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Teresa Ann Coley
Teresa Ann Coley, 65, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, died
Tuesday, December 17, 2002 at home in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Graveside Services will be held at 1:00 P.M., Thursday, December
19, 2002 at Sunny Lane Cemetery in Oklahoma City, Oklahoman
with Reverend John L. Roberts officiating. Services are under the
direction of Havenbrook Funeral Home of Norman, Oklahoma.
Mrs. Coley was born January 8, 1937 in Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma, to Herbert Ray and Elva Clovis Ingram Morris. She grew
up in Oklahoma City and graduated from Capitol Hill High School in
1955. During her life, she lived in a number of cities including
Kansas City, Missouri, Dallas, Plano, Sherman, Amarillo, Texas and
Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico prior to returning to
Oklahoma City in 1992. Teresa married Jack W. Coley on February
1, 1957 in Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Coley was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters
and two brothers. Survivors include her husband, Jack of the home;
three sons, Michael Wayne Coley of Oklahoma City, OK; Tony Dale
Coley and wife, Cynthia of Plano, TX and Steven Don Coley of
Plano, TX; one sister Iva Terrell and husband, Kenneth of Newalla,
OK; one brother, Herbert Ray Morris and wife, Gayle of Meeker,
Oklahoma; and eight grandchildren.

Thomas J. Williams Jr.
Thomas J. Williams Jr., 80, of Norman, Oklahoma, died
Wednesday, December 25, 2002, in Norman, Oklahoma. Graveside
Services will be held at 10:00, Saturday, December 28, 2002 at
Norman I.O.O.F. Cemetery with Mr. Wayne Weese officiating.
Family members will serve as bearers. Services are under the
direction of Havenbrook Funeral Home of Norman, Oklahoma.
Mr. Williams was born April 29, 1922 in Lexington,
Oklahoma, to Thomas Jefferson and Linnie Mae Arnold Williams.
He grew up in Lexington and graduated from high school there. He
worked as an electrician and in procurement for the Federal Aviation
Administration for fifteen years retiring in 1983. Mr. Williams
moved to Norman, Oklahoma from Lexingon in 1942. He married
Dorothy E. Rutherford on June 13, 1949 in Norman, Oklahoma. Mr.
Williams was a veteran of World War II and the Korean Conflict and
served in the U.S. Army and Air Force. He was a member of the
Norman Masonic Lodge and, the Guthrie Consistory and India
Temple. He was also a member of the University Christian Church.
Mr. Williams was preceded in death by his parents, one
brother and sister. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy of the home;
one son, Jeff Williams and wife, Lora of Norman, OK; one daughter,
Clara Smart and husband, John of Norman, OK; two sisters, Jeannie
Butler and husband, Lee of Scottsdale, AZ and Phyllis Weese and
husband, Wayne of Tulsa, OK; one brother-in-law, Rudolph Wimmer
of Norman, OK; and five grandchildren, Judd Parker, Matt Parker,
Jarrod Williams, Jason Williams, and Samantha Danner and husband,
Shane.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Shriners Hospital
at 815 Market St., Galveston, TX 77550-2725 or a charity of your
choice.

Wilburn Vern Metcalf
Wilburn Vern Metcalf, 73, of Newalla, Oklahoma, died
Sunday, December 15, 2002 in Norman, Oklahoma. Family
Memorial service at Community Church Near Red Oak, Oklahoma
will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of
Havenbrook Funeral Home of Norman, Oklahoma.
Mr. Metcalf was born May 25, 1929 in Panola, Oklahoma, to
John Lit and Ella Mae Fry Metcalf. He graduated from high school
in Panola, Oklahoma. He was a long haul truck driver. He married
Mary Anne O’Nesky on February 23, 1968 in Sherman, Texas. They
moved to Newalla, Oklahoma in January, 1991 from Usk,
Washington. Mr. Metcalf enjoyed reading and raising paint horses.
Mr. Metcalf was preceded in death by his parents and a sister,
Geneva Stanefer. Survivors include his wife, Mary Anne of the
home; one son, Wilburn Dennis Metcalf and wife, Susan of
Bullshoals, AR; one daughter, Kathleen G. Metcalf of San Pedro,
California; two stepchildren, Mary H. Pelach and husband, Gary of
Sioux Falls, S. Dakota and Frank Christopher O’Nesky and wife,
Sherry of Newcastle, OK; one sister, Juanita Booth of Red Oak, OK;
five grandchildren and five great-granchildren

Mary Theresa Emerson
Mary Theresa Emerson, 69, of Waukomis,
Oklahoma, formerly of Norman, died Monday,
December 9, 2002 in Norman, Oklahoma. Funeral
Services will be held at 11 :00 A.M., Friday,
December 13, 2002 at Havenbrook Funeral Home
Chapel in Norman, Oklahoma with Reverend
Paul Traugh officiating. Interment will follow at the Sunset
Memorial Park Cemetery in Norman, Oklahoma. Pallbearers will
be Fred Emerson, Chris Murdock, Christopher Enfield, Dustin
Daffern, Doyle Daffern, Matthew Daffern and Joe Capps. Services
are under the direction of Haven brook Funeral Home of Norman,
Oklahoma.
Mrs. Emerson was born October 11, 1933 in Gibsonburg,
Ohio, to Gerald and Clara Baur Voorhees. She grew up in
Gibsonburg, Ohio and graduated from Gibsonburg High School.
She moved to Norman in 1972 from Germany where she had
resided for a number of years. She was a retired florist and clerk.
Mrs Emerson was a member of the Four Square Full Gospel
Church, Shekinah Fellowship Church in Moore, Oklahoma. She
loved reading, crocheting and solving crossword puzzles.
Mrs. Emerson was preceded in death by her parents,
husband, Raymond, one son; two daughters, four brothers and
three sisters. Survivors include one son, Fred Emerson and wife,
Julie of Tampa, FL; four daughters, Linda Cobb of Noble, OK,
Lori Daffern and husband, Doyle of Mt. Pleasant, TX, Teresa
Capps and husband, Joe of Kingston, TN and Debra Emerson of
Norman, OK; three sisters, Alice Cavin and husband, Bill of Bella
Vista, AR, Iva Carr of Fremont, OH and Betty Henson of Cody,
WY; eleven grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

Elizabeth Kathryn “Lisa” Stonebraker
Elizabeth Kathryn “Lisa” Stonebraker, 28,
of Norman, Oklahoma died Friday, December 13,
2002 in Blanchard, Oklahoma. Funeral Services
will be held at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, December 17,
2002 at the University Lutheran Church in Norman,
with Reverend Sally Roach
officiating. Internment will follow at St. Joseph Cemetery in
Norman, Oklahoma. Services are under the direction of Havenbrook
Funeral Home of Norman.
Mrs. Stonebraker was born October 8, 1974 in Norman,
Oklahoma to Curtis Lynn and Kathryn Lynn Jones Hancock. She
graduated from Norman High School in 1992. She married Robert
Stonebraker June 1, 2001 in Norman. Kathryn worked as a Loan
Officer for Citi Financial in Norman.
Mrs. Stonebraker was preceded in death by her brother, Jason
Hancock and paternal grandparents, Johnny and Pauline Hancock.
She is survived by her husband, Robert of the home; son, E. J.
Stonebraker and daughter, Kadi Peters both of the home; her parents,
Kathryn Lynn Shaw of Blanchard, Oklahoma and Curtis Lynn
Hancock of Prairie Village, Kansas and maternal grandparents,
Viginia Hill of Norman, Oklahoma and Gene Jones of Cookson,
Oklahoma.

Robert Oliver Goff Sr.
Robert Oliver Goff , Sr., 75, of Noble, Oklahoma died
Saturday, December 14, 2002 in Norman. Private Memorial Services
will be held at a later date. Arrangements are under the direction of
Havenbrook Funeral Home of Norman.
Mr. Goff was born April 5, 1927 in Guthrie, Oklahoma. He
attended high school in Guthrie, Oklahoma. He was a U. S. Navy and
U. S. Air Force World War II Veteran. He married Genevieve Jane
Marley in Purcell, Oklahoma. Robert retired from Civil Service at
T.A.F.B., Oklahoma. They moved to Noble, Oklahoma from Arizona
in 1996.
Mr. Goff was preceded in death by his parents; a brother,
Vinton Goff and a grandson, Jason Blankenship. He is survived by
his wife, of the home; four sons, Miles Mulloy and Ritner Goff both
of Watha, North Carolina, Ralph Goff and wife, Gloria of Saudi
Arabia and Ronnie Goff of Pierre, South Dakota; four daughters, Joan
Smedly of Edmond, Oklahoma; Mary Duzan and husband, Ronnie of
Guthrie, Oklahoma, Teresa Denney of Edmond, Oklahoma and
Kathleen Fugate and husband, Ronnie of Noble, Oklahoma; two
brothers, Ben Goff and Chuck Goff both of Guthrie, Oklahoma;
fifteen grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.

Michael Wood Tinling
Michael Wood Tinling, age 60, of Norman died Saturday,
December 28, 2002 in Norman. Mass Services of Memorial will be
held at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, December, 31, 2002 at St. Thomas More
University Parish with Reverend Bill H. Pruett as celebrant. Burial
will be held later in a private ceremony. Arrangements are under the
direction of Havenbrook Funeral Home of Norman.
Mr. Tinling was born December 25, 1942, in Williamsport,
Pennsylvania, to James Edwin Tinling and Mary Elizabeth Wood.
While his parents were stationed in England, he obtained the rank of
Eagle Scout. He graduated from Freemont Union High School in
1960, and graduated Chico State University with a degree in biology.
Michael then taught biology in Susanville, California. He was then
employed as a medical tech at Stanford University for a number of
years. He then settled in Norman in 1988, where he was active at the
Senior Citizen’s and enjoyed playing bridge there.
Mr. Tinling was preceded in death by his parents, and brother
Charles Edward Tinling. Survivors include two sisters, Judith
Elizabeth Girard and her husband, Marston of Citrus Heights,
California and Mary S. Bonner and her husband, Stephen of Norman;
three brothers, James Richard Tinling and his wife, Ginny of
Hillsboro, Oregon, Steven Paul Tinling and his wife, Gini of Davis,
California, and Walter William Tinling and his wife, Elizabeth of
Montgomery Village, Maryland; thirteen nieces and nephews, Jean
Elizabeth Conner, Catherine Pazdel, Michael James Bonner, Matthew
Ray Bonner, Andy Tinling, Molly Tinling, Alyssa Tinling, Emily
Tinling, Melissa Tinling, Heather Tinling and Colleen Tinling, Brian
Rinck and Tony Rinck: and eight great nieces and nephews, Ryan
Ward, Jason Ward, Ethan Pazdel, Cassandra Pazdel, Evan Pazdel,
Libby Rinck and Addison Rinck, and Asa Bonner.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Thomas More
University Parish, in Norman, Oklahoma.

Mary Elizabeth Tinling
Mary Elizabeth Tinling, 85, ofNorman died Saturday in Norman. A
Mass of Christian Memorial will begin at 10:00 a. m. Thursday at St.
Thomas More University Parish with Rev. Bill H. Pruett as celebrant.
Burial will be held later at Annapolis Cemetery, in Almapolis,
Maryland. Service are under the direction of Havenbrook Funeral
Home.
Mrs. Tinling was born April 1, 1917, in Williamsport,
Pennsylvania, to Charles Fredrick Wood and Georgie May Richard.
She graduated from Williamsport High School and attended Notre
Dame Business School in Washington D.C., where after graduation
she worked on the New Deal in the U.S. Agriculture Department.
While in Washington D.C. she dated and married James Edwin
Tinling (USNA '38) and followed him around the country and the
world as a Navy wife, living in San Diego, California,
Bremerton,Washington, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Bainbridge,
Maryland, Clearfield, Utah, Arlington, Virginia, Charleston, South
Carolina, London, England, Agana, Guam, and Sunnyvale, California
where she worked for NASA and then the Trammel Crow Company
as an administrative assistant. She then settled in Norman with her
daughter, Mary and her son-in-law Stephen W. Bonner after her
husband, Jim's death in 1984.
Mrs. Tinling was preceded in death by her parents, her
husband, and sisters, Evelyn and Esther, and her son, Charles Edward
Tinling. Survivors include six children, Michael Wood Tinling of
Norman, Judith Elizabeth Girard and her husband, Marston of Citrus
Heights, California, James Richard Tinling and his wife, Ginny of
Hillsboro, Oregon, Steven Paul Tinling and his wife, Gini of Davis,
California, Mary S. Bonner and her husband, Stephen of Norman, and
Walter William Tinling and his wife, Elizabeth of Montgomery
Village, Maryland; thirteen grandchildren, Jean Elizabeth Conner,
Catherine Pazdel, Michael James Bonner, Matthew Ray Bonner,
Andy Tinling, Molly Tinling, Alyssa Tinling, Emily Tinling, Melissa
Tinling, Heather Tinling, and Colleen Tinling, Brian Rinck and Tony
Rinck; and eight great grandchildren, Ryan Ward, Jason Ward, Ethan
Pazdel, Cassandra Pazdel, Evan Pazdel, Libby Rinck and Addison
Rinck, and Asa Bonner.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes
Association at P.O. Box 2680, North Canton, OH 74720.

Audrey Lauren Hatley
Audrey Lauren Hatley, 14, of Norman,
Oklahoma, died Thursday, December 12, 2002, in
Norman, Oklahoma. Funeral Services will be held
at 10:00 A.M., Monday, December 16, 2002 at
First Freewill Baptist Church in Norman,
Oklahoma, with Reverend Joe Grizzle officiating.
Interment will follow at the I.O.O.F. Cemetery in
Norman, Oklahoma. Services are under the
direction of Havenbrook Funeral Home of Norman, Oklahoma.
Audrey was born June 2, 1988 in Norman, Oklahoma to
Thomas Patrick and Pandy Hatley. Audrey was a very loving person
who cherished her family and friends. She was the first grandchild
for all the grandparents and was dearly loved. She had a wonderful
sense of humor and cared deeply for those she loved. Audrey went
to Cleveland Elementary, Whittier, and Norman High School North
and enjoyed playing softball in the summer and going to Kamp
Kanakuk. Audrey enjoyed taking friends to her grandparents home
at Lake Eufaula and had very special memories of her trips to
Disneyland and seeing the Grand Canyon and beaches of California
with her Dad.
Audrey was preceded in death by her great grandfather, Ed
Case and one cousin, Drew Crane. Survivors include her mother,
Pandy and stepfather, Jim Siscoe of Norman, OK; father, Tom Hatley
of Norman, OK; paternal grandparents, Pat and Mary Hatley of
Norman, OK; paternal great-grandmother, Arlene Perrin of Norman,
OK; maternal grandparents, L.B. and Stacy Haley of Purcell, OK;
maternal great-grandmother, Viola Case of Shawnee, OK; aunt,
LeAnn Crane of Norman, OK and cousin, Katie Crane of Norman,
OK.
The family has established the Audrey Hatley Scholarship
Camp WOW Fund at Banc First, 1201 West Main, and suggests a
donation in lieu of flowers.

Irene Catherine Hill
Irene Catherine Hill, 82, died Sunday, December 15.
Services will be held Friday, December 20 at 2:00 p.m. at
Trinity Lutheran Church in Albany, Texas, with the Rev. Art
Hill and the Rev. Donald Loeschen officiating. Burial will be
in the Albany Cemetery. Havenbrook Funeral Home is
handling arrangements.
Mrs. Hill was born July 12, 1920, in Albany, the daughter of
Arthur and Esther Handrick. She graduated from Albany
High School in 1938. Irene married Lonnie Leo Hill on
December 9, 1939. He preceded her in death in 1987. She
was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church of Albany.
Survivors include two daughters, Karen Hill and husband,
Jim, of Norman, Oklahoma, and Sharon Poole and husband,
Mike, of Balch Springs, Texas; two sons, Lonnie Hill, Jr. and
wife Fran of Odessa, Texas, Reverend Art Hill and wife, Kim,
of Tyler, Texas; 5 grandchildren and 1 great-grandson. She
was preceded in death by her sister, Mildred Morgan of
Abilene, and granddaughter, Theresa Hill-Witt of Odessa.

Delbert Raymond Kimrey
Delbert Raymond Kimrey, 88, of Norman, Oklahoma, died
Tuesday, December 10, 2002 in Midwest City, Oklahoma.
Graveside Services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Friday, December 13,
2002 at Norman I.O.O.F. Cemetery with full military honors .
Reverend David Spain, pastor of The First Christian Church will
officiate. Services are under the direction of Havenbrook Funeral
Home of Norman, Oklahoma.
Mr. Kimrey was born May 16, 1914 in Pawnee, Oklahoma, to
Louis Napolean and Nancy Collette Kimrey. He grew up in Pawnee,
Oklahoma and graduated from Pawnee High School. He graduated
from Central State University with a Degree in Marketing. He retired
from the U.S. Navy as a Commander after serving four years active
duty and twenty six years in the Reserve. Mr. Kimrey moved to
Norman in 1946, where he worked as the Director of Purchasing for
the University of Oklahoma until 1976, retiring as Director Emeritus.
He served as Deacon at The First Christian Church in Norman. He
was a past president of the Kiwanis and a member of the National
Association of Educational Buyers.
Mr. Kimrey was preceded in death by his parents and his wife,
Jill in 1976. Survivors include three sons, Larry Kimrey and wife,
Mike of Tulsa, OK, Lynn Kimrey of Louisville, KY and Lance
Kimrey and wife, Michelle of Rockwall, TX; one daughter, Lisa
Kimrey of Norman, OK; twelve grandchildren and four great
grandchildren.

Alyce Clifton Kinney
Alyce Clifton Kinney, 84, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, died
Sunday, December 8, 2002 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Memorial
Services will be held at 11:00 A.M., Thursday, December 12, 2002
at Central Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City, OK with Reverend
Janet Ruark officiating. Services are under the direction of
Havenbrook Funeral Home of Norman, Oklahoma.
Mrs. Kinney was born June 17, 1918 in Luling, Texas, to
Harvey Wade and Alyce Belle Clifton Whittington. She grew up in
Ardmore, Oklahoma and graduated from high school there. She
married Stanley Michael Kinney in 1940, he preceded her in death in
1992. They moved to Norman in 1950 from Tulsa, Oklahoma. She
was a member of the Central Presbyterian Church in Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Kinney was active in Meals on Wheels and also volunteered at
the church.
Mrs. Kinney was preceded in death by her parents, husband
and one sister, Marjorie Gatewood. Survivors include one daughter,
Barbara Aleman and husband, Edward of Oklahoma City, OK; one
sister, Francell Hohl of Benton, AR; and one grandchild, Kristin
Aleman of Oklahoma City, OK.
Memorial contributions may be made to the memorial fund at
Central Presbyterian Church, 5101 N. May, OKC, OK 73112.

Mary Dodd Wetmore
Mary Dodd Wetmore, 44, of Norman, Oklahoma, died
Tuesday, December 31, 2002 in Norman, Oklahoma. Memorial
Services will be held at 10:00 A.M.,Saturday, January 4, 2003 at
Havenbrook Funeral Home Chapel in Norman, Oklahoma with
Reverend Susan Beam officiating. Interment will be at 9:00 A.M.,
Saturday, January 4, 2003 at the I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Norman,
Oklahoma. Services are under the direction of Havenbrook Funeral
Home of Norman, Oklahoma.
Mrs. Wetmore. was born November 17, 1958 in Seminole,
Oklahoma, to Jimmie A. and Gloria Christine Williams Dodd. She
graduated from high school in Norman, Oklahoma. She attended the
Christian Church of Newcastle, Oklahoma. Mary enjoyed a number
of hobbies including crafts, cooking and antiques. Her main focus in
life was her children.
Mrs. Wetmore was preceded in death by her former husband,
Tim Wetmore; her father, Jimmie Dodd; a brother, Mark Dodd; and
grandparents, Coy and Mary Williams and Albert and Lou Dodd.
Survivors include her son, Jordan Wetmore; daughter, Molly
Wetmore, both of the home; her mother, Christine Steward and
stepfather, Odel Steward of Norman, OK; her sister, Judi Price of
Norman, OK; her brother, Jim Dodd of Wagner, OK; three aunts,
Nita Keys of Muskogee, OK; Johnie Haynes of Norman, OK; Betty
Lou Steely and husband, Neil of Noble, OK; special friends, Leroy
Peyton of Noble, OK, Pam and Jim Mangum of Blanchard, OK; and
numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.


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