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Wheeler "Bowie" Leevolany Carlile Jr.
Submitted by: Martha Reddout


WHEELER "BOWIE" LEEVOLANY CARLILE JR.
Wheeler “Bowie” Leevolany Carlile Jr., 81, of Leon, died Friday, July 2, 2010 at Oklahoma City. Services were held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, July 6 at Alexander Funeral Home, Wilson, with the Rev. Dale Tarp officiating. Interment followed at Simon Cemetery. (Alexander)
 
Bowie was born Jul 17, 1928, at Oswalt to the late Mr. Wheeler Leevolany Carlile, Sr. & Bonnie Ideller (Walker) Carlile.
 
Bowie was raised in Love County and attended school at Orr. He joined the United States Army his senior year. After his military service, he moved to Oklahoma City and was employed for the W.H. Stewart Company as a welder and welding inspector for 33 years. In 1992 he returned to Leon, where he loved to reside. He took pride in his garden and loved his coon dogs. He was also an avid sports fan and loved Love County.

Survivors include daughter Claudette Skirlock of Oklahoma City, son David Wendal Carlile of Oklahoma City, three sisters, Lawanda Garrison of Pilot Point, Texas and Pearl Hilton and Nancy Cothran and husband Gerald, both of Wichita Falls, Texas. One granddaughter, Wendy Dolan and two great-grandchildren, Raven Wendal Dolan and Lillith Leevolany Dolan. Numerous nieces and nephews and other family and friends
Source: Marietta Monitor, 9 Jul 2010, page 4 & Area Coordinator
 

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