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A2 THE JOURNAL, Thursday, March 14, 2019 in Remembra, .ce C. Fred Carnes 1932-2019 C. Fred Cames, age 87, of Perkins, passed away Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at the Integris Hospice House in Oklahoma City. Funeral services, officiated by Pastor Paul DaWson, will begin at 11:00 am. Thurs- day, March 14, 2019 at the Cimarron Valley Church in Perkins under the direction of Strode Funeral Home and Cremation. Inumment will be in the Marena Cemetery. Fred was born in Marena, Oklahoma to Jonas and Maude (Henderson) Carries on February 20, 1932. He attended public school in Coyle, where he graduated high school. He was a vet- eran of the US. Army, and worked as a truck driver. Fred was a member of Cimarron Valley Church, and was also a volun— teer firefighter in Coyle. He was a member of the Coyle Lions Club, the Road Knights Motorcycle Club, the Wheeler Dealer Camp- ing Club, and was an hon— orary Chapter Farmer of the Coyle FFA. Members of his family include his beloved wife Patsy, whom he married in 1962; his daughters Vicky Mills and husband Joe, and Jonese Bostian and hus- band Kevin and their fam— ilies; his four grandchil- dren: Amanda (Bostian) Miles and husband James; Lauren (Bostian) Lowery and husband Bob; Dusty Kelly and wife Ashton; and Chance Mills and wife Kelly. He also leaves behind six great-grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. Those wishing to honor Fred‘s memory may do so by contributing to the Cimarron Valley'Church, PO. Box 168, Perkins, OK 74059 or to the Marena Cemetery Association, 6803 W. 68th, Stillwater, OK 74074. Condolences may be emailed to the family and an online obituary may be viewed by visiting www. strodefhcom. Charles Edward Chase, Jr. 1939-2019 Charles Edward Chase, Jr., 79, went to the Lord on Tuesday, March 5th at the Oklahoma City Heart Hospi- tal surrounded by the love of his wife, chil- dren and dear friends. A 45—year res— ident of Stillwa- ter, OK, he was born in Dodge City, Kansas on May 26, 1939. Ed spent much of his childhood in California and Dighton, Kansas. Later, he moved to Inman, Kansas, where his family owned the Chase Grain Com— pany. Upon graduating from high school in 1957, he attended Kansas State University and Emporia State University, where he specialized in intema- tional relations and social studies. At school, he met the love of his life, Cida S. Chase. After graduating in 1961, they married in San José, Costa Rica. Their daughter Sabrina Marie was born in 1963; their son Christopher Wyatt followed in 1972. He completed his military service and then discovered his passion for teaching at Americus High School in Lyon County, Kansas. Ed went on to earn a Master’s degree, enabling him to teach social studies and history. He also became an expert on the culture and lifeways of the Old South- west. In l967hemovedtoNorman, Oklahoma and worked ft! the Advanced Studies Division of the University of Okla- homa. He was drawn to Promotional advertising for your business or special events since 1986 The possibilities are endless! . f3 liliifliilSlIlii liliiiliiPiSi" TRISH BLEDSOE (405) 742-2642 222 N. Main St - Perkins, OK mementos;me community service and was instrumental in estab- lishing one of the first food co-operatives in Oklahoma, a group home for young women in Monroe, L o u i s i a n a , and a school for children with special needs, also in 1 Monroe. Ed served as a counselor at a correctional facility in Lexington, Oklahoma and helped families in need at the Community Action Agency in Stillwater, Okla- homa. In 1999, he began working for the Stillwater Public School System as a substitute teacher. His favorite activity of the last years of his life was teach- ing at Stillwater Junior High School. He had the highest regard for the fac- ulty and students of this institution. Ed was the beloved hus— band of Cida, the loving father of Sabrina and Chris- topher, and the devoted grandfather of Zalea Lynn and Jasmine Marie. His memorial service was held at 11 am. on Monday, March 11 at the First United Methodist Church at 400 west 7th Avenue in Stillwater, OK (405) 372-5854. In lieu of flowers, his family would appreciate donations to the First United Methodist Church and the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. Condolences may be emailed to the family and an online obituary may be viewed by visiting www. strodefhcom Sandra Dee Schultz 1962-2019 Sandra Dee (Bates) Schultz, 56, of Perkins, Oklahoma, passed away on Thursday, March 7, 2019 in P e rki n s , OK. Services h a v e b e e n entrusted to the care of Digh- to n M a rl e r Funeral Home of Stillwater. A Memorial service will be held on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 2 pm. at Life Church, 1917 N Country Club Rd, Stillwater, OK. A memorial fund has been set up at Payne County Bank in Perkins to help with memorial Service expenses. Sandra was born on June 8, 1962 in Stillwater, Oklahoma, the daughter of Roy Arthur and Virginia Lea (Reynolds) Bates. Sandra, lovingly known to all her friends and family as “Sam”. She was a beloved daughter, sister, aunt and friend. She loved spending time with animals, tending her flower gardens, playing Canasta with her card bud- dies, family trips to Cape San Blas beach, one of her favorites, and attending Life Church when she was able. She is preceded in death V by her father, Bates; sister, ' Wilson;grand- parents, Alva L a f a y e t t e and America Clementine Reynolds and Roy Clifford and Leona May Bates. Sandra is survived by her mother, Virginia Lowry of Perkins, OK; sisters, Susan (Thomas) Holmes of Chandler, OK and Michelle Lolley of Chan- dler, OK; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Her favorite scriptures were Ephesians 5:8 “For you were once darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Live as children of light,” and Psalm 46: 10 “ He says, ‘Be still, and know that I am God...”’ Per her wishes, Sandra will be cremated and her remains will scattered in the ocean, which will occur at a later date by her beloved family. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. Ethel Jean Bradley 1927-2019 Ethel Jean Bradley, long- time Cushing resident and retired legal secretary passed away early Sat- urday morning, March 9, 2019 in Tulsa at the age of 91 years. The daughter of the late James George Lowe and Oda Martha Hickman Lowe, ' Jean was born on June 3, 1927 in Agra, Oklahoma and was raised and educated in this area, graduating from Agra High School. She was united in maniage to Virgil Bradley on May 1 l , 1947 in Cushing and to this union two sons, David and Rodney were born. Virgil preceded her in death on September 12,2015. Jean worked for Montgom- ery Wards for over 20 years prior to working for attorney Jimmie Wilcoxon. She was a member of the Cushing Christian Church. She was an avid Thunder fan and she enjoyed traveling. Her favor- ite activity was spending time with her family and friends. She is survived by her two . .,:-v . Ju Hull 1507 5 Rd 3mm. ox 74074 (we) 377-1990 Steve Non-non 424 s. Lewie arm OK 74075 (405) 372-7437 .4 r , CF? KOVIII Cl“ ' 409 8 Dial 1120 N Duck, 8H. J 9W. OK 74074 sum, OK 74075, (405) M7283 (405) 312.7437 nimjilir '...' , Compare Our CD Rates i L"V’“' 2.50% “33:; ’, """ 2.55 °° 2.80%. Annual Percentage Yield (APY) oliective 03/08/20“. C0: oilered by Edward Jones are bank-issued end FDiC-lnsuled up to 5250.000 (principal and Interest accrued but not yet paid) oer deooeitor. per Insured depository institution. tor each account ownership category. Please visit wwwldicgov or contact your financial advisor ior additional irllormetion. Subject to availability and price change. 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In addition to her parents and husband, she was pre- ceded in death by two sis- ters, Elizabeth Hansen and Martha Armstrong and two brothers, George and Richard Lowe. A celebration of her life will be held Friday, March 15, 2019 at 2:00 pm. in the Cushing Christian Church (302 South Linwood) with PastorJirn Forrest officiating. Burial will follow in the Euchee Valley Memorial Park Cemetery. You may share your con- dolences with the Bradley family at wwwdavisfhnet. Services are under the direc- 1 tion of the Davis Funeral Home. Roy Arthur I Melinda Lea , ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Damon Taylor Clay, Taylor exchange vows Brooke Nicole Isley Clay and Damon Cody Taylor were mam'ed on Feb. 25, 2019, during an intimate ceremony at Lone Mountain Ranch in Big Sky, MT ., surrounded by their parents. Mrs. Taylor, 32, is a digital strategy consultant and con- tent producer working with state, national, and international clients in the food and agricultural industries. She earned her bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications and master’s degree in international agriculture from Oklahoma State University. She is the daughter of the late Ron Isley of Franklin, Ind., Bobby and Christine Clay of Perkins, Okla., and David and Tammy Gambrel of Franklin, Ind. Mr. Taylor, 31 , is a US. Fish and Wildlife Service deputy refuge manager of the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in Vian, Okla. He earned his bachelor’s degree in natural resource ecology and management with a wildlife ecology and management option from Oklahoma State University. He is the son of Rob and Flo Taylor of Perkins, Okla. Both 2005 Perkins-Tryon High School alumni spent their twenties traveling independently across the United States calling the combined list of states home: Nevada, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Texas, and Tennessee. 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