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Todd Earl Casteel
© The Stilwell Democrat Journal
May 23, 2007
Submitted by: Martha Real

Todd Earl Casteel
September 13, 1959 - May 13, 2007
Todd Earl Casteel, the son of Earl Casteel and Gladys (Crittenden) Casteel was born September 13, 1959 in Buet, Montana and departed this life May 13, 2007 in Tulsa Oklahoma at the age of 47.
Todd worked in the communication industry as a manger for Verizon Business.
His parents, Earl and Gladys Casteel preceded him in death.
Todd is survived by his wife, Ramona Casteel of the home in Broken Arrow, OK; his son Andie Casteel, of Tulsa, OK; his daughter Sibrmie Casteel of Broken Arrow, OK; two brothers, Michael Casteel and Patrick Casteel both of Springdale, AR and one granddaughter, Laural Rose Casteel, of Tulsa OK.
Graveside services were held Thursday, May 17, 2007 at Reese Cemetery with Wallace Nunn officiating.
Burial was under the direction of Hart Funeral Home.

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