1969 Larry Dale Barker was killed in Tay Ninh Province, South Vietnam on Feb 23, 1969. He was serving with the US Army, Co C, 4th Battalion, 23rd Infantry. He was posthumously promoted to Sergeant.
2007 Sandy Boydston-Milford passed away on Apr 5, 2007. She was an avid OU fan, was a season ticket holder, and she loved to travel. She is survived by a son, a daughter and grandson, her mother and sister.
2012 John “Mike” Brooks passed away on Nov 4, 2012. Mike entered the US Air Force in May 1968 and ended his service in the Air Force Reserve in 1974. Mike always loved race cars, whether attending the drags or driving dirt cars. He participated in the early years of the Chili Bowl. He is survived by his wife, 2 sons, 3 grandsons, 2 sisters and 3 brothers.
2015 Bill G. Brown passed away on May 13, 2015. He was a “handyman” by trade but more importantly a loving husband, a great father to 3 children, and a wonderful grandfather to 7 grandchildren. Bill started playing baseball at an early age, and eventually fast-pitch softball, which he continued to play and coach throughout his life. He was by far the biggest Oklahoma Sooners Football fan that could ever be asked for.
2004 Terry C. Cohea passed away on Jan 30, 2004. After high school he attended TU. He spent a number of years in Mobile, AL as President of Marion Drilling Corp. He is survived by 2 daughters, his mother and a brother.
2014 Robert H. Daubert passed away on Jul 19, 2014. After high school he graduated from Rice University with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Ultimately he obtained formal training in computer science and developed applications for several firms and was instrumental in implementing a cutting-edge transport tracking system. Bob explored a variety of avocations. Over the years he pursued basket-weaving, beekeeping, fishing, running and bicycling. He even sailed to the Bahamas.
On 2/23/16, Deborah Brown left this earth for her next chapter. To those she left behind, her young age of 67 just feels too soon. However, we are comforted in knowing that she has shed her physical form which was stricken with aggressive lung cancer and gratefully, did not suffer. She was surrounded by comfort, unconditional love, and complete adoration in her final hours. Those of us who knew her well, will miss her beautiful soul.
2013 June L. Downs-Wilkinson passed away on Jul 7, 2013 in Fayetteville, AR. She is survived her mother, 2 sons, a daughter, a brother and 2 children.
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