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Robert Joseph Barthelme
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Holy Trinity Cemetery
Okarche, Canadian County, Oklahoma

Mike Estes

Obit posted by Jo Aguirre
Sep 13, 1957 - Nov 15, 2020

 Kingfisher Times & Free Press

Robert Joseph Barthelme died Nov. 15, 2020, at Integris Southwest Medical Center in Oklahoma City.


A rosary and Mass of Christian Burial were held Monday, Nov. 23, at Holy Trinity Church in Okarche with Rev. Cory Stanley officiating.
 

Burial followed at Holy Trinity Cemetery under the direction of Huber-Benson Funeral Home.


Robert was born Sept. 13, 1957, at Okarche.

He was a machinist working in the oil industry.


Robert is survived by his mother, Mary Agnes (Hau) Barthelme of Okarche; two daughters, Courtnie Barthelme of Norman and Jamie Moseley of Choctaw; brothers and sisters-in-law, Don Barthelme of Oklahoma City, Larry Barthelme of Wallkill, N.Y., Dennis and Brenda Barthelme of Norman, and Gene and Danysel Barthelme of Frisco, Texas; and three grandchildren.


His father, George Lawrence Barthelme, preceded him in death.  


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