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Submitted by: Martha Real

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Geneva Lois (Bennett)  & Lee William Killer

Bunch Cemetery


Geneva Lois (Bennett) Killer
© The Stilwell Democrat Journal
June 4, 2008
Submitted by: Martha Real
Geneva Lois (Bennett) Killer
November 30, 1928-May 28, 2008
Geneva Lois (Bennett) Killer was born November 30, 1928, in Springfield, Colorado to L.D. and Noble Bennett and went to be with her Lord and Savior May 28, 2008 at the age of 79 years, 5 months and 28 days.
Geneva met Lee Killer while he was working in Colorado and after a short courtship, they married on September 22, 1945 in Clayton, New Mexico and to this union were born two children, Jerry Lee Killer and Sandra Jean Killer.
She was preceded in death by her parents, L.D. and Noble Bennett, her daughter; Sandra Jean Killer Patrick, her two brothers; Jimmy Joe Bennett and Charles Bennett, one brother-in-law; Earl "Sonny" Hardbarger.
Geneva accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior in 1960 and her husband followed soon after. Together, they had a strong and fruitful ministry that saw many people give their heart to the Lord.
Geneva was a homemaker, helped Lee operate a number of stores, and was the faithful supporter of a strong ministry. Some of her hobbies included crocheting, knitting, needlepoint, puzzles and reading.
In her final years, Geneva attended the Guiding Light Church and the Lighthouse Church with her grandsons and their families.
Those that knew her, knew she was a very kind, gentle, and considerate person. She also looked for the good in every person and in every situation. She truly made her life count for Christ and was a great source of encouragement to her family. She was greatly loved and will be missed by many.
Geneva is survived by one son; Jerry Killer and wife Rondi of Park Hill, OK., daughter-in-law; Linda Killer of Stilwell, OK., one sister; Donna Montoya and husband Ernest of Del Norte, CO., brother-in-law; Charles Hardbarger and wife, Angela of Westville, OK., sister-in-law; Peggy Ogdon and husband Jerry of Vinita, OK., and Marie Hardbarger of Stilwell, OK., four grandsons; John Killer, Jarrod Killer, Clayton McMurtrey and Brian McMurtrey, eight great grandchildren, many nieces, nephews, friends and other relatives also survive her.
Services were held 10:00 a.m. Saturday May 31, 2008 at Hart Memorial Chapel with Ronnie Ford and Udell Denny officiating.
Interment followed at Bunch Cemetery under the direction of Hart Funeral Home.

Lee William Killer
© The Stilwell Democrat Journal
February 1, 2006
Submitted by: Martha Real
Lee William Killer
July 12, 1925 - January 25, 2006
Lee William Killer was born July 12, 1925 in Stilwell, Oklahoma to Dave Killer and Dollie Asbill and went to be with his Lord January 25, 2006, at the age of 80 years, 6 months and 13 days.
Lee was married to his lifelong love, Geneva Lois Bennett, on September 22, 1945 in Clayton, New Mexico and to this union were born two children, Jerry Lee Killer and Sandra Jean Killer.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Dollie Hardbarger; his dad, Dave Killer; his daughter, Sandra Jean Killer Patrick; and one brother, Earl “Sonny” Hardbarger.
Throughout his life, Lee worked as a migrant worker, ranch hand, and owned and operated a number of variety and furniture stores. Trading was not only a source of business, but was a pleasure as well. He thoroughly enjoyed meeting and visiting with people.
While working in Colorado, Lee met Geneva. They married and eventually made their home in Stilwell.
Lee accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior in 1960 and began preaching the following year. His ministry was both through music and preaching the Word. His first sermon was at the Stilwell Nursing Home. With Geneva’s faithful support, Lee pastured the Honey Hill Church, South Greasy Church and Victory Temple. Along with pasturing, Lee also evangelized and preached at many of local churches and throughout the area. When called upon to preach, Lee always had the simple message of Christ’s love. This message remained strong for the forty-four years of Lee’s ministry. In his final years, Lee attended Guiding Light Church and the Lighthouse in Stilwell along with his grandsons and their families.
Lee is survived by his loving wife, Geneva Killer , of the home in Stilwell; one son, Jerry Killer and wife, Rondi of Park Hill; one brother, Charles Hardbarger and wife, Angela, of Watts; one sister, Peggy Ogdon and husband Jerry of Vinita; daughter-in-law, Linda Killer of Stilwell; four grandsons, Jarrod Killer, John Killer, Clayton McMurtrey and Brian McMurtrey and eight great grandchildren. Many nieces, nephews, friends and other relatives also survive him.
Services were held 10:00 a.m. Friday, January 27, 2006 at Hart Memorial Chapel with Aaron Barton, Udell Denny and Ronnie Ford officiating. Internment followed at Bunch Cemetery under the direction of Hart Funeral Home.
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