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The following obituaries ran in the Seminole Producer during the 2001 calendar year. He is survived by three daughters, Margaret Akin of Shawnee, Carol Anglin of Longview, Wash., and Cynthia Males of Tulsa; three sons, Judson Pope of Church Hill, Tenn., John Richard Pope of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Jimmy Calvis of Edmond; two stepsons, Joe Adams of Madisonville, Texas, and Bill Adams of El Reno; one sister, Ruth Mitchell of Houston, Texas; 32 grandchildren and 52 great- grandchildren. OKEMAH Funeral services for former Cromwell resident Hazel Anna Pruett are scheduled for 2 p.m. She is survived by two daugh- ters, Helen Brooks of Little Axe and Virgie Driggers of Newalla; two sisters, Ula Smith and Daisy Davis, both of Seminole; and numerous grandchildren. Interment is to follow at Ar- pelar Cemetery under the direc- tion of Bishop Funeral Service. While living in Oklahoma City, he married Libby Lavonne Steagman.
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She was born March 1, 1925, in Bristow to Emma Lara Velma (Martin) and Louis Daniel Estep. He was preceded in death by his parents; four brothers, Arthur, Reo, Arley and George Carter; one son, Lonnie Carter; and two grandsons, Garland D. Carter of Holdenville, Jean Elliott of Holdenville, David E. Services are under the direc- tion of Swearingen Funeral Home. 28, 2001 at Seminole Medical Center at the age of 54. TECUMSEH Funeral serv- ices for former Seminole resident Fremont F. Honorary bearers are Edmond Shropshire, Billy Key, Roy Key, Shane Chapman, Ronnie Key, and William Holder. Interment is to follow at the Camp family cemetery under the direction of Stout Funeral Home of Wewoka. 28, 2001 at the Holdenville Gen- eral Hospital at the age of 51. He was a member of the We- woka Indian Baptist Church but later moved his letter to Sand Creek Eufaula Indian Baptist Church of Wewoka in 1984 where he remained until his death. Reverend Bill Barnett will of- ficiate the services. at the First Indian Nations Baptist Church in Seminole. 26, 2001 at Shawnee Regional Hospital at the age of 67. Jackson lived in this area prior to moving to California in 1959 to 1973. Jacksons parents and one grandchild, Baby Girl Miller, preceded her in death. 21, 1937 in Butner to Clifford Wesley and Annie Mae Barker Shores. Swope is survived by her hus- band, Lee Roy Swope, of the home; two daughters, Carri Abner of Wagoner and Annette Swope of Norman; one son, Keith Swope of Choctaw; five sisters, Leta Mae Smith and Daisy Harper of Wewoka, Trishie Burns of Jasper, Texas, Betty Sharp of Oklahoma City, and Katie Reyes of Eufaula; three brothers, Clifford Shores of Watonga, Frank Shores of Stigler, and Jerry Shores of Porum; and two grandchildren. He was born June 19, 1914 in Silver Lake, Texas to Jeff W. Williams Funeral services for former Wewoka resident Billie Keith (Nelms) Sharp are scheduled for 2 p.m. She is preceded in death by her parents; one daughter, Rebecca Drucilla Sharp; and her husband. C., Johnnie Miller, Owensboro, Ky., Clay Miller, East Prairie, Mo., George Miller, North, S. Pallbearers are to be Bill Miller, Joe Holmes, James Holmes, Tony Clark II, Desmond Clark, and Jamie Clark. Thursday in the Parks Broth- ers Funeral Chapel in Prague with Rev. Interment is set to follow at Paden Cemetery under the direc- tion of Parks Brothers Funeral Home. Funeral services for Sasakwa resident Susie Welch were held Tuesday at the First Baptist Church in Sasakwa. Interment followed at Lone Dove Cemetery in Sasakwa under the direction of Stout Funeral Home. 22, 2001 at Presbyterian Hospital at the age of 54. She served as a Licensed Practical Nurse for several years. Williams was a lifelong Semi- nole County resident.
She moved to Seminole 65 years ago from Bristow, and worked as a sales clerk, retir- ing in the mid 1980s. 5, 1995, in Seminole; he survives her, of the home. He was born July 24, 1916 in Pharoah to Sarah (Williams) and James Carter. Carter of Yeager, Kenneth Storts of Broken Arrow, Linda Johnson of Blytheville, Ark., Terry J. The family requests donations be made to the Yeager Cemetery Fund. Funeral services for lifelong Wewoka resident Barney Camp Jr. Sat- urday at the Sand Creek Eufaula Indian Baptist Church in We- woka. All night wake services are planned for tonight beginning at p.m. He was born April 11, 1950 in Wewoka to Barney Camp Sr. Camp was preceded in death by his parents and one sister, Mary Sue Davis. Interment is to follow at Oak- wood Cemetery in Wewoka un- der the direction of Stout Funeral Home. She was born on July 11, 1934 to Hubert Darius and Elsie (Layne) Foreman in Tulsa. She is survived by her hus- band, Travis Jackson, of the home; three daughters, Paula Harden and Willa Dean Griffin both of Wewoka, and Billie Jean Miller of Seminole; four sons, Travis Jackson Jr. Funeral services for Mary Swope, the sister of a Wewoka resident, are scheduled for 10 a.m. Pallbearers will be Keith Swope, John Abner, Paul Green, Chris Larkin, Bryan Underwood, and David Howard. Saturday at Swearingen Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Burial is to follow at Little Cemetery under the direction of Swearingen Funeral Home. Sharp is survived by four sons, William George Douglas Sharp, Reeds Spring, Mo., Richard Grady Sharp, Mc Alester, James Agnew Sharp, Peck, Kan., and David Gene Sharp, Tracy, Calif.; one sister, Jo Nelms, Wewoka; 11 grandchildren; and 13 great- grandchildren. Graveside funeral services for Tena May (Martin) Grooms are scheduled for 2 p.m. 25, 1960 in Seminole to Otis Carl Martin and Forestena (Selfridge) Shipman. Honorary pallbearers are Tony Clark, Zacary Clark, and Michael Clark. Landrum died Monday at Mis- sion Hill Hospital in Shawnee at the age of 64. Landrum is survived by one son, Jason Landrum, Mannford; three daughters, Landi Martinez, Norman, Shanda Landrum, Shawnee, and Susan Landrum, Dallas, Texas; three brothers, Junior Landrum, Seminole, Jack Landrum, Cromwell, and Joyce Kenneth Landrum, Lexington; four sisters, Odrey Muncy, Okla- homa City, Jo Ann Rehage, Covington, La., Doretha Lowery, Wanette, and Syble Berry, Okla- homa City; and five grandchil- dren. Jenkins was of the Baptist faith and enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. Welch was preceded in death by her husband, Larry Glen Welch. He grew up in the Konawa area and was a member of Sacred Heart Church. She was a homemaker, and was a member of Wolf Freewill Baptist Church.