Thursday, February 22

Girl Scout Cookie and Beer Night
Greg Jacobs with Kenny Cornell

Saturday, February 24

Bedouin Bingo Bash
Freedmen Research
Home, Garden and Outdoor Expo
Treasure Hunters Day
Batfish Living History Day
Barrel Racing Open

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Recent deaths

(Death notices and obituaries are taken from area funeral homes and presented here as-is. The respective funeral homes are responsible for their content. They are published here free of charge in chronological order by date of death.)

Charles D. “Chuck” Weaver, 82

Born Wednesday, January 8, 1936

Died Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Charles Dean Weaver, 82, of Muskogee, Oklahoma entered his Heavenly home on Tuesday, February 20, 2018. He was born January 8, 1936 in Muskogee to Alfred and Lois Weaver. He attended public schools and graduated in 1954 from Oktaha High School.
Charles worked for the US Postal Service as a mail carrier and later as a supervisor. He retired after 30 years of service.
He married Joanne Ruth in 1978. They shared more than 36 years of life together when she passed in December of 2014.
Charles was a member of the Joy Class at Southeast Baptist Church where he faithfully served. He enjoyed playing golf and being with his friends.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Joanne; his daughters, Lois Dean Weaver and Patsy Weaver Arnold.
Charles is survived by his children, Dauna Howard and husband Randy of Muskogee, Cindy Mancuso and husband Mark of Houston, TX and Michael Weaver of Muskogee; stepson, Robert Grandstaff of Tecumseh; grandchildren, Adam Howard, Rachael West, Robin Howard, Justin Arnold, Stephanie Lenington, Chris Lee, Becky Mery, Kathy Spruill, Payton Weaver, and McKenzie Weaver; 15 great grandchildren; along with other family members and friends.
The family would like to express a very special “Thank You” to his special friends, Benny Ross, Joe Hathcoat, and all friends who graciously transported Charles to his doctor visits and visits during his hospital stays.
A memorial service celebrating Charles’s life will be 2PM, Friday, February 23, 2018 at Southeast Baptist Church with Pastor Mike Murray officiating.
Funeral services are under the direction of Cornerstone Funeral Home, 1830 N. York Street, Muskogee, Oklahoma. Condolences may be made to the family online at

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Paul Edward Tackett, 77

Born Monday, November 18, 1940

Died Monday, February 19, 2018

Services Thursday, February 22, 2018, 10:00 A.M., First Assembly of God , 1998 W Highway 51, Wagoner OK 74467

Paul Edward Tackett - Obituary
Paul Edward Tackett, 77, died in Tulsa, OK, February 19, 2018. Paul was born November 18, 1940 on a farm on Yellow Water Creek, Porter, OK, to Lester and Lottie (Gragg) Tackett. He was 7th of 9 Children.
Education was at Spring Hill, Porter, Haskell and Union Public Schools. He later attended Rogers State and received a certification in Horse Management. He also attended numerous classes to further his knowledge of machine shop skills when he worked during his lifetime.
Life was filled with his love for his family, hard work and pride in accomplishing whatever goals he set. He loved horses, cattle and dogs. Whatever his interest, he wanted the best whether showing horses, showing his classic car, raising cattle or dogs. He instilled a strong, honest work ethic into his children.
On June2, 1961, he married Marilyn Cates. That union lasted 56 plus years and they were blessed with three children, Paula Hewitt and husband Danny, Keith Tackett and wife Kim , Valerie Scott and husband Bill. Six grandchildren, Tara Cameron and husband Tony, Bre Bennett and husband Nick, Kyle Tackett, Rachel Tackett, Blake Scott and Cody Scott and wife Ashley and 6 great-grandchildren, Emma, Eli, Elizabeth, Jackson, Rohan and Chloe. The greats were given special privileges which children and grandchildren were not allowed.
Paul gave his heart to the Lord in his teen years. He served in probably every area of the church with a deep faith which he didn't always show openly. He was a member of the Wagoner Assembly of God Church. He also had a love for music, playing the guitar and other instruments and often singing in church.
Most of his life he worked in manufacturing, but his love was in farming and ranching. In later years he became a homebuilder and was known as an "onsite builder". He literally overseen each day of construction and built each home as if it was to be his own.
Paul went to heaven to be with his parents Lester and Lottie, 4 brothers: James, Jewell, R.D. & Junior and 3 sisters: Dortha, Deloris & Louella.
He leaves behind his wife, 3 children, 6 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren and one brother Donnie (Cleta) Tackett of Moody, OH.
It would fill a book with Paul's many stories, accomplishments and the many friends he had during his life. He will be dearly missed.

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Mamie Alma “Red” Palmer, 96

Born Sunday, January 1, 1922

Died Saturday, February 17, 2018

“Red” Palmer was born Mamie Alma Nester in Hillsville, Virginia on 1 January 1922. She was the oldest of three and grew up on a small family farm. One of her earliest memories was riding behind her younger brother on the family plow horse. Life was hard sometimes but she never felt poor or disadvantaged. She was teased at school for having freckles and red hair and the nickname “Red” stuck throughout her life. She and her cousins climbed trees, made forts, played outside on sleds in winter and in the cold mountain streams in the summer. When they were made to come inside, they listened to radio and she dreamed of being a dancer. When she was 19 she got a job at the Camp Pickett, VA, Exchange. Camp Pickett was a deployment post for the U.S. Army and there she met a young infantry soldier named J.R. Palmer, from Muskogee, OK. It was love at first sight, and they would marry in Los Angeles, CA after WWII. J.R. coming home after being liberated from a German Prison camp and Mamie working at an aircraft plant in L.A. riveting the leading wing covers on fighter aircraft. Soldier boy and Red the riveter. They returned to Muskogee to make their home. Daughter B.J. was born a year later. Red worked at a number of jobs, even taught herself bookkeeping, but her first love was being a beauty operator. She opened a one chair shop in their converted den on York Street and in a few years owned a large shop two blocks north on York. She and her dear “girls” Anna, Marion, Jean, Carol, Connie (her “daughters by other mothers) made Muskogee beautiful for over 40 years. Red and J.R. were active members of Grace Episcopal Church where she helped with the acolyte program, Sunday school, Women of Grace and baking for countless coffee hours with her special pal, Catherine Blackwell. When she finally retired, she continued to be a faithful member of American Ex-Prisoners of War, she fed the birds, (especially the hummingbirds) gardened, travelled, practiced Tai Chi and Yoga, supported PAWS, and continued to “help out at the shop”.
She was predeceased by her mother, Retta Lee Nester; sister, Edith; brother, Howard; and her beloved J.R.
She is survived by her dear sister, Asterie Holt of Powhatan, VA; best cousin, Ann Dalton of Blackstone, VA; niece, Mericia Boyles and Husband Larry of Dillwyn, VA; numerous great nieces, nephews and cousins; Daughter, B.J. Charbonneau and husband John of Okay, OK; Five Grandchildren, Terry Charbonneau, wife, Lorna, and great granddaughters, Erin and Lauren of San Diego, CA; Evelyn Charbonneau, partner, Ben and great granddaughter, Brittany and husband Trent of Desert Hills, AZ; Ken Charbonneau of Seattle, WA; Sylvia Charbonneau and great grandson, Brandon of Phoenix, AZ; and Jamie Charbonneau and partner Cole of Kelmscott, Western Australia.
In lieu of flowers the family request memorials be made to Grace Episcopal Church at:, PAWS Muskogee at:, or Salvation Army of Muskogee at:
A graveside service will be 10:00 A.M., Thursday, February 22, 2018 at Fort Gibson National Cemetery with Father Bob Wickizer officiating. A church conducted Holy Communion Service will be 2:00 P.M., Thursday, February 22, 2018 at Grace Episcopal Church with a reception to follow in Parish Hall.
The graveside service is under the direction of Cornerstone Funeral Home, 1830 N. York Street, Muskogee, Oklahoma. Condolences may be made to the family online at

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Virginia Mary Dunevant, 86

Born Thursday, July 23, 1931

Died Thursday, February 15, 2018

Virginia Mary Dunevant, age 86, nurse aide, Lancaster<TX; formerly of Muskogee, OK; answered her Master's call, Thursday, February 15, 2018 in Westridge Nursing Home & Rehab, Lancaster, TX.

Arrangements are pending

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Edna R. Bruce, 88

Born Wednesday, July 17, 1929

Died Thursday, February 15, 2018

Services 11:00 AM, Thursday, February 22, 2018, Christ Kingdom Builders Ministry, 1801 Baltimore Avenue

Heaven gained an angel in Edna Josephine Riley Bruce.  At age 88, she slipped into peaceful slumber on February 15, 2018 at University of Colorado Health Center in AuroraColorado.  Edna was born July17,1929, in Muskogee, Oklahoma, the daughter of the late Derrick and Mabel (Garrett) Riley. She was one of two children and now joins her brother, William Derrick Riley Jr and her parents. While we know that she has joined her loved ones and is at peacethat her struggles are at an end, there is pain and sadness for those left behind. Even though she is gone, she has left the legacy of her love and perseverance.

Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors Inc.

Richard Wayne “Dutch” Hughes, 80

Born Sunday, January 16, 1938

Died Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Richard Wayne “Dutch” Hughes, 80, longtime resident of Porter, passed away peacefully February 14, 2018. He was born January 16, 1938 to Dallas and Bertie (Dowdy) Hughes in Muskogee, OK. He grew up and attended public schools in Muskogee, later transferring to Porter and graduating with the class of 1957.
His professional career was with OG&E, working as a professional welder. He worked there until his retirement with over 35 years of service.
His hobbies included fishing, attending to his cattle on his farm, going boating with family and friends at the lake and dancing (proficiently at two-stepping). His daughters, grandchildren, nieces and nephews and many friends remember that he tirelessly loved story-telling and pulling practical jokes. Dutch, a nickname that he was known by, was loved by his family and friends and will be greatly missed.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Dallas and Bertie Hughes; brother, Bill Hughes; sisters, Charlotte Brenner and Sue Moreland; and grandson, Jarrid Kennedy.
Richard is survived by his daughter, Diana Kennedy and fiance’ Dewayne Stratton of Porter, and Dana Parr and husband Chris of Louisburg, KS; sister, Betty Honea and husband Dr. Tom Honea of Muskogee; grandchildren, Carmon Wieden of Bixby, Lindsey Parr Hall and husband Brandon of Seattle, WA, and Madison Parr of Kansas City, MO, great grandchildren, Lilian Wieden and Birdie Wieden of Bixby; numerous nieces, nephews, other family members and friends.
A celebration of life will be 10:00 A.M. Saturday, February 17, 2018, at Cornerstone Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Donnie Echols officiating.
Funeral services are under the direction of Cornerstone Funeral Home, 1830 N. York Street, Muskogee, Oklahoma. Condolences may be made to the family online at

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Laura Young, 79

Born Tuesday, October 25, 1938

Died Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Laura Young, 79, of Fort Gibson was born October 25, 1938 in Muskogee, OK to Earl and Alta (Tidwell) Garrison and entered her Heavenly Home on Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at her home surrounded by her family.
Laura grew up in the Muskogee, Fort Gibson area. She met and later married the love of her life, Loyd Young on November 28, 1968 in Stilwell, OK. Laura’s passion in life was real estate, especially the first-time homebuyers and the joy of helping young families make a house into a home. She owned Laura Young Real Estate for 24 years in Fort Gibson where she lived over 50 years. She was a faithful member of South Ridge Baptist Church. Her pride and joy were her grandkids and her love for her family was expressed in everything she did.
Laura was preceded in death by her parents and brother, George Garrison.
She is lovingly survived by her husband, Loyd of the home; daughter, Dena Howe and husband David; grandson, Lane Howe; granddaughter, Laura Kate Howe all of Fort Gibson, OK; brothers, Earl Gene Garrison and wife Faye of Muskogee, OK, John Garrison and wife Sue of Eldorado, AR and Larry Garrison and wife Barbara of Muskogee, OK; nieces and nephews, and many friends.
In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made in Laura’s name to the South Ridge Baptist Church PO Box 247 Fort Gibson, OK 74434.
A visitation will be held Sunday, February 18, 2018 at Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home in Fort Gibson with family receiving friends 1PM-3PM.
Funeral services are 12:30PM Tuesday, February 20, 2018 in the South Ridge Baptist Church in Fort Gibson with Pastor Chris Dover officiating.
Committal prayers and interment will follow in the Citizens Cemetery in Fort Gibson with David Howe, Tim Moxley, Chad Garrison, David Sevier, Steve Howe and Tommy O’Laughlin serving as casket bearers.
The family of Laura Young has entrusted her services and burial to Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home, Fort Gibson. 918-478-2555
Online condolences may be left at

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Anne L. Layman, 77

Born Tuesday, May 7, 1940

Died Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Anna Laura Patrick Layman (Anne), 77, passed away Tuesday, February 13, 2018 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She was born May 7, 1940 in Kansas City, MO and adopted shortly after birth by Ruth Alice West Patrick and Weldon Thomas Patrick, who preceded her in death. She graduated from Muskogee High School in 1958.
Anne worked as Secretary to J.E. Arnold of Scott Paper Company while attending classes at OBU. She worked as secretary to the Dean of Women at Oklahoma Baptist University. She also worked as a Patient Service Representative for the Miami Baptist Hospital in Miami, Oklahoma as well as for Freeman Hospital in Joplin, Missouri as an insurance clerk. She was the co-owner of the Layman Music Center in Moore, OK. Anne taught the elementary children in various schools in Oklahoma and Missouri. She served as the remedial reading teacher and librarian in middle school. She enjoyed working with the kindergarten children the most, and after retirement, continued to substitute particularly in elementary music and kindergarten. Anne directed the children’s choir in Oklahoma and Missouri for 30 years as they moved. She also taught private landscape painting lessons for 10 years. She became involved in taking her arts and crafts business, “Country Traditions” to the larger shows in Oklahoma and Missouri. Her great love was God, family, love for children, music and art. She was a member of New Friends and Genealogy Club and also Kappa Kappa Lota and Beta Sigma Phi. Anne spent a great deal of time researching family history. She was happiest studying God’s word and attending church and Bible study. She loved sewing, crafts, floral design, jewelry, photography, painting, collecting cookbooks, and reading. Piano was another love of hers as well as music.
Anne was a member of the First Baptist Church in Muskogee. It gave her great joy to sing in the choir and all the special programs and recordings. She sang in the choir all her adult life. She grew up from cradle roll to the day she married in 1959 at Central Baptist Church in Muskogee to her high school sweetheart and they remained married for 36 years.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and brother, Richard Alan Patrick.
Out of the marriage is one daughter, Kris Layman of Yukon; two sons, Jay Alan Layman and wife Buffy of Ponca City, Craig Layman and wife Billie of Kaw City; grandchildren, Amanda, Morgan, Heather, Matt, Brendon, Carter, Alisha, Casey, Dylan, and Tayber. Her 10 beautiful grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren were the lights of her life.
A memorial service celebrating Anna’s life will be 1PM, Saturday, February 24, 2018 at Cornerstone Funeral Home with Rev. Jon Ward officiating.
Funeral services are under the direction of Cornerstone Funeral Home, 1830 N. York Street, Muskogee, Oklahoma. Condolences may be made to the family online at

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Jesse Grant Daniels, 28

Born Monday, March 6, 1989

Died Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Jesse Grant Daniels, 28, of Webbers Falls, Oklahoma received his Heavenly healing and eternal home on Tuesday, February 13, 2018. He was born March 6, 1989 in Muskogee, Oklahoma to Randy and Rockolyn Daniels. Jesse attended Oktaha Public Schools and graduated in 2007. He proudly served his country as a member of the Air National Guard for 6 years. After his Honorable Discharge, he furthered his education receiving his Associates Degree in Applied Science-Electrical Engineering in May 2016.
Jesse married the love of his life, Kristin Lee Hill, on July 27, 2013 at Keefeton Trinity Baptist Church. Their marriage was blessed with the birth of their daughter, Audrey.
His hobbies included hunting, fishing, 4 wheeling, snowboarding, rock climbing, kayaking, but more important was spending time with his family.
Jesse was an active and faithful member of Keefeton Trinity Baptist Church. He will always be remembered as a man of faith and was always willing to share his testimony and the love of Jesus.
He was preceded in death by grandfather, Donnie Daniels and great-grandfather, Leonard B. Wood.
Jesse is survived by his wife, Kristin; daughter, Audrey, both of the home; parents, Randy and Rockolyn Daniels of Webbers Falls; brothers, Dustin Daniels and wife Suzi and their daughter, Chloe Allen of Tahlequah, Augustus Daniels and wife Faith and their daughter, Emma, of Webbers Falls; grandparents, Donald and Patsy Gragg of McAlester, Patty Daniels of Oktaha; great grandmother, Alice Wood of Indianola; uncle, Donnie Gragg and wife Casey and their children, Presley and Zathan of McAlester; cousin, Dakota Daniels of Checotah; father and mother-in-law, Lloyd and Susan Hill of Henryetta; brother-in-law, Phil Hill and wife Rachel and their daughter, Addilyn of Glenpool; along with other family members and many friends who will greatly miss him.
The family requests memorials to be made, in Jesse’s honor, to Dan’s House of Hope, PO Box 8444, Houston, TX, 77288-8444 or online at
The family will greet friends from 2-4PM, Sunday, February 18, 2018 at Cornerstone Funeral Home.
Funeral services celebrating Jesse’s life will be 10AM, Monday, February 19, 2018 at Keefeton Trinity Baptist Church with Pastor James Taylor officiating. Interment will follow at McLain Cemetery with Dustin Daniels, Augustus Daniels, Shiloh Bullard, Zac Miller, Colton Croftcheck, Phil Hill, and Ben Martin serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be Dakota Daniels, Michael Reid, Laramie Combs, Zathan Gragg, Eric Conner, Eric Evans, and Tim Allison.
Funeral services are under the direction of Cornerstone Funeral Home, 1830 N York Street, Muskogee, OK. Condolences may be made to the family online at

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Orville D. Moss, 79

Born Saturday, August 20, 1938

Died Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Services Monday, February 19, 2018, 2:00 P.M., Shipman Funeral Home Chapel, 2980 US 69 Wagoner, Oklahoma, 74467

Orville D. Moss - Obituary
Orville D. Moss was born on August, 20, 1938 in Hulbert, OK, to Orvil Moss and Opal (Moore) Moss. He passed this life on February 13, 2018 at the age of 79. Orville loved trading chickens and spending time with friends. He liked being outdoors and he loved animals.
Orville is preceded in death by his parents, Orvil and Opal (Moore) Moss. He is survived by his son Wesley Moss and wife Traci of Wagoner, OK, his daughter Loretta Collis and husband David of Wagoner, OK, his stepsons, Jimmy Peeks of Muskogee, OK and Peter A. Peeks of Hulbert, OK ,his sister Mamie Squyres of Ozark, MO. Orville also leaves behind five grandchildren and ten great -grandchildren.

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Altha Martin Dorn, 85

Born Wednesday, January 18, 1933

Died Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Services 10:00 AM, Saturday, February 24, 2018, Mount Calvary Baptist Church, 622 North 6th Street Rev. J. A. Reed Avenue

Mrs. Altha M. Dorn, in her 85th year, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, February 13, 2018 from Muskogee, Oklahoma.

It all began on January 18, 1933 in Eufaula, Oklahoma, when a beautiful, bouncing, baby girl was born ot James Martin and Dallas West.  They decided to name this precious daughter Altha Martin.

Altha grew up in Eufaula, Oklahoma, where she graduated from high school and later  attended college at Langston University.  After graduating from Langston University, she moved to Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, where she taught school and married Alfred Dorn.  This union was bless with two boys;  Kenneth Wayne and James Alfred.  After some years went by, this marriage was later dissolved.

Altha taught school in Caffe, Oklahoma and she would later move to Muskogee, Oklahoma, where she began her teaching career for Muskogee Public Schools.  She taught at Dunbar Elementary, Jefferson Elementary and Whittier Elementary schools.  She also taught GED classes and her subject she taught was Government.  Mrs. Dorn furthered her education by going back to school and earning her Master's Degree  from Central State University, [now UCO] in Edmond, Oklahoma.

Anyone who knew Altha knew that her favorite hobby was working out in her yard.  She loved flowers and her yard would always show the beauty of her work. 

She joined the Mount Calvary Baptist Church, where she enjoyed working with Vacation Bible School and singing in the Choir.  Altha was also a member of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., and a member of the Oklahoma Retired Teachers Organization.

Mrs. Dorn's family was her life.  She was so excited when she was blessed with grandchildren.  After she retired from teaching, she kept her grandson, James Dorn, II, until he was able to go to school.  She looked forward to picking him up everyday from school, where she would bring him home and make him very good snacks to eat.  She enjoyed shopping and would pick up her granddaugher, Jameica Dorn Seay and they would shop for hours before coming home and showing off all they had bought. 

In later years, she was blessed with a great-granddaughter, Kaleese Seay and she was the apple of her eyes.  She enjoyed when Kaleese came to visit.  She would always have gifts for her and she enjoyed listening to Kaleese play the Organ and Piano and would join in and play with her.

Those loving family members who were waiting on her at Heaven's gate were; her parents, brother, uncles and aunts.

She leaves in God's care to cherish her memory;  her sons,  Kenneth Dorn and James Dorn, Sr. [Beverly];  her grandchildren, Jamecia Dorn Seay and James Dorn, II;  her great-grandchildren, Kaleese MaeElla Sean and Kerry Titus Seay;  a special cousin, Marie Smith;  her loving caregiver, MureLisa Titsworth;  two very special friends, Mary Wynn and Virginia Schoats;  as well as a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Her sacred farewell will commence on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 10:00 AM in the most holy sanctuary of the Mount Calvary Baptist Church, 622 North J. A. Reed, Sr., Boulevard in Muskogee.  Her Pastor, Reverend Gary Hall, Sr., will officiate.  The Christian committal will follow the ceremony in the Booker T. Washington Cemetery.

You may visit Mrs. Dorn, as she slumbers in sweet repose on Friday, February 23, 2018 at the Mount Calvary Baptist Church from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM.  Her lovely Soror's of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., will conduct their memorial ceremony beginning at 5:00 PM at the Church.  The public is welcome to attended.

Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors Inc.

Freddie A. Jackson, 65

Born Friday, November 14, 1952

Died Monday, February 12, 2018

Freddie A. Jackson, age 65, cook, a resident of Muskogee, OK; slipped the bonds of this earthly realm unto eternity, Monday, February 12, 2018 in St. Francis Hospital, Muskogee, OK.

Arrangements are pending.

House of Winn Funeral Home

Freddie Ann Jackson, 65

Born Friday, November 14, 1952

Died Monday, February 12, 2018

Freddie Ann Jackson, age 65, head cook at Hamlin's El Toro restaraunt, a resident of Muskogee, OK; slipped the bonds of this earthly realm unto eternity, Monday, February 12, 2018 in St. Francis Hospital, Muskogee, OK.

Arrangements are pending.

House of Winn Funeral Home

Roberta Louise Norton, 77

Born Tuesday, November 19, 1940

Died Monday, February 12, 2018

Services Pending, Private Family gathering at a later date, No Public Viewing

Roberta Louise Norton - Obituary
Obituary Pending

Shipman Funeral Homes

Johnnie Edward Romo, 60

Born Thursday, November 14, 1957

Died Monday, February 12, 2018

Johnnie Edward Romo, 60, of Tahlequah, OK, was born November 14, 1957 at Lawton, OK, the son of Johnnie Romo and Connie (Winchester) Romo and went to be with the Lord on Monday, February 12, 2018 in Tahlequah.

Johnnie was a grateful believer in Jesus Christ and was not afraid to share what He meant to him. He loved music and if you knew Johnnie, when a song played you could not stop those feet from tapping! Through Johnnie’s life struggles, he has served as a mentor to many and always had words of encouragement for those in need.

Surviving family includes wife, Stacy Jameson-Romo, of their home; two sons, Johnnie Romo of Tulsa, OK, Jason Romo of Mounds, OK; four sisters, Brenda White of Wichita, KS, Tabatha McReynolds of Muskogee, OK, Rita Schamberger of Belton, MO, and Shirley Lense of Kiefer, OK; three brothers, Ricky Dean Romo of Kiefer, OK, James Champlain of Muskogee, OK, and Kevin Romo of Stockton, CA; two granddaughters, Cooper and Madilyn Romo of Mounds, OK.

A memorial service for Johnnie will be held Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. at Central Baptist Church, 624 Eastside Blvd, with Brother Gary Smith officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Lescher-Millsap Funeral Home of Muskogee.

Lescher Millsap Funeral Home