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Funeral services are scheduled for Burial will follow at Konawa Cemetery. Bob Payne will officiate. He married Kathryn Richards on April 6, in Konawa.
He was a truck driver for the oilfield industry. Graveside services are scheduled for 3: Frank Brewer will officiate.
She married Eddie Brenner, and was a homemaker. He passed away Sunday, Oct. He was preceded in death by his mother and father; two brothers, John and Hollis, and his wife, Linda Finch Brewer.
He grew up in Konawa and graduated from Konawa High School in He and Linda Finch were married Oct. After his graduation from college he went on to work for the Boy Scouts of America for a number of years. He gave freely his time and effort to this organization because he felt strongly that scouting helped mold the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values.
Tom was a very technically skilled man and after his career in scouting he worked in the carpentry and construction business for many years. He eventually found a way to combine his passion for travel with a career in the in the freight business which took him and his partner to points North, to Alaska Barrow and East to Newfoundland and Ground Zero in New York where he hauled in machinery and rescue equipment for the workers, and other points all around the country.
He enjoyed this career for over twenty five years. Tom had a tremendous impact on the lives he touched. He was a caring, loving, and supportive friend, father, husband, son, uncle, and brother. He will be truly missed by everyone he touched with his kindness and generosity.
We will gather together and celebrate Tom happily and remember him as he was, alive and vibrant. He will be laid to rest in Konawa.
In lieu of flowers, remembrances and donations are requested to be made in his honor to the MD Anderson Cancer Center. She met a man, James E.
Brewer, through mutual friends, and inthey married. Aunt Daphine and Uncle Jim came to Seminole inand she lived there happily over 50 years. During the last 15 months of her life, she lived in Arlington, Texas, with her great-niece, Andrea Jaksa, and her family.
Aunt Daphine was active in the Presbyterian Church and found her faith particular solace in her later years. She never lost her business sense and continued to be concerned with numbers until her death. She was an avid and adept duplicate bridge player, and she played in bridge clubs in the Seminole area for years.
Aunt Daphine loved horses, and she loved to travel.Fred Dean Rosenberger, 77, of Armstrong, passed away at p.m. Saturday, November 10, , at Gardenview Manor, in Tilton. Mr. Rosenberger was born on January 1, , in Champaign, the son of Frederick and Salma (Green) Rosenberger.
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