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Steven Anthony Skinner
06 Aug 1962 - 06 Oct 2005
© Davis Funeral Home
Reprinted with permission

Steven Anthony Skinner passed away Thursday evening, October 6, 2005 in Tulsa. Steven was born on August 6, 1962 in Fresno, CA but was raised in Clovis, CA.

He has been a resident of Cushing for the past eleven years.

Steven was preceded in death by grandparents on both sides, Eddie and Alma Skinner and Warren and Ruth Phillips and one older sister, Betty Ann.

Steven is survived by loving parents, Marvin and Collene Skinner; four brothers and one sister, Don and Tammy Skinner, Judy Alvarado, Wayne Skinner and Barbara Powell, Jimmy and Bobbie Skinner and Lee and Johna Skinner; nephews and nieces, Jonathon Skinner, Jacob Shadrick, Jeffrey Skinner, Darryl Skinner, Christopher Skinner, Alma Cook, Robert Cook, Fred Warren and Traci Skinner, Jerry Wayne Skinner, Pamela Collene Skinner, Jacquelyne Shawn Skinner, Jennifer Lee Skinner, Robbie Lee McNeal, Jimmy Dewayne Skinner and Jessie Boggs and Jeremy Griffin; great nephews and nieces, Jonathon Lyric Skinner, James Alexander Skinner, Patrick J. Shadrick, McKenzie Eve Cook, Jaden Christian Skinner, Micah Caleb Liebig, Adam Skinner, Issiah Logan Skinner, Abbilynn McNeal, Nathan Griffin and Jacob Griffin and other relatives and friends.

We will all miss and love him always. He will be forever in our hearts. Love you Steven!

Services will be held Tuesday, October 11, 2005 at 2:00 P.M. in the Davis Memorial Chapel with Brother Tony Black officiating.

Burial will follow in the Fairlawn Cemetery.

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