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Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), Obituaries, 1990-1999

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Headline: Antoinette F. (Toni) Dixon
Publication Date: September 17, 1991
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
Page: 27
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Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: DIXON Antoinette F. (Toni), age 71, passed away September 16,
1991. Born December 31, 1919, in Kansas
City, Missouri. Raised in Tulsa, graduated from Central High and
University of Tulsa. She lived most of her life in Tulsa,
Bartlesville and Oklahma City. Preceded in death by her husband,
Rolland Eugene Dixon. She is survived by daughters,
Diane Visor and husband, Paul, and Beverly Williams and husband, John;
grandhildren, Jamie Hammack, Keri and Dixon
Williams. Toni was a member of Fifth Church of Christ Scientist. She
was active in her church in Oklahoma City and in
First Church of Christ Scientist, Bartlesville. She was also an active
member of Chi Omega Sorority, PEO, various garden
and sewing clubs. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, September
18, at 11:30 a.m., at Memorial Park Cemetery.
Hahn-Cook/Street & Draper Rose Hill 6006 N. Grand Blvd. 848-3744

Headline: Calvin James "Ham" Hammack
Publication Date: April 05, 1995
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
Page: 27
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Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: HAMMACK Calvin James "Ham", 81, of Hooker, Ok., passed away
Monday, April 3, 1995 at his home in
Hooker. Ham was born March 16, 1914 in Broken Bow, Ok. to Charlie J.
and Effie Burris Hammack. He graduated from
high school in Purcell, Ok. and attended Oklahoma City University. He
served his country during WWII in the Army Air
Corps as a radio operator/waist gunner on a B-17C bomber. Sgt. Hammack
was presented the Air Medal for meritorious
service in the Pacific Theater and the Purple Heart and Silver Star for
wounds and gallantry in the Battle of Midway and
Guadalcanal. On December 29, 1943, he was united in marriage to Nellie
Mae Burdge. They made Hooker their home,
where Ham was a well-known businessman. In 1957, he built Hooker TV
Cable, one of the earliest cable TV systems in
the state of Oklahoma. He was a member of the First Baptist Church in
Hooker, helped form the Oklahoma Cable TV
Association and was a member of the American Legion Post. Ham was
preceded in death by his parents and an infant
daughter, Mary Nell. Survivors include his wife of the home; son, Jim
and Ilene Hammack of Pagosa Springs, Co.;
daughter, Marilyn and Eddy Scoggins of Hooker, Ok.; grandson, Rod J.
Hammack of Ft. Worth, Tx.; two
granddaughters, Holly Scoggins, a student at Oklahoma Baptist Univ. and
Kelsey Scoggins of Hooker. There are four
sisters, Bertha Meyer of Ardmore, Ruth Huntoon of Richmond, Va., Esther
Roberts of Oklahoma City and Marie Parks of
Arlington, Va.; and one brother, Eugene Hammack of Oklahoma City.
Services will be 2:00 p.m. Thursday, April 6, 1995
at the First Baptist Church in Hooker, Ok. with Rev. Tom Lee
officiating and interment in the Hooker Cemetery.
Memorials may be given to the First Baptist Church Building Fund or the
Hooker Cemetery Fund and may be sent to
Roberts Brothers Funeral Home, Box 745, Hooker, Ok. 73945

Headline: Clyde Rush
Publication Date: March 15, 1991
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
Page: 32
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Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: RUSH Clyde, age 89, of Clinton. Graveside services will be
2:00 p.m. Saturday at the Rose Hill Cemetery,
OKC, with Rev. Charles Ivey, Pastor of the First Baptist Church of
Clinton, officiating. Burial under the direction of the
Kern-Schneider-Kiesau Funeral Home. Mr. Rush was born Nov. 7, 1901 at
Greene County, In. to Jarus D. and Amanda
(Busenburg) Rush, and died Wednesday at the Korn Heritage Village in
Korn, Ok. He had lived in Clinton for 35 years.
Mr. Rush had also lived in OKC for many years, where he was co-owner of
Rush Brothers Cleaners and also involved in
ranching. In 1927, he was married to the former Essie Hammack, who
preceded him in death in 1981. Before retiring in
1963, he and his wife owned and operated the Western Motel in Clinton.
Mr. Rush was known for his love of fishing. He
was, for many years, a Deacon in the Trinity Baptist Church, OKC. He
was a member of the First Baptist Church in
Clinton, where he had also served as a Deacon. He is survived by 2
daughters, Clydene Robinson of Abilene, Tx. and
Kathleen Taylor of Wilmington, De.; 3 grandsons. The family suggests
that those who wish make contributions to the First
Baptist Church, Clinton. The family will be present at the funeral home
between 7:00 and 8:00 p.m. Friday.

Headline: Deaths
Publication Date: October 01, 1998
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
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HAMMACK, Elbert "Gene," 77, died Tuesday. Services 10 a.m.
Friday, Northwest Baptist Church. Graveside services 12:30 p.m.
Friday, Resthaven Memorial Park, Shawnee (Smith & Kernke).

Headline: Etta Gene Herr
Publication Date: June 22, 1993
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
Page: 23
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Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: HERR Etta Gene, 96, Tecumseh. Service 10am Wed., Cooper
Funeral Home, Tecumseh. A seamstress and
very active in church work and taught children in Assembly of God and
Pentecostal Church of God. Survivors include dau,
Rosemary & Lawrence Davis, Tecumseh; dau-in-law, Patricia Lorey,
Wilburton; bro, Orla Hammack; sis, Estelle Radant,
both of OKC; 10 grand, 30 great grand, 10 great-great grandchildren.

Headline: Melvin James Archer
Publication Date: February 28, 1992
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
Page: 27
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Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: ARCHER Melvin James, age 76, died Feb. 26, 1992 at a local
hospital, after a lengthy illness. He was born
June 12, 1915 in Okla. City. He retired from OG&E in 1981 after 47
years at Belle Isle Generating Station. He was a
faithful member of the Catholic Church. He is survived by his wife,
Lillian, of 54 years; two daughters, Carole and her
husband, Col. Dan Hammack of Barstow, Calif., Nancy and her husband,
Joe Morgan of Whittier, Calif.; a son, Michael
and his wife, Donna Cottrell Archer of Herndon, Va.; two sisters, Alma
Kelleher of Gladewater, Tx., and Margaret and
her husband, William Dulzer of Edmond, Ok.; and 6 grandchildren.
Services will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday, in the
Resurrection Cemetery Chapel. Directed by Guardian Midtown Funeral Home

Headline: Rev. Emanuel Edward Holmberg
Publication Date: February 23, 1996
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
Page: 26
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Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: HOLMBERG Rev. Emanuel Edward, 89, went to be with our Lord on
February 20, 1996, in OKC. Emanuel
was born March 18, 1906, in West Point, Ne. to Nels & Alvina Holmberg.
He moved with his family to Erick, Ok. where
he graduated from high school. He attended OCU where he met his
sweetheart, Merle Annette Mills, and they married
June 29, 1929. After graduating from OCU in 1928, Emanuel attended
Garrett Biblical Institute in Evanston, Il. where he
earned his Bachelor of Divinity in 1931. He served as pastor in
Hitchcock, Delaware, Helena, and Waukomis, where he
volunteered for the US Army Chaplaincy in WWII. After the war, he
served as pastor in Crescent, Tulsa, Bristow,
Guthrie, Cordell, and as associate pastor at May Ave. in OKC. He
retired in 1989 after 62 years service. He was a
member, chaplain, and past president of AARP Chapter 230. He was an
active member and past president of University
Lions Club and a 55 year life member of Lions Club International. Rev.
Holmberg is survived by his wife, Merle; his
daughter, Linda Holmberg of OKC; his son, Jerry Holmberg & wife, Ann of
Euless, Tx; granddaughters, Susan Hardick of
Euless, Tx, Julie Williams & husband, Jim of Siloam Springs, Ar.; 5
great grandchildren; brother, Sam Holmberg & wife,
Judy of Erick, Ok; sister-in-law, Gladys Holmberg of Clinton, Ok;
cousins, nieces & nephews, & a host of loving friends.
He was preceded in death by his sister, Evelyn Holmberg Hammack, & his
brother, Clarence Holmberg. Service 2 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 23rd, May Ave. United Methodist Church. Interment at
Memorial Park Cemetery in OKC.

Headline: Basil Edward "Poppy' Wilson
Publication Date: February 01, 1991
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
Page: 29
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Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: WILSON Basil Edward ''Poppy''. Basil was born Nov. 23rd, 1915
to Charley Edward Wilson and Hattie Ray
Fine in Wetumka, Ok. Basil married Frances Lavon Wainscott, Dec. 6th,
1943 in Reno, Nevada. Basil is survived by his
wife, Frances Wilson of the home; daughter, Liela McClanahan of Moore,
Ok.; sons, Ronald Wilson of Lawton and Terry
Wilson of Midwest City; grandchildren, Timothy Wilson of Lawton, Audina
Boismier of Okla. City, and Kandi and Tonya
Wilson of Midwest City; brothers, Roy Wilson of Los Angeles, Ca. and
Charles Ray Wilson of Escalon, Ca.; sisters,
Jewel Jenkins, Eva Bledsoe, Idabell Wise, Juanita Jenkins, all of
Modesto, Ca., Alice Scott of Heavener, Ok. and Freddie
Hammock of Los Alamos, N.M. Basil was known to many in the Okla. City
area as ''Poppy'' as he followed his
granddaughter to hundreds of softball games not only in Okla. City but
also seven different states, earning the true status of
a ''softball grandpa''. Basil died Jan. 29th, 1991 after a short
illness. Services 10:00 a.m. Sat. Feb. 2, 1991, at the Bill
Eisenhour N.E. Chapel. Burial at Arlington Memory Gardens.

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Headline: Basil Edward "Poppy' Wilson
Publication Date: February 01, 1991
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
Page: 29
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Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: WILSON Basil Edward ''Poppy''. Basil was born Nov. 23rd, 1915
to Charley Edward Wilson and Hattie Ray
Fine in Wetumka, Ok. Basil married Frances Lavon Wainscott, Dec. 6th,
1943 in Reno, Nevada. Basil is survived by his
wife, Frances Wilson of the home; daughter, Liela McClanahan of Moore,
Ok.; sons, Ronald Wilson of Lawton and Terry
Wilson of Midwest City; grandchildren, Timothy Wilson of Lawton, Audina
Boismier of Okla. City, and Kandi and Tonya
Wilson of Midwest City; brothers, Roy Wilson of Los Angeles, Ca. and
Charles Ray Wilson of Escalon, Ca.; sisters,
Jewel Jenkins, Eva Bledsoe, Idabell Wise, Juanita Jenkins, all of
Modesto, Ca., Alice Scott of Heavener, Ok. and Freddie
Hammock of Los Alamos, N.M. Basil was known to many in the Okla. City
area as ''Poppy'' as he followed his
granddaughter to hundreds of softball games not only in Okla. City but
also seven different states, earning the true status of
a ''softball grandpa''. Basil died Jan. 29th, 1991 after a short
illness. Services 10:00 a.m. Sat. Feb. 2, 1991, at the Bill
Eisenhour N.E. Chapel. Burial at Arlington Memory Gardens.

Headline: Bradley Allen Hammock
Publication Date: June 06, 1997
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
Page: 31
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Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: HAMMOCK Bradley Allen, 28, passed away June 3, 1997. Born
Feb. 10, 1969 in Needles, Ca to George &
Judy Hammock. Bradley was a customer service manager for Amerivision.
He was a member of the First Bible Baptist
Church. Bradley was a Sunday school teacher, treasurer, and husband
deacon. Those who knew him, knew Bradley as a
man of integrity and one who shared Christ with many. He graduated in
1987 from NW Classen High School and enjoyed
golf and computers. Bradley was a loving husband and son and will be
greatly missed. Survivors include his wife, Rechele
of the home; father and mother, George and Judy Hammock of Florida; 2
brothers, Michael Hammock of Utah and
Christopher Hammock of Florida; sister, Debbie Stevens of Nevada; 9
nieces and nephews. Donations may be made to
Debt Retirement Fund, First Bible Baptist Church, 1140 SW 29th, OKC, Ok
73109. Services will be 2:00 p.m. Friday,
June 6, 1997 at the First Bible Baptist Church.

Headline: Chester Worthington Garringer
Publication Date: August 05, 1996
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
Page: 20
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Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: GARRINGER, Chester Worthington, son of Floyd Irving and Ruby
Mae (Hite) Garringer, was born on
February 17, 1942 in Prairie Grove, Arkansas and departed this life on
August 2, 1996 in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the age of
54 years, 5 months and 15 days. He was a self-employed contractor and a
resident of Lincoln, Arkansas. Chester loved to
golf, fish, and garden. He loved to quote percentages and he loved his
work. He was preceded in death by his parents and
two brothers, Jim and Bud Smith. Chester is survived by: his wife,
Melissa of the home in Lincoln, Arkansas; one daughter:
Tammy Hammock of Gelncoe, Oklahoma; five sons: Chester Glenn Garringer
of Morrison, Oklahoma, Tim Garringer of
Austin, Texas, Jon Carringer of Lincoln, Arkansas, Kyle Gooch of
Lincoln, Arkansas, Brent Garringer of Lincoln,
Arkansas; four brothers: Bob Garringer of Mephis, Missouri, Charles
Smith or Prairie Grove, Arkansas, Floyd Garringer
of Prairei Grove, Arkansas, Dan Garringer of Drumright, Oklahoma; one
sister: Ruby Mae Kelley of Farmington,
Arkansas; 7 grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.
Services will be held on Monday, August 5th at 10:00
AM at he Center Point Church of God in Prairie Grove, Arkansas with
Bro. Cecil Sugg, officiating. Interment will follow at
Garrett Creek Cemetery under the direciton of Roberts Funeral Home of
Westville.

Headline: Deaths
Publication Date: September 19, 1998
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
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HAMMOCK, Lydie Marie, 57. Services today (Strode, Stillwater

Headline: Mrs. Esther Marie Harlow
Publication Date: February 25, 1992
Source: The Daily Oklahoman
Page: 26
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Region: Oklahoma
Obituary: HARLOW Mrs. Esther Marie, 82 of Del City, passed away,
Monday, Feb. 24, 1992 She was born March
27, 1909 in Yale, Ok. to Lavon O. & Winnie Jane Parker. Mrs. Harlow
came to Del City in 1946. She was a member of
South Lindsay Baptist Church. She was married to Orville E. Harlow in
1924 in Yale, Ok. He preceded her in death in
1975. Survived by 2 sons; Eugene & wife Claudine Harlow, Del City,
Orville D. Harlow, Del City, a daughter, Patricia &
husband Gerald Klingsick of Derby, Kansas, 7 grandchildren, 11 great
grandchildren, 2 sisters; Ona Hammock, Flint,
Mich. and Marjorie Guth, Shreveport, La. She was preceded in death by
her parents, 2 brothers and a sister. Memorial
donations to the Alzheimer's Assoc. Inc. Services will be Wednesday.
Feb. 26, 1992 at 2:00 P.M. in the South Lindsay
Baptist Chruch, with burial in Arlington Memory Gardens. Rev. Ronald
Klingsick and Rev. Clayton Hulet will officiate.
Directed by Bill Eisenhour SE Funeral Home

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