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A2 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, July 8, 2021 Dean 1950-2021 Harley Dean Holman passed away peacefully at l I the age of 71 from a pro- June 29,2021, his immediate Dean was born longed illness on Tuesday, at St. Francis Hospital, in ' I Tulsa, Oklar homa, in the company family. Harley on January 15, 1950, in Okemah, Oklahoma, to Harley Tracy Holman and Inez (Johnson) Holman and was a lifelong resident of Tryon, Oklahoma. Harley Dean enjoyed beekeeping, farming, and fishing. Harley graduated from Tryon High school as the spa-1mm“ “1 last graduating class of Tryon in 1968. He attended Oklahoma State University for one semester and joined the Navy Reserve Officers Training Corps in 1969. He served at the US. Naval Base Subic Bay, located in the Philippines, from 1969-1972.. Harley was an Armed Forces Shore Patrol service member. When Harley returned home, he was in the Navy Reserves until 1975 with an honor- able discharge. After his return, Harley worked alongside his father at Brady Brothers Well Ser- vicing Co. in Cushing, OK. He later apprenticed with Rable Taylor of Cushing as a cabinet maker and carpen- ter. HarleyDeanwas united in marriage with Carol Bair on June 15, 1979, and to this union, two children were born, Michael Dean Holman and Susaanenea Holman. While farming, Harley and his family man- aged a decent size herd with varying types of breeds. However, in the eighties, Harley researched multiple breeds and settled on the Simmental cattle breed. After, marriage Harley worked for twenty-one years with Case Construc- tion Company. When Case closed its doors, he joined his best friend Dusty Lane’s company, Heritage Con- Jack and Nancy Betts Living Estate Sale Friday, July 9, 2-6pm Saturday, July 10, 9am-2pm (Closed 12-12:30pm) 3 Champions Pl - Stillwater ’(Karsten Creek) * Watch for signs - NO EARLY SALES . .19 ,Henredon, Thomasville, Hooker Bedroom, living and dining furniture, Native American and Western décor, .- pottery, Star Wars DVD sets, Vintage Singer Sewing Machine, exercise equip- ment, Oflice furniture, area rugs, TV, Stephen Day, Deist original artwork, Kitchen, PLUS more! This is only a partial listing! struction, in the year 2000 until the present. In recent years he enjoyed the hobby t o f r e a d i n g alogy and he l, also researched his family line extensively . 1 He is pre- ceded in death ‘ by his father ; and mother; paternal grand- parents William Cook Holman and Mary Eliza- beth Covey, from Paden; maternal grandparents’ Charles Johnson, and Ari- zona Johnson, from Tryon and other relatives. Survivors include his wife Carol of the home; his son Michael and wife Emily, of Edmond; his daughter Susan Bean and husband Jerod, of Perkins; his sister Gaile Woods, and husband Bruce, of Holdenville; his brother Charles Holman, and wife Sharon (Floumoy) , of Ripley; one aunt Janetta Ray, of Cogar; numerous nieces and nephews; other relatives , and many friends. The Funeral Service hon- oring his life will begin at 2 pm. on Saturday, July 10, 2021 , at Tryon First Baptist Church, with Pastors Corey Woods and Ron Faulks officiating. Interment will follow at Tryon Cemetery, Tryon, Oklahoma. Visitations will be held from 8 am. 8:00 pm. on July and 9, 2021, at Parks Brothers in Chandler, OK. On Friday, July 9th, the family members will be present from 5 — 7 pm. Please send Memorial contributions and donations to Harley Holman Cancer Assistance and Funeral Funds or the Payne County bank account named Carol Holman Medical Go Fund Me for Harley. Flowers may be sent to the Parks Brothers Funeral Service in Chandler, OK. Online condolences can be made at www.parks- brothers .net. Care Services provided by Parks Brothers Funeral Service in Chan— dler, Oklahoma. Troy Calvin Courtright 1931-2021 Troy Calvin COurtright, age 89, of Stillwater, Okla— homa passed away Friday, June 25,2021 in Stillwater. Ser vices have been entrusted to the ‘ care of Di gh- to n M a r l e r Funeral Home pumping oil wells, help- ing his neighbors, joking around and aggravating 1: everyone! -: in cl u d e hi 5 wife , Barbara Ann" (Stafford) Courtright of the home; three w" "w ms-a- 'nlr—ru mug...“ . , Survivors. of Stillwater. d a u g h t e r s , Troy was born Tammy Olson July 21, 1931 r and late hus- westofPerkins, band Dennis Oklahomato Joseph Calvin Olson, ,Brenda O’Neal and Dorothy Opal (Burton) and husband Jerry, and Courtright. He grew up in Nancy McCoy and husband the Stillwater,Perkins,and Terry; six grandchildren, Ripley areas. He attended J ai Webb and husband Jeff, Clayton school and later Elizabeth Turchin and hus- moved to Ripley Public band Troy, Calvin O’Neal Schools. and wife Jennifer, Seth Troy entered the United Olson and wife Amber, States Army in 1952, and Cody O’Neal and wife faithfully served his coun- Tina, and Taylin McCoy. try for two years. Spending Twelve great-grandchil- some of his service time dren; brother, Don Court— in the beautiful country of right; many nieces, neph- Germany. Upon his return, ews, and a host of friends. he met Barbara Stafford He was preceded in death in September of 1955 and by his parents, Joseph and they were united in mar- Opal Courtright; brother, riage in January of 1956. Jean Courtright; and sister, They were blessed with Frances Kinkade; and son— three children, Tammy in-law, Dennis Olson. Lou, Brenda Jane, and A Celebration of Troy’s Nancy June. From 1959 to life will be held on Satur- 1962 Troy and Barbara ran day, July 17, 2021 at 10:30 a service station located at AM at Eden Chapel with Ramsey and 6th street in pastor John Curtis officiat- Stillwater. In 1959 they ing. Interment will follow bought a farm southeast of at Glenwood Cemetery. StiIIWater where Barbara Condolences may be sent still resides. to the family via an online Troy enjoyed working guestbook at www.digh- on the farm raising cattle, tonmarlercom COUNTY b Page A member for CED District 5. for a new boiler system TheCommissionersremoved installed,” saidDistrict 1 Com- Simmons Bank as a county missionerZach Cavett. depository bank for Payne Payne County voters previ- County. ously approved extending an “(District 2 Commissioner) expiring quarter-cent sales tax Chris Reding owns a little bit forthe Payne County Jail,and of stock in it,” Cavett said. rte-purpose its usage foroounty “Board members can’t have roads and bridges. any interest or stock in those The re-purposed tax will run banks.” fiom April 2021 to March 30, In other matters, the Com- 2031 . missioners approvedthe Resale The Commissioners also Property Fund financial state- approved the renewal of the ment from the Payne County Interiocal Cooperation Agree- Treasurer, and a civil engi- ment between Payne Cormty neering project for the Payne and Circuit Engineering DiS- County Expo Center with trict5. Keystone Engineering and Circuit Engineering Districts Surveying. (CEDs)allowoormtiestooome The Commissioners together as a cooperative and approved a series of contracts provide efficiencies that are forPayne County with Advan- not available to an individ- atage Plumbing, Heating and ual county. The districts act Cooling, Payne County OSU as a political subdivision to Cooperative Extension, A&B serve on theCEDboard. Each EcoSafe Pest Control, and County designates one County M Power, Inc.; and contract Commissioner to serve on the approval for the Payne County CED board. Health Department with Faloo District 1 Commissioner Alarm COmpany of Stillwater, Zach Cavett was approved and Oklahoma State Univer- as the Payne County Board sity. me.My4mmotfim. . ‘- . Stevlnon MIC! HM", CFP Judy Hull an 1507st 4245mm 4721 .manso 1507ssmm m. OK 74074 am, on 74075 m on 74074 5m OK 74074 (406) 377-1900 (405) 372.7437 (405) 3723472 (405) 377-1990 m.edwardlones.com Member swc V Edward Jones ‘i. 3 Panda CFP Kevin lurk 4098M 1120NDuck.Ste.J trump; arms; m mustm, Stillwater.“ 74074 SM,OK74075 (405)730-7233 (405)372-7431 .,..-.._.c, vm»m..._,. ..., .. M. ,.,,. ..._ ,,., People Jacob Dalton Payne 1998—.2021 Jacob Payne, 23, of Still- water, passed away peace- fully in his sleep at his home on June 25,’ 2021'. Services were held on Saturday, July . 3 at 2 pm. at the Strode Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev— erend Buster Holzer officiat- ing. Interment will be at a later date at Fairlawn Cemetery, Still- water, OK. Jacob to friends, and Dalton to family, was born June 17, 1998 in Stillwater, OK. He grew up in Ponca City, Grove, and finally settling down in Stillwa- ter. Upon graduating high school, he worked in the remodeling field doing dry— wall and painting as well as a paint and body repair tech. He took a lot of pride in being assigned to work on the Pistol Pete head for the OSU mascot. Jacob was one of the kindest souls you could ever meet. Even on his bad days he would set his problems aside, put on his contagious smile and put all of his being into making someone else have a better day. He loved riding bikes and skateboards; he was on the cover of the Still- water’s Finest magazine to help in promoting the skatepark. He loved hunt- ing and camping but was a fisherman at heart. He was all about teaching his neph— ews Kade and Kannon how to “fish like a pro.” Jacob was always tearing broken things apart to learn why it worked the way it did and then build it into some- thing new. He loved learning to grow food and experi— mented in making music and various art projects. Jacob is preceded in death by his father, Lloyd “Brian” Payne, his paternal grand— mother Ella Payne, and his maternal grandfather Kenneth Duncan. He is survived by his mother, Kendra Rozell of Stillwater, OK, his brother Kirby Scott and wife Koti and his two nephews Katie and Kannon of Tonkawa, OK, his brother Brian Payne and wife Kalynn and his nephews Hunter, Bryson, Rustin, and his nieCe Mikayla, of Grove, OK, his brother Skyler Rozell of Stillwater, OK, and his sister Jordan Payne of Ponca City, OK, his grandmother, Alice Duncan of Stillwater, OK, and his grandfather Frank “Spud” Payne of Shidler, OK, as well as several aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews as well as many friends including his significant other Morgan McCune. Albert Leonard Case 1929-2021 Albert Leonard Case, 92, died on June 26, 2021 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. A graveside service was held at 2 pm. on Thursday, July 1, 2021 at Fairlawn Cemetery in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Strode Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Albert Case was born on May 22, 1929 to Charles Elmer Case and Ethel Florence Eaton in Perkins, Oklahoma. He married Polly Case (Crain) on November 17, 1994 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. He was a staff. Sergeant in the Air Force for 30 years and a technician at Stillwater’Power Plant. He is preceded in death by his parents; two broth- ers Arthur and Charles and his sister Gearldean. He is survived by his wife, Polly; one son, Albert and two daugh— ters, Patricia Case and Jeanette Brakebush; ten grandchildren; nephews David Case, Rick Case, and Randall Case. ' @uddiai BB?¥§‘JHRU FREE BACKPACKS 419 E. Hwy 33 S’pan-tcted ‘95}: 513% ’ WEHK-im—l ‘ ' Perkins 495547-8663