CHARLES ROBERT THOMAS OBITUARY Reprinted with Permission © Lehman Funeral Home
CHARLES ROBERT THOMAS
1974 - 2010
Charles Robert Thomas died November 9, 2010 in Cushing, Oklahoma at the age of 35.He was born December 18, 1974 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Kathryn J. Andrews Thomas.Charles worked in construction as a roofer as well as working in the oil field and home construction worker.He is survived by his mother, Kathryn J. Andrews and step-father Charles A. Balen, Jr. of Sapulpa, Oklahoma; daughter, Schyler Rachelle Thomas Keating of Perkins, Oklahoma; wife, Virginia of Cushing, Oklahoma; three sisters, Leslie J. Reeves of Bristow, Oklahoma; Amy K. Staggs of Bristow, Oklahoma; Stacy L. Pitzner of Harrison, Arkansas; five aunts, five uncles and numerous cousins, family and friends.A graveside funeral will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, November 13, 2010 at the Carney Cemetery, Carney, Oklahoma under the direction of Lehman Funeral Home, Wellston.
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