1968 Memorials

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Mischeal A. Barbara-Leavelle
Mischeal A. Barbara-Leavelle

2015 Mischeal A. Barbara-Leavelle passed away on Jan 17, 2015.

E. Mark Beaman Jr.
E. Mark Beaman Jr.

2012 E. Mark Beaman Jr. passed away on Apr 14, 2012. He had a career in the medical field, working at North Kansas City Internal Medicine for 21 years. He enjoyed fishing and NASCAR. He is survived by his wife, a brother, 3 daughters and 7 grandchildren.

J. E. Jay Beeman
J. E. Jay Beeman

2005 J. E. Jay Beeman passed away on Feb 13, 2005. After graduation, he was a DJ in College Station, TX for a few months before joining and proudly serving in the US Marine Corps. During his lifetime he ran several small businesses, repairing equipment. He was a very proud father. He is survived by 2 daughters, a brother and 3 grandchildren.

Danny L. Bohn
Danny L. Bohn

2006 Danny L. Bohn passed away on Dec 4, 2006. He was injured in Vietnam while serving with the US Marine Corps. He was presented with the Purple Heart and the Bronze Star with a "V" among other citations. He made his living operating Green Country Video. He is survived by a son and daughter, his mother, 3 brothers and 4 grandchildren.

Michael “Bonz” Bohnsack
Michael “Bonz” Bohnsack

2006 Michael “Bonz” Bohnsack passed away on Sep 26, 2006. After high school he majored in music composition at OU & OSU. Michael played keyboards for many local bands such as Tweed, BlueStreak, and XL. He toured with local celebrities, Gus Hardin and Ronnie Dunn. His love of music carried him around the world and settled him in Orlando, playing keyboards for Universal Studios. He is survived by his wife, his mother, his daughter and granddaughter, a sister and brother.

Arney R. Brown
Arney R. Brown
David B. Claybrook
David B. Claybrook

2005

Tom E. Coyle Jr.
Tom E. Coyle Jr.

2010 Tom E. Coyle Jr. passed away on Mar 5, 2010. He was a safety supervisor for 20 years in a AtoChem North America and he owned Video Showcase, before retiring in 1990. Tom was a HAM radio operator, he chased tornados, built model planes and loved to sing music from the 50's, or Gospel and sang in Barbershop Quartets. He enjoyed the thrills from NASCAR races and was a open wheel enthusiast and mechanic. He enjoyed computer technology, and fishing all night long!

Darryl L. Emmert
Darryl L. Emmert

2012 Darryl L. Emmert passed away on Jun 7, 2012. He showed early promise as one of the great football players at Hale. Darryl went on to be a star linesman at OU. In addition to football, he played on the OU Varsity baseball team and was the Unlimited Weight Division Wrestling Champion of the State of Oklahoma. With a degree in petroleum mgmt, he became a prominent entrepreneur in the petroleum and communications industries.

Robert P. Gardner
Robert P. Gardner
D. George Metevelis
D. George Metevelis

2004 D. George Metevelis passed away on Jun 2, 2004. He received a Bachelor's degree from OU in Metallurgical Engineering and his Master's degree from St. Thomas University, St Paul, MN. He was an Engineer with FOSECO, Inc. He did presentations on metal development at NASA and foundries throughout the world. He is survived by a wife and two sons.

Steve W. Nichols
Steve W. Nichols

2013 Steve W. Nichols passed away Oct 13, 2013. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Marketing from the TU. He was a Sr. Vice President for the Bank of Oklahoma, and a manager of Municipal Trading and Underwriting for BOSC, Inc. He loved to perform, playing the guitar and was always involved in music groups. Steve was an avid sports fan and golfer and enjoyed watching the Houston Texans and Houston Astros.

Gary P. Pickup
Gary P. Pickup

2007

Veletta Diane Roe-Pearce
Veletta Diane Roe-Pearce

2001 Veletta Diane Roe-Pearce passed away on Nov 11, 2001. She is survived by her son and daughter and 4 grandchildren.

Larry W. Swaney, Jr.
Larry W. Swaney, Jr.

2014

Brian P. “Bucky” Utter
Brian P. “Bucky” Utter

2015 Brian P. “Bucky” Utter passed away on Jun 10, 2015. At Hale he was a star - All City & State in football and Center Fielder on the Ranger State4A Championship baseball team. He also played football at OSU, where he received a Master’s in Speech Pathology. He was in sales at MRC Global. He served on the Board of Directors of the Petroleum Club. In his spare time he enjoyed golf and was a master of the grill & smoker.