Victor A. Banham passed away on Jan 31, 2014 after a short battle with cancer. He served in the US Army in Vietnam, achieving the rank of Specialist 5th Class in the Signal Corps. Combining his gift of teaching and desire to help others, he spent time volunteering in his community. He was a long-time model train enthusiast who was a founding member of the Green Country Model Railroaders’ Association. He is survived by his daughter and 2 grandchildren.
Kathy Baston Cerchie Carney left us after a long battle with cancer and MDS. She passed away on Apr 11, 2011.
Carol A. Chamberlain-Stein passed away on Feb 21, 2015. Carol was a resident of South Florida for the past 26 years. She is survived by her husband, 3 children, a brother and 2 grandchildren.
Philip L. Denton passed away on May 28, 2013 in McKinney, TX. After high school he attended OSU. Philip worked for 44 years in the Telecommunications field. He was known as PawPaw to his grandchildren and loved boating on the lake where he was known as Captain Phil. He is survived by his mother and a sister, his wife, a son and daughter and 5 grandchildren.
Dennis W. Drullinger passed away on Nov 7, 2013. He served in the US Army in Vietnam. After being wounded, captured and escaping, he was awarded the Silver Star, Purple Heart, and inducted into the Oklahoma Military Hall of Fame. Dennis worked his entire career in the food industry, managing large food operations. He enjoyed coaching his son in baseball and other sports. He was a member of the Tulsa Birddog Club. He is survived by his wife, a son and twin granddaughters.
Lee Duncan passed away on May 29, 2015 in Claremore. He served in the US Army and retired from the Tulsa Police Department in 1989. After retirement, he worked at TTCU until 2013. He is survived by his wife and 3 daughters, and his brother.
Dr. Larry W. Flatt passed away on Jun 10, 2013. He received his PhD in Education from the University of Missouri. He worked in Tulsa for many years in the public school system as an instructor and administrator. He was known as "Poppy" the Clown in the Shriners clown unit. He actively supported Shriners Hospital and Special Olympics. He is survived by his daughter and 4 grandchildren.
Ron D. Ford passed away on Jul 5, 2012. He worked in the Petroleum Industry for most of his career, serving as oil and marketing director of 7-11; owner of Petro Plains Petroleum, Four Front Petroleum and Ron’s Convenience Store. Ron had a passion for his family, friends, music, horses, and hunting. He is survived by 3 daughters, a son and 6 grandchildren.
Roxy S. Hamilton-Eddington passed away on Sep 26, 2015 (lung cancer). She had retired as the bookstore manager at the Lemley campus of TTC in 2012. She enjoyed true crime TV, was a member of the NRA, and was very talented with crafts, ceramics and crocheting. She is survived by her mother, a brother, her daughter and 2 grandchildren.
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