are suggested to Care to Share and may be left in care of the Cheney Witt Chapel, 201 S. Main, P.O. Box 347, Ft. Scott, KS 66701. Words of remembrance may be submitted to the online guestbook at

Camille Lynn Parnell

Dennis Stoffel

No services pending

Tamera Sullivan Rubenstein

 Please join us in celebration of the life of Tamera Sue Sullivan Rubenstein, who passed away February 19, 2016. Tamera was born September 20, 1962 in Oklahoma City. She graduated from Norman High School in 1980, and received her PhD in Early Childhood Development from Ohio State University in 1996. Her professional work with children, and her personal relationships with the children in her family, were the light of her life. Tamera was preceded in death by her father Dale Sullivan and her step-father Sammy Williams. She is survived by her mother Beverly Williams of Oklahoma City, her sister Sherry Saunders of Orlando, Florida, her brothers Randy Sullivan and Mike Sullivan of Oklahoma City, as well as many loving nieces and nephews and one special grand niece. Services will be held at Chapel Hill United Methodist Church, 2717 W. Hefner Road, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73120, at 11 a.m. on Saturday, February 27. Donations may be made to Faith Partners, c/o Chapel Hill United Methodist Church.
Marty Tompkins

Billy Martin "Marty" Tompkins was born July 21, 1962, in Purcell, Oklahoma, to Billy Joe and Charlene Tompkins and departed this life on May 22, 2010, in Norman, Oklahoma.
Marty was a 1980 graduate of Norman High School where he played all of the "boy" sports. His favorite stories to reminisce were about 2-a-day football practices, but his love was baseball, and he enjoyed golfing with his dad. He attended Rose State on a baseball scholarship. He received a B.S. Degree in Business Administration in 2000 and a B.S. in Health Services in 2009.
Marty married Wrobyn Whipple on June 4, 1983, the same year he became a fireman in Noble where he helped build the EMS program and Clown Society. He left Noble to join the Norman Fire Department in 1990 and retired as a Captain on January 31, 2008. He was also a 20+ year member of the Norman Board of Realtors and currently working in the Emergency Room at Integris. Marty was a volunteer with Norman's Special Olympics and the Marathon Benefiting the OKC Bombing Memorial.
Marty leaves behind his parents; wife; daughter, Taryn Annesley and son-in-law Tim; daughter, Taylor Tompkins; grandsons, Hudson and Cooper Annesley; brother, Mike Tompkins, sister, Kathy Nixon and her husband Randy, their children Emma and Adam; and a host of relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by grandparents Mack and Lorena Tompkins, Charles Nemec, and Joe and Leona Marrs and his aunt, Leta Vassaw.

Brian Jon Turner

rian Jon Turner of Farmington, MO. passed away Sept. 4, 2017 at his residence.  He was born in St. Louis, MO. in 1962.

He is survived by his parents, Willam and Beverly Turner of Norman, OK, 6 daughters, Jamie Jones, April Whited (husband Jamie), Jennifer, Angela Shahdadi (husband Niema), Rachel Campbell (husband  Tyler) and Amber Turner.  One sister, Brenda Gibson (husband Chris) and 8 grandchildren.

Brian worked as a letter carrier of the USPS and also worked for the US Government.

He was a 1980 graduate of Norman High School, Norman, OK.

He loved his family dearly and was a devoted St. Louis Cardinal's fan.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, September 9th at 1:00pm at Cole Family Funeral Home.  Visitation will begin Saturday at 11:00am

Memorials may be made to his minor daughter or to Meadow Heights Church.

The family requests that friends and family dress in St. Louis Cardinal attire for the service.

Online condolences may be made at


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Kevin Way

Way, Kevin, 50, passed away suddenly on Friday, November 2nd, 2012 in Norman, Oklahoma. He was born January 20th, 1962 in Heidelberg, Germany to David and Fern (Balfour) Way. Kevin was a barber for 19 years.

Kevin enjoyed golfing, frisbee golf, playing guitar and keyboard and taking his sons to Frontier City and White Water Bay. He loved reading his Bible and volunteering his time helping the poor and at Celebrate Recovery.

Kevin is survived by two sons, Woodrow Way and Hunter Way; brother, David Way and wife Angela Lynn; and his stepdaughter, Monique Phillips and husband Steven.

Donations may be made to Crossroads Church, 8901 S. Shields Blvd., OKC, OK 73149.

Private services were held.

Arrangements for Kevin and his family have been placed in the care of the Vice Family at the Havenbrook Funeral Home of Norman.  Online condolences may be shared at

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Carl Brett Walker

Brett was born in Norman Oklahoma and died suddenly at his home in Draper Utah. He made his home in Southern California for most of his adult life and that is where he considered his true home to be.

Brett was an accomplished singer, songwriter, and talented musician. He has been a top US artist as well as a renown international performer, with many awards to his credit and has traveled the world performing in concert.

He is known for his musical work on TV shows and film as well as his continued releases as a recording artist. His new CD is due to be released in August. Brett was looking forward to his concert performance in Chicago which would follow his new release. Brett’s music can now be heard on over 300 networks.

Brett renewed a friendship after nearly 25 years and found true love with his wife Sheron. They married in 2010 and in the short time that they had to share their love, they celebrated life and traveled much, always adding an adventure to their life together.

Brett leaves behind his Wife Sheron Hope, and the Trujillo family that he was very happy to be a part of, his Mother LeaDean, Brother Phillip and Brother Dale (JoAnn) and Nephew Cody all residing in California. Also surviving Brett are his 3 children from a previous marriage, he loved them with all his heart; Sarah 15, Sam 13, Emma 11. He is preceded in death by his Father RC Walker.

Brett also leaves behind many musician Brothers whom he loved like family, and an empty painful feeling in so many hearts. Brett will be dearly missed always, and he will live forever through his music.

There will be no service at this time. A celebration of Brett’s life will be held in Southern California at a later date.

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Gary Wayne Webster

Gary Wayne Webster, 43, of Hamptonville, N.C., and formerly of Norman, died Monday, May 30, at Iredell Memorial Hospital in Statesville, N.C., following a lengthy illness. Family members will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Mackie-Reavis Funeral Home in Yadkinville, N.C. Graveside services will be 1 p.m. Thursday at Laurel Glenn Baptist Church Cemetery with the Rev. Elder Earl Baker officiating. Mackie-Reavis Funeral Home is handling arrangements.

Mr. Webster was born April 30, 1962, in Norman, to Joe (Louise) Webster and Jonni Ruth Northcutt York. He was a Baptist. Family members say Mr. Webster was a great husband, son, brother and friend to all who knew him.

Mr. Webster was preceded in death by his grandparents.

Mr. Webster is survived by his parents; wife of three years, Sandra Brooks Webster; brothers Terri and wife Lorie Webster of Bixby and Steve Webster of Denton, Texas; stepbrothers Roger York of San Antonio and Randy and wife Beth York of Norman; and many nieces and nephews.

July 4, 1961 -
May 24, 2011
James Kyle Wiginton

James Kyle Wiginton of Friendswood, Texas, was surrounded by family as he entered Heaven’s Gates on May 24, 2011. 

Kyle had been diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor (glioblastoma) only three weeks prior to his passing.

Kyle was born July 4, 1961 in Seoul, Korea to missionary parents Travis and La Moyne Wiginton. He graduated from Noble High School in 1980 and received his associates’ degree while in the Air Force.

Kyle met the love of his life, Darr McCaughtry while at Noble High, and after a lifelong love affair, would have celebrated their 30th anniversary in November. They have two children, Hailey and Travis Kyle. Kyle was very demonstrative in his affections of love, always playfully teasing Darr and giving big bear hugs to his family. In his 49 years, Kyle lived life to the fullest.

Kyle was a natural athlete, playing football and basketball at NHS and basketball for the Air Force team. While his older brothers were on the OU Basketball team (Craig as a player and Kevin as the team manager) he was chosen as one of the first ball-boys for the Sooners.

In Junior High, Kyle played drums in the marching band and was also on the football team. At half-time, he would hurry to join the band .... still in his football uniform, then rejoin the team after the half-time show.

During his children’s Little League days, Kyle coached both Hailey and Travis’ basketball, baseball and softball teams. When Hailey received a softball scholarship to Sam Houston State University, Darr never missed a game and Kyle went to as many games as possible. When he wasn’t at work, you could find Kyle at Hailey’s game or at Travis’ car races or out fishing with his family. He and his family enjoyed watching sports together, especially Sooner sports. Even though he lived in Texas, Kyle proudly flew the OU flag on game days.

While in the Air Force, Kyle got the chance to go back to Korea for the first time since childhood. He thoroughly enjoyed the Koreans, their culture and their food; even kimchi.

Kyle valued hard work and thoroughly enjoyed his job in oil field transport for Stellar Corp.

James Kyle was named for his maternal grandfather, James Harris. Kyle took after his grandfather in all ways, including the ability to fix anything. Given that, our family was stunned when we realized that Kyle died on his Gr’daddy Jim’s 103rd birthday. We know they celebrated together in Heaven.

Kyle is survived by his wife, Darr; daughter, Hailey; son, Travis; parents, Travis and La Moyne Wiginton; brother, Craig and wife JoAnna; brother, Kevin and wife Michelle; sister, Kristin and girlfriend Sue; sister, Jane and husband Gaetan; brother, Richard; sister, Shirley Brister; in-laws Rex and Terry McCaughtry, Judy McCaughtry; and brother-in-law, Vance McCaughtry.

He is also survived by uncles, Edsel Wiginton and wife Peggy; Keith Wiginton and wife Linda; Joe Harris and wife Diana; aunts Jean Wiginton and Jamie La Marylis Jinkerson; nephews, Jeremiah, James and Halston; and niece Meg; and numerous cousins and friends in Oklahoma and Texas.

Kyle was preceded in death by his grandparents, Woodie and Julia Wiginton and Jim and Mary Harris; and uncle Bryce Wiginton.

A private family service of remembrance is scheduled for a later date.


Anthony 'Tony' Wayne Wolfe

The Norman Transcript
May 17, 2008 12:22 am

— Anthony "Tony" Wayne Wolfe, 47, died Wednesday, May 14. Services are 1 p.m. today at Memorial Chapel Funeral Chapel with Jay Smith officiating. Interment will be at Corbett Cemetery.

He was born to Charles A. and Mary B. (Smith) Wolfe March 23, 1961, at Norman.

Tony was preceded in death by his grandparents, an uncle and an aunt.

Survivors include his mother, Mary Wolfe; father Charles Wolfe; daughter Sharmilla Bissinerri; sister Tammy K. Wolfe; niece Chasity Wolfe; and numerous other relatives and friends.

Memorial donations may be made to the Anthony Wolfe Memorial Fund in care of Mary Wolfe, 211 W. Frank St., Norman, OK 73069.


Lisa Worley

Lisa Ann worley Ellsworth, 23, Birmingham, Ala., died Tuesday night of injuries received in an auto accident in Birmingham.  Her husband, Mike, is in critical condition in a  Birmingham hospital.

Services are pending with Mayes Funeral Directors.

Mrs. Ellsworth was a former Norman resident and a graduate of Norman High School.

Survivors include her husband, Mike of the home, her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Worley of Norman; two brothers, Brian David and Darren Ray Worley, both of Norman; her maternal grandmother, Mary Giachino of Coalgate; and several aunts and uncles.

*She is buried in St. Josephs' Cemetery, Norman, OK