Sulphur Times-Democrat

Services for Glenn O’Neal, of Sulphur, were held Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at Sulphur United Methodist Church officiated by Rev. P. J. Stewart and Rev. David George. Burial was at Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of DeArman Funeral Home of Sulphur. Born July 24, 1929 in San Jon, N. M. to Charles Frank and Delia Rubine ( Kimbrell) O’Neal, he passed away Tuesday, July 22, 2014 in Oklahoma City, at the age of 84 years, 11 months and 28 days. He grew up in Moriarty, N. M. where he graduated from High School in 1947. Glenn graduated from McMurray College in Abilene, Texas with a BA in history. Glenn served in the U.S. Army from 1950 to 1952 during the Korean War. Glenn and Donna Holt O’Neal were married on January 9, 1983 at Camp Williams Boy Scout Reservation near Enid. Glenn spent his 35-year career with the Boy Scouts of America as a scout executive. After his retirement, they moved to Sulphur from Enid in 1991. He was a member of Sulphur United Methodist Church and was past president of the Enid Lions Club and a member of the American Legion. He was preceded in death by his parents, a son, Ron, in 1994 and two brothers, Lewis O’Neal and Jessie (Tex) O’Neal. He is survived by his wife, Donna O’Neal of Sulphur; one daughter and her husband, Glynda Norman and David of Cypress, Texas; three step-children, Tim Lance and Geri Coppenbarger, Laura Powers and Bill F. Lance and Dana; six grandchildren, Summer Hogshooter, Madison Lance, Grace Elizabeth Lance, Drew Landon Lance, Cole Harrison and Canon Sheoffer and two great-grandchildren, Alex Hogshooter and Blake Hogshooter. Pallbearers were David Pyle, Nick D’Aurizio, Dan Rider, James Harden, John Staples, Mark Dale, Pat Howe, Wes Harden and Robert Mongeau. Honorary Bearers were Sulphur United Methodist Men, Sulphur United Methodist Women. On line condolences may be sent to www.dearmanfuneralhome.com.

Services for Dylan Hunter Johnson Burch, 18, Davis, were held 2:00 p.m. Friday, July 25, at the First Baptist Church of Davis with Pastor Brian Hetherington officiating. Interment followed at the Oaklawn Cemetery in Wynnewood under the direction of Hale’s Funeral Home of Davis. Dylan was born April 2, 1996 in Norman. He died Tuesday, July 22, 2014 in Oklahoma City, after an eight-year battle with cancer. Dylan moved to the Davis/Sulphur area at the age of six. He attended first through third grade at Sulphur and fourth grade through his Junior year at Davis. He was awaiting the start of his senior year in Davis in just a few short weeks. While in school, Dylan was very active showing pigs in both 4-H and FFA. The highlight of Dylan’s short life was winning Grand Champion Barrow at the spring 2014 Murray County Junior Livestock Show. Dylan was a very polite and kindhearted young man, who offered the upmost respect to adults. He was the type of individual who would do anything for anyone he could. Dylan enjoyed fishing, diesel mechanics and playing video games, when he wasn’t spray painting his recent “oops” on his pickup. He enjoyed tinkering and working with his hands. Dylan will forever be remembered as a true fighter. Some may think he lost his battle with cancer; but Dylan Burch won the ultimate heeling over cancer. Survivors include his mom and dad, Jimmy and Shelly Burch; one sister, Shelby Burch; three brothers, Austin Burch and Madison, Cody Burch and wife, Brooke and Justin Burch and wife, Amber, all of Davis; grandmother, Sandy Johnson, Wynnewood and a number of nieces, nephews and cousins. Dylan was preceded in death by his mother, Sherry Renee Johnson; maternal grandfather, Charlie Johnson; maternal great-grandparents, Marvin and Lou Currie and an aunt, Shana Burch. Serving as pallbearers will be Cody, Austin and Justin Burch and C.R. Johnson.

Funeral services for Urban Edward “Bud” Wiser, 81, were held 10:00 a.m. Friday, July 25, at the Faith Center Church in Sulphur with Pastor Manny Cantu officiating. Interment with military honors followed at the Oaklawn Cemetery in Sulphur under the direction of Hale’s Funeral Home of Sulphur. Bud was born July 22, 1933 in Sand Springs to the late Urban Sylvester and Opal L. (Smith) Wiser. He died Tuesday, July 22, at his home in Sulphur. Bud and Edna Constien were married on Sept ember 23, 1956 in Long Beach, Calif. Bud grew up in New Mexico. After graduating from Deming High School in 1952, Bud enlisted in the U.S. Navy on June 18, 1952 and proudly served his country during the Korean Conflict. He was honorably discharged from the Navy on May 24, 1956. Bud spent his career in telecommunications. He worked 32 years in telephone installations for Western Electric Co, later known as AT&T and currently as Lucent Technologies. Bud and Edna have made their home in Sulphur for the past 25 years, coming from Hinton and Choctaw prior to that. In his spare time, Bud enjoyed fishing, carpentry/remodeling, camping and studying the Bible. Bud was a faithful member of the Faith Center Church, where he volunteered his time maintaining the facilities. Survivors include his loving wife Edna; daughter, Dawn Hernandez, Sulphur; two sons, Mark Wiser, Sulphur and Burke Wiser, Ada; two grandsons and three sisters, Lillian Wright, Anson, Texas, Doris Jarvis, Miami, Fla. and Lois Madsen of Logan, Utah. Along with his parents, Bud was preceded in death by a brother, Jim Wiser. On line condolences may be offered at halesfuneralhomes.com.

Funeral services for Dorothy Faye Warren, 84, Davis, will be held 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, July 30, at Hale’s Memorial Chapel in Davis, with Pastor Luke Panter officiating. Interment will follow at the Green Hill cemetery in Davis under the direction of Hale’s Funeral Home of Davis. Dorothy was born February 27, 1930 in Caney to the late George Cooper and Mary Alice (Morgan) French. She died Saturday, July 26 in Davis. Dorothy and James Norvell Warren were married in September 1948 at Ft Worth, Texas. He preceded her in death on Sept 22, 2013. Dorothy was a 1948 graduate of Granite High School. Early in her marriage she worked as secretary for the Oklahoma City Public School System. In her later years she enjoyed crocheting and embroidering. Dorothy enjoyed collecting various things, including cookbooks and Avon items. She was of the Baptist faith. Survivors include two sons, Jeff and Steve Warren, both of Oklahoma City; brother, Max Thornton; sister-in-law, Doris Swicegood of California; one brother-in-law, Willard Warren of Davis and nieces and nephews. On line condolences may be offered at halesfuneralhomes.com.