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Bryan County, Oklahoma

Highland Park Cemetery
Durant, Oklahoma


Donald E. Haworth

March 26, 1934 ~ March 2, 2018

© Holmes-Coffey-Murray Funeral Home

Submitted by: TD


Don served his country proudly as a Federal Aviation Aircraft Mechanic earning many accommodations during a stellar military career that spanned 20 years and four months, he went on to serve in the 45th Infantry division in the Oklahoma National Guard. He excelled in academics, and sports in his youth. When Don returned to Oklahoma after his illustrious military career he went into the cattle business with his dad and brother-in-law, and eventually started Don’s Auto Repair that he operated in his “spare time” for 25 years. Don wore many hats during his lifetime, he went on to complete his education and eventually became a teacher of Vocational Education in Auto-Mechanics. Given Don’s talent for excellence he was able to design an auto mechanics program that was recognized by Oklahoma State University as a “top” new program in Oklahoma. He was extremely proud of his grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, sharing their pride when they obtained success in their endeavors.

Mr. Haworth is survived by his brother, Gary Haworth of Roberta, Oklahoma; cherished children, Julia Sissom and husband Allen of Roberta, Oklahoma, Sheila McDonald and husband Kelly of Bokchito, Oklahoma, Christi Sanders and husband Brian of Roberta, Oklahoma, and Scott Haworth of Durant, Oklahoma; beloved grandchildren, Wesley Stair of Bokchito, Oklahoma, Erin Thomas and husband Bryan of Bokchito, Oklahoma, Sheriden Franks and husband Phillip of Roberta, Oklahoma, Brett Sissom of Roberta, Oklahoma, Natalie Haworth of Durant, Oklahoma, Nathan Haworth of Durant, Oklahoma, Olivia Haworth of Durant, Oklahoma, Elijah Haworth of Durant, Oklahoma, and Carlie Sanders of Roberta, Oklahoma; cherished great-grandchildren, Braden Mueller, Alex and Sophie Stair, Kyler Rains, Jimanie, Zeke, and Kopelynn Thomas, Preston Franks, and Isaac Stacy.

Mr. Haworth was preceded in death by his parents, Troy and Lowell Haworth; wife, Janis Haworth; son, Steve Haworth; sister, Wanda Joy Shelton; grandchildren, Mark Estus, Jr., Kyle Stair and Kelly McDonald, Jr.

Family hour will be from 6-7:00 PM Tuesday March 6th at the Holmes-Coffey-Murray Funeral Home in Durant, Oklahoma. A church service will be at 2:00 PM Wednesday March 7th at the Roberta Baptist Church in Roberta, Oklahoma with Bro. Mike Goodwin officiating. Burial will follow at the Highland Cemetery in Durant, Oklahoma. The pallbearers will be Wesley Stair, Brett Sissoms, Bryan Thomas, Phillip Franks, Chris Haworth, Kelly Haworth, Garrett Haworth, and Kyler Raines. The honorary pallbearers will be Harold Haddock, Jim Bradley, David Maples, Jim Garza, Terry Almon, Chuck Isenberg, Jim Morris, Mike Morrison, and Jim Baker.

Services are under the direction of Holmes-Coffey-Murray Funeral Home in Durant, Oklahoma www.holmescoffeymurray.com /p>


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