Funeral services for Mr. Sylvester "Vesty"
Scullawl, Sr., 73, native of Washington County, will be held at 2:00
p.m. on Thursday at the graveside in the Matoaka Cemetery. Mr.
Robert Hamm will be the officiant. Full military rites will be
accorded Mr. Scullawl by the James H. Teel American Legion Post
#105. Committal prayers and interment will be directed by the Arnold
Moore Funeral Service.
Mr. Scullawl will lie in state in the Drawing Rooms of the Arnold
Moore Funeral Residence where friends may call for their visitation
until he is removed for final rites on Thursday.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Gloria Dean (Ketchum) Scullawl, of
the home; two sons, Sylvester Scullawl, Jr. and his wife, Tammy,
Scott Darryl Scullawl, all of Ochelata; five daughters, Mrs. Rebecca
Sue Pecore, Shawnee, Oklahoma, Mrs. Rita Jean Buoy and her husband,
David, Meeker, Oklahoma, Mrs. Tonya Gay Solomon and her husband,
Dwight, Hugo, Colorado, Mrs. Merry Dawn Rodriquez and her husband,
Ray, Ochelata, Oklahoma and Mrs. Terry Shawn Thomason and her
husband, Darron, Ochelata; twenty-five grandchildren; twenty-three
great grandchildren; and by a sister, Mrs. Maxine Lea, Terre Haute,
In addition to his father and mother, he was preceded in
death by four sisters, Mary Martha Scullawl, Madelyn Scullawl, an
infant sister and Mrs. Geneva Leeson and by three brothers, Eldon,
Tony and Harding Scullawl.
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