Adam Dale Vann, son of Toolate Vann and Charlotte Corena Sawney, was born on September 10, 1961 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and departed this life on December 7, 2018 in Stilwell, Oklahoma at 57 years of age.
Adam worked in construction to help support his family. He always enjoyed spending time with friends, family and especially his grandchildren. Adam was an avid outdoorsman, who spent many days and hours fishing and walking through the woods. He liked to watch TV, mainly sports and his favorite team, the Sooners! Adam was very good at fixing cars and helping out when needed.
His father, Toolate Vann and stepfather, Rufus Grimmett preceded him in death.
He leaves behind a loving family that includes his mother: Charlotte Grimmett of Stilwell, brothers: Warren Vann of Coleman, Fla., Mack Vann and Kenneth Vann, sister: April Vann, daughters: Mandy Wolf and husband Jeffrey, Jamie Vann and Lacie Vann, all of Stilwell, LaRonda Eagle of Tahlequah, 19 grandchildren and many other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held at Roberts/Reed- Culver Chapel, Stilwell, with Bro. Steve Campbell officiating. Interment followed at Chulio Cemetery, Stilwell.
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