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Loyd Lee Whitmire
Mar 18, 1934 - Jan 12, 2016
Posted by Jo Aguirre


http://www.brownsfuneralserviceatokaok.com
 
Loyd Lee Whitmire, age 81, a lifelong Hopewell, Caney, OK area resident.
 
BORN: He was born on Thursday, March 18, 1934, to Mike and Lottie (Hood) Whitmire, at Kenefic, OK.
 
PASSED AWAY: Loyd passed away on Tuesday, January 12, 2016 at Caney, OK.
 
AGE: 81 years, 9 months and 25 days.
 
EDUCATION: He attended school at Hopewell.
 
OCCUPATION: Loyd was a welder many years for Peabody Galion and Hales Trailer Mfg, and retired after 15 years with Ok. Dept of Transportation.
 
MILITARY: Loyd proudly served his country in The Army during the Korean War.
 

MARRIED: He married Betty Sue (Richardson) on Wednesday, September 2nd, 1953 at Bonham, Texas.
 
CHURCH AFFILIATION, HOBBIES AND OTHER AFFILIATIONS: Loyd is a member of Freewill Baptist Church Congregation of Atoka. He loved his cattle and riding horses. Loyd was a very devoted family man, loved having all his kids, grandkids, and great grandkids around him.
 

SURVIVED BY

WIFE:                    Betty Sue Whitmire of the home in Caney, OK
SON:                      Jerry Whitmire and wife Starla of Caney, OK
GRANDCHILD:  Derrick Whitmire and wife Kristen of Caney, OK
GREAT GRANDCHILDREN:          Landon and Jude of Caney, OK
GRANDDAUGHTER:        J'Lyn Adair and husband Tyler of Caney, OK
GREAT GRANDDAUGHTER:         KaseLee Adair of Caney, OK
GRANDDAUGHTER:        Mindy Whitmire of McKinney, TX
DAUGHTER:       Janet McBride and husband Dennis of Caney, OK
GRANDSON:       Joey McBride and wife Melissa of Coleman, OK
GREAT GRANDCHILDREN:          Cade, Eric and Leah McBride of Coleman, OK
GRANDDAUGHTER:        Keta Robbins and husband Michael of Caddo, OK
GREAT GRANDSON:        Tylan Robbins of Caddo, OK
BROTHER:                          Slim Whitmire of Hopewell, OK
SISTERS:                              Annie Owens of Durant, OK
                                Ruby Wix of Durant, OK
                                Para Lee Gann of Texas
                                Cleo Golden and Carroll Ray of Krebs, OK
along with nieces, nephews, other relatives and many dear and loved friends.

PRECEDED IN DEATH BY

PARENTS:                            Mike and Lottie Whitmire
BROTHERS:                        Joe Whitmire and Cecil Whitmire
SISTER:                                Fannie Johnson
 

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DATE OF SERVICES: 10:00 AM Thursday, January 14th, 2016
PLACE OF SERVICES: Brown's Funeral Chapel, Atoka, Oklahoma
OFFICIATING: Rev Randy Tadlock
INTERMENT: Stewart Gammon Cemetery, Caney, Oklahoma
CASKETBEARERS: Jerry Whitmire, Derrick Whitmire, Dennis McBride, Joey McBride, Gary "Red" Lawson, Stacey Eastwood  
 

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