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Lulu Mae McAnally 1922 - 2010 Funeral services for Lulu Mae McAnally, 87, of Coyle, OK, will be held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, August 11, 2010 at Coyle Chris- tian Church with Pastor John Pryor officiat- ing. Interment will follow at Clarkson Cem- etery, Coyle. Services are under the direction of Smith-Gallo Funeral Home, Guthrie, OK. Lulu Mae was born on December 8, 1922 in Scipio, IN to Edward and Myrtle (Nichalson) Welch. She passed away on Saturday, August 7, 2010 in Stillwa- ter, OK. Lulu Mac graduated from Scipio High School in 1940 and was a member of Brown's Comer Chapel. She married O.E. "Mac" McAnaUy on March 14, 1943 in Langley Field, VA. During the war she lived in California and worked in the shipyards. When Mac returned from his service in the Army they established their life-long residence at Coyle. They farmed and at one time had a Grade A Dairy. Lulu Mae graduated from Draughn's Business School in Oklahoma City and then worked as a waitress in Oklahoma City, OK for 17 years. In 1977, she and Mac opened McAnally's Comer Corral in Coyle; eventually opening stores in Perry, Perkins, Edmond, Ada, and Seminole. She was a precinct worker for Logan County for several years. She attended Coyle Christian Church. Lulu Mae taught herself to sew, cook, and play piano. She was known as a wonderful cook--espe- cially her homemade rolls, cookies and pecan pies that her grand- kids would often hide from each other at family events. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother and was known for being the "sweetest thing". She is survived by her hus- band of 67 years O. E. "Mac" McAnally of the home; three daughters Bonnie Johnston of Broken Arrow, OK, Marlene McAnally of Coyle, and Bev- erly McAnally of Chelsea, OK; five grandchildren Jamie Hiett (Wade) of Kellyville, OK, Heather Russell (Greg) of Poteau, OK, Shannon Morris (Jarrod) of Broken Arrow, OK, Rodne Roden II, Kingston, OK, Tres Johnston (Tara) of Williamsport, PA; three great-grandchildren Aryn Thompson, Tyler Rus- sell, and Garrett Thompson; and family and friends. Lulu Mae is preceded in death by her parents and two brothers Garnet Welch and Clarence "Bub" Welch. Memorials may be made in Lulu Mae's memory to Coyle Christian Church, 200 West Main Street, Coyle, OK 73027. Friends may sign the online guest book at www.smithgailo.com Tonja Renae McBride Miller 1962 - 2010 Tonja Renae McBride Miller, 47, died on August 2, 2010 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. A memorial service was held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, August 5, 2010 at Strode Funeral Home Chapel in Stillwater, Okla- homa. Strode Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. She was born on Novem- ber 16, 1962 to Grover Ben McBride and Cheryl Burnside Conley in Ponca City, Okla- homa. She attended Perry High School and went to college at NOC. She was a telemetry technician at Sfillwater Medi- cal Center. Her children were her life. She would give any and everything to them for their own happiness. She was always joking, laugh- ing, and caring for others. She will be deeply missed and loved forever. She is pre- ceded in death by her grand- parents and one sister, Tammy McBride. She is survived by her father, Grover McBride and wife, Denise of Crane, MO; mother, Cheryl Conley and husband, Roy of Chandler, OK; two sons, John Tyson Knight and Anthony Benjamin McBride; two daughters, Tiffany Rae Miller and Emileigh Washington; and one grandson, Benjamin Marion McBride. Condolences may be emailed to the family and an online obit- uary may be viewed by visiting www.strodefh.com. William Douglas Warde 1943 - 2010 William Douglas Warde, 67, died on August 3, 2010. His funeral service was held at 1: 00 p.m. Monday, August 9, 2010 at University Heights Baptist Church in Still- water. Strode Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Bill Warde contributed to the lives of many people. Bill was born February 9, 1943 in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada, the son of Wil- liam Graham Warde, Royal Air Force, and Joan Agnes Anne Warde, from Royal Oak, Michigan. At the end of World War II the family settled in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England except for a period at Changi Air Base near Singapore in the 1950s. He attended the Royal Grammar School-- the equivalent of Eton or Harrow--in High Wycombe and graduated from Sir John Cass College, University of London. While there, he was a Royal Air Force cadet. He qualified as a pilot twice, at age sixteen and as a cadet. After receiving a bachelor's degree in statistics and geography in 1965, he earned a master's degree in statistics at Florida State University. He and Mary Jane Williams were married in 1968 and moved on to Iowa State University, where he eamed his doctorate in applied statistics in 1972. Bill was a statistics professor at Oklahoma State University for forty-two years. He loved teaching and consulting with researchers from many disci- plines. He believed strongly in encouraging young schol- ars and was always willing to judge the state science fairs and the Cherokee Nation Sci- ence Fair. Through a NASA grant, he ran a summer camp for American Indian junior high science students in the 1990s and often assisted other OSU summer programs for young scholars. In addition to being head of the Statistics Department for five years, he was Chair of Faculty Council and president of the OSU chapter of the Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society. He enjoyed working with the American Indian students at OSU. He was currently serving as chapter advisor to the American Indian Science and Engineering Society and was a Sequoyah Fellow in the national organization. On campus, the Native American Faculty and Staff organiza- tion and the American Indian Student Association honored him by including him in their board meetings and activities. His only extended absence from the OSU campus was a fellowship at the U.S. Depart- ment of Agriculture in Wash- ington, D.C. in 1985-1986. Outside his academic life, Bill was a board member of the University and Com- munity Federal Credit Union for about thirty years, a found- ing member of Stillwater's Cen- tennial Rotary Club, and a Paul Harris Fellow. He attended, supported, and loved the Per- kins Church of Christ in Perkins, Oklahoma. Although he was Canadian by birth, he thought of himself as British until October 2009 when he became an American citizen. Other than his family, his passion for fifty-nine years was Boy Scouting. He became a Cub Scout in Singapore the first day he was old enough and rose to Queen's Scout- the equivalent of an American Eagle Scout. As a young adult he eamed his Wood Badge at Gilwell Park, England. In Stillwater he served as Scout Master of Troop 818, United Methodist Church; Assistant Scout Master of Troop 828, University Heights Bap- tist Church; and with Cub Scout packs at Sangre Ridge Elementary School and Highland Park Elementary School. He trained twice at Philmont Scout Reservation, taught leadership courses and Wood Badge, ran Cub day camps-- whatever needed doing. He camped often at Will Rogers Scout Reservation near Cleveland, Oklahoma and taught merit badge classes for campers. He was awarded the Vigil (highest) rank of the Order of the Arrow. At the same time, he took leadership positions in Will Rogers Council, now Cimarron Council, and had been Council Commissioner for several years at the time of his death. He participated in the Ouachita Trek every spring break for some thirty years and served stints as the local "Pop Corn Colonel." He earned almost every award given in Scouting, including the Silver Beaver, the highest award given at the council level. He attended every National Boy Scout Jamboree from 1977 to 2010 as a Scout master or, most recently, as a volunteer fork lift operator in the Food Service Group. Bill was a loving husband to Mary Jane Warde for forty-two years, a loving father to Colin W. War de and Mark Christo- pher Warde of Sfillwater, and a delighted grandfather to l_arm Benjamin Warde of Tulsa. We will miss him too much to say. I-Ks family, respecff~y Suggests that in lieu of flowers those who wish may make donations in his name to the Cimanon Council BSA, 317 North Grand, Enid, OK 73701. Condolences may be emailed to the family and an online obituary may be viewed by visiting www.strodefh.com. William Clayton Nance, Sr. 1926-2010 William 03iLl) Clayton Nance, Sr. passed away August 4, 2010, at his home in StiUwater, Oklahoma. Bill was bom November 22nd, 1926 in Hamlin, Texas. He was a World War II veteran, serving his country in the Navy. Upon returning from the war, he and his wife, Rozanne, lived in Miami, Oklahoma until 2003. He earned his He is survived by his three children, Donna Long (Kansas City), Bill Nance, Jr. (Owasso), and Pamela Seal (Stillwater). He has four wonder- ful grandchildren and three great grandchildren. He is also sur- vived by one brother, Jack Nance of San Angelo, Texas. His family greatly appreciated his dear friend and caregiver, Mary Associates of Arts degree from McCallister. The entire family NortheastemOklahomaA&M enjoyed many holidays and Jr. College. He was employed weekends together at their by B. F. Caxxkich for 37 years Grand Lake cabin. in various management posi- Funeral services were held tions. He has been a long time at 10:00 am, Saturday, August member of the First Baptist 7th, 2010 at the Palmer- Marler Church in Miami, Oklahoma Funeral Home Chapel 5106 and the First Baptist Church in Sfillwater, Oklahoma. Bill had a remarkable life, enjoying everything to the full- est. He was an honest, open, sharing person that was very devoted to his family. He was preceded in death by his wife, Rozanne, of 59 years. N. Washington, Stillwater, OK. Interment was at the G.A.R. Cemetery in Miami, Oklahoma. Services were enmasted to the care of Palmer Marler Funeral Home in Still- water, OK. Condolences may be sent using our online guest- book at www.pmcfh.com Richard J. Kuszak Richard J. Kuszak, 77, died Catherine J. Weir-Kuszak, of on August 3, 2010. A memo- the home; one brother, Melvin rial service will be held at a J. Kuszak and wife, Mary F. later date. Strode Funeral Kuszak; and many nieces and Home will be in charge of nephews. arrangements. Condolences may be emailed Richard was a member of to the family and an online Zion Lutheran Church. obituary may be viewed by He is survived by his wife, visiting www.strodefh.com. 405-547-2994 fax: 405-547-2996 MANDEVILLE PROPERTIES, LLC Leasing in the Perldns and Stlllwater Area Madge Kenddck 1202 Pogue, P.O. Box 364 Perkins OK 74059 TATER'S at Lucky Chopstix Restaurant 251 E. Hwy33, Suite B-l, Perkins, OK 74059 (405) 547-4014 TATER S sm'v~g a~)od Ole C~ountr~ q~ooldag! ~:laad breaded c~hicke, cJ~rled (~l~eak, '~a~, spectal~ burgers aad sandwiches. weare serving your TEXMEX favorites.